Presentation on theme: "2 - (Used as Noun) To see is to believe. I plan to study abroad next year. He told Rick not to think too much. I find it necessary to be on good terms."— Presentation transcript:
2 - (Used as Noun) To see is to believe. I plan to study abroad next year. He told Rick not to think too much. I find it necessary to be on good terms with teachers. It is sometimes very difficult to tell right from wrong.
3 - (Used as Adj.) In a democratic country, every citizen has a right to vote. Poor Eddie doesn't have any friend to play with. Tom has a car to drive.
4 - (Used as Adv.) I came here to see you. The test is hard to pass. Linda was surprised to see me at the wedding. He studied hard only to fail the exam. To do him justice, he did quite an outstanding job.
5 try afford likedecide lovedesire meanattempt + to V hopeexpect wantendeavor wishpretend
6 - I am terribly sorry, I didn't mean to hurt you. I expect to finish my master's degree within two years, and, if possible, I would like to pursue a doctoral degree.
7 - to to see, hear, feel, watch, notice, observe make, have, let (have, let ) They made the land owner sign the contract. The landlord was made to sign the contract. I heard Tom sing a Japanese song. Tom was heard to sing a Japanese song.
8 aim function goalintention of + N. + is + to V reasonobjective purpose The purpose of this book is to help students with their grammatical problems in Spanish The objective of this workshop is to facilitate students learning with computer. The
9 due ready aptlikely abledoomed gladanxious + to V eagerinclined boundprepared Once you get confused with defeat and failure, you are doomed to fail. be
10 first second next+ N. + to V last only Jackie Robins was the first black American to play baseball in the major leagues. Timmy will be the next one to present his project about child education. the
11 to be sure to be frank/honest to begin/start with to do one justice Adv. strange to say needless to say Needless to say, actions speak louder than words.
12 +of It is + to V +for nice, kind, rude, stupid, foolish, polite, generous impossible, necessary, important, pleasant Its stupid of you to turn down the offer. Its necessary for you to come to the meeting on time.