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💮 Parts of the Sentence - Verbals - Noun Infinitives

✳️ An infinitive is to plus a verb form. It can be used as a noun.

👉 Examples: to be, to see, to be seen, to be eaten.

✳️ The noun infinitive can be

🔸a subject 👉To eat is fun.
🔸a direct object 👉I like to eat.
🔸a predicate nominative 👉A fun thing is to eat.
🔸an appositive 👉My hope, to travel, never happened.
🔸an object of a preposition 👉I want nothing but to save

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A: Oh mum it really hurts!😭
B: Don't cry sweetie. Let me kiss it better!😍
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🔻There there!🔻
✅Used to persuade little children to stop crying!
🔸Oh don't cry. There there, daddy will be home soon!
🔸There there sweetie; everything is going to be ok.
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1⃣ an untucked shirt
2⃣ a tucked shirt
🔴Verb :To tuck in / to untuck🔴
🔸You shouldn't tuck in your shirt. It shows your fat tummy. Untuck it now!
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💮 Prepositions At /In/On ....

✴️ We use the preposition In with...

🔺Places :

✔️Countries and cities..; Peru .

✔️ ROOMS... ; the kitchen .

✔️ Buildings....; a store .

✔️Closed space...; a car .

🔻Time :

🔹 Months ..; February .

🔸Years...; 2018 .

🔹 Times of day ..; the morning .

❇️ We use the preposition On with .....

🚌Transportations...; a bike.

🛣 A surface ..; the floor.

🌿Dates...; March 1st .

🍁Days...; Valentine's day .

✴️ We use the preposition At with.....

♦️places:

☑️ school, home, work ,college, the airport, a party , the door .

🔷 Times :

☑️ 6 o'clock, two thirty, night , midnight, lunch.

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🔰I always do and I'm always
doing...


❇️ I always do (something)=I do it every time ...

✴️Example:

✔️ I always go to work by car. (Not I'm always going )..

🔴 I'm always doing something has a different meaning ..

✴️Example:

✔️ I have lost my phone again . I'm always losing things..

✅ I'm always losing things= I lose things very often perhaps too often ,or more often than normal...

✴️More Examples:

🔺 You are always playing computer games. You should do something more active ..

☑️You play computer games too often..

🔻Tim is never satisfied. He's always complaining.

☑️He complains too much .

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USEFUL EXPRESSIONS

🔵 Talk with your mouth full -

Ⓜ️ to speak while your mouth is full of food.

✴️Example:

’’Don’t talk with your mouth full!’’


⚫️ Brush your hair/ Comb your hair :

Ⓜ️- to arrange your hair with a brush(an object with thick ‘’hairs’’on it),or a comb (an object with little ‘’teeth’’).

✳️Example:

’’Your need brush your hair- it’s a mess!’’


🅾️ Put your hands on your hips. -

to put your hands at the sides of your body(between the tops of your legs and your waist).

💠Example:

’She put her hands on her hips.’’


🔴Put your arm around someone’s waist:

Ⓜ️ to put your arm around the middle part of someone’s body(where it narrows slightly above the hips)- often as a sign of affection.

✴️Example:

”He put his arm around her waist.’’


⚪️Cross your legs - :

Ⓜ️ to put one leg over the other as you are sitting on a chair.

❇️Example:

’’she took out a book, crossed her legs and started reading.’’

⚫️ Sit with your legs crossed/ sit with crossed legs: -

♍️

if someone who is sitting on the floor has their legs crossed, they have their legs bent and their knees pointing outwards.

✴️Example:

’’She was sitting on the floor with her legs crossed..

🔴 Twits your wrist: -

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if your ‘’twist your wrist’’, you turn it too much and cause it to sprain(damage the ligaments).

❇️Example:

He twisted his wrist while he was playing squash.


🔵 Get your ears pierced:-

♏️

to have holes in your ears so you can wear earrings...

✴️Example:

He got both of his ears pierced.


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🔷Common English Questions and answers🔷

Look at the questions below and see if you can spot the differences:

🗣“Hello! It is nice to meet you. How are you?”

🗣“Hi there! I don’t think we’ve met. How are you doing?”

In essence, these questions are asking for the same information. However, #1 is more formal, while #2 shows a feeling of ease and familiarity. That being said, the first one is a good example of an appropriate question to help you prepare for a job interview in English, but the other will serve you better in many social situations that you’ll encounter in life.

⭕️Here are some more questions:⭕️
1. So, what do you do?

2. How’s (summer) treating you?

3. So, what have you been up to lately?

4. Long time, no see! Any updates since we last saw each other?

5. So what do you do when you’re not working?

6. Do you follow (Stephen Colbert)?

7. Would you mind giving me a hand with this?

8. What sort of stuff do you do on the weekends?

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🔹Do you often go shopping for personal items?
🔹Are there many shops where you live?
🔹Do you enjoy shopping?

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IELTS Speaking part 2

Describe a time when you bought something for someone. You should say

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when this was
🔸what was that you bought
🔸who you bought it for
🔸and say how you felt about buying it for them.

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🔺Do you think we will stop using paper money in the future?
🔺How do companies encourage the consumer to spend their money?
🔺What do you think shops need to do to create a positive shopping experience?
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Do you know...?

🤔Some cats are allergic to humans.

🤔Bald eagles sound so silly that Hollywood dubs their voices.

🤔Cats can’t taste sugar. They don’t have sweet taste buds.

🤔A grizzly bear’s bite is strong enough to crush a bowling ball.

🤔Flamingos are naturally white—their diet of brine shrimp and algae turns them pink.



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Are overweight politicians less trustworthy?
In the former Soviet Union, obese governments are seen as more corrupt

IN THE SOUTHERN English town of High Wycombe, the MP, mayor and councillors are publicly weighed every year in the town centre, in a self-described attempt to deter them from “gaining weight at taxpayers’ expense”. Cheers erupt if a lawmaker has shed a few pounds; boos await those who have put any on. The centuries-old tradition is conducted largely in jest, but the townsfolk might be on to something.
The more overweight the government, the more corrupt the country, according to a new study of 15 post-Soviet states. The study’s author, Pavlo Blavatskyy of Montpellier Business School in France, used an algorithm to analyse photographs of almost 300 cabinet ministers and estimate their body-mass index (BMI), a measure of obesity. He found that the median BMI of a country’s cabinet is highly correlated with its level of corruption, as measured by indices compiled by the World Bank and Transparency International (see chart).
According to these measures, the least corrupt post-Soviet countries are the three Baltic states—Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia—and Georgia. These four countries also boast the slimmest cabinets. Meanwhile, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan rank worst for corruption. The latter two countries also have the chubbiest ministers, according to Mr Blavatskyy’s estimates, along with Ukraine. Obesity is surprisingly common among the upper ranks of government in the former Soviet Union. Nearly one-third of ministers across all 15 states were rated “severely obese” by Mr Blavatskyy’s algorithm, including 54% of Uzbek and 44% of Tajik ministers. Only 3% were estimated to be in the normal weight category. Despite Vladimir Putin’s carefully cultivated reputation as a powerful, healthy strongman, his cabinet is just as flabby as those in neighbouring countries. Perhaps, like Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, he prefers to have about him men that are fat, fearing the “hungry” look of the lean men. He is wrong, Mr Blavatskyy’s data suggest. The tubby may look content but appear to be more grasping.
Corruption is notoriously difficult to quantify. Most measures rely on the perceptions of the public, which tend to change slowly. Thus, a proxy variable—like ministers’ BMIs—can prove useful, especially in the short-term. Mr Blavatskyy notes that despite undergoing a revolution that set it on the path to democracy in 2018, Armenia’s score in Transparency International’s corruption index remained unchanged from the previous year. And yet the estimated BMI of ministers in the new Armenian government was slightly lower than its pre-revolution value, a sign, in this analysis, that the country may have begun to root out corruption.
But do fleshier politicians simply come from places with heavier people? In fact the opposite is true: countries with more-obese ministers tend to have less-obese people (see right-hand chart). Indeed the post-Soviet countries deemed most corrupt by Transparency International also have the poorest and most underweight populations.
Of course, correlation is not causation. Obese politicians are not necessarily more dishonest than their slimmer counterparts. But it might be wise for officials in the former eastern bloc to slim down all the same. Studies show voters are less likely to plump for candidates who are, well, plump. Even if most politicians can avoid stepping on the scales before their subjects, like those in High Wycombe, the link between health and electability should weigh on their minds nonetheless.

Source:The Economist
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