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  • Given that scientific material can be hard to comprehend, sustained attention and memory retention become major reader challenges. Scientific writers must not only present their science, but also work hard to generate and sustain the interest of readers. Attention-getters, sentence progression, expectation-setting, and memory offloaders are essential devices to keep readers and reviewers engaged. The writer needs to have a clear understanding of the role played by each part of a paper, from its eye-catching title to its eye-opening conclusion.

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  • Analysing English Sentences provides a concise and clear introduction to current work in syntactic theory, drawing on the key concepts of Chomsky’s Minimalist Program. Assuming little or no prior knowledge of syntax or Minimalism, Radford outlines the core concepts and leading ideas and how they can be used to describe various aspects of the syntax of English. A diverse range of topics is covered, including syntactic structure, null constituents, head movement, case and agreement, and split projections.

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  • Tree-based statistical machine translation models have made significant progress in recent years, especially when replacing 1-best trees with packed forests. However, as the parsing accuracy usually goes down dramatically with the increase of sentence length, translating long sentences often takes long time and only produces degenerate translations. We propose a new method named subsentence division that reduces the decoding time and improves the translation quality for tree-based translation. Our approach divides long sentences into several sub-sentences by exploiting tree structures.

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  • We describe a computational system which parses discourses consisting of sequences of simple sentences. These contain a range of temporal constructions, including time adverbials, progressive aspect and various aspectual classes. In particular, the grammar generates the required readings, according to the theoretical analysis of (Glasbey, forthcoming), for sentence-final 'then'.

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  • This compact TOEIC Test Package is the only printable TOEIC word test collection currently available on the Internet. But unlike the traditional TOEIC text books, your TOEIC Test Package provides you with a system that constantly monitors your learning progress and improves your TOEIC language skills. You will find it fun taking these unique multiple choice tests because with every question you answer correctly your TOEIC English improves. Some of the test questions you will find easy while others might contain new phrases and expressions.

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  • Step-by-step grammar explanations with clear examples *A wealth of varied practice exercises with write-in space on the page *Tests to monitor students' progress *Illustrated with lively cartoons to increase students' understanding *An index and a comprehensive contents list for easy reference *For self-study, homework or use in class.

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  • The TOEIC test is the choice of more than 2 million examinees a year and is recognized by thousands of corporations. As a fair and objective measure of English proficiency, the TOEIC test will enable you to:  verify your current level of English proficiency  qualify for a new position and/or promotion in your company  enhance your professional credentials  monitor your progress in English  set your own learning goals  involve your employer in advancing your English ability

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  • The patients on either side of me are really nice, which is good because otherwise this place is really depressing. I hope I get well soon. The block where we live is next to the underground station. It's smaller than our old house, of course, but we have a great view from the 8th floor.

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  • New Headway English Course now provides a seamless syllabus progression from Elementary to Upper-Intermediate level. * It takes a clear and structured approach to grammar. Grammatical structures are introduced in context, with questions that encourage students to work out the rules for themselves. A comprehensive ‘Grammar section’ at the back of the Student’s Books provides a useful reference before, during or after the lesson.

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  • Simple Past Past Perfect action in the past taking place once, never or several times action taking place before a certain t ime in the past actions in the past taking place one after the other sometimes interchangeable with past perfect progressive Action in the past taking place in the middle of another action puts emphasis only on the fact (not the duration or course of the action) Questions in Past Perfect Simple Co mplete the questions in Past Perfect Simp le. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. (what / Bob / do) (you / eat) (he / live) (she / find) (they / book)...

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  • As the book progresses, you will be asked to read short, interesting paragraphs to find main ideas and topic sentences. Once you are comfortable with these basic skills, proceed to the passages in the last five sections. This is where you will use your skills to tackle longer passages.

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  • I. Objectives Help the students to review vocabulary and grammar from unit 6 to unit 8. II. Language contents: + Grammar: - Present simple tense. - Present progressive tense. - Prepositions. - Question words. - Must and Mustn’t. - Can and Can’t. + Vocabulary: Review vocabulary and some basic sentences. III. Techniques: group works, pair works, ask and answer.

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  • Often the activity is of a general nature; something generally in progress this week, this month, this year. Note (l):The sentence means that writing a book is a general activity Susan is engaged in at present, but it does not mean that at the moment of speaking she is sitting at her desk with pen in hand.

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  • Aim: Further practice in present progressive, time + subjects vocab. Objective: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to write the correct time, present progressive tense, + review the subjects vocab. Aids : poster, handouts 1. Present progressive tense : Mime game : T. brainstorms the activities at the recess. In pairs, Ss mime the activities to each orther . Then some of them present in the front. Ss make sentences ( about the activities) in the present progressive tense. Gap_fill: La. Fo. 1 p.68 Ss. complete the passage & read aloud. ...

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  • A / Aims and Objectives : Students will be able to remind something about grade 7 and know how to learn well in the new school year . B / Teaching aids : Textbooks , chalks , boards ,,,, C / Procedure : I / Revision : 1. The tenses : - Present simple - Present progressive - Simple future - Near future - Past simple = Ask Ss to repeat the uses and forms of each tense 2. Exercise : Change these sentences into other tenses ( Present simple , Present progressive , near future , Simple future...

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  • Present Progressive Complete the following sentences with the present progressive form of the verb in brackets: 0. Listen! Tim is ringing the doorbell. 1. He ________ still ________ for Carla. (to wait) 2. What ________ you ________ at the moment? (to do) 3. I ________ ________ English now. (to study) 4. Look! His parents ________ ________ now! (to leave) 5. She ________ ________ with her boyfriend at the moment. (to stay) Complete the following sentences with the right form of the verb in brackets. Choose between present progressive and present simple! 0.

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  • State-of-the-art statistical machine translation (MT) systems have made significant progress towards producing user-acceptable translation output. However, there is still no efficient way for MT systems to inform users which words are likely translated correctly and how confident it is about the whole sentence. We propose a novel framework to predict wordlevel and sentence-level MT errors with a large number of novel features. Experimental results show that the MT error prediction accuracy is increased from 69.1 to 72.2 in F-score. ...

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  • Stories and More Stories in ebook Oxford reading tree: Survival adventure continue to provide a mix of fantasy settings and familiar situations. More complex sentences with conceptually more challenging storylines develop stamina, ensuring that readers will be able to progress to more demanding texts with confidence. Books contain inside cover notes to support children in their reading.

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  • Stories and More Stories A continue to provide a mix of fantasy settings and familiar situations. More complex sentences with conceptually more challenging storylines develop stamina, ensuring that readers will be able to progress to more demanding texts with confidence. Books contain inside cover notes to support children in their reading.

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  • The goal of our research is to improve event extraction by learning to identify secondary role filler contexts in the absence of event keywords. We propose a multilayered event extraction architecture that progressively “zooms in” on relevant information. Our extraction model includes a document genre classifier to recognize event narratives, two types of sentence classifiers, and noun phrase classifiers to extract role fillers.

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