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TOO /ENOUGH

TOO /ENOUGH

TOO /ENOUGH. INMACULADA GÓMEZ BENÍTEZ 2009-2010. TOO. Position: Before the adjective or adverb Ex: She drives too slowly to get there on time (same subject) Ex: That´s too easy for me Ex. The book is too expensive for me to buy. TOO. FOLLOWED BY

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Infinitives as Objects

Infinitives as Objects

Infinitives as Objects. When an infinitive acts as a noun, it can be a direct object. In the 1900s Gandhi tried to obtain freedom for India. He also hoped to gain rights for all Indians. . Infinitive clause:.

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IMPERSONAL PASSIVE SENTENCES

IMPERSONAL PASSIVE SENTENCES

IMPERSONAL PASSIVE SENTENCES. THAT CLAUSE TO INFINITIVE CLAUSE. IT IS SAID THAT. A common way of reporting what is said by people in general or by an unspecified group of people is to use: it + passive verb ( be+ past participle)+ that clause :

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Success story . . .

Success story . . .

Success story. Unit 5. Do the instructions above!. Grammar Focus. Read again the conversation on page 18. Analyze how Joe expresses his idea to open his own restaurant. Analyze how Kelly responses to Joe’s idea.

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CLAUSES OF PURPOSE

CLAUSES OF PURPOSE

You use a purpose clause when you want to explain the reason for a person's action. The most common type of purpose clause is a to-infinitive clause. Example: Sarah went to the computer lab to print out her research report.

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Success story . . .

Success story . . .

Success story. Unit 4. Do the instructions above!. Grammar Focus. Read again the conversation on page 18. Analyze how Joe expresses his idea to open his own restaurant. Analyze how Kelly responses to Joe’s idea.

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TOO /ENOUGH

TOO /ENOUGH

TOO /ENOUGH. INMACULADA GÓMEZ BENÍTEZ 2009-2010. TOO. Position: Before the adjective or adverb Ex: She drives too slowly to get there on time (same subject) Ex: That´s too easy for me Ex. The book is too expensive for me to buy. TOO. FOLLOWED BY

By audrey-hoffman
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INFINITIVE CLAUSES

INFINITIVE CLAUSES

INFINITIVE CLAUSES Infinitive clause is TO (untuk) that is put before original verb, if the words are preceded by: The other verbs To be Examples: Saya datang untuk menemuinya untuk memberikan hadiah  I came to meet her to give a gift

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Success story . . .

Success story . . .

Success story. Unit 4. Do the instructions above!. Grammar Focus. Read again the conversation on page 18. Analyze how Joe expresses his idea to open his own restaurant. Analyze how Kelly responses to Joe’s idea.

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INFINITIVE CLAUSES

INFINITIVE CLAUSES

INFINITIVE CLAUSES Infinitive clause is TO (untuk) that is put before original verb, if the words are preceded by: The other verbs To be Examples: Saya datang untuk menemuinya untuk memberikan hadiah  I came to meet her to give a gift

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Clauses

Clauses

Clauses. A clause is a group of words that contains its own subject and verb. Independent Clause. An independent clause can stand alone as a sentence. Michelle gave me a ride to the basketball game.

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Adjectives and usage-patterns in the [X  enough to  VERB]-construction

Adjectives and usage-patterns in the [X enough to VERB]-construction

Adjectives and usage-patterns in the [X enough to VERB]-construction. ICLC-13 Thematic section: Cognitive-functional approaches to adjectives. Kim Ebensgaard Jensen CGS, Aalborg University. Introduction. Using corpus methods and data, we aim to answer these research questions:

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