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© Fujitsu Limited, 2011 Open - Close Turn-on – Turn-off By Susan Assad CLEAR ! Chronicle of Leads in English And Resources
© Fujitsu Limited, 2011 Right! Wrong! Open and Close Certain words are used in the same way in both English and French while they are used differently in another context If in French we say “Je ferme le livre et j’ouvre la fenêtre ” The English version will be “I close the book and open the window”, right? Now, you might think OK, so then if I say “Je ferme la radio et j’ouvre la TV” The English will be “I close the radio and open the TV”, right? 1
© Fujitsu Limited, 2011 Open and Close The answer here is I turn off the radio And turn on the TV So why do we Close a book and Open a window but Turn off a radio and Turn on a TV when it’s the same verbs in French? 2
© Fujitsu Limited, 2011 Turn-on and Turn-off Simple! The trick is : just ask yourself the following questions Is it power operated? Is it electric? If the answer is Yes If the answer is No 3 Use Turn on / Turn off Use Open / Close
© Fujitsu Limited, 2011 Open/close or Turn on/off? A suitcase A drawer A television A printer A projector A calculator A bottle An envelope A light A mail box A jukebox A computer 4 Open/close ( ) Turn on/off ( ) Click on the line to see the answer
© Fujitsu Limited, 2011 5 Hope this is CLEAR !
© Fujitsu Limited, 2011 Canadian and American English By Susan Assad CLEAR ! Chronicle of Leads in English And Resources.
© Fujitsu Limited, 2011 This - That These – Those By Susan Assad CLEAR ! Chronicle of Leads in English And Resources.
© Fujitsu Limited, 2011 To realize By Susan Assad CLEAR ! Chronicle of Leads in English And Resources.
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© Fujitsu Limited, 2010 Actually vs Currently By Susan Assad CLEAR ! Chronicle of Leads in English And Resources.
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