Cách dùng made from

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  • Thưc̣ ra nguyên tắc duǹ g made of va ̀ made from kha ́ đơn gian̉ . Chuń g ta haỹ xem cać vi ́ du ̣ sau với made of: This shirt is made of cotton. This house is made of bricks. The keyboard I use on my computer is made of plastic. Va ̀ chuń g ta cuñ g co ́ cać vi ́ du ̣ khać với made from:

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  • Bánh Ga Tô được làm bằng " made of" hay được làm bằng "made from"? Rất nhiều người băn khoăn khi nào thì dùng "made of" khi nào thì dùng "made from", và việc nhầm lẫn thì thường xuyên xảy ra.Vậy bài này chúng tôi sẽ giải quyết những thắc mắc xung quanh cách dùng hai từ này cho các bạn. Thực ra nguyên tắc dùng made of và made from khá đơn giản.

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  • Cách dùng "Made of" và "Made from" .Bánh Ga Tô được làm bằng " made of" hay được làm bằng "made from"? Rất nhiều người băn khoăn khi nào thì dùng "made of" khi nào thì dùng "made from", và việc nhầm lẫn thì thường xuyên xảy ra.Vậy bài này chúng tôi sẽ giải quyết những thắc mắc xung quanh cách dùng hai từ này cho các bạn.

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  • compose / comprise If you follow the traditional rule, you say that the whole comprises the parts and that the parts compose the whole. Thus you would say The Union comprises fifty states and Fifty states compose (or constitute or make up) the Union. While writers often maintain this distinction, comprise is increasingly used in place of compose, especially in the passive: The Union is comprised of fifty states. Don’t be surprised if this usage still elicits comments, however contact The verb contact is a classic example of a verb that was made from a noun and of a new usage that was...

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  • Eric Partridge made a deep and enduring contribution to the study and understanding of slang. In the eight editions of The Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English published between 1937 and 1984, Partridge recorded and defined the slang and unconventional English of Great Britain, and to a lesser extent her dominions, from the 1600s to the 1970s.

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  • make up one`s mind - decide something I haven`t made up my mind about whether or not I will accept the new job. make up (something) - make something by putting things or parts together We made up the new machine by using parts from old machines. A car is made up of many different parts. make up (something/a story/an excuse) - invent a story, think and say something that is not true She made up the story about how she got lost in the mountains. make up (something/money/time) - do or supply something that is lacking, regain/repay something I had to make up the time that...

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  • pick a quarrel with (someone) - to start a quarrel with someone (usually on purpose) I do not like that woman because she likes to pick a quarrel with others. pick and choose - to choose very carefully from a number of possibilities The company made an effort to pick and choose the best people for the new project. pick at (someone) - to be very critical of someone The woman is always picking at her husband for very small things. pick at (something) - to eat only little bits of something The boy was sick and would only pick at his food. pick holes in (something) - to...

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  • shoot out (something) - to stick or throw something outward The man shot out his foot from under the table and made his friend fall down. shoot straight - to act fairly, to deal honestly with someone The salesman always shoots straight when he is dealing with his customers. shoot the breeze/bull - to talk idly I met my friend at the supermarket and we decided to shoot the breeze for a few minutes. shoot the works - to spare no expense or effort to do something They are planning to shoot the works with the victory celebration for the Olympic athletes. shoot up - to grow quickly The...

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  • to the nth degree - to the greatest degree possible, extremely We made an effort to the nth degree but we were unable to successfully complete the project. to the tune of (an amount of money) - to the amount or extent of an amount of money The damage that he did to his car was to the tune of about $2000. to the wall - into a place from which there is no escape The credit agency pushed the man to the wall and he finally had to declare bankruptcy. to whom it may concern - to the person to whom something applies I do not...

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