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Một số Phrasal verbs thông dụng (ngữ động từ/cụm động từ/động từ phức hợp… gọi là gì cũng được)

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Separable Phrasal Verbs

The object may come after the following phrasal verbs or it may separate the two parts:

  • You have to do this paint job over.
  • You have to do over this paint job.

When the object of the following phrasal verbs is a pronoun, the two parts of the phrasal verb must be separated:

  • You have to do it over.

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Vốn từ tiếng Anh bao nhiêu thì đủ xài?

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How many words do you need to know in English? This is a very common question and it varies depending on your goal.

  1. There are roughly 100,000 word-families in the English language.
  2. A native English speaking person knows between 10,000 (uneducated) to 20,000 (educated) word families.
  3. Professor Paul Nation found that a person needs to know 8,000-9,000 word families to enjoy reading a book.
  4. Studying heritage language learners reveal that a person with a vocabulary size of 2,500 passive word-families and 2,000 active word-families can speak a language fluently.

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Tiếng Anh “cố tình dưới chuẩn” dùng trong lời bài hát

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Are you annoyed by song lyrics that do not obey the rules of grammar? Do you correct them as you sing along? To mark the inclusion of English Grammar Today on Cambridge Dictionaries Online, we thought we’d count down some of the worst offences against the rules of grammar committed by songwriters, either deliberately, or without knowing.

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20 từ ra đời trong thập kỷ 20 của thế kỷ trước hiện vẫn được sử dụng

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The 1920s wasn’t just a period of decadence and flappers in a post-war haze of happiness. While The Great Gatsby drew attention to a world of insouciantpleasure-seeking, the 1920s also saw plenty of words enter the language. Some seem apt for the era, some might surprise, and all twenty selected below have survived for almost a century.

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