TAILIEUCHUNG - Common erros in English part 7

Tiếng anh và tiếng việt là hai ngôn ngữ khác nhau. Mỗi một ngôn ngữ đều có những đặc điểm về văn phạm khác nhau. Văn phạm tiếng anh phong phú và phức tạp hơn rất nhiều so với tiếng việt. Vì thết cuốn tài liệu này sẽ giúp ta khắc phục những lỗi văn phạm trong tiếng anh. | ELF In the example above there are these two possibilities I have to build an extension. I have to move. Either precedes the first one and or precedes the second. The second one could be shortened I have decided that either I have to build an extension or I have to move. I have decided that either I have to build an extension or move. It is important that the two constructions following either and or should be parallel ones either meat or fish either green or red either to love or to hate either with malice or with kindness. If the second construction is shortened to avoid repetition this is fine. The missing words are obvious and can be supplied readily. elf singular elves plural See PLURALS v . eligible or legible ELIGIBLE suitably qualified LEGIBLE able to be read eloquent elude See ALLUDE OR ELUDE . embargo singular embargoes plural See PLURALS iv . 80 END STOPS embarrass embarrassed embarrassing not -r- embarrassment emend See AMEND OR EMEND . emergency singular emergencies plural See PLURALS iv . emigrant or immigrant An EMIGRANT leaves his or her country to live in another. An IMMIGRANT moves into a country to live permanently. eminent or imminent EMINENT famous IMMINENT about to happen emperor emphasise emphasize Both spellings are correct. encyclopaedia encyclopedia Both spellings are correct. endeavour end stops There are three end stops a full stop . an exclamation mark and a question mark . Use a full stop to end a statement. There are five eggs in the fridge. Use an exclamation mark with a command or an exclamation. Get out Use a question mark to end a question. 81 ENDINGS Where do you live See EXCLAMATION MARKS. FULL STOPS. QUESTION MARKS. endings See ADDING ENDINGS. enemy singular enemies plural See PLURALS iv . enormity This refers to a grave sin or a crime or a disaster on a huge scale. We gradually realised the full ENORMITY of the tragedy. It is often used in popular speech to mean enormousness hugeness immensity . This should be avoided in a .

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