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  • What is an error in English? The concept of language errors is a fuzzy one. I’ll leave to linguists the technical definitions. Here we’re concerned only with deviations from the standard use of English as judged by sophisticated users such as professional writers, editors, teachers, and literate executives and personnel officers. The aim of this site is to help you avoid low grades, lost employment opportunities, lost business, and titters of amusement at the way you write or speak.

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  • To extract this temporal information from a sentence, it must be parsed into a semantic representation which captures the meaning of tense, temporal adverbs, and temporal connectives. Representations were developed for the basic tenses, some temporal adverbs, as well as some o f the temporal connectives. Five criteria were suggested for judging these representations, and based on these criteria the representations were judged. Introduction English sentences contain many types of temporal information. ...

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  • Fluent English is a high intermediate-/advanced-level course in English as a second or foreign language. It is designed to meet the needs of the intermediate-level student in vocabulary, grammar, listening comprehension, idiomatic usage, and pronunciation. It offers a great deal of practice in each of these areas, through both written exercises and recorded materials. The language used in this course is realistic and practical, and the situations in each of its twenty lessons offer a cultural context that will be recognizable and relevant to most intermediate-level students of English....

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  • 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

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  • This book is a review of the relationships between times and tenses in English. It is intended for beginning and intermediate level language students in non-English speaking countries, as a reinforcement and addition to their regular structure classes. The chapter dealing with each tense may be used as soon as the students have covered that tense in their formal grammar study.

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  • Quick Solutions to Common Errors in English is a reference book which has been written for the student and the general reader. It aims to tackle the basic questions about spelling, punctuation, grammar and word usage that the student and the general reader are likely to ask. Throughout the book there are clear explanations, and exemplar sentences where they are needed. When it's helpful to draw attention to spelling rules and patterns, these are given so that the reader is further empowered to deal with hundreds of related words. ...

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  • In the published research work emerging from the universities and USDA laboratories there is, as noted, no conscious effort to learn how nature feeds the microorganisms who feed the plants (as documented by Krasilnikov, 1958; McLaren and Peterson, 1967; Jennings, 1963; Sanders et al, 1975; Marks and Kozlowski, 1973; Mori et al, 1977 and many others).

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  • You will find certain words or phrases criticized here listed in dictionaries. Note carefully labels like dial. (dialectical), nonstandard, and obsolete before assuming that the dictionary is endorsing them. The primary job of a dictionary is to track how people actually use language. Dictionaries differ among themselves on how much guidance to usage they provide; but the goal of a usage guide like this is substantially different: to protect you against patterns which are regarded by substantial numbers of well-educated people as nonstandard....

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  • As may be obvious by now, it is helpful in the understanding of this book to see the earth as having a single soil (as it has a single atmosphere), nearly all of it 10,000 or more years “old,” or in development, since the bulk of its surface “parent material” was laid down. In addition to those cited by Hamaker, some other examples of results obtained with ground gravel (mixed rock) materials may help illustrate the great potential to restore youthfulness and productive fertility to any and all soil....

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  • The authors of the articles, while they mention a number of the elements in the dust, think of it as a “liming” material rather than a broad-spectrum remineralization material. Significantly, they observe: “Use of cement kiln dusts for soil liming is not a new idea, but it seems to have received little attention and the relative merits of the dust and of conventional liming materials have not been well studied.

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  • talk about something which is in progress at the moment of speaking "Where are the children?" "They're playing in the garden." "What are you doing at the moment?" "I'm writing a letter." You can switch off the TV. I'm not watching it. Look, there's Sally. Who is she talking to? "Where is Margaret?" "She's having a bath." Let's go out now. It isn't raining any more, (at a party) Hello, Ann. Are you enjoying the party? — talk about something which is in progress around the present, but not necessarily at the moment of speaking...

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  • These last individuals have generally gone beyond the use of acidified chemical nutrients and toxic sprays, yet their means of producing food are often dependent on extracting fertility from one piece of land in order to enrich another, i.e. “robbing Peter to pay Paul.” Meanwhile the overall fertility of the Earth continues to decline.

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  • Cement kiln dust (noted in “Food, Energy, and Survival”), which is primarily derived from local gravels, was gathered for these studies from 20 cement manufacturers in Virginia, Maryland, New York, Iowa, Oregon, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Florida, Tennessee, California, Wisconsin, Kentucky, Minnesota, Michigan, and Washington.

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  • There is not likely to be a shortage of accessible mixed rock anywhere in the world — even the Sahara desert and Brazil are underlaid with till from ancient glaciations (John, 1980) — only a shortage of environmentally constructive systems set up for quarrying, grinding, distributing and recycling the nutrients; and a lack of awareness of the need.

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  • We thought about writing a separate scheme of work for Beginner and Elementary levels, but thought against it as most of the same topics will be covered in both levels, but in different ways. A Beginners’ course will focus more on survival English and look at each topic in less detail than an Elementary course, whereas during an Elementary course the focus will be on consolidating knowledge and vocabulary already discovered and preparing the ground for students to be able to encounter more complex tenses and language structures....

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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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  • The first crop grown in that rejuvenated topsoil was clover. The organism development in that soil must have been awesome, because the plants showed no interest in terminating growth—reaching 12 feet in length when autumn’s cold called a halt. Initial attempts to disk that clover back into the soil failed when the stalks proved too thick to cut. The writer is not exaggerating. The clover root systems were no doubt massive as well.

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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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  • Whether any farmers, foresters, doctors, or nutritionists were specifically informed of these studies is not known. Apparently no one at USDA’s Beltsville headquarters became very excited over the value of the rock dust for soil building and nutritional uplift, as another more recent article on cement dust in Science (Maugh, 1978) indicates.

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