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March 09, 2015

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A wonderful task, combining reading and English collocation.

Thank you very much, Simon. We all really appreciate your daily lessons.

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T (English prefers to speak of tea in terms of being strong rather than in terms of being powerful).
F (powerful computers which is preferred over strong computers)
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1.T(English prefer powerful words rather than string words.so it's not normal to use)
2.F(Similar observation which don't mean equally)
3NG(Our minds glue those words are often expressed)

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I would like to access these conversations

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The words are heard more often, not better remembered.

Hi Simon,
Thank you for your interesting paragraph today.

Here is my answer:
1. True
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1.T (While the same meaning could be conveyed through the roughly equivalent powerful tea, the fact is that English prefers to speak of tea in terms of being strong rather than in terms of being powerful.)
2.F (A similar observation holds for powerful computers which is preferred over strong computers.)
3.NG (If the expression is heard often, the words become 'glued' together in our minds.)

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T, F, Ng

Hi Simon,
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Hi Simon,

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1.) TRUE
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You know Simon? I was going to a private class to learn IELTS, but after 2 session i found that there is nothing to say more than your web site materials and i cancelled it. You know? Your method of teaching's Great.It makes the readers to follow you every day. congratulations!

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My answer are TRUE, FALSE, NOT GIVEN

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CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

1. True


2. False


3. Not given

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thank you for your help

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Thanks Simon.

1. True(the fact is that English prefers to speak of tea in terms of being strong rather than in terms of being powerful.)
2. False(A similar observation holds for powerful computers which is preferred over strong computers.)
3. Not Given

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Hello Simon and friend,

I need to ask something is there any penalty if i write "Yes" insteas of "YES" ?

I dont remember i what way i did write my answers but im too worry.

If the instruction says write YES, can i write Yes also?

Thank you.

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Hi
If the expression is heard often, the words become 'glued' together in our minds.

does this means we can remember easier ?! sticking in mind means we can remember easier so how it is NG ?!

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hi simon the answer for question 3 should be yes so how NG

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