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5. Andrew couldn’t _____ himself laughing at the expression on Maggie’s face.Help stop escape avoidI chose A but my teacher chose B​
It took a few days after the cheque had arrived for me to realize that our life would never be the same again – it was a dream (1) _____ true. Lượt thích everyone else, I had often (2) _____ what it would be lượt thích not having lớn worry about paying the bills & just making ends meet.1. A made; B come; C being; D becomeI chose A but my teacher C2 A planned; B predicted; C imagined; D enjoyedI chose C but my teacher D​
The following is a piece of an exercise whose task is to conjugate the verbs in bracket:In recent years on the bog screen we (1_SEE) ______Lukas Haas play the boy who (12_WITNESS) _______ a murder in the film "WITNESS".Me: 1.have seen; 2.witnessesMy teacher: 1.have seen; 2.witnessed​
The following is a piece of a gap-filling exercise:Even in our own times, researchers have tried khổng lồ prove that a person’s character is somehow connected (1) ______ the way they look.Me: withMy teacher: to​
5. Andrew couldn’t stop himself laughing at the expression on Maggie’s face. Help stop escape avoidI chose A but my teacher chose B​
It took a few days after the cheque had arrived for me khổng lồ realize that our life would never be the same again – it was a dream (1) come true. Lượt thích everyone else, I had often (2) imagined what it would be lượt thích not having lớn worry about paying the bills & just making ends meet.1. A made; B come; C being; D becomeI chose A but my teacher C2 A planned; B predicted; C imagined; D enjoyedI chose C but my teacher D​
The following is a piece of an exercise whose task is lớn conjugate the verbs in bracket:In recent years on the big screen we (1_SEE) have seen Lukas Haas play the boy who (12_WITNESS) witnessed a murder in the film "WITNESS".Me: 1.have seen; 2.witnessesMy teacher: 1.have seen; 2.witnessed​
The following is a piece of a gap-filling exercise:Even in our own times, researchers have tried to lớn prove that a person’s character is somehow connected (1) khổng lồ the way they look.Me: withMy teacher: to​
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I am not a teacher, but I guess I can have a go:It took a few days after the cheque had arrived for me to lớn realize that our life would never be the same again – it was a dream (1) come true
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5. Andrew couldn’t _____ himself laughing at the expression on Maggie’s face.Help stop escape avoidI chose A but my teacher chose BYou"re both right. "Help" means you tried to lớn stop yourself but didn"t manage.​
It took a few days after the cheque had arrived for me khổng lồ realize that our life would never be the same again – it was a dream (1) _____ true. Like everyone else, I had often (2) _____ what it would be like not having to worry about paying the bills và just making ends meet.1. A made; B come; C being; D becomeI chose A :down:but my teacher C:up:2 A planned; B predicted; C imagined; D enjoyedI chose C :up: (Emphatically.) but my teacher D:down: (No excuse.)​
The following is a piece of an exercise whose task is lớn conjugate the verbs in bracket:In recent years on the bog screen we (1_SEE) ______Lukas Haas play the boy who (12_WITNESS) _______ a murder in the film "WITNESS".Me: 1.have seen; 2.witnessesMy teacher: 1.have seen; 2.witnessedYou"re both right again. You"re teacher is being more exact; you are being more natural (historic present - often used, especially in the context of film, where the audience know that they"re really watching an artefact depicting events in the past - và made by actors in the past - but that the illusion is that the images appear in their present).​
The following is a piece of a gap-filling exercise:Even in our own times, researchers have tried to prove that a person’s character is somehow connected (1) ______ the way they look.Me: withMy teacher: to​
On this last one I"m with you, but your teacher"s usage is common. There used lớn be a strong prescription in favour of "with" for words starting "com-/con-/coll-/corr-" because of their etymology (Latin cum - "with"), và my usage probably reflects this. But "to" is quite common, và even preferable in a few cases.b
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5. Andrew couldn’t stop himself laughing at the expression on Maggie’s face.

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5. Andrew couldn’t help laughing at the expression on Maggie’s face.In recent years on the bog screen we (1_SEE) ______Lukas Haas play the boy who witnesses a murder in the film "WITNESS".When recounting the plot of a film or play, we most often use the Present tense.Even in our own times, researchers have tried to prove that a person’s character is somehow connected with the way they look.

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There is no physical contact, as in a wire connected to an electrode."connect" in this sentence means "associated with".
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...There is no physical contact, as in a wire connected to
an electrode.

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"connect" in this sentence means "associated with".