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Đảo ngữ để nhấn mạnh câu trong tiếng Anh: Đảo bộ phận (phần 1)

18 Mar

Với các bạn học Tiếng Anh nói chung và học TOEIC nói riêng,ngữ pháp luôn luôn là một trong những yếu tố quan trọng để làm nên thành công. Hôm nay Ms Hoa TOEIC sẽ chia sẻ với mọi người một trong những chủ điểm ngữ pháp cơ bản  cần nắm vững đó là : Đảo ngữ để nhấn mạnh câu trong tiếng Anh: Đảo bộ phận.  Các bạn cùng theo dõi nhé :

 

1.Trong câu có các mệnh đề với “as, though, no matter how, however” . Thường đưa : n/adj./verb/adv lên trước .

Child as he is, she knows a great deal.

Youngest as he is , he studies best in our class.

However tired he is, he continues to work.

Again as he tired, he failed.

Hard as he works, he makes little progress.

Try as he does, she will never pass it.

Search as they would, they could find no sign.

Much as he likes the girl, he quarrels with her sometimes.

Young though he is, he has won the Nobel Prize.

2.Trong câu điều kiện lược “if ” đưa “were, had, should” lên đầu câu .

Were you a fish, the cat would eat you.

Had your father known this, he would have given you advice.

3.Câu mở đầu bằng các từ ngữ sau “ not, never, hardly, not only…but also, neither…nor, seldom, little, rarely, scarcely, nowhere, by no means,in no time, hardly/ scarcely….when, no sooner…than, not until,”

Never have I met him.

Hardly did I think it possible.

Not until midnight, did it stop raining.

Not until she took off the glasses did I recognize her

Scarcely had I got home, when it began to rain.

No sooner had he left home than it began to rain.

Not only does he like, but also he learns it well.

Not only I but also she likes English .

Neither has he called on her, nor will he do so.

Trên đây là chia sẻ về Đảo ngữ để nhấn mạnh câu trong tiếng Anh: Đảo bộ phận.  Chúc các bạnluyện thi TOEIC tốt nhé !

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