Phim Mỹ Nhân Ngư: Hồ Tử Thần. phim 18 hanh dong sieu hay thuyet minh.. last Phim Lồng tiếng hay nhất , với phim thuyết minh HD giúp các thoải mái hơn Nội Dung Phim Chiến Binh Cyborg - Cyborg X Phim 18 Hành Động . Người Yêu Lăng Nhăng My Friends Nice Mother Swapping: My Friends Wife. AI HAY CHU NGO @HD. Lam Chan AI NOI YEU EM DEM NAY AM DUONG CACH BIET @HD Mai Sy Dang . THOI DA XA @AS . Bm Biet chang long anh da bao ngay. C D Nguoi oi xin lang nghe nay con tim anh muon noi? G C Tinh yeu do rieng cho em, mot doi mai khong quen. D G Bai .
|Language:||English, Spanish, Hindi|
|Genre:||Politics & Laws|
|ePub File Size:||25.36 MB|
|PDF File Size:||13.81 MB|
|Distribution:||Free* [*Register to download]|
Ċ, dancindonna.info View Download, 26k Ċ, dancindonna.info View Download Ċ, dancindonna.info View Download . Ċ, Ebook-Mười-Người- dancindonna.info View Download Ċ, Ebook-Nói-Nhiều-Không-Bằng-Nói-Đúng. pdf. Sau đây là danh sách tổng hợp quyển sách hay nên đọc ít nhất 1 lần trong quyển sách hay nên đọc, những quyển sách hay bán chạy nhất mọi thời đại, Ċ, dancindonna.info .. Ċ, Ebook- dancindonna.info Ċ, Ebook-Mãi-Mãi-Là-Bao-Xa. pdf. Truyện tranh Kattobi Itto là bộ truyện rất nổi tiếng của tác giả Motoki Monma, gồm 2 Itto trở về nước Nhật thân yêu, và vừa đặt chân xuống sân bay đã ẩu đả một trận Văn bản, Tài liệu, Giáo trình, Ebook. coi thien thai loan luan truyen nguoi lon . những cuốn truyện tranh tiếng Anh dành cho trẻ em hay nhất mọi thời đại.
We got to meet Paige Eva Mahoney - a. The Pale Dreamer - when she was just 16 years old and had recently started working for Jaxon Hall - a. White Binder. We got to know her as a freshman in the field of clairvoyance, who was beginning to figure out, prove and develop all her clairvoyant abilities, starting with a task assigned by Jaxon: to hunt down an infamous poltergeist in the area for him to bind it. Paige's journey to successfully completed that task was filled with lots of danger from Haymarket Hector - the Underlord of clairvoyant syndicate at that time - as well as from the poltergeist itself. And that twist in the identity of the poltergeist, wow!
Remember that the article is not stressed, so don't listen for its full value! Also, ask native speakers to help you when you don't know whether or not to use the article. Some Rules using Articles Singular count nouns: My daughter wants to download a dog this weekend.
Indefinite-Could be any dog The dog in the backyard is very cute. Definite-The one in the backyard He requested a puppy for his birthday. He wanted the puppy he played with at the pet shop. She ordered a hamburger without onions. Did you drink the coke I just ordered? Plural count nouns: Use "the" or Nothing, never 'a'. Come and look at the children. Do you like reading the grammar rules on this page? Non-count nouns: He has experience.
Writing in a second language is especially challenging. Have you studied the history of South Africa? History reminds us that events repeat themselves. Can I turn over to another channel? The verbs change form to show the various tenses.
Some verbs are regular in their changes, some are irregular. See a list of Irregular Verbs. I watch television everyday. I visit my cousin all the time. In general, the simple present expresses events or situations that exist always, usually, habitually; they exist now, they have existed in the past, and will probably exist in the future. Simple Past Tense It snowed yesterday.
I watched television last night. I visited my cousin last year. At one particular time in the past, this happened. It began and ended in the past. I will watch television tonight. I will visit my cousin later. At one particular time in the future, this will happen. He is asleep at the moment. His sleep is in progress at the present time, and will probably continue. I arrived at He was still asleep. His sleep began before and was in progress at a particular time in the past.
It probably continued. He will go to sleep at We will arrive around The action of sleeping will begin before we arrive, and it will be in progress at a particular time in the future. His sleep will probably continue. I finished eating something before now.
The exact time is not important. First I finished eating. Later they arrived. My eating was completely finished before another time in the past Future Perfect Tense I will have already eaten when they arrive. First I will finish eating. Later they will arrive. My eating will be completely finished before another time in the future.
Event in progress: Before now, up to now How long? Before another event in the past How long? For two hours Future Perfect Progressive Tense I will have been studying for two hours by the time you arrive. Before another event in the future How long? It gives us information about the actions, events, or state of being. Verbs can be categorized into four groups: They just connect to the subject and give more information about the subject. For example: We are writing an e-mail. We are students.
Your new book seems interesting. Seems is a linking verb. I see you. The soup tastes good. The flowers we have picked from the backyard smell so nice. The flowers we have picked from the backyard are so nice. The sentence doesn't lose its meaning, so the verb smell in the first sentence is a linking verb.
He looked at me with fear in his face. He was at me with fear in his face. The second sentence doesn't make sense, so the verb look in the first sentence is an action verb. Most common linking verbs are: There are some verbs that can both be used as action and linking verbs.
Helping Verbs A helping verb, also called an Auxiliary verb, has no meaning on its own but helps the main verb in functional and grammatical way. Daniel is drawing a picture. Daniel is the subject, "is" is the helping verb, drawing is the main verb action in progress , a picture is the object. Some common helping verbs are: For Example: Tony gave me some flowers My sister sent me a postcard. I brought you a bottle of wine.
Prepositional phrase with For Verbs Examples bake They baked bread for me. Active I gave some money to him yesterday. Active Some money was given to him yesterday. Passive He was given some money yesterday. Passive I will download her a book tomorrow. A book will be bought for her tomorrow. She will be bought a book tomorrow.
The teacher gave her a warning. A warning was given to her by a teacher. She was given a warning by the teacher. The nurse will tell you the decision. The decision will be told to you by the nurse. You will be told the decision by the nurse. They are going to provide us with accommodation. The accommodation is going to be provided for us.
We are going to be provided with accommodation. My sister sent me a card. A card was sent to me by a sister. I was sent a card by my sister. He sold the old man an alarm clock. An alarm clock was sold to the old man. The old man was sold an alarm clock. The Rule: Whether they take objects or not. I saw. I saw a bird. I baked. I baked some cake. We played soccer. Now that we can ask the question "what did you play? My son bought me a watch for my birthday. They gave me a pay raise.
In the two sentences above the words in bold are indirect objects and the underlined words are direct objects; so, the verbs "download and give" are transitive. They awarded a gold medal to the top 10 students. The young girl brought some flowers to her mother. In the two sentences above the words in bold are direct objects and the underlined words are indirect objects; so, the verbs "award and bring" are transitive. Sandra cried.
The room flooded. We swam. The birds flew. He jumped. When the fire alarm rang, we all ran out of the building as fast as we could. The little girl was sitting on the corner.
The Sun rises in the East. The earthquake happened yesterday at around 3 am. See more about prepositional and adverbial phrase: Adverbials Note: The hurricane happened in Not The hurricane was happened The athlete ran so fast that he broke the world record.
Not the athlete was run The little boy broke the vase. The vase was broken by the little boy. You have spoiled everything again. Put the meat in the fridge so that it doesn't spoil. List of common intransitive verbs: We were to meet them here. You can use my car tomorrow. Can - Can't informal polite request Can I borrow your book?
Could impossibility negative That can't have been true! Cats can't swim. I didn't have to go to class lack of necessity negative yesterday. I had to go to class have got to necessity I have got to go to class today yesterday. You must not open that door. Mary must have beensick Shemust be sick. I ought to have studied last advisability I ought to study tonight. She must be sick. I can play the piano. I can have a dog in my apartment. When I was a kid, I could run for hours.
Infinitives An infinitive is a verb used as a noun. They can be used as a subject or an object of a sentence. It is made by adding "—to" to the beginning of a verb. After certain verbs: I want to find a job. After an object: I want you to help me. After certain adjectives: I'm happy to help you. After certain expressions with 'it': It's important to practice English. To show purpose: I went to the mall to download some shoes.
Use the objective case for pronouns that are subjects or objects of infinitives. We wanted him to go with us. When the infinitive or the infinitive phrase is used as a noun after verbs like hear, let, help, make, see and watch, the to is not used.
Correct Incorrect He made her correct the paper. He made her to correct the paper. We all heard her tell the story. We all heard her to tell the story. She let me try on her shoes. She let me to try on her shoes. I am surprised by him coming to my party.
He is happy about her finding a new job. I have a BMW. The roses smell nice. Sometimes we can use the same verbs in a progressive tense, yet with a different meaning.
I am having a BMW soon. Here the verb "have" doesn't indicate possession, it has a meaning of "downloading". I am tasting the soup. Here the verb "taste" indicates an action so it is an action verb. The flowers look beautiful. Elroy had his car washed. I had my dad carry my backpack. I had my horse carry the body. The teacher made me do extra work.
Melisa got her hair cut. Elizabeth had her nails done. Chaps got his house painted. Gary had his ring polished. He had himself kicked out of school.
I had my tooth extracted yesterday. I made my little brother say sorry. Fred got his friend to do his homework. Charlie had the carpenter repair the table. Dora had her hairdresser cut her hair.
The bank was robbed. Harvard University was founded in English is spoken in many countries around the world. I was told that you didn't go to work today. In a passive sentence, If we want to mention what caused or who did the action, we use the agent by Charles Dickens wrote many novels. Many novels were written by Charles Dickens.
Most children are strongly influenced their parents. The jam sandwiches were made white bread. Jake was dismissed his boss. The show was presented Mr. The parcels were tied string. The meal was eaten chopsticks. The song was performed Madonna.
This awful mess was made Carol's dog. The football fans were observed the police. My hair was cut a top stylist. The goal was scored Liverpool's youngest player. The beds were made up dean sheets. The supermarket trolley was filled cat food. My camera was loaded a black and white film. Who was the radio invented ? The cyclist was knocked down a bus. The car was fixed a mechanic. The glass was cut a special tool. Her hair is colored henna. The roast was flavored wine.
Music will be played the local band. I love you. I hear you. More Examples: Do you hear that noise outside? Are you hearing that noise outside? I hope everything will be all right. I am hoping everything will be all right. I prefer tea to coffee. I am preferring tea to coffee. Non continuous verbs express thoughts and feelings and they are used with simple present tense. Non Progressive Verbs List appear believe belong care cost dislike exist expect feel forget have hate hear hope imagine include know like look love mind need own prefer realize remember see seem smell suppose taste understand want Some of the non continuous verbs are used in progressive tense but their meaning changes.
I see there is a man in front of the door. Sense of vision The doctor is seeing a patient. Dating a patient What do you think he will do? Your opinion? What is he thinking about?
What's in his mind? They don't have a car. Don't possess We are having our breakfast right now. Eating You look tired, have a rest for a few hours. The rose smells wonderful. The woman is smelling the flowers in the garden. The cake tastes terrific. The cook is tasting the soup.
I expect she'll pass the exam. We are expecting guests to the dinner tonight. He used to live here. He was used to live here. When I was young, I would go fishing every Sunday.
No, I didn't use to go there. I used to not go there. He would smile every time I mentioned her name. We would have breakfast on the roof. I told you the bus would arrive on time. Unreal Situations You would look better with short hair. I would download a lottery ticket if I were you. It would be great if we had money but unfortunately we don't. The old man asked a question.
That is a good book. I found an old, black, cotton sweater. They are usually used in pairs. The woman, beautiful and smart, knew what she was doing. The winner, tired but happy, waved and smiled. They come at the end of the sentence and they modify the subject.
The tickets are expensive. She looked old. The oven felt hot. He was young and shy. A nice big house. A big square table. A lovely little town. An old plastic pipe. An expensive Scotch whiskey. A tall young woman. Intelligent young Danish scientist. Because his job is boring at least to him , it caused him to be bored. I don't want to be with him because he is a boring person.
Because your offer is interesting at least to him , it drew his attention. He engages attention, you want to know him better. Expresses a quality without a comparison The twins are smart.
The tree is tall. The book is old. Used to compare things to each other. Form Use Example Shorter adjectives er hotter area, warmer water 1 syllable or 2 longer adjectives more interesting subject, more more 2 or more syllables comfortable couch adjectives that end with ed , ing , 's' even if they are more I am more tired , more boring book 1 syllable Fred is taller than Barney.
He is the more aggressive of the two. Barney is smarter than Fred. Climbing is more tiring than running. The inflectional suffix for superlative degree is est. Longer superlatives usually take most instead of est.
This is the brightest room in the house. Duncan is the tallest player on the team. Britney is the most beautiful girl in the class. There is no comparison. Dead, perfect, round You can't be deader than someone else who is only dead. Some Absolute Adjectives: But they are misusing absolute adjectives. The prime minister said he strongly supported the NATO plan.
Though she is pretty beautiful, her behaviors make her unattractive. My brother speaks English very well. He is very smart. A lion is a far more dangerous animal than a hyena. I am a lot faster than you think. My son is a bit sick today so he couldn't go to school. They mainly modify verbs.
They tell us how, where, when Carol drives carefully. How does she drive? I looked for her everywhere. Where did you look for her? She came to London yesterday. When did she come to London? Adverbs are generally divided into seven groups: Forming Adverbs They are generally made from adjectives. Many adverbs of manner and degree are formed by putting -ly at the end of an adjectives.
The weather was awfully cold.
You should treat people gently. Please, drive the car slowly. Chuck passed the test easily. My mom brushes my hair gently every day. When an adjectives ends in -e, we keep -e and add -ly. Our army fought bravely.
When an adjective ends in -ic, we add -ally. Systematic - systematically Phonetic - phonetically We searched the attic systematically. Burns wanted us to write the words phonetically. Expresses a quality without a comparison. Ivan walks slowly. Expresses a higher or lower degree than the positive. Ida walks faster than Ivan. Brad walks the slowest. Adverbs having the same form as adjectives: Kenyans always win prizes in marathons because they run the fastest of all.
Adverbs formed with —ly.
Elizabeth speaks English the most fluently. They do everything worse than us. Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives or other adverbs. And even more confusingly, some words sometimes act as adjectives, and sometimes act as adverbs. Ask yourself which word is being described: Sarah was a little sleepy. This is the larger of the two rooms. This white one is the smallest of the three puppies. Good vs well Good is an adjective. The adverb is well. He runs very fast.
She works very hard. The train arrived late. She hardly spoke to me. I don't think they should get married yet. They hardly know each other. Common adjectives: They are always followed by nouns or pronouns.
You bought the car for pounds. How cheap! Prepositions of place, position and direction. Prepositions of time. Prepositions for other relationships.
And, unlike most rules, this rule has no exceptions. They are always followed by a "noun", never followed by a verb. By "noun" we include: He lives in England. Henry is looking for you. The newspaper is under your green book. Pascal is used to English people. She isn't used to working. We ate before coming. Subject Pronouns 2. Object Pronouns 3. They are used as the subject of a verb.
They do the action. It is cold. It is the subject of is She paid today. They are always the object of the verb, preposition, or infinitive. She paid him today. I wanted her to come to the cinema with me. I am the subject of wanted; her is the object of wanted; him is the object of the preposition with Possessive Pronouns Mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, theirs. They show ownership, answering the question "Whose? Whose car is it? It is my car. It is mine. We use possessive pronouns as subject or object of a verb.
Notice that "its" usually used as possessive pronoun. This is my tie - This is mine. Her umbrella is beautiful.
These are his shoes. These are their wallets. It is my book.
That is our school. This is our house. That is my radio. Those tickets are Kimberley's. This is Henry's suitcase. They are my mother's keys. It's Lucy's chocolate. My cousins' grades are better. Elizabeth's cakes are delicious.
It's in example 'l' is short form of It is and should not be confused with its. My cousins' grades in 'm' is not the same as my cousin's grades. In fact it means grades of my cousins and it is plural so we use the plural possessive pronoun theirs. Apostrophe in It's and Possession 1. Carol loved chocolate more than him. Carol loved chocolate more than she loved him.
Carol loved chocolate more than he. Carol loved chocolate more than he loved chocolate. You can avoid misunderstandings by writing: Carol loved chocolate more than James did.
Carol loved chocolate more than she loved James. Myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves. Use the right mirror pronoun to match the subject: He hit himself with the slingshot. They rescued themselves by selling their house. Reflexive pronouns may be used to emphasis. He himself finished all that work. I prepared the dinner by myself alone. I solved the puzzle all by myself.
Did you have fun? Please help yourself to some food. Go and get whatever you want How do you feel yourself? We also use these and those when talking about more than one objects. This book is in my hand. That book is over there on the desk. These coins are in my hand. Those coins are over there on TV set. Convert from singular form to plural or plural to singular as in the examples below. This exercise is easy.
These exercises are easy. Those socks are Sara's. That sock is Sara's. These flowers are on the floor. That flower is on the floor. Transitions help fluency in writing and speaking. Coordinating Conjunctions Coordinating conjunctions are short and simple transitions that are composed of two or three letters. They are used to avoid short, choppy, run-on etc.
Correlative Conjunctions Transitions that always appear in pairs and link sentence elements together are called correlative conjunctions.
Subordinating Conjunctions Subordinating conjunctions connect the dependent clause of a sentence with the independent clause and show the relationship between the two. We use a comma in between if the subordinator when, before, because, although Although it was raining, she went out for a walk.
She went out for a walk although it was raining. Because she was tired, she went straight to the bed. She went straight to the bed because she was tired. After she had made a phone call, she left home. She left home after she had made a phone call.
In other words, cohesive devices make our content coherent. Overusing cohesive devices or not using them enough might affect the reader negatively.
Here is a list of words and phrases used as cohesive devices: Phrase And Both Still Notwithstanding Adj. Comparison similarly equally in the same way compared with like I can speak Spanish; similarly, my brother can speak Spanish. First I loved its museums. Secondly, I loved its people. Finally I loved its tourist attractions. Giving Examples for example for instance such as as follows namely I like small pets such as cats and birds.
Generalizing in general generally in most cases most of the time on the whole In general, people don't like getting up early. They are similar in meaning but they are used differently. Richard worked on his project all night although he was tired.
They don't spend much money although they are rich. Andrew passed the exam although he didn't study at all. Amber wants to go out although she is sick. Although it rained a lot, the students enjoyed their holiday. Berk won the prize in spite of the difficult conditions.
They went on holiday in spite of the bad weather conditions. Steve waited outside for 2 hours in spite of the cold. We arrived on time in spite of the traffic jam. In spite of all her careful plans, Laura made a lot of mistakes. They didn't want to download anything in spite of having a lot of money. There are two types of relative clauses 1 Defining 2 Non-defining Defining Relative Clauses Specify a particular noun. Use who, that The girl who is the best in our class is Nayad.
The ring that was stolen from my room hasn't been found yet. Non-defining Relative Clauses They are used with an already defined noun, so; they just give extra information and we usually put commas around. No need to define my father. Johnson is happy, he got the highest grade on the test. Johnson, who got the highest grade on the test, is happy. A dentist is a person. He gives dental treatment. We know a lot of people. They live in Minnesota. A vegetarian is a person.
Do you know the man? He discovered Africa. The teacher was very strict. We had him last semester. The relative pronoun comes just after the word it refers to. The man was drunk. He caused the accident. The man who was drunk caused the accident. That man is my uncle. He is coming towards us. This is the horse. I like him. It also kicked me yesterday.
The nails are rusty. They are in the tool-box. The nails that are in the tool-box are rusty. A cow is an animal. It supplies us with milk. A widow is a woman. Her husband is dead. A widow is a woman whose husband is dead.
It described her youthful energy that she brought to life, and became a popular anthem among university women. Endless Love sold 54, copies.
It was used frequently by the media to portray the lives of students as warm, romantic, and artistic. The title song was successful but was criticized for having lazy and incomprehensible lyrics regardless of its catchy tune. Her next audio single, "Dawn of Love", also released in May, was not as successful as "Singing with the River".
However, one of its tracks, "Love If is Distant", became a karaoke hit. The former became another one of her signature songs, and she performs the song in her television appearances and concerts. The album sold over 60, copies within the first few months, and received positive responses from audiences and critics, however, some critics complained that the album lacked coherence and had poor arrangements.
The tracks were mostly common ballads, but there were some variants. It appealed strongly to teenagers. In response to the gaffes she committed during her interviews for the first two albums, she changed her image for the third album, and grew her hair much longer than before.
However, she became the first Vietnamese music artist to have a sold out stadium and her album sold over , copies, which made it the highest-selling album in Vietnamese recording history. She would later collaborate with Korean producers in Although it was less successful than her third album, "The Color of My Life" received critical acclaim for its coherence and for her creative control.
It eventually sold 20, copies. In , she endorsed her first perfume brand called "My Time", which consists of four scents: passionate, charming, manly, and stylish.
Unlike Fly, the Korean producers were only in charge of recording and mastering the record. The album title expresses her return to the pop ballad genre with slow-jam and emotional feeling, and has a similar sound to her third album, but with the Korean influence.
She said that the songs have uptempo beats that "make you want to move and shake when you first hear it. She also served as the musical director , where she composed some original songs, and mixed in others.