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798 COMMON SENSE zdrowy rozsądek
WHAT IS COMMON SENSE? Common sense is practical good sense gained
from life and not from special study ...
WHICH IS MORE IMPORTANT IN EVERYDAY LIFE, INTELLIGENCE OR
COMMON SENSE ? Common sense is more important in ...
WHY ? Because we have to be practical in our everyday life, whereas intelligence
is usually needed more for work of a higher nature or for studying...
TOOL narzędzie
WHAT DO WE USE TOOLS FOR?/ We use tools for gardening, making things ...
BEAN fasola
WHAT DO WE MEAN WHEN WE SAY THAT SOMEONE'S FULL OF
BEANS ? When we say that... we mean he's full of life and energy.
Probably because beans are good for the health ...
TALK1991 rozmawiać
The verb "to talk" is similar to the verb "to speak", but it is generally used in a
more informal or idle sense than "to speak".
799 WHAT DOES THE VERB "TO TALK" MEAN ?/ The verb "to talk" means ...
DO YOU TALK VERY MUCH TO YOUR NEXT-DOOR NEIGHBOURS
AT HOME ? Yes, I talk a great deal to ... or... No, I don't talk very much to ...
WHAT DOES THE TEACHER GENERALLY TELL YOU TO DO IF YOU
START TALKING TO THE PUPIL SITTING NEXT TO YOU?/ If I start
talking to... the teacher generally tells me to be quiet...
IDIOM 27
SEE RED = become very angry być wściekłym
e.g. I was so angry I just saw red for a minute and hit him.
WHAT DOES THE IDIOM "SEE RED" MEAN ? The idiom ... "to become
very angry"
GIVE ME AN EXAMPLE, PLEASE ! It makes me see red when I see
someone hitting an animal
GRAMMAR QUESTIONS
1) WHEN THE PAST TENSE OF A REGULAR VERB ENDS IN "DED" OR
"TED", HOW DO WE PRONOUNCE THE FINAL SOUND ? - AND GIVE ME
AN EXAMPLE ! When the Past Tense of a regular verb ends in "ded" or
"ted", we pronounce the final sound "... id". For example, "decided"
800 2) IN WHAT KIND OF VERBS IS THE FINAL SOUND PRONOUNCED
"T" IN THE PAST TENSE ? - AND GIVE ME SOME EXAMPLES !
The kind of verbs in which the final sound is pronounced "t" in the Past Tense
are those which end in the letters c-ch-k-p-ss-sh, or, x. For example, "commenced,
lunched, asked, helped, crossed, brushed" and "boxed"
3) WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN "FEW" AND "A FEW" ? - AND
GIVE ME AN EXAMPLE ! The difference between "few" and "a few" is that the
word "few" means "not many", whilst the words "a few" mean "some, but not many".
For example, "I have few books", means I haven't many, whilst "I have a
few books"means I have some, but not many
4) WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN "LITTLE" AND "A LITTLE" ? - AND
GIVE ME AN EXAMPLE ! The difference between "little" and "a little" is the same
as that between "few" and "a few". The word "little" means "not much", whilst the
words " a little" mean "some, but not much". For example, "I have little money"
means I haven't much money, whilst "I have a little money" means that
although I don't have much money, I have enough
801 5) WHAT ARE THE 12 SPECIAL VERBS? The 12 Special Verbs are - be, can,
dare, do, have, may, must, need, ought, shall, used to and will
6) WHAT ARE THE 9 WAYS IN WHICH THE SPECIAL VERBS DIFFER
FROM OTHER VERBS ? - AND GIVE ME AN EXAMPLE OF EACH ! The 9 ways
in which the Special Verbs differ from other verbs are:-
1) They form their interrogative by putting the verb before the subject, e.g. Am I
your teacher?
2) They form their negative just by adding "not", e.g. I cannot understand it
3) They are the only verbs that can be used in Tail Questions, e.g. You have a
pen, haven't you?
4) They are used as auxiliaries, e.g. They were eating
5) They are used for short answers, e.g Will you help me? Yes, I will
6) They are used in End Constructions, e.g. My brother has a car, and so have I
7) They are used when we wish to be emphatic, e.g. My husband will be pleased
to see you
8) They are often followed, instead of preceded, by certain adverbs, e.g. I have
always kept my promises
9) They do not take "s" in the third person singular (except "do"), e.g. I can, you can,
he can
10) WHAT IS A SENTENCE ? A sentence is a group of words that makes complete sense
11)WHAT ARE THE TWO KINDS OF SENTENCES ? The two kinds of
sentences are the simple sentence and the compound sentence
802 9) WHAT IS A SIMPLE SENTENCE ? - AND GIVE ME AN EXAMPLE !
A simple sentence is one which contains only one finite verb. For
example, "I do not understand him"
10) WHAT IS A COMPOUND SENTENCE ? - AND GIVE ME AN EXAMPLE !
A compound sentence is one which consists of two or more sentences joined
together by a conjunction, such as the words "and" or "but". For example,
(Open your book, please) but (do not read until I tell you to)
11) WHAT IS A CLAUSE ? - AND GIVE ME AN EXAMPLE ! A clause is a group
of words which contains a finite verb, but does not make complete
sense by itself. For example, "which I told you about"
12) WHAT ARE THE TWO KINDS OF CLAUSES? The two kinds of clauses
are principal and subordinate
13) HOW ARE SUBORDINATE CLAUSES JOINED TO PRINCIPAL
CLAUSES? - AND GIVE ME AN EXAMPLE! Subordinate clauses are joined
to principal clauses by conjunctions. For example,
"That is the car which I like"
14) WHAT IS THE PARADIGM OF THE VERB "TO LAY" (MEANING "TO
PUT") ? The paradigm of the verb "to lay" is "lay - laid - laid"
803 15) GIVE ME AN EXAMPLE OF THE CONSTRUCTION - VERB +
OBJECT + ADJECTIVE An example of the construction - verb + object
+ adjective is "Work makes us tired"
16) WHEN DO WE USE THE "TO" INFINITIVE ? - AND GIVE ME SOME
EXAMPLES ! We use the "to" infinitive after an adjective, a past participle,
a noun, or a pronoun. For example, after an adjective, "They were pleased
to hear the news"; after a past participle, "He will be very interested to know
what you have told me"; after a noun, "There are no good films to go and
see this evening"; and after a pronoun, "She has nobody to speak to"
17) WHAT IS A PHRASE ? - AND GIVE ME AN EXAMPLE ! A phrase is part of a
sentence. It is a collection of words that does not make complete
sense by itself. For example, "on the floor"
18) WHAT DO WE MEAN BY A PREPARATORY "IT"?-AND GIVE ME AN
EXAMPLE ! By a preparatory "it" we mean that the word "it" is used to prepare
ourselves for a phrase which is going to follow. For example, "It is not very easy
to speak a foreign language well"
19) HOW DO YOU EXPLAIN THE FACT THAT WE SAY "WHAT TIME
DID YOU GET UP THIS MORNING ?" AND NOT "WHAT TIME HAVE
YOU GOT UP THIS MORNING ?", EVEN THOUGH THE TIME (THIS
MORNING) IS NOT FINISHED ? We explain this by the fact that perhaps we
are thinking of that part of the morning which is now finished
804 20) WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE CHANGE A QUESTION FROM DIRECT
INTO INDIRECT SPEECH ? - AND GIVE ME AN EXAMPLE ! When we change
a question from Direct into Indirect Speech, we use a verb like "ask" instead
of "say"; we do not use a question mark; and we put the subject
before the verb. For example, "Can you give me a book?"
becomes "I asked you if you could give me a book"
21) WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE CHANGE A COMMAND FROM DIRECT
INTO INDIRECT SPEECH ? - AND GIVE ME AN EXAMPLE ! When we change
a command from Direct into Indirect Speech, we use words like "told,
commanded, ordered"; and, in the case of a negative command, the
"do not" becomes simply "not". For example, "Don't walk [ Pobierz całość w formacie PDF ]




 

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