By Jeremy Harmer
Greater than phrases были созданы с целями:
a) помочь студентам узнать больше о словах, то есть дать полное знание о слове и его использовании в английском
b) помочь студентам узнать больше о соварах, ассоциируемых с определенной тематикой (здоровье, сон, прогулка, одежда, чувства и настроение, связи, характеры) чтобы помочь студентам запомнить эти слова и практиковать их.
c) чтобы обеспечить материал, который стимулирует помогая студентам понять больше о словаре английского и как функционируе язык.
d) чтобы обеспечить материал материал, который может быть использован, обеспечить материал чтобы способствовать общую работу по объединению навыков и другие типы изучения языка.
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All/some/none of these can be used in sentences with the pattern: verb + indirect object + direct object. It is/isn't necessary to leam which verbs can't take both patterns. g. it, him), the indirect object usually comes/ doesn't come before it. t) In the following, put the indirect object and the direct object in the correct order. Use a preposition only if necessary. Examples: John gave (a present/Mary) —» John gave Mary a present Say (the magic words/him) —» Say the magic words to him. a George read (his children/a story) before they went to sleep.
A cup o f . . three bowls o f . . a bunch o f . . a pinch o f . . a drop o f . . Countable and uncountable Stir-fry Chicken and Vegetables (for two) Ingredients boneless chicken meat (200 grams) bean sprouts (100 grams) 7 or 8 mushrooms 1 green pepper thin noodles (100 grams) Cut the chicken, pepper and mushrooms into small pieces. Chop the onion and garlic finely. Put 1 tablespoon of groundnut oil into the wok and heat well. Then add the chopped onion and garlic. Stir until lightly browned.
Then, with a partner, try to express the same meaning using different words. a Put your clothes away. This room is a mess! b Get the story on with: I want to know what happened. c The plane took off three hours late. d Bob: You made up that story, didn't you? Sue: No, I didn't make up it. e Can you put me up for the night? Hotels are so expensive. I Get the car in. I'll drive you to the airport. g Get the car out. I want to put my motorbike in the garage. h John is going to stand in for Lynn while she's on holiday.
More than words vocabulary for upper intermediate to advanced students by Jeremy Harmer