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John is eating his dinner this is not my book the cat

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John is eating his dinner . This is not my book . The cat has injured its foot . The boy broke his arm yesterday. She forgot her homework this morning. My food is cold. 5.4 Reflexive pronoun ( ðạ i t ph n thân) myself yourself himself herself itself ourselves yourselves themselves Dùng ñể di n ñạ t ch ng v a là tác nhân gây ra hành ñộ ng, v a là tác nhân nh n tác ñộ ng c a hành ñộ ng ñ ó. Nó ñứ ng ngay ñằ ng sau ñộ ng t ho c gi i t for , to cu i câu. Jill bought himself a new car.
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S ư u t m và thi ế t k ế b i Ph m Vi t V ũ - 28 – Tr ườ ng ðạ i H c Kinh T ế ð à N ng Chú ý: “Jill bought him a new car” thì câu có ngh ĩ a khác: “him” = another person. I washed myself He sent the letter to himself . She served herself in the cafeteria. We hurt ourselves playing football John and Mary hurt themselves in a car accident. You can see the difference for yourselves . Dùng ñể nh n m nh vi c ch ng t làm l y vi c gì, trong tr ườ ng h p này nó ñứ ng ngay sau ch ng ho c sau t by . I myself believe that there is no God. She prepared the nine-course meal by herself . John washed the dishes by himself . The students themselves decorated the room. Chú ý: d ng s nhi u self bi ế n thành selves . 6. Tân ng (complement / object) và các v n ñề liên quan 6.1 ðộ ng t dùng làm tân ng Không ph i b t c ñộ ng t nào trong ti ế ng Anh c ũ ng ñề u ñ òi h i tân ng ñứ ng sau nó là m t danh t . M t s các ñộ ng t l i ñ òi h i tân ng sau nó ph i là m t ñộ ng t khác. ðộ ng t dùng làm tân ng ñượ c chia làm hai lo i: 6.1.1. Lo i 1: ðộ ng t nguyên th làm tân ng (to + verb) B ng d ướ i ñ ây là nh ng ñộ ng t ñ òi h i tân ng sau nó là m t ñộ ng t nguyên th khác. agree attempt claim decide demand desire expect fail forget hesitate hope intend learn need offer plan prepare pretend refuse seem strive tend want wish John expects to begin studying law next semester. Mary learned to swim when she was very young. The committee decided to postpone the meeting. The president will attempt to reduce inflation rate. Trong câu ph ñị nh, thêm not vào tr ướ c ñộ ng t làm tân ng : John decided not to buy the car. 6.1.2. Lo i 2: ðộ ng t Verb-ing dùng làm tân ng
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S ư u t m và thi ế t k ế b i Ph m Vi t V ũ - 29 – Tr ườ ng ðạ i H c Kinh T ế ð à N ng B ng d ướ i ñ ây là nh ng ñộ ng t ñ òi h i tân ng theo sau nó ph i là m t Verb-ing admit appreciate avoid can't help delay deny resist enjoy finish miss postpone practice quit resume suggest consider mind recall risk repeat resent
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