Bài giảng Tiếng Anh - V-ing, To V and V - Trương Văn Ánh

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  1. V-ING, TO V and V Mr. Ánh
  2. V-ING • Advise: Teacher advised learning computer science. • Admit: The chief admitted firing the clerk. • Allow: The guard did not allow playing in the yard. • Anticipate: The scouts anticipated having fine weather. • Appreciate: The victims appreciated staying there by night. • Avoid: The debtor avoided meeting the lender. • Busy: Mother is busy cooking in the kitchen. • It is no use: It is no use discussing that problem with him. • It is no good: It is no good discussing that problem with him. • Can’t bear: The boss can’t bear seeing the servant idle.
  3. • Can’t stand: I can’t stand listening to that sad music. • Can’t help: Even in the solemn atmosphere, he can’t help laughing. • Can’t endure: The patient can’t endure smelling that odor. • Complete: The workers completed building the new garage. • Consider: The committee considered passing a new bill. • Defend: They defended raising chickens. • Delay: He delays paying his taxes. • Deny: The thief denied stealing the purse. • Discuss: The staff discussed holding a party. • Dislike: He dislikes playing tennis.
  4. • Enjoy: The farmer enjoys sipping wine. • Escape: He escaped meeting his opponent. • Excuse: He excused forgetting her name. • Fancy: He fancied eating pancake. • Fear: She feared staying at home alone. • Finish: Tom finished doing his homework. • Forbid: The director forbids drinking wine during the working time. • Forget: He forgets borrowing some money. • Keep: He keeps working although it is late. • Forbid: The guard forbids playing inside the castle.
  5. • Imagine: They imagined staying in another planet. • Mention: He mentioned collecting money for the victims. • Mind: Would you mind holding the door open. • Miss: They miss meeting the president. • Permit: The boss permitted making a trip to Nha Trang. • Postpone: The director postponed paying the salaries. • Practise: The competitors practised playing every day. • Quit: They quitted tracking his clues. • Recall: The veteran often recalls fighting in the many battle fields. • Recollect: He didn’t recollect helping me before.
  6. • Recommend: A member recommended having a ball. • Regret: She regrets not giving the beggar some money. • Remember: My grandfather remembers staying overseas before. • Resent: I resented being annoyed by the noise. • Resist: Jack resisted learning Chinese. • Risk: She risked entering the cemetery at night. • Stop: He stops reading when we arrive. • Suggest: The committee suggested holding a collection. • Tolerate: The chairman did not tolerate talking in the meeting. • Understand: He did not understand your keeping silent. • Worth: This book is worth reading.
  7. TO V • Afford: He can’t afford to enter that restaurant. • Agree: We agreed to lend him some money. • Appear: Thomas appears to be tired. • Arrange: They arranged to have a party the next day. • Ask: The supervisor asked to work more carefully. • Beg: The superintendent begged to show our identification. • Care: She did not care to meet him. • Claim: The workers claimed to work fewer hours. • Consent: The police consented to let him go.
  8. • Dare: He dared to touch a snake. • Decide: The Judge decided to put him in prison. • Demand: The victim demanded to get the compensation. • Deserve: That student deserved to get a scholarship. • Determine: He determined to open a shop on Tran Phu street. • Endeavor: The competitor endeavored to jump over the bar. • Expect: The candidate expected to pass the exam. • Fail: The climber failed to reach the top of the mountain. • Forget: They forgot to visit a friend in Ha Noi. • Hesitate: The soldier hesitated to advance.
  9. • Hope: We hope to see you again soon. • Intend: They intended to cut the tree down. • Learn: The ants learn how to forecast the weather. • Long: The children longed to meet their mother. • Manage: I managed to take a lift to HoChiMinh city. • Mean: They mean to help you. • Need: He needs to work hard to earn money. • Offer: The officer offered to help the old woman. • Plan: The staff planned to celebrate the holiday. • Prepare: The chef prepared to cook a new dish.
  10. • Pretend: His opponent pretended to die then. • Promise: Her lover promised to marry her. • Refuse: The boss refused to give him a leave. • Regret: You will regret to apologise to me. • Remember: Try to remember to send me your letters. • Resolve: They resolved to follow that course. • Seem: They seemed to be sad to meet us. • Struggle: The victim struggled to stay awake. • Swear: She swore to take revenge. • Threaten: The boss threatened to fire him.
  11. • Volunteer: She volunteers to do every social work. • Wait: They waited to see her in the platform. • Want: He wanted to follow the course. • Wish: We wished to see Uncle Ho.
  12. Object + TO V • Advise: The lawyer advised the criminal to obey the regulations. • Allow: They allowed us to pick some guavas. • Assist: He assisted me to repair the bike. • Ask: The peddler asked me to push the cart. • Beg: He begged me to lend him some money. • Bribe: The candidate bribed the examiner to ask him easy questions. • Cause: He caused her to cry. • Caution: The police cautioned people to leave the area. • Challenge:Tom challenged Jack to touch the lion in the cage.
  13. • Charge: His friend charged him to do his duty. • Compel: They compelled him to leave the house. • Command: The policeman to commanded the driver to show his license. • Condemn:Her parents condemned her to marry a Taiwanese man. • Convince: The secretary convinced the director to sign the contract. • Dare: He dared them to throw stone at he beehive. • Defy: She defied her husband to beat her. • Direct: The conductor directed a big band. • Drive: He drove them to go away. • Enable: The engineer enabled the workers to finish the project.
  14. • Encourage: The master encouraged the servant to work hard. • Entitle: The boss entitled him to sign the contract. • Entreat: The worker entreated the supervisor to let him relax. • Expect: They expected their children to learn well. • Forbid: The guard forbids the boys to play inside the castle. • Force: They forced her to notify the police. • Hire: An old man hired her to clean his garden. • Impel: We impelled the driver to drive away. • Implore: The neighbour implored me to set up a fence. • Incite: The principal incited the students to learn computer science.
  15. • Induce: The peddler induced the boy to buy a lot of items. • Instruct: The man instructed him to fish in the lake. • Invite: They invited us to attend a party. • Need: He needed us to build the garage. • Oblige: The chef obliged his assistants to cook more potatoes. • Order: The doctor ordered the nurse to take care of the patient. • Permit: The boss permitted the staff to leave the office early. • Persuade: He persuaded them to stop smoking. • Recommend: They recommended her to apply for a job. • Remind: He reminded me to return the book.
  16. • Request: The guide requested the guests not to touch the exhibits. • Require: The policeman required the passers-by to walk on the pavement. • Teach: The teacher taught us to play chess. • Tell: He told her to wait in the shop. • Tempt: He tempted his younger brother to give him the toy. • Urge: She urged him to buy a diamond ring. • Want: The officer wanted the soldiers to be punctual. • Warn: The police warned the public to stay far away from the bomb car.
  17. V • Let: The guard let them enter the hall. • Bid: The man bids the boy water the flowers. • Make: She makes him clean the floor. • Have: He had someone weld the water pipe.
  18. Good luck!