Triá»n khai chuyÃªn Äá» Äáº£o ngá»¯
Äá» Äáº¢O NGá»®
trÃ¬nh bÃ y: ÄoÃ n Thá» Lá» Nhung
Äáº£o ngá»¯ lÃ hÃ¬nh thá»©c Äáº·t Äá»ng tá»« trÆ°á»c chá»§ ngá»¯ trong cÃ¢u.
NgoÃ i cÃ¡ch dÃ¹ng thÃ´ng thÆ°á»ng trong cÃ¡c loáº¡i cÃ¢u há»i, chÃºng ta váº«n thÆ°á»ng gáº·p má»t sá» trÆ°á»ng há»£p Äáº£o ngá»¯ sau ÄÃ¢y dÃ¹ng Äá»
I. NEVER, RARELY, SELDOM, LITTLE, UNDER, AT, IN , ON
Nhá»¯ng tá»« ÄÆ°á»£c Äáº·t Äáº§u cÃ¢u dÃ¹ng trong Äáº£o ngá»¯ cÃ³ nghÄ©a phá»§
Äá»nh lÃ : nerver, rarely, seldom, little, vÃ cÃ¡c cá»¥m tá»« báº¯t ÄÃ u báº±ng giá»i tá»«
nhÆ°: under, at in,on.
Rarely does one find good service these days.
Seldom had they participated in such a fascinating ceremony.
Never in my life have I seen such a mess.
Little did she realise what would happen to her next.
Under no circumstance will Miss Weaver be offered the job.
At no time was Tom aware of what was happening.
In no way can Mr Brown be held responsible.
On no account are visitors allowed to smoke in the museum.
II. NOT ONLYâ¦ BUT ALSO, ONLYâ¦, NOTâ¦
trÃºc vá»i Not onlyâ¦ but also vÃ Not + danh tá»« hoáº·c tráº¡ng tá»« chá» thá»i gian.
Not only is she intelligent but
she is olso kind.
Not only did we loose all our
money, but we also came to losing our lives.
Not until he retired did he think
about having a holiday abroad.
Not a sound did she make as she
trÃºc vá»i Onlyâ¦
Only when I have free time do I
Only by (using ) force could the door be opened
Only after they waited for twelve
hours did their flight leave.
Only last week did the
Agriculture Minister admit defeat.
III. CÃU ÄIá»U KIá»N LÆ¯á»¢C Bá» âIFâ.
If anyone asks me,
please tell themI will be away for a few days.
= Should anyone asks me, please tell themI will be away for
a few days.
If it hadnât
been for Henry, I might not have met
=Had it not been for Henry, I might not have met you.
If the chemicals
were to leak, a large area of the sea would be contaminated.
= Were the chemicals to leak, a large area of the sea would
If I had known what
was going to happen, I would never have left him alone.
= Had I known what was going to happen, I would never have
left him alone.
IV.HARDLY, SCARCELY, BARELYâ¦WHEN, NO SOONERâ¦THAN
Scarcely had she put the phone down when it rang again.
Hardly had they arrived on the beach when it started to
No sooner had I gone to the bed than someone rang my
Barely had he walked into the house when the telephone rang.
V. SOâ¦ THAT, SUCHâ¦THAT
So hot was the day that we had to stay indoors.
Such was his fury that he threw the book across the room.
VI.NHá»®NG TRÆ¯á»NG Há»¢P KHÃC
1.Cá»¥m tráº¡ng tá»« chá» nÆ¡i chá»n Äáº·t á» Äáº§u cÃ¢u.
On the stairs was sitting a small girl.
2.LiÃªn tá»« AS má»¡ Äáº§u cho má»nh Äá» sau:
She travelled a great deal, as most of her friends.
3.LiÃªn tá»« NEITHER, NOR vÃ SO.
*-I donât like him.
-Nor/ Neither do I.
*-My mother is ill this week.
-So is my mother.
4.Cáº¥u trÃºc vá»i HERE
vaf THERE Äáº·t á» Äáº§u cÃ¢u.
-Here comes Freddy!
-There goes the teacher!
5.Äá»ng tá»« SAY, ASKâ¦ trong má»nh Äá» giá»i thiá»u cá»§a lá»i nÃ³i
trá»±c tiáº¿p: LÆ°u Ã½ ráº±ng Äáº£o ngá»¯ khÃ´ng ÄÆ°á»£c dÃ¹ng
náº¿u chá»§ nhá»¯ lÃ má»t Äáº¡i tá»«.
âWhat do you mean?â asked Henry.
âWhat do you mean?â He asked .