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قديم 03-04-2005, 04:30 PM   #15
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Wallah ... it's a sooooooooooooooooo great job dear SWORD ... Really , you catch the missed points for all English levels .... we are following you dear brother
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Thanks and it's our aim to master the English language ,you're welcome

Bother Alsaher

Thanks for your passing by and for your words


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No 7: accommodation

x I can’t find the right accomodation
√ I can’t find the right accommoation


accommodation (double c, double m)

√ Accommodation in london are very expensive AmE
√ Accommodation in London is very expensive


In British English accommodation (= a place to live or spend the night) is always uncountable. In American English it can be countable

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No 8: accord

x People think he resigned on his own accord
√ People think he resigned of his own accord


of your own accord , NOT on

No 9: according to

x According to me, we should spend more money on education
√ In my opinion, we should spend more money on education


According to can’t be followed by me or for

No 10: accuse

x Some unemplyed men accuse women for taking their jobs
√ Some unemployed men accuse women of taking their jobs


accuse someone of something, not for

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No 11: ac******ed

x Having lived in England for two years, I’m now ac******ed myself to the cold weather
√ Having lived in England for two years, I’m now ac******ed to the cold weather


be/grow ac******ed to something or ac****** yourself to something
Compare: ‘He soon grew ac******ed to the harsh working conditions.’ ,‘He soon ac******ed himself to the harsh working conditions,’
Note that more informal alternative ‘He soon got used to the harsh working conditions. ’


x It took me six months to get ac******ed with the climate
√ It took me six months to get ac******ed to the climate


get accusomed to something not with

x Where I come from, we’re not ac******ed to see so many things in the shops
√ Where I come from, we’re not ac******ed to seeing so many things in the shops


be ac******ed to + v-ing

التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة SWORD ; 21-04-2005 الساعة 05:36 PM
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No 12: actual

x We’d like to know more about the actual crisis, not the economic problems of the past
√ We’d like to know more about the present/current crisis, not the economic problems of the past


actual = real (as opposed to ‘guessed’, ‘supposed , etc.’): ‘People think he is over fifty but his actual age is forty-eight.’

present/current = happening or existing now


No 13: actually

x We need to produce and export more than we do actually
√ We need to produce and export more than we do at present


actually = strange as it may seem; in fact (despite what is said or thought): ‘People think we’ve got lots money, but actually we’re very poor.’

At present = now


No 14: address

x I'll give you my adress
√ I'll give you my address


address (Double D)

التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة SWORD ; 21-04-2005 الساعة 05:39 PM
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Sword

We are all reading and learing what you have been writing.


Thank y0Y s0 Much


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قديم 07-04-2005, 02:55 PM   #22
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You're welcome Mr Be Real






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No 15: advice

x I adviced him to tell the police
√ I advised him to tell the police


Advice is a noun
Advice is a verb


x She gave me a good advice
√ She gave me some good advice


Advice is an uncountable noun
Note the alternative: ' She gave me a good piece of advice'


No 16: advise

x I asked my lawyer for her advise
√ I asked my lawyer for her advice


Advise is a verb
Advice is a noun


No 17: affair

x There's a new affair in the middle of Helsinki which sells them
√ There's a new shop in the middle of Helsinki which sells them


affair = a thing, matter, or happening: 'The murder of the politician was a terrible affair.'

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No 18: affect

x It's a magazine about computers and their affects on your lives
√ It's a magazine about computers and their effects on your lives


Affect (with a) is a verb. To affect something is to have an effect on it :'Smoking affects your health.' (= Smoking has an effect on your health).

No 19: afford

x A newspaper can be a afforded by most people
√ Most people can afford a newspaper


afford is rarely used in passive

x My father couldn't afford paying for my education
√ My father couldn't afford to pay for my education


afford (to do) something

x My father couldn't afford himself to lend me any money
√ My father couldn't afford to lend me any money


Afford isn't a reflexive verb (reflexive means showing that the action of the verb affects the person who performs the action e.g. he cut himself, cut is a reflexive verb and himself is a reflexive pronoun) definition from Oxford dictionary

x I want to get my coat back because I can’t afford the money for a new one
√ I want to get my coat back because I can’t afford (to buy) a new one


Money is rarely used as an object of afford

التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة SWORD ; 21-04-2005 الساعة 05:48 PM
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الله يجزاك الف خير ...ولا يضيع لك تعب ...


Best Wishes,
Leyan
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قديم 10-04-2005, 01:19 AM   #26
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Sister Leyan


It's a very good topic and exciting in the same time

Hope all of you enjoy it


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No 20: afraid

x The road to the airport was very busy and we were afraid to miss the plane
√ The road to the airport was very busy and we were afraid of missing the plane


Be afraid to do something = be unwilling to do something because you’re frightened : ‘She was afraid to eat in case it was poisonous’.
Be afraid of doing something = be worried or anxious about something which might happen


No 21: after

x The flight had been very pleasant until a man sitting after me started to shout
√ The flight had been very pleasant until a man sitting behind me started to shout


after = following in time or order: ‘I’ll see you after lunch.’ ‘Remember to put a full stop after the last word.’

Behind = at the back of


x After a week we’re going to Italy
√ In a week’s time we’re going to Italy


In a week OR in a week’s time = after or at the end of a week

x Most of the people on the bus were after sixty
√ Most of the people on the bus were over sixty


The preposition over is used with ages (and numbers) to mean more than

x I promised to meet Hitomi at the exhibition a week after
√ I promised to meet Hitomi at the exhibition a week later


The use of after as an adverb (in place of later) is very colloquial (colloquial= informal) and is likely to be regarded as non-standard by careful user

√ AmE A police car arrived within minutes and soon after, an ambulance came
√ BrE A police car arrived within minutes and soon afterwards, an ambulance came


In British English the use of after as an adverb (in place of afterwards) is common in informal usage but is regarded by careful users as non-standard

√ After you’ll leave, we will write to you every day
√ After you leave/have left, we will write to you every day


After is followed by the present simple tense (or present perfect) for future reference, NOT shall/will + verb

التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة SWORD ; 21-04-2005 الساعة 07:27 PM
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Great Job Sword

It's Soo Helpful

WISH U ALL THE BEST
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