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Grammar point 001 - 9 Long-awaited(fixed a long-awaited...

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Grammar point 001 1. Neither … nor… Used when two states, facts, actions, etc. are mentioned and both are not true or not possible. i. The equipment is neither accurate nor safe . ii. She was expression less, neither laughing nor crying . 2. As/such + a/an Used when you are describing someone’s job or the main purpose of someone or something 3. Society Without articles i. a body of individuals living as members of a community; community with articles i. An organization or association of persons engaged in a common profession, activity, or interest 4. Social position (fixed) 5. The young = a particular group of young people, more than one youth. 6. Youth (c.) = one young people The youth = a group of young people 7. Commit suicide (fixed) 8. (a) Few + plural noun A few: is positive and means a small number but not a lot. i. There are a few beers left in the fridge. Few: is negative and means not many. i. There are very few beers left in the fridge. We do not add articles before the noun following by “few”.
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Unformatted text preview: 9. Long-awaited (fixed): a long-awaited event, moment etc. is one that you have been expecting for a long time. 10. Stress (v.): to emphasize a statement, fact or idea. 11. Much Used with most adj. only before more and too, or when they are in the –er form. i. This is much more/too difficult. 12. Hang Around: to wait or stay somewhere with no real purpose. Over: it something unpleasant hangs over you, you are worried because it is likely to happen soon. In + there: hang tough, to remain brave and determined when you are in a difficult situation. i. You’re innocent and you’ll win, so hang in there. On: to hold something tightly. 13. More + plural noun. 14. Other + noun(without articles) 15. Age At a particular age. We don’t use “on” + age. In: a period of history 16. Any + single noun...
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