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Application Highlights transparent charts and motives *Student-friendly grammar charts with transparent details. *Examples followed via transparent factors. *Minimal grammar terminology for ease of knowing. In-depth grammar perform *Immediate software of grammatical types and meanings. *A number of workout forms together with warm-up, comprehension, of entirety, analyzing, listening, interview, and writing.
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Guidelines for Choosing a Definition in the Dictionary • Determine the part of speech of the unknown word. This is necessary because there may be several dictionary entries for one word as different parts of speech. • Look at the words that are used with it. If it is a part of a frequent combination of words, the definition may be listed separately. For example, you will find separately numbered definitions for sign up and sign off. The same is true of on sight and sight unseen (both li sted in the dictionary under sight).
The results of the first studies will be published next year. a. What part of speech is it? b. What words are found around it? c. What word or phrase could replace it? B. Compare your answers with those of another pair of students. If you disagree, look again at the paragraphs and explain your answers. EXERCISE 8 A. Working with another student, read the paragraphs and fill in the information about the underlined nonsense words. 1. During my stay in the city, I often used to sit on a stone wall by the riverbank in the early evening, hoping for a cool breeze—though there never was one.
Compare your answers with those of another student. B. Read the passage again and underline the words that are new to you. C. Look at the word lists in Appendices 1 and 2 (pages 303 and 308) for the words you underlined. Choose two of your underlined words that are on the lists and write them below. Then write the part of speech and the dictionary definition that best fits each word as it is used in the passage. Definition Word 1. research (noun) serious study of a subject to learn new facts about it 2.