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  • Tham khảo sách 'practice makes perfect - english sentence builder', ngoại ngữ, ngữ pháp tiếng anh phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • What is Technical English: Vocabulary and Grammar and who is it for? Technical English: Vocabulary and Grammar will help you increase your knowledge of technical English and develop your vocabulary and grammar. By working through the materials you will become more accurate and more appropriate in a range of key technical contexts. You can use it on your own (self-access) or in class (as part of a course).

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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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  • Directions: Describe your first day or two in this country or city. What did you do? What did you think? What did you see? Who did you meet? Did you have any interesting experiences? How did you feel about this place? Then write about how you feel about this place now. In what ways are your present experiences here different from your earlier experiences?

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  • Besides the blowing dust and the heavenly bodies, little else moves on the Martian landscape. This lack of movement might seem to be strangest of all, for we humans are used to motion. Almost from birth, infants follow motion with their eyes, and from then on we are continually aware of things moving about, starting, stopping, turning, bouncing. On earth we see liquids flowing, people moving, and the wind stirring the leaves of trees. Although we can not see them, we know that the very atoms and molecules of matter are continuously in motion. Even mosses and lichens that...

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  • We have aligned Japanese and English news articles and sentences to make a large parallel corpus. We first used a method based on cross-language information retrieval (CLIR) to align the Japanese and English articles and then used a method based on dynamic programming (DP) matching to align the Japanese and English sentences in these articles. However, the results included many incorrect alignments.

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  • We present a simple and effective method for extracting parallel sentences from comparable corpora. We employ a statistical machine translation (SMT) system built from small amounts of parallel texts to translate the source side of the nonparallel corpus. The target side texts are used, along with other corpora, in the language model of this SMT system. We then use information retrieval techniques and simple filters to create French/English parallel data from a comparable news corpora.

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  • Previous studies evaluate simulated dialog corpora using evaluation measures which can be automatically extracted from the dialog systems’ logs. However, the validity of these automatic measures has not been fully proven. In this study, we first recruit human judges to assess the quality of three simulated dialog corpora and then use human judgments as the gold standard to validate the conclusions drawn from the automatic measures. We observe that it is hard for the human judges to reach good agreement when asked to rate the quality of the dialogs from given perspectives.

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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 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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  • Grammar Practice for Pre-Intermediate students for short, clear explanations all major areas of English grammar, and provides practical exercises for you do. if you are using the book by yourself, use the Index and the contents list to find the area that you want to study.

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  • English is very important. we learn english to travel, work or go abroad. In learning enlish, vocabulary is very important, too. If we know a lot of vocabulary, we can speak english fluently and naturally.Complete each word to rhyme with , then say the word. Hint: Use the picture clues to help.

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  • This page contains the exercises to practise the new vocabulary presented on the left-hand page. In general the first exercise practises the form of some of the new word, and then them are further exercises which focus on the meaning. In most units there is at least on exercise which gives learners a changes to think about and practise new vocabulary in relation to their own lives, or a task which invites learners to do something with the vocabulary out side of the book.

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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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  • No science stands alone. If research done, findings found, conclusions drawn are not presented to the world then it is arguable whether they are of any real use at all. The reason for the research paper is to present the findings to the world, to share the information learned for others to do with it what they will. Why the research was originally conducted is of interest, but the researcher’s intentions, goals and conclusions are not the end.

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  • There are two versions (A and B) of each File test and of the End-of-course test (except the Speaking tests, which are designed for students to do in pairs). If your students don't copy each other then you can just use the A tests, [f your students do copy each other then put them in pairs, one with an A test and one with a B test - it's almost impossible for them to copy each other's answers.

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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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  • If your students don't copy each other then you can just use the A tests, [f your students do copy each other then put them in pairs, one with an A test and one with a B test - it's almost impossible for them to copy each other's answers. (The A and B tests cover exactly the same material, but the questions have been changed and reorganized.)

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  • Preposition in months year in seasons part of the day duration part of the day at time of day celebrations fixed phrases days of the week date on special holidays a special part of a day after ago before between by during for later than sth. how far sth. happened (in the past) earlier than sth. time that separates two points not later than a special time through the whole of a period of time period of time Use Examples in July; in September in 1985; in 1999 in summer; in the summer of 69 in the morning; in the...

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  • the incomplete statement type with a choice of four or five option Seven types of multiple – choice items in the textbook; however, item types 2 & 3 are preferable because the options do not interrupt the flow of meaning in the sentence: these items present the entire sentence so that it can be read at a glance

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