22254 adverbs easily confused

Bài 11 - Easily Confused Word Pairs pptx

Bài 11 - Easily Confused Word Pairs pptx
... about buying I don't know which (ngụ ý chọn lựa) witch (phù thủy) I should consult about my future Bài tập thực hành: Chọn phương án câu Đáp án đưa cuối 12 (Which, Witch) (which, witch) scares you ... break) in the concrete road Have you (scene, seen) that pathetic (scene, 15 seen) in the movie? The confused (which, witch) couldn't decide 16 (which, witch) broomstick to use on Halloween 17 The ... chia phần Ví dụ I thought it was all right that we allotted tickets to a lot of our best customers Bài tập thực hành: Chọn phương án câu Đáp án đưa cuối 21 I (where, wear, were) my (everyday, every...
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Bài 11 - Easily Confused Word Pairs (Những cặp từ dễ gây nhầm lẫn)-phần1 pptx

Bài 11 - Easily Confused Word Pairs (Những cặp từ dễ gây nhầm lẫn)-phần1 pptx
... lại loạt từ dễ gây nhầm lẫn hướng dẫn bạn trường hợp dùng chúng Những từ đề cập từ phổ biến hay bị dùng sai Chúng chia làm ba phần riêng biệt phần có tập thực hành cuối Những ba dễ bị nhầm lẫn ... the seams 11 (Where, wear, were) did you buy those earrings? Những từ dễ bị bỏ qua Brake/Break • Brake động từ có nghĩa hãm lại, dừng lại Khi danh từ có nghĩa hãm, phanh • Break động từ có nghĩa ... Sight/Site/Cite • Sight danh từ có nghĩa nhìn, thị lực Với vai trò động từ có nghĩa nhìn • Site danh từ có nghĩa vị trí, chỗ • Cite động từ có nghĩa trích dẫn Ví dụ At ninety-five my grandmother's...
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Mcgraw Hill English Grammar For The Utterly Confused

Mcgraw Hill English Grammar For The Utterly Confused
... to the dinner party? Answer: She is the subject, the person doing the action Therefore, the sentence should read: “Whom did she finally invite to the dinner party?” ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR THE UTTERLY ... a few not ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR THE UTTERLY CONFUSED 10 Quick Tip The word antecedent comes from a Latin word meaning “to go before.” However, the noun does not have to appear before the pronoun ... parts of speech v v v Copyright 2003 by The McGraw- Hill Companies, Inc Click Here for Terms of Use ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR THE UTTERLY CONFUSED Get Started English is a very flexible language A word’s...
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Adjectives & adverbs

Adjectives & adverbs
... good number of - Many= a great deal of/ a large quatity of Tính từ có đuôi -ing & ed (Participles functioning as adjectives) Jane does the same work every day and she is fed up with her work -...
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Adverbs Of Degree

Adverbs Of Degree
... extremely Much 10 richly III Adverbs of frequency at the beginning of a sentence la) I often bring work home from the office b Often, I bring work home from the office 2a) John normally leaves ... people most often lose/lose most often But sometimes there are itemslthere are sometimes 10 Can you ever imagine (or and not ever claiming it ?) 11 Prams and pushchairs are often lost.lOften, ... with a superlative - We offer the best value by far So/such, quite and too We can use most adverbs of degree with an attributive adjective - that very tall girl - my fairly low score - a rather...
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Adverbs Of Frequency

Adverbs Of Frequency
... times NOTE Compare often and several times - We've often been skiing (= many times over a long period) - We've been skiing several times (= perhaps four or five times) The adverbs daily (= every ... weekly etc go in end position - Are you paid weekly or monthly? INVERSION OF THE VERB AFTER CERTAIN ADVERBS Certain adverbs and adverb phrases, mostly with a restrictive or negative sense, can ... sentence or clause and are then followed by the inverted (i.e interrogative) form of the verb The most important of these are shown below The numbers indicate paragraphs where an example will be...
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AV 9 TCHON HKII PERIOD 2 REVIEW ON ADJECTIVES AND ADVERBS

AV 9  TCHON HKII PERIOD 2 REVIEW ON  ADJECTIVES AND ADVERBS
... phone book Is there one near here? 10 Listen! Can you hear those people next door? They (shout) at each other again II/ Choose the correct one I always feel ………………………… before examinations ... because it was raining ………………………… ( heavy / heavily) My sister plays the piano ……………………………… ( good/ well) III Complete the sentences, using adjectives or adverbs: He runs _ (fast) He answered ... He behaved towards his children ( strict) IV- Choose the best answer: 1.What should you to (keep - protect - prevent - reduce) the environment? 2. (Forest - Forestry - Deforestation - Forests)...
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English grammar for the utterly confused (utterly confused series)

English grammar for the utterly confused (utterly confused series)
... to the dinner party? Answer: She is the subject, the person doing the action Therefore, the sentence should read: “Whom did she finally invite to the dinner party?” ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR THE UTTERLY ... information about this book, its author, or related books and websites, please click here English Grammar for the Utterly Confused This page intentionally left blank English Grammar for the Utterly ... a few not ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR THE UTTERLY CONFUSED 10 Quick Tip The word antecedent comes from a Latin word meaning “to go before.” However, the noun does not have to appear before the pronoun...
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adjectives or adverbs

adjectives or adverbs
... appointed recently Professor of Nursing I was totally unprepared for the news It was now time for me to make my speech He had been to London never before Susan became soon bored with the new toys ... function example adverb connecting adverbs e.g as a result, similarly There are three main positions for adverbs which modify a verb: ***front position = before the subject • Finally he could ... sentences Put the words and phrases in brackets in the most likely order for written English I last saw my keys on Monday (On Monday / my keys) She sailed ………………………………… (around the world / in ten...
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