TAILIEUCHUNG - Common erros in English part 15
THEIRS theirs (no apostrophe) This is my dog; THEIRS has a white patch on his forehead. theirselves Incorrect formation. See THEMSELVES. themselves They blame THEMSELVES for the crash. They THEMSELVES were there. there See THEIR, THERE OR THEY'RE?. there is/there are See SINGULAR OR PLURAL? (iii). thesis (singular) theses (plural) See FOREIGN PLURALS. they're See THEIR, THERE OR THEY'RE?. thief (singular) thieves (plural) See PLURALS (v). thorough thoroughly thorough + ly threshold (not -hh-) tingeing See SOFT c AND SOFT G. tiny (not -ey) tired (not I am tiered) 200 TOMATO I feel very TIRED today. titbit (not tidbit) titles When punctuating the title of a book, film, poem, song, etc., take. | THEIRS theirs no apostrophe This is my dog THEIRS has a white patch on his forehead. theirselves Incorrect formation. See themselves. themselves They blame THEMSELVES for the crash. They THEMSELVES were there. there See THEIR THERE OR THEY RE . there is there are See SINGULAR OR PLURAL iii . thesis singular theses plural See FOREIGN PLURALS. they re See THEIR THERE OR THEY RE . thief singular thieves plural See PLURALS v . thorough thoroughly thorough ly threshold not -hh- tingeing See soft c and soft g. tiny not -ey tired not I am tiered 200 TOMATO I feel very TIRED today. titbit not tidbit titles When punctuating the title of a book film poem song etc. take care to begin the first word and all subsequent key words with a capital letter. Have you read To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee Titles can be italicised in print and word-processing or underlined or enclosed in inverted commas single or double . The film Schindler s List is based on the book by Thomas Keneally called Schindler s Ark. I m so pleased that Diary of a Nobody is being serialised. Have you seen the new production of Macbeth at the Barbican to too or two You should give this TO the police. Do you know how TO swim part of infinitive to swim I was TOO embarrassed to say anything. excessively Can we come TOO also They have TWO houses one in London and one in France. tolerant not tollerant or tolerent tomato singular tomatoes plural an exception to rule See PLURALS iv . 201 TOMORROW tomorrow not tommorrow tonsillitis tornado singular tornadoes or tornados plural See PLURALS iv . torpedo singular torpedoes plural an exception to rule See PLURALS iv . tortuous or torturous TORTUOUS full of twists and turns complex convoluted TORTUROUS painful agonising excruciating total totally total ly toupee not toupee traffic trafficked trafficking trafficker See soft c and soft g. tragedy not tradgedy tragic not tradgic transfer transferred transferring transference See ADDING ENDINGS iv . transpire Strictly .
đang nạp các trang xem trước