noun adjective or verb

Bài tập V ing or verb

Bài tập V ing or verb
... _ him a to be helping b help c to help d I help 20 I want _ early tomorrow morning a to leave b leaving c me leave d me leaving 21 I hope _ a to see you there b seeing you there c you to ... _ up hope a not give b not give c not to give d to give not 30 Michael Faraday wrote a litter to Sir Humphry Davy _ for work a asked b to ask c so to ask d in order to asking 31 Do you know ... let to go c leave him to go d leave him 35 The guide encouraged the tourists _ the Prado Museum Madrid a visit b to visit c visiting d to visiting 36 Mow that were finished painting the house,...
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NOUN MADE FROM VERB

NOUN MADE FROM VERB
... _of the king’s statue from the main square -age Make nouns from the following verbs by adding -age to the end and making any other necessary changes in spelling Then put each noun in its correct ... the firm about their bad product, but they’ve made No _ (respond) 10 -sion Make nouns, all ending in -sion, from the following verbs Put each noun in its correct place in the sentences below ... countries 14 -tion Make nouns ending in -tion from the following verbs, making any necessary spelling changes Then put each noun in its correct place in the sentences below revolt pronounce repeat produce...
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Báo cáo khoa học: "Interpreting Semantic Relations in Noun Compounds via Verb Semantics" pdf

Báo cáo khoa học:
... Expressions: Integrating Processing, pages 24–31, Barcelona, Spain Barbara Rosario and Hearst Marti 2001 Classifying the semantic relations in noun compounds via a domain-specific lexical hierarchy In Proceedings ... for training and testing The combined total number of sentential contexts for our 453 NCs was 7,714, containing 1,165 distinct main verbs We next randomly split the NC data into 80% training data ... decomposing them into binary NCs Another simplifying assumption we make is to remove NCs incorporating proper nouns since: (a) the lexical resources we employ in this research not contain them in...
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Adjective or adverb exercise (1)

Adjective or adverb exercise (1)
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Adjective or adverb exercise

Adjective or adverb exercise
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Adjective or adverb grammar exercise

Adjective or adverb grammar exercise
... adverb of time.) All criminals must be justly punished for their crimes He is never late for work 10 I haven’t been to the theatre much lately (Lately means recently.) Be first to know when grammar ... know when grammar rules change! Sign up to our newsletter here: englishgrammar.org (It's free) Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org) ...
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Adjective or present participle

Adjective or present participle
... Rolling is an adjective Interesting is an adjective Smoking is a present participle Smoking is an adjective Maddening is an adjective Waiting is a present participle Enchanting is an adjective Barking ... Barking is an adjective Distressing is an adjective 10 Interesting is an adjective Notes When an –ing form is used to make continuous tenses, it acts like a present participle When an –ing form is used ... Distressing is an adjective b) Distressing is a present participle 10 Interesting though it was, I didn’t like the film a) Interesting is an adjective b) Interesting is a present participle Answers...
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Adjective or adverbs

Adjective or adverbs
... American.) sorry ABOUT something (I'm sorry about the noise last night.) sorry FOR doing something (I'm sorry for shouting at you yesterday.) be / feel sorry FOR someone (I feel sorry for George.) ... someone (I feel sorry for George.) famous FOR something (Florence is famous for its art treasures.) responsible (17) FOR something (Who was responsible for this noise last night?) interested IN ... for She was known for causing problems opposed to They are opposed to building a new road in the park proud of He was proud of having completed the marathon remembered for She is remembered for...
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