Verbs in the subordinate clause

irregular verbs in the past simple tense gap fill ig14

irregular verbs in the past simple tense gap fill ig14
... Grammar Skills The Funny Noise – Irregular Verbs in the Past Simple Tense (gap- fill) Answers: Dear Ethel I’m writing to tell you about something that happened yesterday I got up at the usual time ... Guess what? I found the llama hiding in my cupboard! I let him stay and he slept in my garden last night The snoring was so loud! This morning I took him back to the safari park They were really ... watched TV for a while Then I went into the kitchen where I heard a funny noise I thought it came from behind the cooker I got my tool box and moved the cooker out of the way The noise got louder...
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24714 modal verbs in the past

24714 modal verbs in the past
... caught the bus instead of cycling He wouldn’t have crashed if he’d cycled more carefully They shouldn’t have driven in the snow They could have driven more carefully If they’d known they were going ... your mind Can't change your mind Answers Use past modals to speculate about the possible reasons: He may have been on holiday He must have been sunbathing He might have been sitting in the garden ... Listen to the song by Beverley Knight Which past modal verbs can you hear? What mistake did she make? Complete the sentences with the past modal verbs: ……………………………………………… spent...
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14239 irregular verbs in the past simple form

14239 irregular verbs in the past simple form
... INFINITIV written form pronunciatio n RING /ring/ RUN /ran/ SAY /sei/ SEE /si:/ SELL /sel/ SEND /send/ SET /set/ SING /sing/ SINK /sink/ SIT /sit/ SMELL /smel/ SPEAK ... TAKE TEACH TEAR TELL THINK THROW UNDERSTAND WAKE UP WEAR WIN WRITE /sti:l/ /stik/ /swi:p/ /swim/ /teik/ /ti:č/ /ter/ /tel/ /think/ /throu/ /andrstend/ /weik ap/ /wer/ /win/ /wrait/ STOLE STUCK ... /sink/ SIT /sit/ SMELL /smel/ SPEAK /spi:k/ SPELL /spel/ SPEND /spend/ STAND /stend/ PAST SIMPLE written form pronunciation RANG RAN SAID SAW SOLD SENT SET SANG SANK SAT SMELT SPOKE SPELT SPENT...
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two-word phrasal verbs with the particle in that require into when used with an object

two-word phrasal verbs with the particle in that require into when used with an object
... go in The National Guard was ordered to go in and stop the riot The marine shouted, "We're going in! " as he jumped from the landing craft let in let in & lets in letting in let in let in let inlinto ... in & goes in go in -ing form going in went in gone in go inlinto p.v When you go in or go into a place, building, room, and so on, you enter it It's getting too dark to play tennis Let's go in ... don't want to wear those shoes to the dance They're not broken in yet check in check in & checks in checking in checked in checked in check inlinto p.v When you arrive at a hotel and arrange for...
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A study of the linguistic features of suggestion verbs in english and their vietnamese equivalents

A study of the linguistic features of suggestion verbs in english and their vietnamese equivalents
... 100% THEIR VIETNAMESE EQUIVALENTS 4.2.1 DEMAND, ORDER & REQUIRE and Their Vietnamese Equivalents Table 4.38 A Summary of the Meaning Nuances of DEMAND and Their Vietnamese Equivalents Verb English ... features and making a contrastive analysis to find out the similarities and differences between the syntactic features of ESVs and VSVs - Analyzing data of ESVs and VSVs in terms of the semantic features ... speaker’s authority over the addressee 4.2.2 ASK & REQUEST and Their Vietnamese Equivalents Table 4.42 A Summary of the Meaning Nuances of ASK and Their Vietnamese Equivalents Verb English Meaning...
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The primary verbs in english and the errors make by students

The primary verbs in english and the errors make by students
... participles or infinitive to form ordinary verbs, they are not added to the meaning of the main verbs But when they stand alone, they are the meaningful verbs The auxiliary verbs affect the form of the ... playing in the garden again 30 The difference between infinitive and ing form is that infinitive form is used for things that happen(ed) and the other one is for things that are/were happening ... II: the primary auxiliary verbs in ENGLISH 2.1 Definition: The primary auxiliary verbs or the principal auxiliaries are verbs that take the first importance of the auxiliaries, they are combined...
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Tài liệu Báo cáo khoa học: "HOW DO WE COUNT? THE PROBLEM OF TAGGING PHRASAL VERBS IN PARTS" docx

Tài liệu Báo cáo khoa học:
... tagging problem described here and force a redefinition of the boundaries of phrasal verbs For now we can redefine the word boundaries for the problematic cases that PARTS doesn't handle well Future ... reduces the errors in other constructions involving phrasal verbs When is this alternative needed? In the cases where PARTS had 10% or more errors, most of the verbs occur lnuch more often as ... PHRASAL VERB date-from flesh-out bottle-up hand-over narrow-down close-down The first step in testing this hypothesis was to evaluate the current performance of PARTS in handling the phrasal...
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Báo cáo khoa học: "A CONSIDERATION ON THE CONCEPTS STRUCTURE AND LANGUAGE IN RELATION TO SELECTIONS OF TRANSLATION EQUIVALENTS OF VERBS IN MACHINE TRANSLATION SYSTEMS" doc

Báo cáo khoa học:
... case relations to enable the appropriate selections of translation equivalents of verbs in MT systems Additional information that should be associated to this data structure for the selections of ... case relation to each translation equivalent verb thus obtained by consulting word usage dictionary Then check all the nouns belonging to nearby categories in the given concepts structure and find ... of the association, consults ordinary dictionary of translation equivalents and word usage of verbs and obtain the set of all the translation euqivalents for the verb (3) Then find nouns (categories)...
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Báo cáo khoa học: "Determining the placement of German verbs in English–to–German SMT" ppt

Báo cáo khoa học:
... simply invert the reordering rules which are applied on German as a source language in order to reorder the English input While the reordering of German implies movement of the German verbs into ... this kind of reordering There are also 4.4.3 Flexible position of German verbs We stated that the English verbs are never moved outside the subclause they were originally in In German there are, ... transform the original trees in such a way that the English verbs are moved to the positions which correspond to the placement of verbs in German 4.1 Labeling clauses with their type As shown in section...
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