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  • Professional English in Use Finance is suitable for intermediate students and above. It includes 50 units covering all aspects of financial vocabulary from Accounting to Borrowing and Lending, Central Banking to Venture Capital and many more areas including financial idioms and metaphors. Primarily designed as a self-study reference and practice book, it can also be used for classroom work and one-to-one lessons. This book is a must for both trainers and learners of ESP and Business English who need to use English in a financial environment.

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  • Idiomatic expressions have long played an important role in the English language. In fact, the use of idioms is so widespread that an understanding of these expressions is essential to successful communication, whether in listening, speaking, reading, or writing. The student may learn grammar and, with time, acquire adequate vocabulary, but without a working knowledge of such idioms as above all, to get along, on the whole, to look up, etc., even the best student's speech will remain awkward and ordinary.

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  • Ebook The 800 most commonly used idioms in America (800 thành ngữ thông dụng nhất ở Mỹ) sẽ giới thiệu đến bạn đọc 800 thành ngữ thông dụng được sử dụng trong ngôn ngữ Anh - Mỹ và định nghĩa giải thích kèm theo, giúp các bạn giao tiếp tiếng Anh hiệu quả hơn.

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  • Exercises On Idioms can be used as a classroom or self_ study companion to English Idioms. It can also be used on its own b student wishing to revise their knowledge of idioms. The answer key provides an instant check. In the classroom the book is an ideal supplement to a course book or grammar. Exercises can be worked throught in the order in which they appear, or...

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  • to get in/to get on: to enter or to board a vehicle To get in is used for cars, to get on is used for all other forms of transportation. - It's easiest to get in the car from the driver's side. The door on the other side doesn't work well. - I always get on the bus to work at 34th Street. to get out of/to get off : to leave or to descend from a vehicle To get out of is used for cars, to get of is used for all other forms of transportation. - Why...

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  • Idiomatic expressions have long played an important role in the English language. In fact, the use of idioms is so widespread that an understanding of these expressions is essential to successful communication, whether in listening, speaking, reading, or writing. The student may learn grammar and, with time, acquire adequate vocabulary, but without a working knowledge of such idioms as above all, to get along, on the whole, to look up, etc., even the best student's speech will remain awkward and ordinary....

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  • Substitute an idiomatic expression for the word or words in italics, making any necessary grammatical changes as well. Then complete each sentence appropriately with your own idea. Also try to use idioms from previous lessons.

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  • English becomes "sub-language" most important and growing number of people learning to use. From this, the researchers believe that the English language has been lost as a cultural icon of the exclusive English speakers, instead, it brings together the different cultures in the world. Some other researchers remarked that over time the English will not be enough to meet the communication requirements of everyone.

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  • English (English English) language is a western branch of the German language group in the Indo-European), were imported to England through the languages ​​of many peoples conquered in the 6th century. Transmitted throughout the English colonialism in the boom period of the British Empire, from the British Isles through Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, New Zealand, the United States and some English becomes "sub-language" most important and increasingly more people learn to use.

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  • A phrasal verb is a verb formed from two (or sometimes three) parts: a verb and an adverb or preposition. These adverbs and prepositions are often called particles when they are used in a phrasal verb. Most phrasal verbs are formed from a small number of verbs (for example, get, go, come, put and set) and a small number of particles (for example, away, out, off, up and in). Phrasal verbs sometimes have meanings that you can easily guess (for example, sit down or look for). However, in most cases their meanings are quite different from the meanings of the verb they...

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  • English Idioms Idioms are fun and useful expressions that usually cannot be understood by defining the separate words. For example, if your host mother says, "I think it's time to hit the hay", she means, "I think it's bed-time"! You would not be able to understand her by looking up the words hit and hay. Like phrasal verbs, these expressions need to be memorized as a whole. Try visualizing them or drawing pictures when you study them. For example, draw a picture of a cow sleeping in some hay. The idiom out of the blue means "unexpectedly". Your teacher or homestay...

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  • Test your english idoms is a welcome addition to the test your vocabulary series and is intend for intermediate / advanced students. Altogether, the book contains more than 750 idioms in current use and, as the title suggests, the emphasis is on testing rather than teaching.English grammar is the grammatical structure of English sentences just the place orderly, proper and harmonious relations between the word elements to form a complete sentence and regulations in order to communicate a correctly, and basically most scientific....

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  • A Book of English Idioms English in Tables An Introduction to the Pronunciation of English Build Up Your English The Complete Plain Words Fowler's Modern English Usage The Linguistic Sciences and Language Teaching The Structure of Technical English A Guide to Correct English Guide to Patterns and Usage in English Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary of Current English And English Reader's Dictionary Everyman's English Pronouncing Dictionary English Sentence Structure Better English Pronunciation A Grammar of English Words The Use of English English Grammar ...

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  • “IDIOM” - an expression in the usage of a language that is peculiar to itself In other words, it’s American Slang which you may not always get. In fact, idioms can make you totally lost in conversations! We Americans seem to roll them off our tongues very easily and we are so busy gabbing that we really are clueless when we even use them!

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  • Idioms for everyday use introduces learners to mo than 230 common idioms. The hands -on worktext format helps inividuals both to understand the idioms and to ues them with confidence in their own communication.learns encounter th high - frequency idioms in context, analyze their meaning, and practice úing then in a variety or activities. The book is designed to be used profitably by learn who are that.

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  • The aim of this book is to supply a number of colloquial English idioms classified, explained and illustrated by examples drawn mainly from modern English and American authors. It will be noticed that the term "idiom" is used here in its broader sense, embracing both idioms proper and so-called "non-idiomatic" word groups. Only colloquial phrases are included in the book; a few idioms marked "slangy" are more for recognition than actual use. W. Ball's classification of colloquial idioms (see below), though greatly changed, is partially used in this book....

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  • Part 1 Oxford dictionary of idioms book introduces the reader to the English idiom that are arranged in alphabetical order from A to rhyme k. Hopefully this will be a useful document for those who want to learn English idioms common in life. Invite you to refer to the disclosures.

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  • We show how idioms can be parsed in lexiealized TAGs. We rely on extensive studies of frozen phrases pursued at L.A.D.L) that show that idioms are pervasive in natural language and obey, generally speaking, the same morphological and syntactical patterns as 'free' structures. By idiom we mean a structure in which some items are lexically frozen and have a semantics that is not compositional. We thus consider idioms of different syntactic categories : NP, S, adverbials, compound prepositions.., in both English and French.

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  • Following the contents of the first book "Oxford dictionary of idioms", part 2 introduces the reader to the idiom, the English starting from L to the end rhyme. Hopefully this will be a useful document for those who want to learn English idioms common in life. Invite you to refer to the disclosures.

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  • If you already speak some English and now would like to speak more like a native, you've found the right book. One of the keys to speaking like native is ability to use and understand casual expressions, or idioms.English grammar is the grammatical structure of English sentences just the place orderly, proper and harmonious relations between the word elements to form a complete sentence and regulations in order to communicate a correctly, and basically most..

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