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Trương Văn T́nh
29-12-2009, 10:19 AM
I- Put the correct form of the capital word in brackets in the following sentences.
1.There are a lot of old ..... in Bill's village. BUILD
2.Has your sister got a ...... HEAD
3.Gouge has got two brothers. They are both ..... DRIVE
4.That ...... is going very fast. CYCLE
5.Maria's uncle is very famous ...... SCIENCE
6.David's old jacket was so ..... that he had to buy a new one. WEAR
7.During his speech, he keep on ......... his tie. STRAIGHT
8.The water in this area is ...... and should not be drunk. PURE
9.I feel so ..... that I am going to bed. SLEEP
10.The cost of ..... must be paid by the buyer. CARRY
II-Fill each of numbered blanks in the following passage.Use only one word in each space.
One of the lines from my favorite song ......(1) this way "Love is something you do what you ......(2)".
Indeed, we often say that we love our families, but when was the ......(3) time. you took the effort to .....(4) a cake for them or sit down to ......(5) to them? Do you ......(6) time to find out what has been ......(7) in their lives?
Most of the time, we would rather ......(8) a movie or simply hang ......(9) at shopping centers ......(10) spend time with our family. People tend to take their families for .....(11) because they have lived with them for their whole .....(12). They don't feel the .....(13) to be considerate to their families, unlike being so to their ......(14). This is .......(15) their families would always accept and love them ......(17) how important has family is to him. He will then appreciate the warmth and loving that a ........(18) gives.
Try loving your family now not with words, but by your ......(19). Cultivate a good relationship with your family members and learn to appreciate each of them as the unique persons they .......(20).

shuneo
30-12-2009, 12:45 AM
I- Put the correct form of the capital word in brackets in the following sentences.
1.There are a lot of old building in Bill's village. BUILD
2.Has your sister got a headache HEAD
3.Gouge has got two brothers. They are both driver DRIVE
4.That bicycle is going very fast. CYCLE
5.Maria's uncle is very famous scientist SCIENCE
6.David's old jacket was so unwearable that he had to buy a new one. WEAR
7.During his speech, he keep on straight his tie. STRAIGHT
8.The water in this area is unpure and should not be drunk. PURE
9.I feel so sleepy that I am going to bed. SLEEP
10.The cost of carry must be paid by the buyer. CARRY
II-Fill each of numbered blanks in the following passage.Use only one word in each space.
One of the lines from my favorite song goes(1) this way "Love is something you do what you say.(2)".
Indeed, we often say that we love our families, but when was the last(3) time. you took the effort to make(4) a cake for them or sit down to talk.(5) to them? Do you take(6) time to find out what has been happening(7) in their lives?
Most of the time, we would rather watch(8) a movie or simply hang out(9) at shopping centers than (10) spend time with our family. People tend to take their families for granted(11) because they have lived with them for their whole lives(12). They don't feel the need (13) to be considerate to their families, unlike being so to their friends(14). This is because(15) their families would always accept and love them ......(17) how important has family is to him. He will then appreciate the warmth and loving that a family (18) gives.
Try loving your family now not with words, but by your heart (19). Cultivate a good relationship with your family members and learn to appreciate each of them as the unique persons they love (20).

Bài này của bạn thiếu ư rội số 16 đâu?

lobster111
30-12-2009, 08:16 AM
Ḿnh nghĩ phải là thế này

I- Put the correct form of the capital word in brackets in the following sentences.
1.There are a lot of old buildings in Bill's village. BUILD
2.Has your sister got a headache HEAD
3.Gouge has got two brothers. They are both drivers DRIVE
4.That bicycle is going very fast. CYCLE
5.Maria's uncle is very famous scientist SCIENCE
6.David's old jacket was so worn that he had to buy a new one. WEAR
7.During his speech, he keep on straightening his tie. STRAIGHT
8.The water in this area is unpure and should not be drunk. PURE
9.I feel so sleepy that I am going to bed. SLEEP
10.The cost of carriage must be paid by the buyer. CARRY

yamaha91103
26-01-2010, 05:12 PM
I- Put the correct form of the capital word in brackets in the following sentences.
1.There are a lot of old buildings in Bill's village. BUILD
2.Has your sister got a headache HEAD
3.Gouge has got two brothers. They are both drivers DRIVE
4.That cyclist is going very fast. CYCLE
5.Maria's uncle is very famous scientist SCIENCE
6.David's old jacket was so outworn that he had to buy a new one. WEAR
7.During his speech, he keep on straightening his tie. STRAIGHT
8.The water in this area is unpure and should not be drunk. PURE
9.I feel so sleepy that I am going to bed. SLEEP
10.The cost of carriage must be paid by the buyer. CARRY

nguyễn thái phát
26-01-2010, 07:27 PM
I- Put the correct form of the capital word in brackets in the following sentences.
1.There are a lot of old buildings in Bill's village. BUILD
2.Has your sister got a headache HEAD
3.Gouge has got two brothers. They are both drivers DRIVE
4.That cyclist is going very fast. CYCLE
5.Maria's uncle is very famous scientist SCIENCE
6.David's old jacket was so outworn that he had to buy a new one. WEAR
7.During his speech, he keep on straightening his tie. STRAIGHT
8.The water in this area is impure and should not be drunk. PURE
9.I feel so asleep that I am going to bed. SLEEP
10.The cost of carriage must be paid by the buyer. CARRY

II-Fill each of numbered blanks in the following passage.Use only one word in each space.

Như bạn shuneo, nhưng câu 20 là the unique persons they are

..::Scorpior::..
26-01-2010, 08:24 PM
9.I feel so asleep that I am going to bed. SLEEP
Sleepy, not asleepto fall asleep ---> asleep là adv.

Feel được xem như là 1 linking-verb nên theo sau có thể là 1 adj :)

.::Apologize::.
26-01-2010, 08:30 PM
asleep vừa là adv vừa là adj th́ phải

@scor: lâu ngày ko gặp lên quản trị roài àh. Nhanh nhỉ

..::Scorpior::..
26-01-2010, 09:14 PM
asleep vừa là adv vừa là adj th́ phải

@scor: lâu ngày ko gặp lên quản trị roài àh. Nhanh nhỉ
Uh, nhưng nếu adj th́ to be asleep = to be sleeping :)
P.s: lên hồi nào tớ cũng biết đâu :)

nguyễn thái phát
26-01-2010, 11:03 PM
Uh, nhưng nếu adj th́ to be asleep = to be sleeping :)
P.s: lên hồi nào tớ cũng biết đâu :)
Bạn ơi, asleep chẳng bao h là Adv đc nhé.
Phân biệt Asleep với sleepy: asleep after Verb c̣n sleepy là before Noun, với lại sleepy dùng khi muốn nói cái j nó quá là boring đến nỗi gây buồn ngủ ấy. sau feel người ta chỉ thường dùng asleep thôi!
bạn có thể th́ check lại Cambridge dictionary, plz

..::Scorpior::..
27-01-2010, 10:40 AM
Bạn ơi, asleep chẳng bao h là Adv đc nhé.
Phân biệt Asleep với sleepy: asleep after Verb c̣n sleepy là before Noun, với lại sleepy dùng khi muốn nói cái j nó quá là boring đến nỗi gây buồn ngủ ấy. sau feel người ta chỉ thường dùng asleep thôi!
bạn có thể th́ check lại Cambridge dictionary, plz
Ai bảo là asleep không thể là adv? Thế fall asleep là ǵ ? sleepy before noun thôi ? who says that ? I feel sleepy = I feel tired.
Feel là linking verb, cũng như be, smell, taste, look.... th́ sao không được dùng adj ?
Tớ dùng Oxford, không dùng Cambride.

..::Scorpior::..
27-01-2010, 11:18 AM
Vừa về nhà, giở cuốn Oxford ra tra 2 từ này, bạn xem sao nhé :
ASLEEP
sleeping: The baby was sound asleep (=sleeping deeply)

SLEEPY
1- Needing sleep; ready to go to sleep
He had begun to feel sleepy.
2- (of places) quiet and where nothing much happens
a sleepy little town

Cuốn Oxford của ḿnh ghi thế. 2 từ điển nổi tiếng mà ghi khác nhau à ? :81::81:

nguyễn thái phát
27-01-2010, 12:16 PM
Bạn này cứ giảng giải măi về linking-verb là sao? Mà bạn xem lại đă có ai bảo là k đc dùng adj ở đấy? Dùng asleep là theo dạng adj đấy chứ c̣n j? asleep k có từ loại là adv. fall asleep=started to sleep( Cambridge nói thế đấy) Bạn nói về Linking verb mà lại k biết "to fall" cũng là thể loại đấy à?

VŨ TUẤN HẢI
27-01-2010, 03:30 PM
I know "asleep" is an adjective not adverb. I have just looked up it in both CALD and OALD. These are proofs:

" asleep adjective

/əˈsliːp/ adj [after verb]

• sleeping or not awake
I fell asleep (= I started to sleep) as soon as my head hit the pillow.
I'm surprised to see you awake - ten minutes ago you were fast/sound (= completely) asleep.
I've only just got up and I'm still half asleep (= not completely awake).
• If your arm or leg is asleep, it cannot feel anything because it has been in the same position for so long that the blood supply has been cut off."

(Quote from CALD)


"asleep /[/URL]http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/phon_shwa.gif (http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/phon_shwa.gif)http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/stress.gif (http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/stress.gif)slihttp://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/phon_colon.gif (http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/phon_colon.gif)p/ adj. [not before noun] sleeping: The baby was sound asleep (= sleeping deeply) upstairs. http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/xsym.gif (http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/xsym.gif) I waited until they were all fast asleep (= sleeping deeply). http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/xsym.gif (http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/xsym.gif) He was so exhausted that he fell asleep at his desk. http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/xsym.gif (http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/xsym.gif) She was still half asleep (= not fully awake) when she arrived at work. [URL="http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/xsym.gif"]http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/xsym.gif (http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/xsym.gif) The police found him asleep in a garage"

(Quote from OALD)



We can see asleep is an adjective, it is placed after verb. Nevertheless, it is not an adverb. Let's see the example:
- The baby was sound asleep (= sleeping deeply)
The word "sound" is a linking verb, so after it must be an adjective.

Peculiar
27-01-2010, 04:23 PM
I know "asleep" is an adjective not adverb. I have just looked up it in both CALD and OALD. These are proofs:

" asleep adjective

/əˈsliːp/ adj [after verb]

• sleeping or not awake
I fell asleep (= I started to sleep) as soon as my head hit the pillow.
I'm surprised to see you awake - ten minutes ago you were fast/sound (= completely) asleep.
I've only just got up and I'm still half asleep (= not completely awake).
• If your arm or leg is asleep, it cannot feel anything because it has been in the same position for so long that the blood supply has been cut off."

(Quote from CALD)



"asleep /http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/phon_shwa.gif (http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/phon_shwa.gif)http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/stress.gif (http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/stress.gif)slihttp://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/phon_colon.gif (http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/phon_colon.gif)p/ adj. [not before noun] sleeping: The baby was sound asleep (= sleeping deeply) upstairs. http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/xsym.gif (http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/xsym.gif) I waited until they were all fast asleep (= sleeping deeply). http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/xsym.gif (http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/xsym.gif) He was so exhausted that he fell asleep at his desk. http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/xsym.gif (http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/xsym.gif) She was still half asleep (= not fully awake) when she arrived at work. http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/xsym.gif (http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/xsym.gif) The police found him asleep in a garage"




(Quote from OALD)








We can see asleep is an adjective, it is placed after verb. Nevertheless, it is not an adverb. Let's see the example:







- The baby was sound asleep (= sleeping deeply)







The word "sound" is a linking verb, so after it must be an adjective.













@ VŨ TUẤN HẢI:
"Sound" ở đây là adverb chứ không phải linking verb em ạ.
Trong entry "sound" của Oxford có đoạn này:


adv. ~ asleep very deeply asleep

Trong trường hợp này th́ trạng từ "sound" bổ sung cho tính từ "asleep". C̣n động từ chính trong "The baby was sound asleep" là "was".


@scorpio: Em thấy "asleep" là adjective mà lại đi sau fall được th́ cũng đừng ngạc nhiên. Cái này cũng giống với "fall sick" thôi (tra phần sick - adjective).
Nói chung phần trả lời của các bạn đều có chỗ ổn lẫn không ổn.

Với câu gốc (I feel so...that) th́, đúng như scorpio nói, dùng sleepy là hợp lư (v́ chỉ mới buồn ngủ nên mới "go to bed", chứ đă "asleep", tức là đă ngủ rồi, th́ cần ǵ "go to bed" nữa). Tuy nhiên scorpio lại giải thích sai lư do chọn sleepy thay cho asleep. Việc chọn sleepy thay v́ asleep là dựa trên ư nghĩa 2 từ này, chứ không phải v́ asleep là adv c̣n sleepy là adj.


Riêng bạn nguyễn thái phát nói đúng từ loại của asleep, nhưng lại sai ở cách phân biệt asleep với sleepy:


Phân biệt Asleep với sleepy: asleep after Verb c̣n sleepy là before Noun, với lại sleepy dùng khi muốn nói cái j nó quá là boring đến nỗi gây buồn ngủ ấy. sau feel người ta chỉ thường dùng asleep thôi!
Sleepy có thể dùng trước danh từ lẫn sau động từ nối. Và trên thực tế, sau feel người ta thường dùng sleepy chứ không phải asleep. Bạn tra trong Google sẽ thấy, trong các bản tin (chẳng hạn của BBC), cụm từ "feel sleepy" xuất hiện nhiều, c̣n "feel asleep" gần như chỉ xuất hiện ở blog và comment (những nơi mà tính chuẩn xác trong sử dụng ngôn ngữ rất hạn chế, 1 phần v́ ít được biên tập).