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[08/28/13]   WATCH VS. LOOK AT

To look at - When you look at something (or someone) you are interested in the appearance of that thing or person.

Generally we look at things that are static.

For example:

Look at these photos, they're really good.
I went to the art gallery to look at the exhibition of paintings.
Look at her, dressed up like a dog's dinner. What on earth does she think she looks like?

To watch is a verb.

When you watch someone or something you are interested in what happens.

Generally we watch things that move or change state.

For example:

I watch TV every night.
The security guard watched the shoplifter steal the clock.

!Note - If I say to you "Look at him!" I mean for you to check out his appearance. But, if I say to you "Watch him!" you can take it as a warning (coi chừng)


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Trung Tâm Ngoại Ngữ Kiến Văn sẽ tổng khai giảng các lớp mới vào ngày 1-9. Các bạn có nhu cầu học, nhanh chân đăng ký nhé.

Countries, Nationalities & Languages Part 1

[08/14/13]   STUFF vs. THINGS

Stuff as a noun "stuff" can be used to describe any articles, material, or even activity.

For example: "He is so messy, he has left all his stuff lying around."

"I've got so much stuff to do, I'll never finish it all!"

As a verb "to stuff" means to fill something tightly.

For example: "We stuffed the chicken with sage and onion stuffing."

Thing can be used to refer to anything you don't want to, or can't give a specific name to.

For example "Where is that wooden thing I was using?"

The plural of thing is things.

For example: "They say those things will do all the work in the future, but I think I'll be retired by then."

Stuff can be things and things can be stuff, but stuff is uncountable, whereas things are countable. If you have so many things that you can't count them all, and you have to stuff them all into cupboards and boxes, you probably have too much stuff.


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[07/23/13]   THERE vs. THEY'RE vs. THEIR

There can be used as an adjective of place:-
For example: "The car is over there in the car park."

There can also be used as the introductory subject in sentences:
For example: "There are some grammar pages on this web site."

They're is the a contraction of "they are".
For example: "They're always surfing the Internet."

Their is a possessive pronoun like "her" or "our".
For example: "Have they done their homework?"

Example: "There's a large family in this town. Look they're over there by their car."


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[07/15/13]   Những cấu trúc thông dụng (PART 2)

5/ Have/ get + something + done (V3) (nhờ ai hoặc thuê ai làm gì...)
Ex: I had my hair cut yesterday.
I would like to have my shoes repaired.
6/ It + be + time + S + V (-ed)/V2 / It’s +time +for someone +to do something (đã đến lúc ai đó phải làm gì...)
Ex: It is time you had a shower = It’s time for you to have a shower.
It’s time for me to ask all of you for this question.
7/ It + takes/took+ someone + amount of time + to do something (làm gì... mất bao nhiêu thời gian...)
Ex: It takes me 5 minutes to get to school.
It took him 10 minutes to do this exercise yesterday.
8/ S + find+ it+ adj to do something (thấy ... để làm gì...)
Ex: I find it very difficult to learn English.
They found it easy to deal with that problem.
9/ To prefer + Noun/ V-ing + to + N/ V-ing. (Thích cái gì/làm gì hơn cái gì/ làm gì)
Ex: I prefer dosg to cats.
I prefer reading books to watching TV.
10/ Would rather + V­ (infinitive) + than + V (infinitive) (thích làm gì hơn làm gì)
Ex: She would play games than read books.
I’d rather learn Maths than go out with friends.

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[07/14/13]   Những cấu trúc câu thông dụng (part 1)

1/ S + V+ too + adj/adv + (for someone) + to do something (quá....để cho ai làm gì...),
Ex: This structure is too easy for you to remember.
He ran too fast for me to follow.
2/ S + V + so + adj/ adv + that +S + V (quá... đến nỗi mà...)
Ex: This box is so heavy that I cannot take it.
He speaks so soft that we can’t hear anything.
3/ It + V + such + (a/an) + N(s) + that + S +V (quá... đến nỗi mà...)
Ex: It is such a heavy box that I cannot take it.
It is such interesting books that I have read it three times.
4/ S + V + adj/ adv + enough + (for someone) + to do something. (Đủ... cho ai đó làm gì...),
Ex 1: She is old enough to get married.
They are old enough for me to teach them Maths.

[07/12/13]   TO vs. TOO vs. TWO

To is the most common form. When to is used before a verb it forms part of the infiinitive:-

For example: to learn, to do, to be, to drink...
"I need to make an appointment."

To is also a preposition, often used to indicate direction, which begins a prepositional phrase.

For example: to the limit, to hell and back
Example: "Walk to the end of the street."

Too is an adjective meaning "extra or more than necessary" - after all it has 2 Os - 1 too many?

For example: too much, too big, too small...
"The film was too long."

Too is also an adjective meaning "also"

For example: me too
"I thought it was too long, too."

Two is a number: 2.

For example: one, two, three...
"I only drank two pints of beer."

More examples:

We went to a football match. (preposition)

We like to watch a good film at the weekend. (infinitive)

We ate too much. (meaning "excessively")

I like baseball, too. (meaning "also")

Six divided by three is two. (number)

They own two cars. (number)


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[07/11/13]   Than can be used as a conjunction and as a preposition in English.

For example: "Laika is smaller than Sam."

For example: "When I looked at my money, I had less than I thought I had."

Then can be used as an adjective or an adverb. It is used to describe time in the past or the future.

For example: "They say machines will do all the work in the future, but I think I'll be retired by then."


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To remember: be able to bring back a piece of information into your mind, or to keep a piece of information in your memory. (ghi nhớ, nhớ lại)

For example:- I remember when I used to go to school on foot, my classmates laughed at me.

To miss: to feel sad when a person or thing is not present. (nhớ nhung)
I really missed her when she went away.
I still miss my old car. I sold it last month.

To remind: to make someone aware of something they have forgotten or might have forgotten.(nhắc nhở, gợi cho nhớ)

For example:-
remind sb to do st: Could you remind me to check the forum?
remind sb of st/sb: Janet reminded me of my ex-girlfriend.

Note - If you remind someone of something, then they'll remember it.

who do you have to defeat?

The TENSES of English

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[07/04/13]   SCARED vs. SCARY

Scared is an adjective used to describe a person or maybe an animal that is frightened or worried. (bị làm/hù cho sợ)

For example: "Hirantha was too scared to go white water kayaking in Sri Lanka."

Scary (scarey) is an adjective used to describe something or someone that causes fear or terror. (bản chất là làm cho người khác sợ)

For example: "The horror movie was really scary."

!Note - Just remember "I'm scared of scary things, but I'm not scary."


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