Compound and complex sentences

30029 worksheet about simple compound and complex sentences

30029 worksheet about simple compound and complex sentences
... to the meeting if it’s really necessary 9- You should wash your hands before you eat (eat) You before washing your hands 10-When I leave university, I’ll go abroad immediately (soon) ... Wouldn’t have chosen c Wouldn’t choose 8 CONDITIONAL (1 PT EACH-8PTS) Match the sentences halves to make correct conditional sentences 1- If we hadn’t missed the plane, a I’d take a six-month holiday ... Unless you pay for it, g We would have seen the band 8- If we hadn’t managed to get the tickets, h I won’t go to the concert with you Complete the sentences with the correct words (1PT EACH-10PTS)...
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Báo cáo khoa học: "Using Focus to Generate Complex and Simple Sentences" pot

Báo cáo khoa học:
... proposition focuses on Focl and mentions an unfocused argument Goall, and if the second proposition specifies Goall as its focus, but in the third proposition the focus returns to Focl, then the first and ... proved too timeconsuming (McKeown, 1982) and efforts have been made to alter the algorithm to improve efficiency (Appelt, 1983) Efficiency continues to be a problem and a functional grammar generator ... = book focus = Mary 3.2 Focus and Complex Sentences proposition 6: predicate - play protagonist = Mary goal = cassette focus = Mary John bought a book and a cassette Mary read the book and played...
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THE PASSIVE AND ACTIVE SENTENCES.doc

THE PASSIVE AND ACTIVE SENTENCES.doc
... the police find the lost man?  18 Who looked after the children for you?  19 How long have they waited for the doctor?  20 What time can the boys hand in their ... Jack London’s life and writings represent the American love of adventure  31 They say that John is the brightest student in class  32 They reported that the President had ... Has Tom finished the work?  Are the police making inquires about the thief?  Must we finish the test before ten?  10 Will buses bring the children home?...
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PASSIVE VOICE AND WISH SENTENCES

PASSIVE VOICE AND WISH SENTENCES
... WISH SENTENCES Regrets I wish I _ drunk and kissed Samantha (get NEGATIVE) I wish it _ so much The garden's turned to mud ... more time for my hobbies (have) I wish it _ more often in Valencia (rain) I wish I _ to go to your nephew's wedding (have NEGATIVE) Complaints I wish you _ so much You're ... I wish Samantha _ her hair more often It looks so greasy all the time (wash) Mixed 10 I wish you _ so horrible to your brother He's a really nice bloke (be NEGATIVE) 11 I wish...
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the passive and active sentences

the passive and active sentences
... did the police find the lost man?  18 Who looked after the children for you?  19 How long have they waited for the doctor?  20 What time can the boys hand in their ... poor boys  24 They have given the women in most countries in the world the right to vote  25 They paid me a lot of money to the job  4/ Sentences with verbs of ... don’t make the children work hard  51 They made him work all day  52 The detective saw the woman putting the jewelry in her bag  53 The terrorists made the hostages...
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Ngữ pháp Câu Điều Kiện Conditionals AND IF sentences

Ngữ pháp Câu Điều Kiện Conditionals AND IF sentences
... càng: more and more long adj/adv less and less Eg: My lessons get more and more difficult less and less The storm became more and more violent The story gets more and more interesting Life is becoming ... Dùng câu ớc thực tại: I wish = If only Eg2: Now she is bad at English She wishes she were good at English = If only she were good at English thể giả định khứ * Trong câu điều kiện thực Eg3: - If ... the seaside then * Dùng câu điều kiện thực khứ: Eg8: If I had had time last summer, I should have taken a long vacation * Trong câu As if/ As though: Eg9: He looked as if he had seen ghosts LECTURER:...
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Interrogative and negative sentences

Interrogative and negative sentences
... 26 Interrogative and negative sentences iv In the absence of an interrogative word, the verb may come first, although in speech the ... San Francisco a v Paired activity (a and b) (a) Objective – To practice use of the negative in sentences Method – A makes a statement and B puts it in the negative Examples A: B: A: B: A: B: Voy ... know him, not even by sight I gave it to him and he didn’t even thank me The child doesn’t even know how to add up 26 Interrogative and negative sentences 2.4 Order with no With the exception...
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Darwinism, Design, and Complex Systems Dynamics

Darwinism, Design, and Complex Systems Dynamics
... between components and processes in P1: KAF/KAA P2: KaF 0521829496c09.xml CY335B/Dembski 521 82949 March 10, 2004 Darwinism, Design, and Complex Systems Dynamics 1:5 181 such systems through which ... 10, 2004 Darwinism, Design, and Complex Systems Dynamics 1:5 183 sources for such molecules and their spontaneous self-organization into membranous vesicles have been demonstrated (Deamer and Pashley ... 0521829496c09.xml CY335B/Dembski 521 82949 March 10, 2004 Darwinism, Design, and Complex Systems Dynamics 1:5 189 Prigogine, I 1980 From Being to Becoming: Time and Complexity in the Physical Sciences San Francisco:...
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Báo cáo khoa học: "A Uniform Treatment of Pragmatic Inferences in Simple and Complex Utterances and Sequences of Utterances" pot

Báo cáo khoa học:
... computes uniformly pragmatic inferences that are associated with simple and complex utterances and sequences of utterances, and allows cancellations of pragmatic inferences to occur at any time in ... computational approach that offers a unified explanation for the cancellability of pragmatic inferences in general, and of no approach that handles cancellations that occur in sequences of utterances It is ... they are cancelled or not for all possible configurations: simple and complex utterances and sequences of utterances 3.1 Simple pragmatic inferences 3.1.1 L e x i c a l p r a g m a t i c i n f e...
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Báo cáo khoa học: "Bridging Morpho-Syntactic Gap between Source and Target Sentences for English-Korean Statistical Machine Translation" pot

Báo cáo khoa học:
... preprocessing method for both training and decoding in EnglishKorean SMT In particular, we transform a source language sentence by inserting pseudo words and syntactically reordering it to form a target sentence ... sentence length ratio between source sentences and target sentences The largest gain (+2.39) is achieved when the combined pseudo word insertion (PWI) and word reordering is performed There could be ... Dyer, Ondˇej Bojar, Alexandra r Constantin, and Evan Herbst 2007 Moses: Open Source Toolkit for Statistical Machine Translation In Proc of ACL Demonstration session Do-Gil Lee and Hae-Chang Rim 2004...
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Báo cáo khoa học: "Logical Form of Complex Sentences in Task-Oriented Dialogues*" docx

Báo cáo khoa học:
... link is one of the goals of this research Davidson's treatment of action sentences does not provide a fully satisfying starting point Although his initial paper does not include any example of ... representation of time Proceedings of IJCAI, 1985 Time Still another feature that has been overlooked in the study of logical form is time Although a number of papers include time in their logical forms, ... language of thought for reasoning about actions, 1983 working paper [6] M Dalrymple The interpretation of tense and aspect in English Proceedings of the ACL, 1988 [7] D Davidson The logical form of...
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Báo cáo Y học: Modelling of simple and complex calcium oscillations From single-cell responses to intercellular signalling pdf

Báo cáo Y học: Modelling of simple and complex calcium oscillations From single-cell responses to intercellular signalling pdf
... net rate of binding of Ca2+ to the j-th class of Ca2+ buffer (e.g protein); vd, degradation of IP3 (performed mainly by hydrolysis to inositol1,4-bisphosphate or phosphorylation to inositol-1,3,4,5-tetrakisphosphate); ... is the ryanodine receptor (RyR), whose physiological activator appears to be cyclic ADP ribose [44] Opening of the IP3R, in the presence of IP3, and of the RyR is also stimulated by calcium binding ... effect of Ca2+ on IP3 turnover or the sequestration of Ca2+ by mitochondria play a modulatory role and may be cell-type specific Accordingly, if not only the occurrence of spikeshaped oscillations...
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real hypersurfaces and complex analysis

real hypersurfaces and complex analysis
... Given two real hypersurfaces M1 and M2 in C2 and points p ∈ M1 and q ∈ M2 , when there exist open sets U and V in C2 , with p ∈ U and q ∈ V and a biholomorphism Φ : U → V such that Φ(p) = q and Φ(M1 ... converse is true when M and f are real analytic (but not in general) and can be proved by complexifying M and f Theorem Let M be a real analytic hypersurface in Cn and let f be a real analytic CR function ... pseudo-conforme des hypersurfaces de l’espace de deux variables complexes, I and II, Oeuvres Complétes, Part II, 1232–1305 and Part III 1218–1238 [7] S S Chern, and J Moser, Real hypersurfaces in complex...
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