วันเสาร์ที่ 5 มีนาคม พ.ศ. 2554
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วันศุกร์ที่ 4 มีนาคม พ.ศ. 2554
วันเสาร์ที่ 19 กุมภาพันธ์ พ.ศ. 2554
Ex. the tall professor
the lugubrious lieutenant
a solid commitment
a month's pay
a six-year-old child
the unhappiest, richest man
- Adjective Clause
An adjective clause—also called an adjectival or relative clause—will meet three requirements:
■First, it will contain a subject and verb.
■Next, it will begin with a relative pronoun [who, whom, whose, that, or which] or a relative adverb [when, where, or why].
■Finally, it will function as an adjective, answering the questions What kind? How many? or Which one?
The adjective clause will follow one of these two patterns:
relative pronoun or adverb + subject + verb
relative pronoun as subject + verb
Here are some examples:
Whose big, brown eyes pleaded for another cookie
Whose = relative pronoun; eyes = subject; pleaded = verb.
Why Fred cannot stand sitting across from his sister Melanie
Why = relative adverb; Fred = subject; can stand = verb [not, an adverb, is not officially part of the verb].
That bounced across the kitchen floor
That = relative pronoun functioning as subject; bounced = verb.
Who hiccupped for seven hours afterward
Who = relative pronoun functioning as subject; hiccupped = verb.
- Adjective phrase
In an ADJECTIVE PHRASE (AP), the Head word is an adjective. Here are some examples:
Susan is [AP clever]
The doctor is [AP very late]
My sister is [AP fond of animals]
The pre-Head string in an AP is most commonly an adverb phrase such as very or extremely. Adjective Heads may be followed by a post-Head string:
[AP happy to meet you]
[AP ready to go]
[AP afraid of the dark]
A small number of adjective Heads must be followed by a post-Head string. The adjective Head fond is one of these. Compare:
My sister is [AP fond of animals]
*My sister is [fond]
Adverbs are traditionally defined as words that describe verbs.
Adverbs answer any of the following questions about verbs:
how? when? where? why?
The following examples illustrate adverbs modifying verbs:
How did he lift the barbell?
Easily is an adverb.
When will we use it?
Tomorrow functions as an adverb.
Where did she hide the key?
Nearby is an adverb.
Adverbs are the most moveable of all parts of speech; therefore, it is sometimes difficult to identify an adverb on the basis of its position in a sentence.
For example, the adverb slowly will fit into three places in the sentence He climbed the ladder:
Most adverbs end in -ly. In fact, most adverbs are formed by adding -ly to adjectives:
Like adjectives of more than one syllable, adverbs usually become comparative and superlative by using more and most.
- Adverb clause
The Five Types of Adverbs
Adverbs of Manner: Adverbs of manner provide information on how someone does something.
For example: Ali walks very carefully.
Adverbs of Time: Adverbs of time provide information on when something happens.
For example: We'll come to you next week.
Adverbs of Frequency: Adverbs of frequency provide information on how often something happens.
For example: They usually get up at eight o'clock.
Adverbs of Degree: Adverbs of degree provide information concerning how much of something is done.
For example: They like playing golf a lot.
Adverbs of Comment: Adverbs of comment provide a comment, or opinion about a situation.
For example: Fortunately, there were some sandwiches left for us.
Thanks the information from:
Address: HOUSE NO. 200/4 Mooti 5
LUBUSAWOR SUB-DISTRICT, BACHO DISTRICT,
Village Name: SUNGAIBATU House Name:
Type of House: HOUSE Description of house:
Date of stipulating the house number 7 April 2003
Signature: (Mrs.Soonthariya Hongwisett) Registrar
Date of printing the house registration: 7 April 2003
Book No: 1 List of persons of the house code no. 9603-011728-9 Serial No. 7
Name: Ms.Asmah Jemae Nationality: THAI Sex: FEMALE
ID No:1-9603-00060-28-9 Status: RESIDENT Date of Birth:06 April 1990
Name of natural mother:Tueroh 3-9603-00111-27-1 Nationality: THAI
Name of natural father: Abdulhamee 3-9603-00111-25-4 Nationality: THAI
Transferred from: 200/4 Mooti 7 LUBUSAWOR SUB-DISTRICT
, BACHO DISTRICT, NARATHIWAT PROVINCE. Since,7 April 2003
Signature: (Mrs.Soonthariya Hongwisett) Registrar
วันอาทิตย์ที่ 13 กุมภาพันธ์ พ.ศ. 2554
- Modifier before noun.
- Present paticiple.
Ex.Seeing a dog, I ran away.
- past participle.
- Noun adjunct.
In English we can put two nouns together. The first noun is used as an adjective to modify the second noun and is called a noun adjunct. The first noun is almost always singular because it follows the rule for adjectives, which do not have plural forms in English.
N1 N2 can mean that
a. N1 is a kind of N2 (a grammar book is a kind of book)
b. N1 is an object of an implied verb (an apple tree is a tree that produces apples)
It is important to understand that N2 is the thing and N1 is the kind or type:
a rose bush is a bush
a wrist watch is a watch
computer paper is paper
N1 is singular, even if the phrase is plural.
My mother planted a rose bush in the garden.
I bought a new table lamp.
Bobby takes the school bus to school.
The school ordered fifty new grammar books.
That man makes bird cages.
Mrs. Taylor bought some new baby clothes.
We can use a number with N1 to make a compound adjective. Since the number and noun make one unit, we use a hyphen to join them. Note that N1 remains singular because it is being used as an adjective.
a three-car garage
a ten-speed bicycle
a twenty-dollar bill
If we use a number to refer to the second noun (how many), we do not use a hyphen:
two grammar books
five rose bushes
We can use a number to refer to the second noun (how many) and a number with the first noun (compound adjective). In that case, there is no hyphen after the first number, but the second number is still used with a hyphen because it forms a compound adjective.
two ten-dollar bills
four three-bedroom homes
2. Modifier after noun.
The concert tomorrow.
The room upstairs.
- To infinitive.
2. The to- infinitive shows how the noun or pronoun is to be used.
Ex.I have work to do.
Do you need a book to read?
She gave him something to drink.
They don’t want anything to eat
- Present participle.
I saw a rock rolling down the hill.
Dear Abby: 'Nice guy' wants some control over his explosions of anger
By Dear Abby
DEAR ABBY: I have an issue that has me concerned, and I need some expertise.
I have a problem with anger. I don't know what triggers it. It happens out of the blue sometimes.
I have never struck out in anger toward another person, but people have witnessed my outbursts and seemed taken aback by the behavior. The instances occur every month or two.
I'm a nice guy. I would bend over backward to help someone if I could.
My verbal explosions contradict who I am inside. Do you have any suggestions on what I can do to control my temper in these situations?
- Hothead in New Jersey
DEAR HOTHEAD: Anger is a normal emotion. Everyone has experienced it at one time or another. When primitive men and women were faced with a potential threat, they reacted instinctively with either fear or anger. It was nature's way of enabling us to run away or fight back.
Even infants display anger by screaming or holding their breath until they turn red. And we've all seen older children throw tantrums, holler and throw things.
Whatever is causing your angry outbursts, it is important to analyze what has been triggering them.
Being out of work, unable to pay one's bills or feeling unfairly treated can arouse feelings of anger.
Being hurt emotionally by someone can cause it, too. People have been known to become angry if their beliefs or values are questioned or threatened.
Low self-esteem can also cause people to feel easily threatened. Many people who suffer from chronic low self-esteem believe they must continually prove themselves. To compensate for their feelings of inadequacy, they are driven to "win every battle," whether at sports or in an argument.
People who are overly tired have been known to lash out without real provocation.
Being physically ill can have the same effect. (You can break that cycle by simply explaining that you're not feeling well and ask for patience because your temper is short at such times.)
Depression, drugs and alcohol abuse have long been known to cause people to lose control of their emotions and say - and do - things they later regret.
I publish a booklet, "The Anger in All of Us and How to Deal With It," that was created to help people learn to control their anger.
For people of all ages, it is a kind of survival guide to help them understand their anger and appropriately deal with it.
It can be ordered by sending your name and mailing address, plus a check or money order for $6 (U.S. funds), to Dear Abby - Anger Booklet, Box 447, Mount Morris, IL 61054-0447. Shipping and handling included in price.
Most of us have been trained from early childhood to suppress anger. But it is even more important to learn to express it in ways that are constructive rather than destructive.
Anger can be a positive emotion if it is channeled in the right direction. Uncontrolled, it can be a killer.
Dear Abby:I'm interesting English language,because it is fun and challenge. Now,I can not speak English very well.Please tell me the strategies for to learn English better.
วันพฤหัสบดีที่ 3 กุมภาพันธ์ พ.ศ. 2554
Now, I'd like to share you about making a card for special day.
First, let's see the materials for making a card.
step 1What you need....
For this make you will need the following:
- blank card and envelope
- red and black card or paper (or any colours you want to use)
- glue stick
- sticky foam pads
- compass (or something to draw around)
- googley eyes (optional)
- gel pens
- heart paper punch (or these shapes could be drawn and cut out with scissors)
step 2Cut out your bug
Mark and cut out two circles the same size, one black, one red.
The size of the circles should be relative to the card blank you have.
Draw a line through the middle of the red circle and cut to make two halves.
Mark and cut a smaller circle out of black card (about half the size of the first circles)
Cut this in half, you only need to use one of the halves.
You should now have the pieces in the photo.
step 3Make the hearts
Use your heart punch to cut out six hearts from the black card.
(these can be bought for about £2 in most good craft shops)
Alternatively you could mark these out in pencil and cut them out by hand.
step 4Decorate your bug
Glue the hearts onto the two halves of the red card, try to get them symmetrical.
Use a small piece of sticky foam pad to attach the googley eyes to the head.
step 5Assemble the bug body
Add a sticky foam pad to the bottom of each red piece, then use a glue stick to attach the top half of the red piece to the large black circle as shown.
Using the sticky pads will give a slight 3d effect to your bugs wings but is not essential.
If you do not have these simply glue the wings on.
step 6Assemble the bug
Arrange your bug on the card front so you know where you need to stick it down.
Make sure you leave room for the text.
Use glue stick to stick the body on.
Use a sticky foam pad to stick the head on - again this will make it slightly 3d.
step 7Make the message
Cut a small rectangle of red card.
Make sure it will fit on the card.
Use a gel pen to write the message 'Love Bug'
(You may want to write this lightly in pencil first to make sure your writing will fit on the card.)
step 8Complete your card
Use a glue stick to stick your 'love bug' text onto the card.
And there you have it, a super cute card in very little time.
Perfect for you to add your personal message inside for your loved one!
Get experimental, try it with different colour combinations and different shapes for the wing spots,
Thank you the information from: http://www.instructables.com/ and I get English magazine, http://www.igetenglish.com/
วันพุธที่ 26 มกราคม พ.ศ. 2554
1. Order = Give me a book!
2. Request = Pass the John!
3. Instruction = Turn right at the corner.
4. Suggestion = Try the smoked salmon.
5. Invitation = Come around on the Sunday.
Suda: I've got spare tickets. Why don't you come to the party with me?
Nan: Wow...That sounds great, only one problem...I've got nothing to wear a fancy dress party.
Suda: I'm going as David Beckham, so why don't you go as Posh Spice?
Nan: Hey, that's a great idea!
In the part 2, a fancy dress party is a party where people dress up as famous celebrities or film, cartoon, fairy tale characters, such as Luke Sky Walker, Mickey Mouse, Snow White or Cinderella. Fancy dress parties are very popular at centain times of the year, such as Halloween, Christmas and New Year.
Suda : when should I come over?
Nan : Anytime before 9.00 o'clock, but the taxi is orderfor ten past nine, so don't be late!
Suda : Oh, I've just remembered. I was meant to be hanging out with Phat this evening. Can she come to the party too.?
Nan : Yeah sure, why not? The more the merrier.
In the last part, the more the merrier means the more fun the party (or other gathering) will be.
(I get English magazine)
Suda: Hi Nan. What are you doing this evening?
Nan: I've got tickets for the party. What are you doing?
Suda: Nothing much, hanging out at house, just chilling out listening to music.
In the part 1, there are two new vocabularies. Let's see together.
First, hanging out
Hanging out is a slang expression often used by younger people which means you spend time doing nothing in particular. It's often used with words lihe park, mall, store, downtown, for example;
"Chaz and Dave spend all their time just hanging out at the mall, they never do anything interesting."
Hanging out + at + the park/ mall/ store/etc.
Hanging out + downtown.
Second, chilling out
Chilling out, means to relax. The interesting thing phrase is the way native speakers of English say it. Although we write "chilling out" when we say the phrase it sounds like chill-in out,without the -g on the end.
( I get English Magazine)
- Narrative: telling story, usually to entertain.
( * , ** )
ฉันคงไม่โทษที่เธอไป เพราะว่าเข้าใจตลอด และยังเข้าใจตลอดมา
( ** , ** )
All I Can do
It had been so long until I could accept it,
Until i learned what it was.
Our love was not easy
When the time that taught us to understand
Determinded that we had to say goodbye.
*I won't blame you for leaving me
Because I knew it all along.
**We ran out of time and you might have to go,
But what's left in my heart
Is the feeling you aren't aware of.
And I can't say it out loud.
All I can do is missing you.
I resolve to live with the truth,
But I'll never forget our good memories.
I'll have you in my heart
With the time whoch keeps passing by so that I can move on
No matter how lonesome I am.
(repeat * and ** again)
I won't blame you for leaving me Because I knew it all along.
(repeat **,** again)
- Instructions: telling the listener or order what to do.
The Prime Minister said that we hope to progress leastways. He don't be a trouble to Word Heritage committee meeting in June. He would not meet with Hun Sen Majesty, but will be meet in the ASEAN meetting.
Mr. Suthep Thaugsuban,Vice President of the Security Department said Cambodia was dissatisfied that Thai government postponed the consideration of committee frontiers Thai - Cambodia (JBC) out of several that will explain to Cambodia understand the reason. During that the Mr. Sok, deputy prime minister of Combodia will meet and confer with Mr. Suwit Khunkitti about the legcy wourld. He will talk to Mr. Sok about field works on the territory because the best solving problems was talking together.
2.Fold the paper into half line follow middle line.
3.Fold the paper only the top up.
4.Handle the paper for reverse .
5.This spot open up then fold over onto top .
6.Fold the paper over onto top and it will be this picture .
7.Head part, we will fold onto top.
9. The tip of tail part, fold the paper break 2 time into body.
10. Pull tip of tail that break 2 time last.
11. Cut out by scissors.
12. Craw the eyes and trait give to your giraffe then finish to make Folding Giraffe by paper.
Meterials to use:
1. Poster paper cream colour, red, orange, dark green and pale green colour.
2. Glue stick
3.Googley eyes size 1 centimeter
1. Cut a model body of poster cream colour and fold the track dotted line.
2. Cut a crest of poster red colour and mouth each 1 piece, fold the track dotted line.
3. Cut 2 inside tails of orage colour and outsite tails, after that slit of dotted line with dividers circle and fold up.
4. Cut 2 inside wings of poster dark green colour and outside wings, after that slit of dotted line with dividers circle and fold up and down.
วันศุกร์ที่ 7 มกราคม พ.ศ. 2554
I learned about ' If Clause' ,
First, I'd like to tell you, "what is the if clause means?
- If I were a single child, I would be very lonely.
- If Suda goes to old school, she will meet her old friend.
Type 2 present / unreal(impossible)
(If + v2., would, could, should, might + v1.) or (If + past simple, S + would + v1.)
- If I were a guy , I would have several girlfriends.
- If I were you, I would go to study abroad.
Type 3 past/unreal.
(If + past perfect, S + would/should + have + v3.)
- If you had gone to the party last night, you would have met your oldfriend.
*** Mix Type
(If + past perfect, S + would adv. of time in the future)
- If Nan hadn't come late, she would meet Marry by now.
วันพุธที่ 5 มกราคม พ.ศ. 2554
One day, a father of a very wealthy family took his son on
a trip to the country with firm purpose of showing his
son how poor people live.
They spent a couple of days and nights on the farm of
what would be considered a very poor family.
One their return from their trip, the father asked his son,
"How was the trip?"
"It was great, Dad."
"Did you see how poor people live?" the father asked.
"Oh yeah," said the son.
"So, tell me, what did you learn from the trip?"
asked the father.
The son answered," I saw that we have one dog and they
have four. We have a pool that reaches to the middle
of our garden, and they have a creek that has no end.
We have imported lanters in our garden, and they have
the stars at night. Our patio reaches to the front yard,
and they have the whole horizon. We have a small piece
of land to live on, and they have fields that go beyond
our sight. We have servants who serve us,
but they serve others. We buy our food, but they grow
theirs. We have walls around our property to protect us;
they have friends to protect them."
The boy's father was speechless.
Then his son added, "Thanks, Dad, for showing me how
poor we are."
In this academic, I learned about the difference between the poor and the rich live .Then, I'd like to shared new vocabularies about entertainment:
debut = vt., vi., n. (การ)ออกโรงครั้งแรก,แสดงครั้งแรก
exhibition = n. งานแสดงศิลปะ, นิทรรศการ
nomination = n. การได้รับเสนอชื่อเข้ารับรางวัลหรือชิงตำแหน่ง
perfonmance = n. การแสดง, การกระทำ, การบรรเลง