By Lin Lougheed
This variation has been revised to check the layout of the most recent TOEIC and contains fifty vocabulary-building classes that concentrate on American English because it is used in the context of recent company, undefined, communications, and cultural actions. Examples of useful English utilization contact on such matters as contracts, advertising, banking, and team of workers, between many others. extra classes be aware of supporting TOEIC attempt takers extend their English vocabulary in parts on the topic of cultural actions, similar to videos, museums, track, and artwork. every one lesson provides 12 aim phrases with definitions, utilized in numerous diversified contexts. workouts stick with each lesson, and a quiz follows each 5 classes to check studentsГўв‚¬в„ў newly received ability in realizing and utilizing their new phrases. The enclosed audio CD presents crucial assist in pronunciation and listening comprehension, utilizing many of the accents verified at the new TOEIC.
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We are influenced by the way people around us talk. A British person who goes to America for six months may well come back sounding rather more American than when they went away. This influence that speakers can have on other speakers must play an important role in the way dialect forms spread from one part of the country to another, as we discussed in Units 7 and 8. It is not surprising that London pronunciations tend to spread to other areas, simply because there are lots of Londoners. A person from Cambridge, say, has a thousand times more chance of meeting, and being influenced by, a Londoner, than a Londoner has of meeting someone from Cambridge.
Regularisation Regular verb In other cases, though, it is easy to see that it is the nonstandard dialects that are leading the way in linguistic change and that it is Standard English which is conservative. For example, one of the most important ways in which grammar can change is REGULARISATION. This means getting rid of irregularities in favour of patterns that are more regular and more common in the language. For instance, most verbs in the English language are REGULAR VERBS which have a pattern of present- and pasttense forms which, in Standard English is like this: Present tense I love I walk Irregular verb Past tense I loved I walked Past participle I have loved I have walked The pattern in nonstandard dialects is the same or very similar.
In sentences such as the following, do and have are full verbs: They do their homework when they get home. He does lots of useful things in the village. We always do the best we can. I have my tea at five o’clock. I have three sisters and two brothers. He has many such opportunities. Auxiliary Second, to do and to have are also AUXILIARY or grammatical verbs which have nothing to do with ‘doing’ or ‘having’ but are used instead to do different grammatical tasks in English. In the case of to do, these include the formation of questions and negatives: Do you come here often?