Monday, October 16, 2017

Andrew Biggs 5CD (เพื่อนภาษา English)

Phrase + "TO" + Gerund

We usually find "‘to"’ with a verb (as part of the infinitive form). However, when "to" is a preposition which is part of a combination ( phrasal verb, prepositional verb, idiom, adjective + preposition) , then it is correct to use a gerund after it. This list includes some of the most commonly used phrases containing the "to + gerund" formula. They will help you sound more natural.

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Saturday, October 14, 2017

The Concise English Dictionary and Thesaurus for Babylon

The Concise Oxford English Dictionary and Thesaurus for Babylon

The Concise Oxford Dictionary 
The Oxford Dictionary contains over 78,000 headwords providing coverage of more than 240,000 words, phrases and meanings. This dictionary offers rich vocabulary coverage including rare and historical terms, as well as scientific and technical vocabulary, with hundreds of helpful notes on grammar and usage.
The Concise Oxford Thesaurus 
The Oxford Thesaurus contains over 17,000 headwords offering more than 365,000 synonyms covering everyday vocabulary as well as more unusual and specialist words, with clear labeling of informal, dialect, literary, and technical items. The most useful alternative words are given first, with the word closest in meaning to the word given in capitals.