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2016-04-29 11:35:08
✨ #Lesson_30 > Listening πŸ“ Do not forget to pause the video and write important notes in your notebook. πŸ“€ Review the video until you can hear it word by word. http://goo.gl/zoKX1Z πŸ“š Join @TOEFL channel in telegram and stay tuned. πŸ† http://telegram.me/toefl
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2016-04-27 08:53:42
✨ #Lesson_29 > Grammar > Noun Gender πŸ’« Using nouns correctly in English is relatively simple, with standard rules and only a few exceptions. In general, nouns answer the questions: πŸ‘‰ "What is it?" and "Who is it?" They give names to things, people, and places. πŸ’« Noun Gender : Gender is sometimes shown by different forms or different words when referring to people or animals. Masculine (M) . Feminine (F) . Gender Neutral (N) . 🏁 Examples : M: Man F: Woman N: Person / People M: Father F: Mother N: Parent / Parents M: Husband F: Wife N: Spouse M: Boy F: Girl N: Child / Children M: Rooster F: Hen N: Chicken 🎾 Many nouns that refer to people's roles and jobs can be used for either a masculine or a feminine subject. like: πŸ‘‰ cousin, teenager, teacher, doctor, student, friend, colleague 🏁 For example: Peter is my cousin, he is a doctor. Sarah is my other cousin, she is a doctor, too. 🏁 More Examples on Noun Gender ( M : F ) πŸ‘‰ god : goddess ( God : The spirit or being whom Muslims, Christians and Jews believe created the universe, and to whom they pray. God is unique. god : A male spirit or being who is believed to control the world or part of it. Example: Hindu god ) πŸ‘‰ groom : bride πŸ‘‰ fiance : fiancee πŸ‘‰ hero : heroine πŸ‘‰ lad : lass πŸ‘‰ lord : lady πŸ‘‰ gentleman : lady πŸ‘‰ landlord : landlady πŸ‘‰ king : queen πŸ‘‰ prince : princess πŸ‘‰ emperor : empress πŸ‘‰ count : countess πŸ‘‰ sir : madam πŸ‘‰ nephew : niece πŸ‘‰ actor : actress πŸ‘‰ waiter : waitress πŸ‘‰ manservant : maidservant πŸ‘‰ boy scout : girl guide πŸ‘‰ bachelor : spinster πŸ‘‰ grandson : granddaughter πŸ‘‰ father-in-law : mother-in-law πŸ‘‰ son-in-law : daughter-in-law πŸ‘‰ step-father : step-mother πŸ‘‰ step-son : step-daughter http://goo.gl/kLqhwB πŸ“š Join @TOEFL channel in telegram and stay tuned. πŸ† http://telegram.me/toefl
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2016-04-27 08:53:11
πŸ’« Dear @TOEFL Channel Crew! πŸ’ We are happy to inform you the first present is ready, but let us wrap it up! πŸ’Ž Also our team has become greater, and elite teachers joined us! 🎾 The next lesson is the second grammar one from an amazing and experienced girl who is simply the mentor we will never meet! ✨ The next level for learning English! β˜„ Telegram version 3.8 has also arrived! Try this valuable bot after upgrading it. πŸ‘‰ @youtube 🎁 Introduce @TOEFL channel to your best friends, if they want to know English thoroughly, πŸ’« And want to: 1) Write an English email correctly, 2) Prepare a manuscript for Journals perfectly, 3) Speak English fluently, 4) Hear news and conversation words distinctly, 5) Pass international exams successfully, 6) Be admitted to universities certainly, πŸ’₯ And also don’t have enough time to: 1) Read many books 2) Participate in different classes 3) Watch every day English movies 4) Listen to hundred hours of voices http://goo.gl/dSy76Y πŸ“š Join @TOEFL channel in telegram and stay tuned. πŸ† http://telegram.me/toefl
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2016-03-20 18:54:38
✨ #Lesson_28 > Vocabulary > Roots πŸ’« Learning roots, prefixes and suffixes helps you have the tools needed for decoding difficult words and breaking down unfamiliar words into segments that are easily understood. πŸ“ root : equ, equi, iqu πŸ‘‰ meaning : equal 🏁 Examples : 🌸 Part 1 equal πŸ‘‰ the same in size, value, amount equate πŸ‘‰ to consider that one thing is the same as something else equation πŸ‘‰ a statement that the values of two mathematical expressions are equal 🌸 Part 2 equator πŸ‘‰ imaginary line dividing the northern and southern hemispheres into equal parts equinox πŸ‘‰ one of the two times in a year when day and night are equal in length everywhere equatorial πŸ‘‰ relating to the equator, or near the equator 🌸 Part 3 equity πŸ‘‰ the quality of being fair and impartial ( im + partial #Lesson_27 ) inequity πŸ‘‰ lack of fairness ( in + equity #Lesson_27 ) equitable πŸ‘‰ treating everyone equally and fairly inequitable πŸ‘‰ not equally fair to everyone ( in + equitable #Lesson_27 ) 🌸 Part 4 equiangular πŸ‘‰ having all angles the same size equilateral πŸ‘‰ having all sides the same length ( equilateral triangle ) equidistant πŸ‘‰ ( He wants to be equidistant from both political parties. ) 🌸 Part 5 equivalent πŸ‘‰ identical, same, similar, comparable, corresponding equivalence πŸ‘‰ the condition of being equivalent in value 🌸 Part 6 equilibrium πŸ‘‰ a balance between opposing forces, influences ; mental or emotional balance equable πŸ‘‰ not easily disturbed or angered ; tranquil ; steady (an equable climate) equanimity πŸ‘‰ self-possession ; calmness in a difficult situation 🌸 Part 7 equivocal πŸ‘‰ ambiguous, doubtful nature or character unequivocal πŸ‘‰ obvious equivocate πŸ‘‰ use ambiguous language in order to avoid giving a clear or direct answer 🌸 Part 8 equalize πŸ‘‰ to make two or more things the same in size, value, amount equality πŸ‘‰ the state of being equal, especially in status, rights, and opportunities. inequality πŸ‘‰ ( in + equality #Lesson_27) 🌸 Part 9 iniquitous πŸ‘‰ very unfair and morally wrong (an iniquitous tax) coequal πŸ‘‰ having the same rank or importance equipoise πŸ‘‰ balancing force ( equipoise of power ) 🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸 The spring equinox occurs on about March 20 in the northern hemisphere and on September 22 in the southern hemisphere. http://i.imgsafe.org/7a0c86e.jpg πŸ“š Join @TOEFL channel in telegram and stay tuned. πŸ† http://telegram.me/toefl
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2016-03-09 22:41:41
✨ #Lesson_27 > Vocabulary > Prefixes πŸ’« Learning roots, prefixes and suffixes helps you have the tools needed for decoding difficult words and breaking down unfamiliar words into segments that are easily understood. πŸ“ In English β€œ in ” is used as preposition, adverb, adjective, noun and prefix. 🏁 Examples : Prep. πŸ‘‰πŸ» Walking in the park Adv. πŸ‘‰πŸ» Please come in. Adj. πŸ‘‰πŸ» the in (inner) part of a mechanism N. πŸ‘‰πŸ» persons who are in This lesson deals with β€œ in ” as a prefix. πŸ“ prefixes: πŸ‘‰πŸ» in πŸ‘‰πŸ» im ( before words starting with P or M ) πŸ‘‰πŸ» il ( before words starting with L ) πŸ‘‰πŸ» ir ( before words starting with R ) πŸ“ meaning πŸ‘‰πŸ» not, non These prefixes are used to add the meaning " not, lacking, or the opposite of " to adjectives and to words formed from adjectives. 🏁 Examples : 🎾 in incredible invalid incorrect insane incomplete incompatible incapable insignificant independent inconsiderate indiscreet incautious inaccessible inconvenient inefficient inability inadequate insufficient 🎾 im impossible impolite improper immortal immature impatient imprudent imperfect implausible 🎾 il illegal illicit illogical illiterate illegible illegitimate illiberal illimitable 🎾 ir irregular irrelevant irreligious irrational irrespective irresponsible http://i.imgsafe.org/1083eeb.jpg πŸ“š Join @TOEFL channel in telegram and stay tuned. πŸ† http://telegram.me/toefl
TOEFL
2016-02-23 20:28:36
✨ Lesson 26 > Listening πŸ“ Do not forget to pause the video and write important notes in your notebook. πŸ“€ Review the video until you can hear it word by word. πŸ“š Join @TOEFL channel in telegram and stay tuned. πŸ† http://telegram.me/toefl
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2016-02-23 20:28:24
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2016-02-12 20:45:37
✨ Lesson 25 > Vocabulary > Collocations > very and very much > Part A πŸ’« In English, there are lots of other ways of saying very or very much. 🏁 For example, we can use words such as: 🎾 Highly 🎾 Utterly 🎾 Bitterly 🎾 Deeply πŸ“ These alternatives collocate strongly with specific words, and other combinations often sounds unnatural. 🎾 Part A: "Highly" collocates strongly with: πŸ‘‰ recommended πŸ‘‰ likely (probability) πŸ‘‰ unlikely πŸ‘‰ unusual πŸ‘‰ successful πŸ‘‰ competitive πŸ‘‰ profitable πŸ‘‰ effective πŸ‘‰ controversial 🏁 It is highly recommended that you study hard. It is highly unlikely that I’ll finish my work on time. πŸ’‘ Hence, the alternatives are : Very successful πŸ‘‰ Highly successful Very recommended πŸ‘‰ Highly recommended πŸ“š Join @TOEFL channel in telegram and stay tuned. πŸ† http://telegram.me/toefl
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2016-02-01 18:55:33
✨ Lesson 24 > Listening πŸ“ Listen and practice πŸ“€ TC4 πŸ“š Join @TOEFL channel in telegram and stay tuned. πŸ† http://telegram.me/toefl http://i.imgsafe.org/9e6d894.jpg
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2016-01-23 19:43:49
http://i.imgsafe.org/f7e5f01.jpg ✨ Lesson 23 > Vocabulary > Roots πŸ’« Learning roots, prefixes and suffixes helps you have the tools needed for decoding difficult words and breaking down unfamiliar words into segments that are easily understood. πŸ“ root : ann, annu, enni πŸ‘‰ meaning : year 🏁 Examples : 🎾 Part 1 annual πŸ‘‰ occurring once every year annals πŸ‘‰ a record of events year by year annalist πŸ‘‰ a person who writes annals anniversary πŸ‘‰ the date on which an event took place in a previous year per annum πŸ‘‰ for or in each year 🎾 Part 2 centennial πŸ‘‰ 100th anniversary sesquicentennial πŸ‘‰ 150th anniversary bicentennial πŸ‘‰ 200th anniversary millennium πŸ‘‰ a period of 1000 years 🎾 Part 3 biannual (semiannual) πŸ‘‰ happening twice each year biennial πŸ‘‰ happening once every two years quadrennial πŸ‘‰ happening once every four years perennial πŸ‘‰ happening again and again, or existing for a long time 🎾 Part 4 annuity πŸ‘‰ a fixed sum of money paid to someone each year, usually until they die superannuate πŸ‘‰ outmode, retire (someone) with a pension πŸ“š Join @TOEFL channel in telegram and stay tuned. πŸ† http://telegram.me/toefl