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  • Like English, Korean has different styles of speaking and writing that reflect the genre, the setting, and the audience. A chat in a gym with a friend employs quite different words and constructions than a news report to a national TV audience. This chapter focuses on the use of sentence-final verb endings, whose selection is sensitive to whether the genre is written or spoken, to whether the setting is formal or informal, and to how close the speaker feels to the hearer.

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  • In this paper, we extend distant supervision (DS) based on Wikipedia for Relation Extraction (RE) by considering (i) relations defined in external repositories, e.g. YAGO, and (ii) any subset of Wikipedia documents. We show that training data constituted by sentences containing pairs of named entities in target relations is enough to produce reliable supervision.

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  • This paper presents a practical foreign language writing support tool which makes it much easier to utilize dictionary and example sentence resources. Like a Kana-Kanji conversion front-end processor used to input Japanese language text, this tool is also implemented as a front-end processor and can be combined with a wide variety of applications. A morphological analyzer automatically extracts key words from text as it is being input into the tool, and these words are used to locate information relevant to the input text. ...

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  • In Information Retrieval (IR) in general and Question Answering (QA) in particular, queries and relevant textual content often significantly differ in their properties and are therefore difficult to relate with traditional IR methods, e.g. key-word matching. In this paper we describe an algorithm that addresses this problem, but rather than looking at it on a term matching/term reformulation level, we focus on the syntactic differences between questions and relevant text passages.

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  • How far can we get with unsupervised parsing if we make our training corpus several orders of magnitude larger than has hitherto be attempted? We present a new algorithm for unsupervised parsing using an all-subtrees model, termed U-DOP*, which parses directly with packed forests of all binary trees. We train both on Penn’s WSJ data and on the (much larger) NANC corpus, showing that U-DOP* outperforms a treebank-PCFG on the standard WSJ test set.

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  • 1. Aims: By the end of the lesson, sts will be able to: a) Knowledge: - revise common spoken English. - use them more

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  • At the end of the course, the students will be able to: understand the special characteristics of children as language learners; manage children language classes; create, adapt and analyse activities and resources for YL apply theoretical background into practice of teaching language skills.

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  • There is an answer key for all the exercises apart from the translation exercise at the end of each unit test. Each test has a total score of 100. These tests may be photocopied freely for classroom use. They may not be adapted, printed, or sold without the permission of Oxford University Press. Complete the sentences with a compound noun or adjective formed from life, house, or home. Make sure you spell the word correctly (one word, two words, or with a hyphen).

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  • Aims Help students revise the use, the meaning and the forms of future tenses ( will, going to, present continuous) 2. Objectives By the end of the lesson students will be able to use different future forms , structures of the future forms. Aims and objectives of the lesson: By the end of the lesson students will be able : to do all the practice exercises read the texts fluently translate the texts into Vietnamese and answer all the questions do all listening exercises

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  • At the end of the text, answers to the practices—but not to the exercises—are provided. These answers allow the students to check their understanding of the material as they read the text. The extensive exercises without answers permit the instructor to determine where more explanation or study is needed.

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  • Traditionally its triangular and made of canvas, although most modern ones are made of nylon and come in a variety of shapes and sizes. It's made of plastic and iron. It's wide at one end and narrow at the other, with a plastic handle on top. Most of them are designed to spray water. The bottom part gets very hot.

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  • Appendix 3: Punctuation A Full stop (.), question mark (?) and exclamation mark (!) A sentence ends with one of these punctuation marks. Full stop: It's cold today. The office was closed. Please be careful Question mark: Who's that? Did you see the show? Could you wait, please? Exclamation mark: Oh, no! I don't believe it! In the US a full stop is called a 'period'.

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  • A Full stop (.), question mark (?) and exclamation mark (!) A sentence ends with one of these punctuation marks. Full stop: It's cold today. The office was closed. Please be careful Question mark: Who's that? Did you see the show? Could you wait, please? Exclamation mark: Oh, no! I don't believe it! In the US a full stop is called a 'period'. B Semi-colon (;) We can use a semi-colon between two separate statements which are linked in meaning. Melanie is a very kind person; she visits David in hospital every day. We could also use a full stop here. ...

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  • In Part I you will find a clear and concise summary of English grammar: its forms, principles, and basic terminology. The material is presented in non-technical language and in easy, natural steps, beginning with the structure of the simple sentence, and continuing through the various parts of speech and other common sentence elements to the more difficult constructions. All terms and forms are amply illustrated with models and practice exercises. The section ends with " A Dictionary of Grammatical Terms," in Chapter 20, which will be useful for ready reference.

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  • Every sentence has at least one verb. When you construct sentences, you have to pay close attention to the verbs. You must choose the correct tense of the verb and make the verb agree with its subject. The following discussion centers on these aspects of verbs. The lesson ends with a review of some verb pairs that are especially troublesome.

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  • English for Aircraft will help you use aeronautical manuals more easily. It is designed for civi- lian or military technicians, engineers and mechanics and can be used with a qualified tea- cher in a training course or tor self-study. It is for users of English with an intermediate level in written English.

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  • Thời gian làm bài: 120 phút I. Choose A, B, C or D to complete the following sentences. (2.5 marks) 1. I remember ______ him once in my life. A. to meet B. meeting C. to have met D. met 2. He has been waiting for this letter for days, and at ______ it has come. A. last B. the end C. present D. the finish 3. The man who lives opposite us sometimes comes ______ for a cup of tea. A. on B. over C. off D. to 4. There was a small room into ______ we all crowded....

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  • In many cases, these nouns are abstract. This means that we cannot usually touch, see, feel, hear or smell them. Look at these sentences, and complete the crossword puzzle with a noun form of the verb at the end of each sentence. Make sure that you use the correct suffix or make other necessary changes.

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  • Unit 2: Relationship RELATIONSHIP UNIT OBJECTIVES At the end of this unit, students will be able to: • Use vocabulary relating to the topic (relationships, linking or not linking someone, family, getting together… ) • Pronounce strong and weak auxiliaries, sentence stress • Make a conversation • Develop listening, reading and speaking skills via practical exercises relating to this topic OVERVIEW 1 2 3 WARMING UP • Relationships between people • Ways people keep in touch with other GRAMMAR • Relative clauses • Some special uses of relative pronoun...

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  • Unit 3: Living condition LIVING CONDITION UNIT OBJECTIVES At the end of this unit, students will be able to: • Use vocabulary relating to the topic (living conditions, towns, countryside, facilities …) • Pronounce word stress, ’ll or ’d form and rhyming words • Use conditional sentences type 1, 2 and 3 • Develop listening, reading and speaking skills via practical exercises relating to this topic OVERVIEW 1 WARMING UP • Places which people belong to.

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