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Unit 1 c Grammar in use ประโยคใดเปน present simple และประโยคใดเปน present continuous a. I work as a teacher. b. I’m working now.
Answer Key (Ex. 1)
Stative verbs (���� non-continuous verb) ไดแก • verbs of the senses (กรยาเกยวกบประสาทสมผส ) ������ appear, feel, hear, look, seem, smell, sound, taste, etc ตวอยาง She seems really worried. • verbs of perception (���������� /���� ) ไดแก believe, forget, know, realise, remember, understand, etc ตวอยาง I believe what he says.
• verbs which express feelings and emotions (กรยาทอธบายความรสกและอารมณ ) ไดแก desire, detest, enjoy, hate, like, love, prefer, want, etc ตวอยาง Jane hates eating spicy food. • some other verbs (����� ) ไดแก be, belong, contain, cost, fit, have, include, keep, matter, need, owe, own, want, weigh, wish, etc ตวอยาง This house belongs to a very rich man.
Stative verbs บางคำสามารถนำมาใชในรป แตจะมความหมายเปลยนไป เชน Present simple THINK I think he’s a very good actor. (เชอ ) HAVE She has hundreds of books. (เปนเจาของ ) SEE You can see my house from up here. (เหน ) continuous ได Present continuous We are thinking about moving to a new house. (กำลงพจารณา ) Everyone is having a great time at the party. (มประสบการณ ) He is having a bath. (กำลงอาบนำ ) They are having lunch. (กำลงกน ) I’m seeing the dentist this evening. (จะไปพบ)
Present simple Present continuous TASTE This pie tastes delicious. (มรสชาต ) SMELL His perfume smells very good. (มกลน ) APPEAR She appears to know where she’s going. (ดเหมอน ) FIT The skirt fits her perfectly. (มขนาดพอด ) Ann is tasting the soup to see if it’s spicy enough. (กำลงชม ) He is smelling the flowers. (กำลงดมกลน ) He is appearing in a play at the Rex. (กำลงแสดง ) John is fitting a new lock on the front door. (กำลงตดตง )
Answer Key (Ex. 2 a)
Answer Key (Ex. 2 b)
Adverbs of Frequency USUALLY OFTEN SOMETIMES RARELY SELDOM NEVER
ตวอยางประโยค • • I always go to bed before 11 pm. I usually have cereal for breakfast. I often surf the Internet. I sometimes forget my friends' birthday. I rarely drink milk. I seldom read the newspaper. I never swim in the sea.
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Answer Key (Ex. 4 a)
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Answer Key (Ex. 5 c)
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Answer Key (Ex. 7)
Phrasal verbs (Ex. 8) • get back ไดคน , ������ [to obtain sth again after having lost it] ตวอยาง I never lend books you never get them back. • get back (to sth) กลบส (����� , ���� ) [to return to sth] ตวอยาง Could we get back to the question of funding? • get off ������ [to remove a piece of clothing] ตวอยาง Why don't you get those wet clothes off? • get off (sth) ������� [to leave a train, bus or aircraft] ตวอยาง Get off at Camden Town. I tripped as I got off the bus.
• get on (to sb) ตดตอ (�� ) ������� /������ [to contact sb by telephone or letter] ตวอยาง The heating isn't working; I'll get on to the landlord about it. • get on (with sb) ������ , ����� [to have a friendly relationship with sb] ตวอยาง She's never really got on with her sister. • get over ������ [to get better after an illness, or feel better after sth or sb has made you unhappy] ตวอยาง It's taken me ages to get over the flu. It took him years to get over the shock of his wife dying. • get through (to sb) (���� ) ����� [to make contact with sb by telephone] ตวอยาง At last I managed to get through to one of the managers.
• get up or ตวอยาง ������� [to wake up and get out of bed, or to tell help sb to do this] I got up at five o'clock this morning! • get up (to sth) �� (����� ) [to be busy with sth, especially sth surprising or unpleasant] ตวอยาง What did you get up to at the weekend?
Answer Key (Ex. 8)
Suggested Answer Key (Writing)