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Prepostions and Phrasel Verbs Tests (LYS-5-YDS)

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  Prepostions ve Phrasel Verb’lerle ilgi Cevap Anahtarlarıyla birlikte tam 30 adet test, tek tıklamayla indirin. Zip Dosyadan çıkarın. İsterseniz yazdırın. İsterseniz bilgisayar ekranında çözün. TIKLAYIN VE İNDİRİN HEPSİ SİZİN lys-5 VE yds İÇİN HARİKA KELİME VE GRAMMAR KAYNAĞI BOŞLUK DOLDURMA Related articles Theresa May: ‘Police have now identified all three of the attackers’ Best Western in triple win

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TEST YOUR VOCABULARY-LYS 5 ->YDS

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DOWNLOAD 24185323-ELS-5-Test-Your-Vocabulary TEST YOUR VOCABULARY 1- King Arthur of Camelot is a/an ……. figure in English history; that is, everyone knows the stories about him but no one really knows whether he actually lived or not. A) legendary B) ridiculous C) infamous D) popular E) intensive 2- Mosquitoes used to ……. me and keep me awake all night with their …

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Strange but True

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Strange but True   ➢The two-foot long bird called a Kea that lives in New Zealand likes to eat the strips of rubber around car windows! ➢Most lipstick contains fish scales! ➢Skepticisms is the longest word that alternates hands when typing! ➢One ragweed plant can release as many as one billion grains of pollen! ➢It’s illegal to drink beer out …

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AB TERİMLERİ SÖZLÜĞÜ

In ENGLISH KNOWLEDGE, VOCABULARY, VOCABULARY TESTS with answer keys, YDS, YDS (YABANCI DİL SINAVI) DOWNLOAD PAGE, YDS YABANCI DİL SINAVI by idealist0 Comments

  Ankara, Ekim 2003 AB TERİMLERİ SÖZLÜĞÜ-İNDİR-DOWNLOAD AVRUPA BİRLİĞİ GENEL SEKRETERLİĞİ A to abolish kaldırmak, lağvetmek abolition of obstacles to freedom of dolaşım özgürlüğünü/serbestisini movement kısıtlayan engellerin kaldırılması abolition of restrictions kısıtlamaların kaldırılması to abolish customs duties gümrük vergilerini kaldırmak abolish: lağvetmek, kaldırmak (bir sistemi veya uygulamayı) amend: tadil etmek (bir şeyi iyileştirmek, ıslah etmek veya daha doğru ve eksiksiz …

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Tips for Writing a Paragraph

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Tips for Writing a Paragraph Characteristics of a good paragraph: ·       Topic sentence, which includes the topic and a controlling idea. ·       Supporting ideas (usually 3 – 6), which support the topic sentence ·       RENNS (reasons, examples, names, numbers, senses), which give details for and further explain the supporting ideas. ·       Optional concluding sentence, which leaves the reading with something to think about and …

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CAUSATIVE FORM IN ENGLISH-İNGİLİZCE’DE ETTİRGEN YAPI

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CAUSATIVE FORM IN ENGLISH-İNGİLİZCE’DE ETTİRGEN YAPI Get something done by somebody Micheal will get his bicycle reparied by Joe. Get somebody to do something Micheal will get Joe to repair his bicycle. Have something done by somebody Micheal will have his bicycle repaired by Joe. Have somebody do something Micheal will have Joe repair his bicycle. Make somebody do something …

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Active and Passive Voice

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Active and Passive Voice   In the active voice, the subject of the sentence performs the action:   I                       aced                            the               exam.  Subject/actor            verb                            object/thing acted on   In …

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So that – In case

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 So that – In case So that – In case “So that” kendisinden sonra gelen cümlenin, temel cümlede yapılan eylemin amacını belirten bir belirteçtir. Sonrasında gelen cümle daima bir amaç belirtir. “olsun diye, olması için” anlamında kendisinden sonra gelen amaç cümlesini belirtir. I opened the window so that the wind could come in (Rüzgar içeri girebilsin diye pencereyi açtım) Pencereyi …

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İNGİLİZCE’DE “THAT” ALAN FİİLLER, SIFATLAR, İSİMLER

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İNGİLİZCE’DE “THAT” ALAN FİİLLER, SIFATLAR, İSİMLER “THAT” ALAN FIILLER accept  that kabul etmek acknowledge  that kabul etmek add  that ilave etmek admit  that                gerund kabul etmek advise  that              inf-shld öğütlemek, tavsiye et. allege  that iddia etmek announce  that               will duyurmak answer    that cevaplamak anticipate  that önceden tahmin et. appear  that         inf-özne  it … gibi görünmek appreciate  that takdir etmek argue  …

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CONFUSING WORDS IN ENGLISH

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CONFUSING WORDS IN ENGLISH Advice/Advise Advice is a noun: Chester gave Posey good advice. Advise is a verb: Chester advised Posey to avoid the questionable chicken salad. Affect/Effect Affect is usually a verb: Chester’s humming affected Posey’s ability to concentrate. Effect is usually a noun: Chester was sorry for the effect his humming had. If you find yourself stumped about …

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SEYAHAT İNGİLİZCE’Sİ TÜRKÇE REFERANSLI

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SEYAHAT İNGİLİZCE’Sİ TÜRKÇE REFERANSLI  Seyahat Konaklama Konaklama – Bulma Türkçe İngilizce Nereden __ bulabilirim? Where can I find ___? Konaklama için yön sorma kiralamak için … oda? … a room to rent? Konaklama türü … bir hostel? … a hostel? Konaklama türü … bir otel? … a hotel? Konaklama türü … bir oda artı kahvaltı? … a bed and breakfast? …

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AMERICAN SLANG WORDS AND PHRASES

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AMERICAN SLANG WORDS AND PHRASES   (To) ace (v.): To pass a test, exam, etc. really easily. “Robert aced his physics exam.” A-Game: One’s best self, often in relation to a competition. “I’ll bring my A-game” All-ears: When someone says “I’m all ears”, they are telling you that they are listening to you, that they are giving you their undivided …

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Some Important Dates in the History of the English Language

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Some Important Dates in the History of the English Language 55 BCE Julius Caesar in Britain 43 CE Romans settle in Britain (Claudius. Hadrian’s Wall constructed–boundary) 410 Roman troops leave Britain (Gmc. tribes already invading…) 449 Gmc. (Angles, Saxons, Jutes) “invited” invasions begin (for c. 100 yrs., vs. Celts) 597 Pop Gregory sends Benedictine missionaries to Brit. 787 Viking/Danish invasions …

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Telephone English – The Phrases

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Embed from Getty Images Telephone English – The Phrases There are a number of phrases and idioms that are only used when telephoning. Let’s first take a look at an example dialogue: Here are the most common: Operator: Hello, Frank and Brothers, How can I help you? Peter: This is Peter Jackson. Can I have extension 3421? Operator: Certainly, hold …

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Hotel Dialogues in English//İngilizce Otel Rezervasyonu

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Embed from Getty Images 1. The guest Have you got a single room for tonight? I’d like to stay in a double room. Do all the rooms have air-conditioning? Is breakfast included? When do you serve breakfast? Could you give me a call at 7 tomorrow morning, please? I’d like to pay in cash/by credit card/by traveller’s cheque (AE: check). …