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Words with a different meaning

  1. A) Explain the words given in italics. Make up sentences of your own. Use English-English dictionaries to help you.
  2. A) READ THE TEXT AND FIND THE ENGLISH EQUIVALENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING WORDS
  3. A) Study the definitions of the words with similar meanings and think about their proper Russian equivalents.
  4. A) Study the definitions of the words with similar meanings and think about their proper Russian equivalents.
  5. A) Study the vocabulary for remuneration and benefits. Match words and phrases from the left-side column with their Ukrainian equivalents.
  6. A) Study the vocabulary for skills and qualifications. Match words and phrases from the left-side column with their Ukrainian equivalents.
  7. A) Study the vocabulary for work and jobs. Match words and phrases from the left-side column with their Ukrainian equivalents.

Infinitive or Present Participle

Gerund and present participle are not exactly the same. As this chapter is about when to use the infinitive and when to use the ing-form, however, we have also listed words here that can be used either with the infinitive or the present participle. (for more information on the present participle see participles)

http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/infinitive-gerund



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