Compound Noun List in English (Birleşik Kelime listesi)

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Compound Noun List afterbirth dishwasher heartbeat saltwater aftermath doorbell highway saucepan aircraft downfall homework sawdust airfield downpour honeymoon screenplay airmail drawback horsepower screwdriver armchair dressmaker housework seashell armpit driveway jellyfish seaweed background drugstore jigsaw shellfish backlash drumstick keyboard shoplifter backlog eardrum kneecap shorthand backside earphone ladybug shotgun bandwagon earring leftovers sickbed bankbook earthworm letterhead sideburns banknote earwig lighthouse sidekick barman … Read More

TENSES YDS PREP.

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ZAMAN KAVRAMI (=TENSE)                                                                                        GİRİŞ Zamanlar Present, Past, ve Future sırası ile ele alınmaktadır. Ele alınan tense başlıkları: PAST PRESENT FUTURE SIMPLE V2 V will / be going to + V CONT. was / were + Ving am / is / are + Ving will be + Ving PERFECT had + V3 have / has + V3 will have + … Read More

ACTIVE and PASSIVE VOICE

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The passive voice is sometimes used in English as well. In the active voice, the subject performs the action on something else; in the passive voice, the action is performed on the subject. ACTIVE –The doctor wrote a prescription. PASSIVE –The prescription was written by the doctor. NOTE: In the passive, the object of the active verb becomes the subject. … Read More

ACTIVE and PASSIVE VOICE (C1 level) with exercises

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ACTIVE and PASSIVE VOICE (C1 level) with exercises

Subject/actor verb object/thing acted on In the passive voice, the object of the action becomes the subject of the sentence, and the actor appears in a prepositional phrase, or is absent from the sentence: Subject verb actor/object of prepositional phrase ► Use the active voice when the actor’s identity is important.