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Çrş Tem 11, 2018 4:44 pm
Forum: İngilizce Konu Anlatımı
Başlık: Homophones - Eşsesliler
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Homophones - Eşsesliler

Homophones Homophone is a word pronounced the same as another word but has different meaning. It does not matter whether they are spelled in the same way or not. Okunuşları / Söylenişleri aynı anlam ve kökleri farklı kelimeler, sesteş,eşsesli, homonim. Homophones Homophones Pronunciation Ate Eight /...
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Çrş Tem 11, 2018 4:40 pm
Forum: Advanced
Başlık: INGILIZCE INFINITIVES AND GERUNDS
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INGILIZCE INFINITIVES AND GERUNDS

When we use two verbs together the form of the second verb usually depends on the first. Verbs can be followed by the following patterns: + gerund : keep on, miss, stop, avoid, begin, continue, don’t mind, end up, enjoy, finish, hate, keep, like, love, forget, prefer, regret, remember, start, try eg...
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Çrş Tem 11, 2018 4:40 pm
Forum: Advanced
Başlık: INGILIZCE TIME EXPRESSIONS WITH PAST SIMPLE AND PRESENT PERFECT
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INGILIZCE TIME EXPRESSIONS WITH PAST SIMPLE AND PRESENT PERFECT

We can use the Present Perfect with time expressions which mean up to and including now. eg. over the past few days/months/years so far during the last couple of days/weeks/months up until now We can use the Past Simple with definite time expressions in the past. eg. yesterday, a few weeks ago, last...
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Çrş Tem 11, 2018 4:39 pm
Forum: Advanced
Başlık: INGILIZCE REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS
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INGILIZCE REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS

We can use reflexive pronouns: – after like, as well as, as(for), etc instead of object pronouns eg. What makes people like yourself want to be an actor? – to emphasise a noun, pronoun or noun phrase eg. I like the work, but the job itself is very tiring. – to make it clear that an object refers to ...
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Çrş Tem 11, 2018 4:39 pm
Forum: Advanced
Başlık: INGILIZCE CLEFT SENTENCES
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INGILIZCE CLEFT SENTENCES

Cleft sentences divide a message into two parts, using what or if clauses. They can shift the focus of attention to more important or contradictory information. The information we choose to focus on is put after what or if in the sentence. eg. The sentence: Sarah studied architecture at Curtin Unive...
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Çrş Tem 11, 2018 4:38 pm
Forum: Advanced
Başlık: INGILIZCE FORMAL AND INFORMAL WAYS OF COMPARING
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INGILIZCE FORMAL AND INFORMAL WAYS OF COMPARING

Words and phrases used to modify comparative forms: Formal A big difference —> decidedly, a good deal, significantly, distinctly A small difference —> somewhat, barely, marginally eg. significantly more intelligent, marginally higher Informal A big difference —> way, loads, miles, not half as … as, ...
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Çrş Tem 11, 2018 4:38 pm
Forum: Advanced
Başlık: INGILIZCE PARAPHRASING
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INGILIZCE PARAPHRASING

When we need to explain or clarify something we have already said, we often use phrases to indicate to the listener that we are going to say the same thing in a different way. For example: Which simply/just/basically means… And what it/this/that means is… What I mean by that is… By which I mean… Wha...
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Çrş Tem 11, 2018 4:37 pm
Forum: Advanced
Başlık: INGILIZCE CONDITIONALS: BASIC AND NON-BASIC FORMS
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INGILIZCE CONDITIONALS: BASIC AND NON-BASIC FORMS

Basic Forms: Zero conditional: If + subject + Present Simple, subject + Present Simple —> talks about a general truth/fact eg. If water reachs 100 degrees, it boils. NB: we can use ‘when’ instead of ‘if’ in zero conditionals First conditional: If + subject + Present Simple, subject + will + infiniti...
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Çrş Tem 11, 2018 4:37 pm
Forum: Advanced
Başlık: INGILIZCE CONNECTING WORDS
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INGILIZCE CONNECTING WORDS

Addition: We use connecting words to join clauses and sentences that add information. as well/ too – come at the end of a clause eg. Alice works at the supermarket during the day. She has a night job, too/ as well. also – at the beginning or the middle of a clause eg. The weather is really unpredict...
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Çrş Tem 11, 2018 4:36 pm
Forum: Advanced
Başlık: INGILIZCE IMPERSONAL REPORT STRUCTURES
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INGILIZCE IMPERSONAL REPORT STRUCTURES

Impersonal report structures are commonly found in reports and newspapers when we want to distance ourselves from information which is not necessarily our opinion. Reporting with The Passive: – it + passive + that-clause eg. It is believed that an assassination attempt was made on the president. Oth...

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