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  • 手把手教你学口语33

    2011-01-27 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on expressing ability in the past.今天我们要跟大家谈一谈在过去表示能力的动词

    There are two ways of expressing ability in English. One, “c

  • 手把手教你学口语32

    2011-01-27 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on the causative verbs “make”, “have” and “get”, and the verb “let”.今天我们要跟大家谈一下几个类似祈使的动词

    Let’s look at some e

  • 手把手教你学口语31

    2011-01-27 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on the difference in meaning between “try to do something” and “try doing something”.

    “try” plus an infinitive, that is, “to” plus

  • 手把手教你学口语30

    2011-01-26 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on the difference in meaning between “stop doing something” and “stop to do something”.

    “stop doing something” means not to do that

  • 手把手教你学口语27

    2011-01-26 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    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”.

    Let’s take an example. What’s the di

  • 手把手教你学口语29

    2011-01-26 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on the difference in meaning between “regret to do something” and “regret doing something”.

    Let’s take an example. What’s the differ

  • 手把手教你学口语28

    2011-01-26 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    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”.

    Let’s take an example. What’s the differ

  • 手把手教你学口语26

    2011-01-26 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on learning English. Today’s tip is on verbs which are followed by infinitives or gerunds.

    Some verbs are followed by infinitives, such as “I plan to go”. “to go” is an i

  • 手把手教你学口语25

    2011-01-25 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on the

    pronunciation of the letter “t”.

    Of course the letter “t” is usually pounced “t”. But you may have noticed

    that in fl

  • 手把手教你学口语24

    2011-01-25 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on answering “Yes/No” questions correctly.

    In English, “Yes” is always followed by affirmative statements. “No” is always followed

  • 手把手教你学口语23

    2011-01-25 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on when to stress auxiliary verbs.

    Although auxiliary verbs are not usually stressed, when we want to strongly emphasize a verb, we stress

  • 手把手教你学口语22

    2011-01-25 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on the intonation of tag questions.

    Tag questions are used in two very different ways, and the difference depends on whether you use a ris

  • 手把手教你学口语21

    2011-01-25 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on the intonation of questions.

    Remember that intonation is the rising and falling of the pitch of your voice. So “she’s here.” is a st

  • 手把手教你学口语20

    2011-01-24 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on when to use pauses before adjective clauses.

    Let’s take an example. In the sentence “My sister who lives in San Francisco is a doctor

  • 手把手教你学口语19

    2011-01-24 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on learning English. Today’s tip is on the importance of pausing to mark the boundary between phrases or thought groups.

    In a previous tip, I mentioned how in long sentences,

  • 手把手教你学口语18

    2011-01-24 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on the use of pauses in English speech.

    Although written English has spaces between every word, spoken English doesn’t have pauses betwee

  • 手把手教你学口语17

    2011-01-24 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on contrastive stress.

    If you listen to previous daily tips, you will recall that content words, such as nouns, main verbs, adjectives and

  • 手把手教你学口语16

    2011-01-24 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on using the articles “a”, “an” and “the” correctly.

    Every student of English has my sympathy in his struggles with the English arti

  • 手把手教你学口语13

    2011-01-23 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on learning English. Today’s tip is on using the articles “a” and “the” correctly.

    More specifically, today’s tip is on the difference between using “a” or “an” befo

  • 手把手教你学口语14

    2011-01-23 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on using the English article “the” correctly.

    The article “the” is most frequently used to refer to a previously mentioned object. Th

  • 手把手教你学口语15

    2011-01-23 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on word stress on sentences.

    In general, it is true that content words are stressed whereas function words are not stressed. Content words

  • 手把手教你学口语12

    2011-01-23 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on using or omitting the English article “a” correctly.今天的主题是"a"这个冠词的使用

    There’s no single rule that explains how to choose

  • 手把手教你学口语11

    2011-01-23 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    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.

    Not using an object after a transitive verb is a common mis

  • 手把手教你学口语10

    2011-01-22 所属栏目:恒星英语学习网手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Today’s tip is on sound linking.

    When 2 identical or similar consonants are in a row, most sounds are not pronounced. For example, stop Peter. “stop” e

  • 手把手教你学口语07

    2011-01-22 所属栏目:手把手教你学口语

    Welcome to daily tips on learning English. Today’s tip is on sound linking.

    Although in written English, there’re spaces between every word, in spoken English there’re almost never (1)pauses bet

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