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K202 Workbook Lesson 7 Grammar A. 4. A: G ? C. 4. to place G to be placed G (. + . /G -> t .) 5. G v road sign 6. . under construction D. 4. t (. to call + . /G do something for somebody) 6. be written +. /4 -> t . E. 3. B: . ten days 4. A: . + . -> . G. 4. . commute . from, to. Reading A. . particularly . convenient G v Namdaemoon Market . by far t side dishes material G v to clap hands . , . (. : choose; pick; select) . unconditionally; without any condition . shout; cry out 1. . the writer B. -t (~. ) . take somebody (to somewhere) . go to market; go grocery shopping . mostly; for the most part G . (stick to; adhere to) + . /4 (be in the state of ~) G stand close to . price for goods/things t . (gather together) + . /G (be in the state of~)
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Unformatted text preview: t if you ask him/her to give you more G v verb (. : adjective) . entrance G v be clogged with cars (. : to block/stop ; . be blocked/stopped) . a shopping street; a street of stores . to remember C. . the sound of phone ringing; bicycle ringing sound . deliver . narrow . etc. etc. (~ . : ~etc.) . to collect; gather ~. /t NounNoun for ~ . street vendor, roadside stall . a pot stew spinach . lettuce . green/spring onion; leek v order and eat . to visit . to understand . very much; quite v be helpful 5. one of the good ways/methods Writing A. . . . B. 2. .-> passive: (past: . ) E. 4. Korean-English dictionary...
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