PRONOUNS- ĐẠI TỪ TRONG TIẾNG ANH

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PRONOUNS Words that take the place of nouns or noun phrases are pronouns SUBJECT PRONOUNS I, you, she, etc OBJECT PRONOUNS me, you, her, etc POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES my, your, her, etc POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS mine, yours, hers, etc REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS myself, yourself, herself, etc STRATEGIES FOR PRONOUN ITEMS ASK YOURSELF THESE QUESTIONS: Does the pronoun replace the noun? Do not use a pronoun if it repeats the meaning of the noun INCORRECT [The proposal it should be finalized soon.] CORRECT The proposal should be finalized soon Does the pronoun agree with the noun it replaces in number (singular or plural), gender (he, she, it), and grammatical function (subject, object, possessive, or reflexive)? INCORRECT [It was my error, so I will correct them.] CORRECT It was my error, so I will correct it Because of him (A) request and his (B) bothering me (C) all the time, I’m finishing the project myself (D) To bother sb (about / with sth) to annoy, worry or upset sb; to cause sb trouble or pain: The thing that bothers me is … The staff has invited you (A) and I (B) to their (C) monthly meeting in the room next to my (D) office After you (A) read her (B) recommendations and his (C) comments, could you respond to it (D)? Recommendation (to sb) (for / on / about sth) An official suggestion about the best thing to do: Ex: to accept / reject a recommendation Comment (about / on sth) Something that you say or write which gives an opinion on or explains sb/sth: Ex: Have you any comment to make about the cause of the disaster? She made helpful comments on my work Because of the weather and its (A) complications, their (B) flight was delayed and she (C) was unable to meet they (D) at the airport Complication (n) a thing that makes a situation more complicated or difficult: The bad weather added a further complication to our journey To delay to not sth until a later time or to make sth happen at a later time He (A) reserves his (B) company headquarter for hisself (C), the top excutives, and their (D) secretaries To reserve sth (for sb/sth) to ask for a seat, table, room, etc to be available for you or sb else at a future time  SYN  To book: I’d like to reserve a table for three for eight o’clock Their (A) news about the success of your (B) business it (C) was wonderful for me (D) to hear That friend of mine (A) is so efficient that she (B) always amazes myself (C) with her (D) speed To amaze (v) to surprise sb very much: Just the size of the place amazed her Since it (A) isn’t clear whether he (B) will get (A) raise in spite of him (C) threat to leave the company, he’s (D) been very dejected Threat (to sth) (n) A statement in which you tell sb that you will punish or harm them, especially if they not what you want: to make threats against sb Dejected (adj.) unhappy and disappointed  SYN  despondent: She looked so dejected when she lost the game 10 Be proud of you (A) if you (B) know you’ve (C) done a good job even if you’re (D) not complimented often To be proud (of sb/sth) | To be proud (to sth) | To be proud (that … ) feeling pleased and satisfied about sth that you own or have done, or are connected with: Your achievements are something to be proud of I feel very proud to be a part of the team To compliment sb (on sth) to tell sb that you like or admire sth they have done, their appearance, etc.: She complimented him on his excellent German THANK YOU! ... phrases are pronouns SUBJECT PRONOUNS I, you, she, etc OBJECT PRONOUNS me, you, her, etc POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES my, your, her, etc POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS mine, yours, hers, etc REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS myself,
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