《手把手教你學口語》聽力音頻打包下載(音頻+文本)2019-06-15
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手把手教你學口語332013-12-19
There are two ways of expressing ability in English. One, can or could. Two, be able to. In negative sentences, there’s no difference in meaning. So, I couldn’t lift the piano and I wasn’t able to lift the piano mean the same thing. However, in affirmative sentences about past ability, could usually means used be able to.
手把手教你學口語322013-12-19
Let’s look at some examples. I made my brother carry my suitcase. I had my brother carry my suitcase. I got my brother to carry my suitcase. andI let my brother carry my suitcase. make, have and get can be used to express the idea that X causes Y to do something.
手把手教你學口語312013-12-19
try plus an infinitive, that is, to plus a verb, such as try to learn try to open try to read means to make an effort to do it. try plus a gerund, that is, verb-ing, such as try opening, try turning on, try giving means to experiment with a new or different approach to see if it works.
手把手教你學口語302013-12-17
stop doing something means not to do that any more, but stop to do something means stop one thing in order to do something else.
手把手教你學口語292013-12-17
Let’s take an example. What’s the difference between I regret to tell you that your father died and I regret telling you that your father died? Well, I regret to tell, I regret to say are used to inform someone of bad news in a polite way.
手把手教你學口語282013-12-16
Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on the difference in meaning between forget doing something and forget to do something.
手把手教你學口語272013-12-16
Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on the difference in meaning between remember doing something and remember to do something.
手把手教你學口語262013-12-15
Some verbs are followed by infinitives, such as I plan to go. to go is an infinitive. Some verbs are followed by gerunds, such as I enjoy teaching English. teaching is a gerund. You cannot say, I plan going or I enjoy to teach English.
手把手教你學口語252013-12-15
pronunciation of the letter t. Of course the letter t is usually pounced t. But you may have noticed that in fluent speech, native speakers sometimes pronounced the t as d.
手把手教你學口語242013-12-14
This has been today’s daily tip on learning English. Tune in tomorrow for another tip.
手把手教你學口語232013-12-14
So remember that although auxiliary verbs are not usually stressed, in emphatic sentences they are. This has been today’s daily tip on learning English. Tune in tomorrow for another tip.
手把手教你學口語222013-12-13
Tag questions are used in two very different ways, and the difference depends on whether you use a rising or falling pitch at the end of the tag question. One way tag questions are used is to get your listener to agree with you about something you think is a fact, or must be true.
手把手教你學口語212013-12-13
Remember that intonation is the rising and falling of the pitch of your voice. So she’s here. is a statement, but she’s here? is a question. But it isn’t true that all questions have a rising intonation. Today, let’s just look at the intonation of three types of questions: Yes/No questions, Wh- questions and choice questions.
手把手教你學口語202013-12-12
Let’s take an example. In the sentence My sister who lives in San Francisco is a doctor, the adjective clause is who lives in San Francisco. It describes my sister. There’s no pause before the adjective clause. So, it means that I have more than one sister, and the one who lives in San Francisco is doctor.
手把手教你學口語192013-12-12
For example, let’s take two sentences. Sentence 1: I usually eat sushi for lunch. Sentence 2: I ate noodles today. When you put the two sentences together in speech, you must pause slightly between them. I usually eat sushi for lunch. I ate noodles today.
手把手教你學口語182013-12-11
This has been todays tip on learning English. Tune in tomorrow for another tip on learning English.
手把手教你學口語172013-12-11
Today’s daily tip is to make sure to stress the most important words in your speech. Tune in tomorrow for another daily tip.
手把手教你學口語162013-12-10
Every student of English has my sympathy in his struggles with the English articles. They are one of the most difficult parts of learning English. First of all, I urge you to do this. Listen to native speakers.
手把手教你學口語152013-12-10
In general, it is true that content words are stressed whereas function words are not stressed. Content words usually convey the meaning of the sentence. Function words make the sentence grammatically correct.
手把手教你學口語142013-12-09
The article the is most frequently used to refer to a previously mentioned object. The use of the indicates that your listener should know which object you are referring to.
手把手教你學口語132013-12-09
So remember, the is used to refer to a previously mentioned specimen, something about which the listener knows. The article a is used to refer to a specimen which hasn’t been mentioned before, something which the listener doesn’t know about.
手把手教你學口語122013-12-09
Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on using or omitting the English article a correctly.
手把手教你學口語112013-12-09
Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is to be aware of how some verbs in English, transitive verbs, require an object.
手把手教你學口語102013-12-07
When 2 identical or similar consonants are in a row, most sounds are not pronounced. For example, stop Peter. stop ends in the sound p, and Peter begins in the same sound. Together the words are linked as sto-peter. The words aren’t pronounced stop Peter.

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