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All about TIME

刊登日期: 2015.11.07
作者: F.S.P.  Sr. Grace Lee  

When a question begins with WHEN, 

the answer is always about time. 

“When do you get up in the morning?” 

“I get up in the morning at seven o’clock.” 

To tell the time, we use TO before the hour. 

4:40 pm = twenty to five or four forty in the afternoon 

2:45 pm = a quarter to three or two forty five in the afternoon 


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MUCH MANY

刊登日期: 2015.10.17
作者: F.S.P.  Sr. Grace Lee  

Much is used to describe something you cannot count. It is something “abstract”, for example, much poverty (being poor), much energy (being full of life), much strength (being strong), much waste, much cheating, much goodness. 

It is also for collective nouns, for example, much food (many things to eat), much money (dollars and cents), much fun (games to enjoy). 


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INTRODUCTION

刊登日期: 2015.09.26
作者: F.S.P.  Sr. Grace Lee  

 

As we begin to refresh our English, we want to remember some basic rules which will help us speak and write English very well. English is a living language so it changes according to the time and place where people speak this language. 

We begin by learning to greet people in the proper way. 

Usually we greet a person by his given name, example, ‘Good morning, John’. If we do not know him well, we say, ‘Good morning, Mr. Chan’. 

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