Monthly Archive:: November 2014

Sentence patterns in English – Simple, Complex, Compound

Sentence patterns in English;

Ways to say “Thank you!”

Te┼čekk├╝r etmenin farkl─▒ yollar─▒;

YDS ─░├žin Son Derece ├ľnemli Olan Kendisinden Sonra TO Alabilen S├Âzc├╝kler Listesi

Kendinden sonra TO alan s├Âzc├╝kler;

English Reading Passage – Migration

Migration Human migration (derived from Latin: migratio) is physical movement by humans from one area to another, sometimes over long distances or in large groups. Historically this movement was nomadic, often causing significant conflict with the indigenous population and their displacement or cultural assimilation.

English Reading Passage – Black Death

Black Death The Black Death was one of the most devastating pandemics in human history, peaking in Europe between 1348 and 1350. Although there were several competing theories as to the etiology of the Black Death, recent analysis of DNA from victims in northern and southern Europe indicates that the pathogen responsible was the Yersinia

Reading Passage – China’s Economic Targets

China’s┬áEconomic Targets The economy will be one of the biggest challenges for the new Chinese leadership emerging from the Communist Party Congress, which continues in Beijing. The outgoing President Hu Jintao has already set a target for his predecessor of doubling income per person by the end of the decade.

Reading Passage – Tsunami

Tsunami

IMPERATIVES (─░ngilizcede Emir C├╝mleleri)

Emir c├╝mleleri, yaln─▒zca emir vermek ya da kural ve yasaklardan s├Âz etmek i├žin de─čil, birinden bir ┼čey yapmas─▒n─▒ rica etmek, ├Âneride bulunmak, teklifte bulunmak, uyar─▒da bulunmak, yol tarif etmek, birisini te┼čvik etmek, iyi dilekte bulunmak gibi ├že┼čitli durumlarda da kullan─▒l─▒r. Genellikle s├Âz konusu fiilin yal─▒n bi├žiminin c├╝mle ba┼č─▒na getirilmesiyle olu┼čturulur. Olumsuz bi├žimi i├žin c├╝mle ba┼č─▒na

COMPARISON ( ─░ngilizcede Kar┼č─▒la┼čt─▒rma, Mukayese)

COMPARISON Comparison of adjectives T├╝rk├žeÔÇÖde s─▒fatlar─▒n derecelendirilmesi iki t├╝rl├╝ yap─▒l─▒r. S├Âz konusu s─▒fat─▒n ├Ân├╝ne ÔÇśdahaÔÇÖ┬á┬á (= daha iyi, daha s─▒cak, daha ├Ânemli ÔÇŽ) getirilerek ÔÇś├╝st├╝nl├╝kÔÇÖ hali, ÔÇśenÔÇÖ getirilerek (= en iyi, en s─▒cak, en ├Ânemli ÔÇŽ) ÔÇśen├╝st├╝nl├╝kÔÇÖ hali yap─▒l─▒r. ─░ngilizceÔÇÖde bu durum biraz daha ayr─▒nt─▒l─▒d─▒r. Tek heceli (k─▒sa olan baz─▒ iki heceli s─▒fatlar da dahil)

Conjunctions & Transitions

Paragraf sorular─▒n─▒n vazge├žilmezleri;