The entries in Paul Brians' "Common Errors in English Usage" are organized alphabetically and provide hours of amusement for anyone who loves language. This book brought back memories of childhood, in those moments where the use of "borrowed" and "lend" were taught at school. Then there is the every present annoyance of "its/it's." Who has not made a mistake while spelling lightening and
The concept of language errors is a fuzzy one. I'll leave to linguists the technical definitions
Here is a list of the most common idioms that you could expect to encounter.
1. ace: make an "A" on a test, homework assignment, project, etc.
"Somebody said you aced the test, Dave. That's great!"
2. all right (1): expression of reluctant agreement.
A: "Come to the party with me. Please!"
B: "Oh, all right. I don't want to, but I will."
3. all right (2): fair; not particularly good.
A: "How's your chemistry class?"
B: "It's all right, I guess, but it's not the best class I've ever had."
Hệ thống pháp luật Anh là một hệ thống pháp luật lớn trên thế giới.
Được xuất phát từ một quốc ra riêng lẻ đó là nước Anh. Trong đó common
law( Luật án lệ) và Equity đóng một vai trò quan trọng trong việc hình thành và
phát triển của hệ thống pháp luật này
Commonly-Used Idioms, Sayings and phrasal verbs - "S" Idioms. What is the meaning of idioms? Words that come together and change the whole meaning of the statement like "it rains cats and dogs", did you ever seen cats and dogs falling off from the sky?! Of course not, but it simply mean "it is raining too hard".