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How to avoid making mistakes in English

Use simple language: Some beginners try to build very complicated sentences with things like the present perfect tense or conditionals. They make horrible mistakes. Don't do this! If you've just started to speak or write in English, you should say what you can say (simple sentences that you have seen many times) — not what you want to say (complicated sentences). You may feel you're talking like a child or that you are not expressing your thoughts, but don't worry about it. Right now, your task is not to express your thoughts freely; your task is to learn the language.

 

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had better (‘d better

Remember that we use had better (‘d better)  the same way as should,

 

 

but when we use  had better, it’s implicit that if we don’t follow the advice,

 

 

we may have negative consequences.

 

 

Look at how to use had better in the negative, affirmative and interrogative

 

 

forms:

 

 

You’d better get a move on it, or you’ll be late for school. (affirmative)

 

 

She’d better not cheat on the exam, or the teacher may catch her

 

 in the act. (negative)

 

 

Should Susan stay out so late?

 

(in the interrogative, we normally use should instead of had better)

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Confusing Words

There are many words in English that we are counfusing

 

how to use them. here are some Examples:

 

 

 

Channel or Canal?

 

 

Channel: the deepest parts of a river, or sea passages

 

Canal: waterways dug in the ground, esp. to allow

 

ships or boats to travel along

 

 

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COMMON MISTAKES IN ENGLISH 1

GOOD VS. WELL

 

Good is an adjective and well is an adverb. Many people, including many native speakers,

 incorrectly use the adjective form good, rather than the adverb well.

 

a)     He played the piece very                  1) good           2) well.

b)     In my opinion, he's a                    1) good              2) well              tennis player.

c)     People think he is quite a               1) good              2) well              speaker.

d)     Jane was quite                               1) good             2) well          at the paino.

e)     Our neighbour speaks Italian               1) good         2) well.

 

IT'S VS. ITS

 

It's is the contracted form of It is. This form is used in sentences using "they"

as the subject of the sentence with the verb "to be" used as either the helping verb

(e.g. It's going ..., It's raining ...) or the principal verb of the sentence. Its is the possessive

 pronoun form. This form is used to express that "it" has a specific quality, or that something

 belongs to "it".

 

a) I think          1) it's       2) its    time to go home.

b)        1)It's      2) Its           colour is blue.

c) Mary laid her child in           1)it's   2)its          bed for the night.

d) Could you give this back to Susan? I think                    1)it's          2) its       hers.

e) Sometimes                     1) it's            2) its                best just to give up.

 

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what for

 

Note:  however, that in such cases we always put what at the beginning of

 

the sentence and for at the end of the sentence. 

 

  E.g.      Why did he go there?        OR     What did he go there for?

 

                 Why did he say that?       OR     What did he say that for?

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May, Might , Could

  • Use may, might, and could to talk about future possibility.
  •  
  • Use may not and might not to express the possibility that something will not happen.
  •  
  • Use couldn’t to say that something is impossible.

 

Don’t use may, might or could  for questions about possibility. Instead use will,

be going to or present progressive.

 

Subject          +        Modal               +          Verb         +        Complement

 I                            May (not)                        go                 to London, this Summer.

 You                        Might (not)

 They                      Could (not)

 

      

REMEMBER                             Modal         +      Verb   (base form) 

                                                 

                                It           might                    rain                        later.

 

WARNING!

Maybe is not a modal. It is an adverb. It is always one word and it comes at

 the beginning of the sentence.

                 

They may have a problem at the office.

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HOW TO WRITE A BIOGRAPHY


 RULES

 

1.     Place of birth Date of birth

 

 

 

2.     School

  

 

3.     Family/Childhood         

 

 

4.     Studies/university/Education

 

 

5.    Marriage /Children/Adulthood

                                                     

                                                    

 6.     Events/ Important facts Accomplishment

 

7.     Place of death/Date of death

 

 EXAMPLES

1.     He/She was born in .... on .....

 

 

2.     He/She went to the.... school in....

 

3.     His/Her parents were ......

He /She had...brothers/sisters.

 

4.     He/She wanted to be..... so, he/she studied ....

 

5.     When he/she was.... he married to....and he/she had....children.

 

6.     He/She became a very successful ......

 

7.     He/She died in ... on....

JUST FOLLOW THE STEPS ABOVE

 

USE THESE EXPRESSIONS WHEN YOU WRITE A BIOGRAPHY:

 

1.     When he/she was a child.....

2.     When he/she was younger ....

3.     At the age of................ / When he/she was .... years old, ....

4.     Some years later, ........

5.     After that, .........       / Before that, .........

6.     In the year .....

7.     As soon as he/she.........

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جملات عامیانه ی انگلیسی

Don't dare do that again!.........دیگه نبینم از این غلط ها بکنی

 

Ok, now give!   …………….………….…………خوب بنال ببینم

 

I'll teach you!   ……….….………..…….حالا بهت نشون میدم

 

Quite a party!   …………………….…………عجب مهمانی ای

 

It was heaven!  …..…….…………….…………محشر بود

 

There is a dear!  …………….……..………..….…..قربونت برم

 

Mind how you go!  …….…….......………مواظب خودت باش

 

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ENGLISH TENSES زمانها در انگلیسی

There are a lot of different tense tables and this is one

 more variant which can be very handy for both

 teachers and students. It can be used to remind

 students of the different uses of tenses.

 

I hope you like it and find it useful.

 

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Let’s practise prepositions

choose the best preposition for each sentences:

(Answer key included)

 

1.    Don’t ask Martha to help you with the homework. She’s

bad ….. mathematics.

 

2.    Lucy was absent ……. school last week. She was ill so she

decided to stay …….. bed.

 

3.    Albert Einstein was brilliant ……. physics.

 

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