The verb group

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  • Tout sur les Verbes Francais Pour répondre immédiatement à toutes vos questions sur les verbes français et leur conjugaison avec 100 tableaux de verbes modèles et un index de 8000 verbes; les exceptions; les erreurs à éviter; les astuces pour savoir conjuguer…

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  • This book is designed to provide the essential elements of French grammar, for students in the final year of school and in the first and later years of higher education. Advanced learners will find much that is useful for extending their knowledge of French, and for revision. The book is organized in two major sections: a reference section containing the structures of grammar and a section containing functional grammar. Each section includes cross-references to the other.

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  • This paper describes automatic techniques for mapping 9611 entries in a database of English verbs to WordNet senses. The verbs were initially grouped into 491 classes based on syntactic features. Mapping these verbs into WordNet senses provides a resource that supports disambiguation in multilingual applications such as machine translation and cross-language information retrieval.

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  • We exploit the resources in the Arabic Treebank (ATB) and Arabic Gigaword (AG) to determine the best features for the novel task of automatically creating lexical semantic verb classes for Modern Standard Arabic (MSA). The verbs are classified into groups that share semantic elements of meaning as they exhibit similar syntactic behavior. The results of the clustering experiments are compared with a gold standard set of classes, which is approximated by using the noisy English translations provided in the ATB to create Levin-like classes for MSA.

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  • The paper describes the application of kMeans, a standard clustering technique, to the task of inducing semantic classes for German verbs. Using probability distributions over verb subcategorisation frames, we obtained an intuitively plausible clustering of 57 verbs into 14 classes. The automatic clustering was evaluated against independently motivated, handconstructed semantic verb classes.

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  • This paper will focus on the semantic representation of verbs in computer systems and its impact on lexical selection problems in machine translation (MT). Two groups of English and Chinese verbs are examined to show that lexical selection must be based on interpretation of the sentence as well as selection restrictions placed on the verb arguments.

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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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  • The Oxford 3000™ The keywords of the Oxford 3000 have been carefully selected by a group of language experts and experienced teachers as the words which should receive priority in vocabulary study because of their importance and usefulness. The selection is based on three criteria. The words which occur most frequently in English are included, based on the information in the British National Corpus and the Oxford Corpus Collection. (A corpus is an electronically held collection of written or spoken texts, often consisting of hundreds of millions of words.

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  • A simple sentence has one clause, beginning with a noun group called the subject. The subject is the person or thing that the sentence is about. This is followed by a verb group, which tells you what the subject is doing, or describes the subject's situation.

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  • Unit 1: Clause and sentence structure. Main points: Simple sentences have one clause. Clauses usually consist of a noun group as the subject, and a verb group. Clauses can also have another noun group as the object or complement. Clauses can have an adverbial, also called an adjunct. Changing the order of the words in a clause can change its meaning. Compound sentences consist of two or more main clauses. Complex sentences always include a subordinate clause, as well as one or more main clauses....

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  • Idiom - A group of words (or a single word) which have a meaning that is not understood by combining the standard definitions of the individual words (though that meaning may sometimes be inferred). Idioms are a style or form of (often artistic) expression, characteristic of a particular language, group, subculture, school of thought, generation, or medium (for example, movies and television). Idioms can convey that the current situation being described has a resemblance with past history, and in that sense they may be similar to analogies or metaphors.

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  • In groups, find out some more things that go with the verbs...

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  • Give each student a card with a simple form of a verb written large. The verbs may have regular or irregular past forms or the teacher can use a mixture. The students supply the past form. Put students into groups of five or six. Give each group a sentence to begin their story. Going around in their circle, the students each add a sentence to their story, using their verb. The stories may be serious or funny, but they should make some sort of sense. Example: Starting sentence: Yesterday, I decided to go to the park. ...

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  • Simultaneous actions described by absolute phrases: An absolute phrase consists of a head - word (often a noun) plus at least one other word. Note that the head word in the absolute phrase denotes something which is a part of, or belong to the thing or person that is the subject of the finite verb of the sentence.

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  • A/ Aims and Objectives : By the end of the lesson , Ss will be able to know how to listen for details about the activities talking place in an emergency room . B / Teaching aids : Textbook , cassette , pictures and a chart C / Procedure : I / Warm up : Guess from context What action ? - Ask Ss to look at the picture and write out all the verbs describing the actions of the people in it . - Tell Ss the group having the most right verbs is the winner . -...

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  • EXERCISE 12. Simple past. (Charts 2-1 Directions: Perform the action and then describe the action, using the simple past. Most of the verbs are irregular; some are regular. Work in groups or as a class. Only Speaker A's book is open. Example: Give ( . . . ) your pen. SPEAKER A (book open): Give Pablo your pen. SPEAKER B (book closed): (Speaker B petforms the action.) SPEAKER A (book open): What did you do? SPEAKER B (bwk dosed): I gave Pablo my pen. I ., 8) - 2-7) 2 11 .;, / 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 1. Give (...

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  • (BQ) Ebook Macmillan student's dictionary written for students with a basic knowledge of the English lanuage but who have not yet reached an advanced level of ability. It has been prepare with two particular groups of users in mind: Students for whom English is a second language, that is those who are taught school subjects.

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  • The definitions follow the plural forms of the word. The word "candy"1 has several different meanings. They are arranged by the part of speech: the first definitions show what "candy means when used as a noun; the second group shows what "candy" means when used as a verb.

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  • Period 10 UNIT 2: CLOTHING Lesson 4: Reading A. Teaching points: By the end of the lesson , students will be able to understand the text for details about jeans. B. Teaching aids: pictures, poster, chalk, board, textbook,…. C. Teaching steps: Teacher’s tasks I. Warm up: *Pelmanism Students’ tasks Display on the board make wear grow grew make go Play in 2 groups, find become wore went Get Ss to play in 2 groups, out the numbers that find out the numbers that content the same verbs content the same verbs became 2.

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  • This article is intended for the discussion of the lexemes denoting the feeling of great pleasure sub-classified into four groups of adjectives (‘delighted’, ‘elated’, and ‘jubilant’); nouns (‘bliss’, ‘ecstasy’, ‘euphoria’, ‘glee’, ‘joy’, and ‘rapture’); verbs (‘exult’ and ‘rejoice’); and idioms (‘walk on air’, ‘in seventh heaven’, ‘on cloud nine’, ‘on top of the world’, ‘over the moon’ and ‘thrilled to bits’).

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