domenica 21 dicembre 2014

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alarm clock
bed: noun / Dicios /
• I go to bed every night at 9 o’clock PM.
• The woman is resting in the bed.
• king-sized bed
• rest in a bed

noun /naʊn/

noun
a content word that can be used to refer to a person, place, thing, quality, or action ⤻
the word class that can serve as the subject or object of a verb, the object of a preposition, or in apposition ⤻
ORIGIN: 14c., Anglo-French noun "name, noun," from Old French nom, non, from Latin nomen "name, noun."

domenica 16 febbraio 2014

Frasi chiavi per la lingua inglese. XXXIIª Serie: Modelli di costruzione della frase.

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Sommario: 1. Hello. –  2. I’m John. – 3. Hello, I’m John. What’s your name? - 4. Man or woman? woman!  - 5. I’m John and I’m tired. - 6. John, are you tired? Yes, I’m tired. - 7. I’m tired. I’m tired too. - 8. How are you? I’m tired. - 9. Hello, John! Hello! How are you? - 10. How are you, John? I’m very well, thak you! - 11. I’m hungry. I’ll get you something to eat. - 12. I’m John. What? Oh, you’re John! - 13.He’s tired. - 14. He’s young. Oh, is he young? - 15.  Are you young? No, I’m old. - 16. Is he American or Germany? He’s American. - 17. It’s one o’clock. - 18. What time is it? - 19. It’s four o’clock. I’m sorry I’m late. - 20.




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Hello

1. Hello, hello.
2. Good-bye, good-by.




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I’m John.

1. I’m John.
2. I’m Mary.
3. I ’m Peter.
4. I’m José.
5. I’m John Smith.



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Hello,  I’m John. What’s your name?

1. Hello, I’m John.
2. Hello, I’m Mary.
3. What’s your name?
4. Hello, I’m Peter.


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Man or woman? woman!

1. Man or woman?
• woman!
2. Old or young?
•  old.
3. Old or youg?
• young.


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I’m John and I’m tired.

1. I’m John and I’m tired.
2. I’m Mary and I’m hungry.
3. I’m José and I’m thirsty.



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John, are you tired? Yes, I’m tired.

1. John, are you tired?
• Yes, I’m tired.
2. Mary, are you hungry?
• Yes, I’m hungry.
3. John, are you thirsty?
• Yes, I’m thirsty.
4. John, are you happy?
• Yes, I’m happy.
5. Mary, are you unhappy?
• Yes, I’m unhappy.


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I’m tired. I’m tired too.

1. I’m tired.
• I’m tired too.
2. I’m hungry.
• I’m hungry too.
3. I’m thirsty.
• I’m thirsty, too.
4. I’m happy.
• I’m happy too.
5. I’m unhappy.
• I’m unhappy too.


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How are you? I’m tired.

1. How are you?
• I’m tired.
2. How are you?
• I’m thirsty.
3. How are you?
• I’m hungry.


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Hello, John! Hello! How are you?

1. Hello, John! Hello! How are you?
2. Hello, Mary! Hello! How are you?
3. Hello, Peter! Hello! How are you?

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How are you, John? I’m very well, thak you!

1. How are you, John?
• I’m very well, thank you!
2. How are you, Mary?
• I’m very well, thank you!
3. How are you, Peter?
• I’m very well, thank you!


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I’m hungry. I’ll get you something to eat.

1. I’m hungry.
• I’ll get you something to eat.
2. I’m thirsty.
• I’ll get you something to drink.
3. I’m bored.
• I’ll get you something to read. 

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I’m John. What? Oh, you’re John!

1. I’m John.
• What? Oh, you’re John!
2. I’m Mary.
• What? Oh, you’re Mary!
3. I’m Peter.
• What? Oh, you’re Peter!

13. - S - H -

He’s tired


1. He’s tired.
2. She’s tired.
3. She’s thirsty.
4. He’s thirsty.

14. - S - H -

He’s young. Oh, is he young?


1. He’s young.
• Oh, is he young?
2. She’stired.
• Oh, is she tired?
3. He’s thirsty.
• Oh, is she thirsty?
4. He’s old.
• Oh, is he old?


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Are you young? No, I’m old.


1. Are you young?
• No, I’m old.
2. Are you thirsty?
• No, I’m tired.
3. Are you hungry?
• No, I’m thirsty.



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Is he American or Germany? He’s American.


1. Is he American or Germany?
• He’s American.
2. Is she English or Egyptian?
• She’s English.
3. Is he Spanish or English?
• He’s Spanish.
4. Is he hyngry or thirsty?
• He’s hungry.
5. Is he young or old?
• He’s young.

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It’s one o’clock

1. It’s one o’clock.

2. It’s two o’clock.

3. It’s three o’clock.
4. It’s four o’clock.

5. It’s five o’clock.
6, It’s six o’clock.

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What time is it?

1. What time is it?

2. It’s two o’clock.

3. It’s three o’clock.
4. It’s four o’clock.

5. It’s five o’clock.
6, It’s six o’clock.

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It’s four o’clock. I’m sorry I’m late.

1. It’s four o’clok.

• I’m sorry I’m late.

2. It’s three o’clock.
•  I’m sorry I’m late.
3. It’s four o’clock.
•  I’m sorry I’m late.

4. It’s five o’clock.
• I’m sorry I’m late. 
5.  It’s six o’clock.
•  I’m sorry I’m late.











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giovedì 6 febbraio 2014

Frasi chiavi per la lingua inglese. XVª Serie: Grammatica formale: a) La frase.

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Avvertenza: anche per questa questa nuova “serie” delle nostre “frasi chiave” ci si avvale chiaramente di grammatiche in uso, da cui si traggono esempi e ispirazione, prestando la massima attenzione a non violare il copyright. Non sapremmo come organizzare il nostro studio personalizzato e autodidattico di una lingua senza fare uso di grammatiche e dizionari esistenti.
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Sommario: 1. La frase semplice. - 2. La frase complessa. - 3. La frase formata con un verbo. - 4. Frasi nominali senza verbo. - 5. La frase come proposizione principale. - 6. La frase come insieme di proposizioni coordinate. - 7. La frase con proposizioni subordinate. - 8. Strutturazione della frase. –


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La frase semplice

1. Our neighbours are respectable people.
2.
4.

5. 
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La frase complessa

1. Our neighbours are respectable people although they are not very firendly.



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La frase formata con un verbo

1. Tom arrived hom.


4. - S - H -

Frasi nominali senza verbo

1. An apple, please.


5. - S - H -

La frase come proposizione principale

1. The Rabbit noticed Alice.


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La frase come insieme di proposizioni coordinate

1. A particle is either a preposition or an adverb.


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La frase con proposizioni subordinate

1. The Rabbit come to the door, and tried to open it.

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Strutturazione della frase:

Soggetto Verbo Predicato Complementi: oggetto, termine, altri.

1. Susan is happy.
2. Susan is a healty girl.
3. They have arrived.
4. John saw the accident.
5. Alice heard a loud voice outside the house.
6.  The old woman disliked any decoration in the rooms.
7. Father gave a bicycle to Janet for the birthday.


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giovedì 30 gennaio 2014

Frasi chiavi per la lingua inglese. Homepage.


Seconda Serie: Grammatica Intermediate. Sommario: Sommario: 1. Present continuous (I am doing). –  2. Present simple (I do). – 3. Past simple (I did). - 

Quarta Serie: Vocabulary 1 Elementary. Sommario: 1. The family. –  2. Birth, marriage and death. – 3. Parts of the body. - 

Quinta Serie: Vocabulary 2: Pre- and  Intermediate. Sommario: 1. Country, nationality and language. –  2. The phisical world. – 3. Wheater. - 

Nona Serie: Phrasal verbs 1: Intermediate. Sommario: 1. Phrasal verbs: the basics. –  2.  Phrasal verbs: what they mean. – 3. Particle on phrasal verbs. -

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XIVª Serie:

XVª Serie: Grammatica descrittiva: La Frase: Sommario:
XVIª Serie: Grammatica descrittiva: L’articolo: Sommario:
XVIIª Serie: Grammatica descrittiva: I nomi: Sommario:
XVIIIª Serie: Grammatica descrittiva: La Frase: Sommario: 
XIXª Serie: Grammatica descrittiva: I pronomi personali: Sommario:
XXª Serie: Grammatica descrittiva: I possessivi: Sommario: 
XXIª Serie: Grammatica descrittiva: Gli indefiniti: Sommario:
XXIIª Serie: Grammatica descrittiva: L’aggettivo: Sommario: 
XXIIIª Serie: Grammatica descrittiva: I comparativi e i superlativi: Sommario:
XXIVª Serie: Grammatica descrittiva: I pronomi relativi: Sommario:
XXVª Serie: Grammatica descrittiva: I pronomi e gli aggettivi interrogativi: Sommario:
XXVIª Serie: Grammatica descrittiva: Le preposizioni: Sommario: 
XXVIIª Serie: Grammatica descrittiva: Il verbo: Sommario:
XXVIIIª Serie: Grammatica descrittiva: I verbi modali: Sommario: 
XXIXª Serie: Grammatica descrittiva: Costrutti tipici del verbo inglese: Sommario:
XXXª Serie: Grammatica descrittiva: L’avverbio: Sommario: 
XXXIª Serie: Grammatica descrittiva: Le congiunzioni: Sommario:
XXXIIª Serie: Modelli di costruzione della frase.

Frasi chiavi per la lingua inglese. Quattordicesima Serie: English Collocations. Advanced

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Sommario: 1. Collocations: a definition. - 2. Strong, fixed and weak collocations. - 3. Grammatical categories of collocation.  -


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Collocations: a definition

1. A collocation is a combination of two or more words wich frequently occur together.
2.
3. You can find the meaning of any new words in your dictionary.
4.

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Strong, fixed and weak collocations

A garden
1. A strong collocation is one in wich the words are very closely associated with each other.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6. Cover: She always felt overshadowed by her older, more successful, sister.
7. Cross: He overstepped the mark when he said that.
8. Will you be staying overnight?
9. Under- may indicate less than the desidered amount (a), or something below another thing (b), or some kind of negative behaviour (c).
10. Less: Don’t underestimate the time it will take.
A door
11. Less: The company is seriously understaffed.
12. Below: It’s quiet wet underfoot? Did it rain last night?
13. Below: The underlying question is a very difficult one.
14. Negative: I wish you would not undermine everything I do.
15. Negative: He did it a very in a very underhand way.
16. Up- can suggest a change of some kind, often positive.
17. The airline upgraded me to businnes class.
18. There has been an upturn in the economy.
19. Cross- (from across) usually indicates a link between two separated things.
20. Cross-border cooperation has led to a number of arrests of drug smugglers.
21. Cross-cultural misunderstanding often happen.




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Grammatical categories of collocation

A drink
1. Verb + noun:
1.1 draw up: a list, a contract.
1.2 Our lawer drew up a contract for use to sign: prepare something, usually official, in writing.
2.You can create phrasal verbs by adding different particles to a basic verbs.
3. In some phrasal verbs the particle has a clear basic meaning.
4. Jack invited me out: let’s go out together.
5. Rosie invited me in: Please come in!
6. Jil invited me over: Come to our place.
7. Paul invited me round: Come to my house for dinner or a drink.
8. Mark invited me up: come upstairs to my flat.
9. Susie invited me along: come with us!
10. Bill invited me back: come back home with me.
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Frasi chiavi per la lingua inglese. Tredicesima Serie: English Collocations. Intermediate

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Sommario: 1. Collocation: a definition. - 2. Intensifying adverbs. - 3. Everyday verbs. -


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Collocation: a definition.

1. A collocation is a pair or group of words that are often used together.
2.
3.
4.

5. 
6.


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Intensying adverbs

A garden
1. In English there are lots of other ways of saying very or very much.
2.
3. give: I gave my essay in yesterday.
4. Her parents finally gave in and let her go to the party.
5.
6. Cover: She always felt overshadowed by her older, more successful, sister.
7. Cross: He overstepped the mark when he said that.
8. Will you be staying overnight?
9. Under- may indicate less than the desidered amount (a), or something below another thing (b), or some kind of negative behaviour (c).
10. Less: Don’t underestimate the time it will take.
A door
11. Less: The company is seriously understaffed.
12. Below: It’s quiet wet underfoot? Did it rain last night?
13. Below: The underlying question is a very difficult one.
14. Negative: I wish you would not undermine everything I do.
15. Negative: He did it a very in a very underhand way.
16. Up- can suggest a change of some kind, often positive.
17. The airline upgraded me to businnes class.
18. There has been an upturn in the economy.
19. Cross- (from across) usually indicates a link between two separated things.
20. Cross-border cooperation has led to a number of arrests of drug smugglers.
21. Cross-cultural misunderstanding often happen.




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Everyday verbs

A drink
1. Make.
1.1 make arrangements for = The school can make arrangements for pupils with special needs.
2.
3. In some phrasal verbs the particle has a clear basic meaning.
4. Jack invited me out: let’s go out together.
5. Rosie invited me in: Please come in!
6. Jil invited me over: Come to our place.
7. Paul invited me round: Come to my house for dinner or a drink.
8. Mark invited me up: come upstairs to my flat.
9. Susie invited me along: come with us!
10. Bill invited me back: come back home with me.
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Frasi chiavi per la lingua inglese. Dodicesima Serie: English Idioms. Advanced

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Sommario: 1. Idioms: a definition. - 2. Proverbs. - 3. Euphemisms. -


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Idioms: a definition

1. Idioms are a type of formulaic language.
2. Formulaic language consists of fixed expressions which you learn and understand as units rather than as individual words.
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4.

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Proverbs

A garden
1. Proverbs are short sentences wich refer to something most people have experience and wich give advice or warnings.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6. Cover: She always felt overshadowed by her older, more successful, sister.
7. Cross: He overstepped the mark when he said that.
8. Will you be staying overnight?
9. Under- may indicate less than the desidered amount (a), or something below another thing (b), or some kind of negative behaviour (c).
10. Less: Don’t underestimate the time it will take.
A door
11. Less: The company is seriously understaffed.
12. Below: It’s quiet wet underfoot? Did it rain last night?
13. Below: The underlying question is a very difficult one.
14. Negative: I wish you would not undermine everything I do.
15. Negative: He did it a very in a very underhand way.
16. Up- can suggest a change of some kind, often positive.
17. The airline upgraded me to businnes class.
18. There has been an upturn in the economy.
19. Cross- (from across) usually indicates a link between two separated things.
20. Cross-border cooperation has led to a number of arrests of drug smugglers.
21. Cross-cultural misunderstanding often happen.




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Euphemisms

A drink
1. Euphemisms are a type of idiom to avoid saying words wich may offend or be considered unpleasant.
2.
3. In some phrasal verbs the particle has a clear basic meaning.
4. Jack invited me out: let’s go out together.
5. Rosie invited me in: Please come in!
6. Jil invited me over: Come to our place.
7. Paul invited me round: Come to my house for dinner or a drink.
8. Mark invited me up: come upstairs to my flat.
9. Susie invited me along: come with us!
10. Bill invited me back: come back home with me.
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