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Adjectives

Adjectives WB 3/7; 3/8; p29; 5/5; 5/6: 10/2 Omadussõna võrdlusastmed: 1. algvõrre ­ positive 2. keskvõrre ­ comparative 3. ülivõrre ­ superlative ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Ühesilbilised omadussõnad: long ­ longer ­ longest 2. Kahesilbilised omadussõnad: a) sõna...

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My Kinda Town - Task to practise adjectives in English Langu

The region it belongs to is bordering two seas, one in the west and another one to the southwest It is situated on the mainland about 20 km off the coast. It has mainly flat terrain with several hills. Climate: My kinda t...

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Negative adjectives

Negative intolerant - sallimatu Reckless - hoolimatu, kergemeelne Superficial - pealiskaudne Irresponsible - vastutustundetu Restless ­ rahutu indecisive- kõhklev, ebakindel, otsustusvõimetu shallow- pealiskaudne aloof- endassesulgunud gullible- kergeusklik, lihtsameelne Contrary-vastandlik Perverse- paheline, jonnakas Unpredictable- Ettearvamatu. Unemotional-mitte emotsionaalne Rigid- kangeka...

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Positive adjectives

POSITIVE generous - suuremeelne, helde creative - loov, loominguline faithful - ustav, truu Jovial - lustlik Dynamic - dünaamiline, jõuline, liikuv Compassionate - kaastundlik sociable- seltskondlik, seltsiv, sõbralik charming- võluv urbane- suurlinlik, lihvitud kommetega pleasant- meeldiv artistic- kunstipärane Genial- südamlik, lahke, leebe Humanitarian-Abivalmis, Hooldav. Ethereal-Rahuline, Õnne...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Big grammar theory

Nouns: how is the plural formed? The plural form of most nouns is created simply by adding the letter s: · more than one snake / snakes · more than one ski / skis · more than one Barrymore / Barrymores Words that end in -ch, x, s or s-like sounds, however, will require an -es for the plural: · more than one witch / witches · more tha...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Inglise keele struktuur

Be ready to explain the terms (lecture 1): language, linguistics, synchronic approach to language, diachronic approach to language, linguistic competence, linguistic performance, what is grammar?, prescriptive grammar vs. descriptive grammar; phonology, phonetics, phone, allophone, phoneme; morphology, morphemes (types of morphemes), morphs, allomorphs, types of affixes, derivational affixes, i...

Inglise keel - Tartu Ülikool
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Inglise keel (10.klass)

Active Simple Continuous Present Walks Is walking Past Walked Was walking Future Will walk Will be walking Present Perfect Have walked Have been walking Past Perfect Had walked...

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Stilistika loeng

Ladusseva "A Guide to Punctuation" EXAMINATION TOPICS: 1. Style, stylistics, a survey of stylistic studies 2. Inherent connotations. Phonesthemes Use lecture notes 3. Adherent connotations 4. Stylistic morphology: articles, nouns, pronouns, adjectives , verbs, adverbs, number * 5. Expressiveness on the level of word-building 6. Phonetic expressive means Study independen tly 7. Phonetic SD ("Rhythm And Style") 8. Lexical SD* 9. Syntactic SD* Use lecture notes 10. Graphical means and devi...

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Lexical and syntactic stylistic devices

LEXICAL STYLISTIC DEVICES Based on: interaction of lexical and interaction of denotational interaction of primary circumlocution other cases contextual mea...

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Exami kysimused-vastused

STYLE The term "style" is polysemantic (has many meanings): a Latin word "stilus" originally meant a writing instrument used by ancient people. Already in classical Latin the meaning was extended to denote the manner of expressing one's ideas in written or oral form. Jonathan Swift defined style as "proper words in proper places". In present day English the word "style" is used in about a...

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Presentation vocabulary

Everyday language Using slang and everyday expressions can make an impact on the audience and add drama: Where's the caring side of employment gone? I'll tell you where. It's hiding behind a damned set of targets and objectives that's where it is! You need to know your audience very well to use this kind of language. Emphasising and minimising Emphasising Strong adverbs intensify adjectives : We've had an extremely good year. This kind of negligence is absolutely unacceptable. Adverbs can be total, very strong, or moderate. TOTAL absolutely (fantastic) completely (awful) entirely (depressing) totally (unacceptable) VERY STRONG extremely (good) very (bad) highly (dangerous) MODERATE fairly (safe) reasonably (expensive) quite (cheap) Minimizing Look at the way the following expressions of degree and uncertainty modify, or...

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Writing a film review

WRITING A FILM REVIEW A review is a short description of a film (found in a magazine or newspaper) in which someone gives both factual information and an opinion about the film. A review should consist of the following parts: * Introduction Was the film based on fact or is it pure fiction? What do you know about the background to the film? Give the title of the film and as much info on the backg...

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The English Patient

The main activity happens in 1930.-1940. Egipt and during the last days of World War II in one Italy nunnery which was changed after the war to sickbay. · Almásy is not English. He is Hungarian by birth. Almásy's manner is knowledgeable and reflective. Almásy is not a highly dynamic character, he is...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Ajad, reeglid

Kasutus: Ago, yesterday, last. ?/- Did Tegevus: 1. Toimus minevikus ja on lõppenud. ,,I met him yesterday" 2. Used To, mineviku harjumused. ,,I used to play tennis." Past Continius (kestev minevik) was/were + ing Kasutus: When, while,...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Keskvõrde ja ülivõrde tööleht koos reeglitega

Read the rules Comparative(keskvõrre) We add ­err to one-syllable adjectives We change ­y to i and add ­er in two-syllable or longer adjectives We put more or less in front of two-syllable on longer adjectives For adjectives that end in one vowel + one consonant, we double final consonant and add ­er Superlative(ülivõrre) We add ­est to one-syllable adjectiv...

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Inglise keele kordamine

INGLISE KEELE KORDAMINE TIME CLAUSES Present Simple · Permanent states, facts (Tom works..) · Repeated and habitual actions, routines (She usually goes..) · Laws of nature and general truths (The sun sets in the west) · Timetables and programmes · Sporting commentaries, rewiews...

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Articles

Other uses of the: -when there is only one of something, e.g. the sun, the Prime Minister, the Pacific Ocean -before cinematheatreradio, e.g. We went to the cinema last night.(But you cannot say We watched the television.) -when reffering to a species or an invention, e.g. The whale is almost extinct. Alexander Bell invented the telephone. -in front of nationality words, e.g. the Canadians, the Japanese -with some adjectives when reffering to the group in general, e.g. the old, the rich, The poor, the sick, the unemployed. -with superlatives, e.g. It's the biggest cinema in London. -with names of newspapers, e.g. The Guardian, The Times, The Daily Mail -with countries, regions or groups of islands which are plural e.g. the USA, the Bahamas, the Middle East, The Netherlands -with names of oceans, seas, rivers and canals, e.g. the Atlantic Ocean, the River D...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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English Grammar Book 1

Why? Because skill in speaking and writing is the hallmark of all educated people. Lesson by lesson, this book provides basic instruction in the eight parts of speech--nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections--as well as the standard patterns of English sentences. All students of English, be they native speakers or those who are studying English as a second language, will profit from the fundamental introduction and review of grammar provided by SADDLEBACK'S BASIC ENGLISH GRAMMAR 1 and 2. Helpful marginal notes throughout the books have been provided to reinforce existing skills and call...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Inglise keele stilistika

The latin word ,,stilus" meant a writing instrument used by the ancients for writing on waxed tablets. Already, in classical latin the meaning of style was extended to denote the manner of expressing one's ideas in written or oral form. One of the abts/the best was given by Jonathan Swift: ,,Proper words in proper places." In present- day english, the...

Stilistika (inglise) - Tallinna Ülikool
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Inglise keele stilistika II

COMPLETE INVERSION means the predicate or part of it comes before the subject and thus the misplaced part is emphasised. NT: Beautiful those days were. (normal: those days were beautiful) NT: Unhappy went he. NT: Satisfied he looked. NT: Go I must. PARTIAL INVERSION is when the direct object comes first in the sentence. NT: His love letters I returned to the detective. The adjective or several adjectives come after the noun they modify (gives a solem and little archaic touch). NT: I saw the first spring flowers, cold and shy and wintry. NT: In some places there are yellow tulips, slender, spicky and Chinese-looking. POOLELI LK 33 DETACHMENT DETACHMENT means a syntactic separation of a word or phrase from the rest of the sentence to emphasise the isolated part. Isolation is signalled by punctuation (comma, dot, dash, semicolon, full stop...

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