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  • Test it, Fix it is a series of books designed to help you identify any problems you may have in English, and to fix the problem. Each Test it, Fix it book has twenty tests which concentrate on mistakes commonly made by learners. Test it, Fix it has an unusual format. You start at the first page of each unit, then go to the third page, then to the second page...

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  • English verb tenses Just around Happening at a point simple Happening before perfect continuous Text in here Text in here Past perfect Present simpleFuture simple Text in here Present perfect present future past Past simple Future perfect

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  • The primary aim of the thesis is to find out the second-year English majors‟ common errors on verb tenses and word choices in translating Vietnamese texts into English. The study also aims at finding causes of these problems and then suggesting some possible strategies to overcome the problems. The targeted subjects of this thesis are mainly students; nevertheless, all people who are interested in translation work can consider it as a useful reference for improving their translation skills as well.

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  • Verb tenses are tools that English speakers use to express time in their language. You may find that many English tenses do not have direct translations in your language. That is not a problem. By studying this verb tense tutorial, you will learn to think like a native English speaker.

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  • This book, as the synopsis says, contains over 700 verbs with over 1000 meanings. But I think this a weakness rather than a strength. Firstly, the phrasal verbs are grouped 16 to a page with one exercise per verb. The exercise is either a gap-fill, a multiple-choice or matching two parts of a dialogue. In itself this is not exactly imaginative, but the important fact is that it is impossible for a person learning English to assimmilate – much less activate – phrasal verbs in this way.

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  • What Is Simplified English? Simplified English (SE) was developed so that documents written in English could be understood by people who speak little English. To make the documents easier to understand, Simplified English uses a limited vocabulary and a set of writing rules. The writer can only use words on the approved list and technical terms (words common to tile field). Each word on the list has only one approved definition. For example, “about” is used for “concerned with.” It cannot be used for “around” or “approximately.” Verb tenses are also restricted.

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  • Tham khảo tài liệu 'english language tests-intermediate level's archivegrammar tutorial: avoid verb tense', ngoại ngữ, toefl - ielts - toeic phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • The paper presents some of the results obtained within a research project aimed at developing ET (English Tutor), an intelligent tutoring system which supports Italian students in learning the English verbs. We concentrate on one of the most important modules of the system, the domain (i.e. verb) expert which is devoted to generate, in a cognitively transparent way, the right tense for the verb(s) appearing in the exercises presented to the student. An example which highlights the main capabilities of the verb expert is provided. A prototype version of ET has been fully implemented. ...

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  • The TOEFL exam has four sections: Listening, Structure, Reading, and Writing. The Listening section meas- ures your ability to understand English as spoken in North America. If you have lived in an English-speak- ing country or region where the accent is different than you will find on the TOEFL exam, you may need to spend some extra time adjusting to the sound of American English. The Structure section of the exam tests your knowledge of English grammar and usage, including topics such as verb tenses, idioms, and parallel structure.

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  • Prepositions are a class of words that indicate relationships between nouns, pronouns and other words in a sentence. Most often they come before a noun. They never change their form, regardless of the case, gender etc. of the word they are referring to. Each definition of a preposition is followed by one or more patterns, which indicate the word order appropriate for the definition. The verbs in each pattern can be changed to other tenses.

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  • The inspiration for The Ultimate Phrasal Verb Book came about when a student asked me for a textbook to help her learn the meanings of common phrasal verbs. I had nothing to offer. The only textbook focusing on common verbs that I could give her contains not one phrasal verb — it teaches arise but not get up, awake but not wake up, seek but not look for.

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  • This is one of two books of exercises designed to accompany Thomson and Martinet's Practical English Grammar. They provide intermediate learners with a wealth of interesting and lively practice material, concentrating on those areas of grammar which generally cause most difficulty. The books may be used alongside the Grammar or on their own, with or without a teacher, and are particularly useful for revision. Answers are printed at the end of each book. Some changes have been made in the text to bring it up to date and five new exercises have been added. The exercises now follow the same...

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  • This timeline tenses chart provides a handy reference sheet to English tenses and their  relationship to one another and the past, present and future. Conjugated verbs are  highlighted in bold. Tenses which are rarely used in everyday conversation are marked by  an asterik (*). 

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  • This edition of the book is in its scope and method the same as the first; the material and its arrangement remain basically unchanged. But there were in the first edition some omissions in the treatment of adverbs and links (conjunctions) which have been made good. Also a large part of the section on reported speech has been rewritten with additional examples and exercises in order to make the approach to this aspect of English grammar both more extensive and more flexible.

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  • Verb in English are either regular or irregular in the past tense and past participle forms. The regular verbs below are marked 1,2,3 or 4 according to four different spellings patterns . Verb in English are either regular or irregular in the past tense and past participle forms. The regular verbs below are marked 1,2,3 or 4 according to four different spellings patterns

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  • Packed with tables, diagrams, and numerous example sentences, and assuming no prior knowledge of grammatical concepts on the part of the reader, this volume offers an unmatched guide to the structure of contemporary English. Arranged in three clear parts for ease of use, the Grammar's comprehensive coverage ranges from the very basic--such as word structure, simple and complex phrases, and clause types--to the more sophisticated topics that lie at the intersection of grammar and meaning, including tense and aspect, mood and modality, and information structuring....

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  • A complete guide to English Grammar, which covers every part of speech, and is presented with people who are planning to take the iBT TOEFL exam in mind. Over 50 key grammar points which feature: clear, detailed explanations, over 115 exercises, and thousands of questions.

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  • C. Modal verbs 1. Must - Obligation, necessity, duty - Prohibition - Strong advice - Logical assumptions o Must can only be used to talk about the present or near future. We use have to when we need to use other tenses.

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  • Directions: Fill in the blanks in the following sentences with the correct form of the verb given. (30 points) Example: She (sleep, not) didn’t sleep last night. 1. I (call, not) __________ Clara yet. I’ll call her later. 2. We (finish, not) __________ this exam yet. 3. Mr. Perez travels to Washington, D.C. frequently. He (fly) ___________ there many times. 4. Lucas is not going to eat lunch with us today. He (eat, already) ____________. He (eat) __________ an hour ago. 5. I (meet) __________ Ann’s husband. I (meet) __________ him at a conference last month....

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  • Verbs are the foundation of language and accordingly they are one of the most common questions in the structure and written expreesion section. Although many of the questions invole advanced cases, an understading of the basic tenses is essential.

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