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Thảo luận trong 'Bàn Trà' bắt đầu bởi notakid, 17/10/16.

  1. Dr. No

    Dr. No Lớp 5

    I only want to practise some English, that's all. :v I think, discussion in English is useful for our English. :D Be calm, guy! :p
     
  2. NQK

    NQK Lớp 9

    What's the room number?

    It's true that practice makes perfect. One modern way of testing your own speaking skill is to command Google Assistant or Siri to do something or ask her about something. Don't be shy if she understands you wrong at first. Better start with something simple, say, "Wake me up at 6" or "Text Honey that I love her". You'll be surprised.
    Sent from Oneplus One
     
    Chỉnh sửa cuối: 11/11/16
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  3. notakid

    notakid Lớp 1

    Ok bros. Let's do this :) . Did you ever know about 'quiz up'?
     
  4. notakid

    notakid Lớp 1

    I dont know. Which room?
     
  5. Dr. No

    Dr. No Lớp 5

    Imagine, you meet two men. One is very handsome, the other looks like King Kong. Both are very kind. If you tell them, "You guys are beautiful". What's going to happen then?
    1. Nothing?
    2. They smile happily? Or
    3. There'll be a battle?
     
    Chỉnh sửa cuối: 12/11/16
  6. notakid

    notakid Lớp 1

    I explained the reason : "Your children must be so happy having you as their father" . So I don't think there would be any confusion.
     
  7. notakid

    notakid Lớp 1

    Oh I'm so excited thinking about grammar battles with you :) . Who dare? Tell me! ;).
     
  8. Tieuhoatdau

    Tieuhoatdau Mầm non

    …..anybody wants to have………….About grammar and spelling.
    Has anyone wanted to have an English battle with me? I am looking forward to having fun with you.
    • Someone & anybody are singular words.
    • In question we usually use "any".
    The Present Perfect tense is formed by:
    To have + past participle of the main verb (to want).
    Not me. Definitely. ;)

    P.S. We must learn to walk before we can run, man.
     
    Chỉnh sửa cuối: 11/11/16
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  9. Tieuhoatdau

    Tieuhoatdau Mầm non

    You can only agree with a person (persons), which your sentence is not :D. Hence, it should have been written as:

    "I completely agree with you regarding / (in regard to)[*] my sentence."
    Or "I completely agree with you in regard to the mistake that you've pointed out in my sentence.

    [*] In regard to / regarding: preposition, used to say what you're talking / writing about.
     
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  10. notakid

    notakid Lớp 1

    Persons?
     
  11. notakid

    notakid Lớp 1

    It is not as difficult as you think. I am sure that you will play it well :) .
     
    Dr. No thích bài này.
  12. notakid

    notakid Lớp 1

    I prefer to rewrite my sentence like "Is there someone..." . It is not about the tenses bro. It is, absolutely, not what i mean. And there is no reason to use perfect tense in that sentence.
    I crawled a very long time before . I understand what you said but let English be the game to connect us, that will make it even more interesting! You will see , when you win a game, how happy it is! You will fall in love with this language in a second :) .
     
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  13. Derby

    Derby Lớp 7

    Sorry! Didn't mean to interfere in you guys' business.
     
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  14. Tieuhoatdau

    Tieuhoatdau Mầm non

    One of English grammar rules: Always capitalize the word “I”.
    How can you expect to be good at the language, when you’ve no respect for its rules :)?
    …....the upper-secondary….
    .....“teacher” and “people” were my fist pronunciation lessons.
    ………………………………….........were the first lessons of pronunciation of mine.

    • You need a possessive pronoun (mine) here, because you’re talking about your pronunciation lessons (the thing associated with you).
    • “Me” is an object pronoun that refers to yourself.
    Guess 80% Vietnamese say it wrongly (adv), including some of the teachers.

    “Wrong” is an adjective, cannot be used to modify the verb "to say".

    P.s. Oh man, it is so....unwise to look down on your fellow Vietnamese ;).
    ....can you tell me what your English level is?

    When the question (What is your English level?) is part of a bigger sentence, the word order changes as above.
    Plural. When you agree with more than one person, like, in a group discussion.
    Then rewrite it.
    And what do you understand about the situations when Perfect tenses should be used?
    I learnt to crawl / (I knew how to crawl) a very long time ago.

    I’ve already fallen in love with English, and have worked constantly to improve my level. There’s no need for game :D.
     
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  15. Dr. No

    Dr. No Lớp 5

    So, what option do you choose in Vui lòng đăng nhập hoặc đăng ký để xem link? 1, 2 or 3? :D
     
  16. notakid

    notakid Lớp 1

    see this page:
    Vui lòng đăng nhập hoặc đăng ký để xem link
    Plural form of person is people, as I know.
     
  17. notakid

    notakid Lớp 1

    Here is your perfect tense:
    Vui lòng đăng nhập hoặc đăng ký để xem link
    What I mean is to ask for someone to play with.
     
  18. notakid

    notakid Lớp 1

    "Before" that I said is adverb. See this page
    Vui lòng đăng nhập hoặc đăng ký để xem link
     
    Chỉnh sửa cuối: 13/11/16
  19. notakid

    notakid Lớp 1

    It's up to their relationship and their relationship to the speaker.
     
  20. notakid

    notakid Lớp 1

    Except those points I have just said, I agree with you all. Thanks for pointing the mistakes out . It's 3 years since my last English lesson :) . This topic make me happy so so much thank you!
     

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