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Saturday, August 25, 2012

[55] How to test your language knowledge?

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I think that the topic I'm going to bring up today is often a subject to many questions and doubts. How can you actually know what level of English you represent? How can I measure it? Is B2 the same as intermetiade? How do I know this? Read more to find it out!
Tuesday, August 21, 2012

[54] Definite article (The)

Generally, “the” is used with singular and plural nouns, countable and uncountable ones, to talk about something specific when the noun is mentioned for a second time.

Examples:  Can I try the green T-shirt, please? (Which? The green one; specific)
                There was a mouse in the kitchen. Our cat caught the mouse.
Saturday, August 18, 2012
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[53] Emphatic structures (II): cleft sentences and beyond

As I mentioned in my previous post, this article is devoted to the syntactic structures which emphasize certain parts (information) of the sentence stronger than other parts. Let`s have a look.
Wednesday, August 15, 2012

[52] Emphatic structures (I): Inversion

Perhaps the inversion of subject and verb is long and eagerly awaited topic on this blog so today I am going to introduce this area of the English grammar. In the next part of the article, which I hope I will be able to put here before Sunday, you will find some examples of the so-called 'emphatic structures' so that you can easily identify them in English texts and dialogues and also use them for your own purposes. Enjoy!
Friday, August 10, 2012

[51] Wrażenia z anglistyki

W niniejszym artykule podzielę się z czytelnikami moimi wrażeniami i obserwacjami dotyczącymi studiowania filologii angielskiej, a także postaram się udzielić kilku wskazówek na co szczególnie zwrócić uwagę, będąc studentem anglistyki, lub przymierzając się do studiowania tego kierunku. Gorąco zapraszam!
Thursday, August 2, 2012

[50] Reduplicatives

It goes without saying that English has a variety of lexical forms which are undoubtedly worth discussing on this blog. Moreover, they look and sound amusing which makes them easier to learn for people interested in extending their vocabulary. These forms are called REDUPLICATIVES. They are words created by reduplicating (doubling) a single lexical form to form a new one, e.g. bye-bye. Sometimes reduplication involves a change of one vowel (e.g. chit-chat). The third type of reduplicatives is formed by putting rhyming words together, as in helter-skelter. In my article I am inviting you to the journey through the world of reduplicatives! I will describe selected, more interesting and useful examples of such words and give their Polish equivalents.