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Comparing and Contrasting,Interactive CD ROM, Note that same can also be used as a pronoun and varieties of English. 1 4 Using the adverbs similarly likewise, The rules are almost the same as for domestic opera and in the same way Vocabulary building sections. Resource site see p 10, tions You can use the adverbs similarly likewise and in. In all but a few minor respects the privileges of the the same way to show that theLanguage. points ideas Awareness, or situ pages on idioms pragmatics word formation and much more. twowww macmillandictionaries com, Houses of Parliament are the same ations that you are comparing are alike They are often. used to modify the whole sentence A complete,and in that package. case of unique carefully researched materials based on a detailed. Get it right same analysis of learners own writing Full page writing sections and Get it right boxes. are used at the beginning of a sentence followed by a. Same Online,never comes edition, Women still have to work twice as hard as men for a. One parent families may come help,aboutstudents,because of death. divorce or separation in a two parent family Simi, to become more con dent writers in academic and professional. larly a one parent family situations This material has been created following a two year collaboration with. same salary,may become a two parent, Women still have to work twice as hard as men for family through marriage or remarriage. the same salary,Media theories must make the the Centre. absence of state for English Corpus Linguistics led by Professor Sylviane Granger at the. their cornerstone Likewise proposals for the reform. The adjective alike is never used before a noun It is. typically used after the verbs be and look, of the media must pay due attention to it catholique de Louvain in Belgium. Infants as young as 6 weeks consistently show pref. On other issues such as education health and social erences for familiar faces In the same way infants. welfare the two mainstream parties are remarkably respond preferentially to their mother s voice compared. alike to the voice of a stranger, Thus two individuals of different species from the same. When it is used inside the sentence in the same way. place look more alike than two individuals of the,is normally followed by as. same species from different places, Planning controls operate in rural areas in the same. way as in urban areas, Collocation However it can also be followed by that to introduce. Adverbs frequently used with comparable a clause, broadly directly roughly Adverbs describe verbs in the same way that adjec. The Scottish figures are not directly comparable tives describe nouns The Improve Your Writing Skills section in the. Adjectives frequently used with similar,broadly fairly quite remarkably roughly. The adverb similarly can also be used to modify an. centre of the dictionary gives learners advice on, somewhat strikingly A similarly complex picture emerges from the results writing in 18 areas that often cause di culties These. Remarkably similar results have been obtained by,studies in the United Kingdom and other countries. in the metropolitan authorities,BLOOMSBURY, Note that the adverb similarly is much more frequent. pages deal with vocabulary and grammar problems MEDUKM. MEDUKM6601, Adjectives frequently used with same than in the same way and likewise. present graphs comparing the use of a particular EV Page. essentially exactly much precisely quite, roughly word or phrase by native speakers and learners and. EV2 Expand your Vocabulary, develop the skills they need to write e Communication. Academic writing, They both contain exactly the same information ectively in. Frequency per million words, di erent professional 2 Argue and academic contexts. A WORDS THAT DESCRIBE, 100 Those girls are always arguing He argues with me. 1 3 Using the verbs resemble and correspond about everything We used to argue over who should. You can use the verbs resemble and correspond to,COMMUNICATION drive. show that two or more points ideas or situations are 40. To argue also means to discuss something with,similar 20. someone who has a different opinion from you They, It is possible to suggest that the two poets resemble. 0 1 Answer are still arguing over the details of the contract We. similarly in the same way likewise, one another I asked him where he was going but he didn t answer try to teach children to argue their ideas calmly and. She failed to answer most of the questions that were rationally. Her views on capital punishment immigration and put to her I don t know she answered truthfully. the trade unions resemble those of the right wing 1 5 Using the preposition like the He answered that he had seen them leaving together. You can also say that people have an argument We, tabloid press had a stupid argument and now he s not speaking to. conjunction as and the expression as as, Answer is also an noun and is used in the phrases me. The techniques used with normal subjects give esti give an answer and in answer to I ll give you a. You can also use the preposition like the conjunction. mates that closely correspond to those derived from answer tomorrow He said nothing in answer. as and the expression as ADJECTIVE ADVERB as definite. 2 1 To argue with someone, the clinical literature to her question but continued staring out of the window. to describe similarities, The political weakness of these states corresponded quarrel to argue I hate quarrelling with. The preposition like is used before noun phrases you They re always quarrelling over money. to their economic weakness 1 1 To answer someone, Like many others Berkeley objected to the complete. reply to answer someone I know he replied They have a quarrel We had the usual family quarrel. BE CAREFUL Many learners use the verb look like materialism of Hobbes. got up and walked out before I had a chance to reply about who should do the washing up He d had. to show that two or more points ideas situations or The police like most people have stereotypical views another quarrel with Jamie. When asked where she was going she replied that it. people are similar However this verb is more frequent as to the typical criminal or delinquent. was none of their business I asked him how he was fight to disagree in an angry way about something. in speech and informal writing The conjunction as introduces clauses It is often pre and he replied with a shrug What are you two fighting about now I don t want. ceded by a comma to fight over such a trivial matter. respond to answer something that someone says espe. look like as, The Celtic belt was heavily forested in those days cially when they have challenged or criticized you have a fight All teenagers have fights with their. was Italy in pre Roman times I m telling you it s not true Martinez responded parents. The Expand Your Vocabulary section,Frequency per million words. 50 The contexts in which they work vary as do their Is there anything you would like to do today he. row to have a short noisy argument My parents never. personal and professional backgrounds asked but she didn t respond How do you respond. in the centre of the dictionary on the to the suggestion that this is all the government s fault. She had left him just as she so often threatened to do. row We rowed constantly about everything He has,rowed with everyone in the group. themes of movement communication, He does not want opinion polls banned as is the case make a response or give a response I called out. have a row They had a row and he walked out,to him but he made no response Being an astute. 10 and emotions helps learners to choose in Australia and some European countries. politician she gave a careful response that completely. Our parents were always having rows about money, Get it right it failed to answer the question Note Row is used mainly in British English. 0 the right word atSpeech,the right time and to, Academic writing Don t use the impersonal pronoun it in subject position Note Reply and respond mean more or less the same bicker or squabble to argue with someone about. use it correctly and idiomatically, after as as answer but are a little more formal and are used things that are not important The children bickered. mainly in written English constantly with each other They have been bickering. retort to answer someone immediately in an angry or for months over the leadership A group of boys were. humorous way Mind your own business she retorted squabbling over the ball The other parties are. Democrats retorted that the plan leaves millions of squabbling amongst themselves. poor Americans out in the cold fall out to stop being friendly with someone because. Input Data Services Ltd 11 21 2006 16 02 40 answer sb back to reply rudely to someone who has you have had a disagreement with them Have you two. more authority than you Don t you dare answer me fallen out She s fallen out with her parents. back Note Fall out is informal and is used in British. 1 2 To answer someone at a later time, Macmillan English Dictionary 2nd Edition British English Macmillan English Dictionary. get back to sb 1st Edition,if you American,get back English. to someone you give 3 Ask, them an answer at a later time because you were not. Paperback withable,CD ROM 9780333966723, Paperback with CD ROM 9781405025263 to do it earlier He said he was busy but promised. I wondered where she had got the money but didn t like. Paperback 9781405026284 Paperback he would get back to me in the afternoon. 9780333966709 English, to ask If you need help with the translation why don t. you ask Maria Don t be afraid to ask questions Is,Hardback with CD ROM 9780230025462 Workbook. phone back or call back or ring back to telephone,9780333966907. something the matter he asked gently edition, someone again or to telephone someone who tele how what who why She asked me how I knew about. Hardback 9780230025455 phoned you earlier I ll call you back as soon as I hear. it They asked whether I had any objections, International Student Edition Paperback with CD ROM 9780230024939 Note Ring back is used in British English 3 1 To ask someone a question. International Student Edition Paperback 9780230024922 inquire or enquire to ask someone for information. 1 3 To answer someone in writing, only available in certain countries about something Why don t you telephone the theatre. 76 answer sth I hate it when people don t answer my and inquire about tickets I am writing to inquire. emails She answered an advertisement in the news whether you have any vacancies in September What s. paper for dinner Brian inquired, reply It took them a week to reply to my letter I wrote demand to ask something in a very firm and angry. many times but she never replied They replied that way What do you want she demanded MPs. unfortunately there were no vacancies at present demanded to know the reason for the delay. respond Thousands of readers responded to our ques. tionnaire 3 2 To ask someone a lot of questions to find. BLOOMSBURY MEDUK 115,Full coverage of British,and American English ardor 66 argyle. spelling pronunciation ardor A r d r the American spelling of ardour 2 I T to give reasons why you believe that something. and meaning A ardour A r d r noun U 1 very strong feelings of. admiration or determination LOVE He carried out the. is right or true Successful economies she argues are. those with the lowest taxes for against Woolf s report. Cross references to related, task with ardour 2 literary very strong feelings of love argued for supported an improvement in prison words phrases and illustrations. arduous A r dju s adj extremely difficult and conditions that Reuben opposed the new road arguing. involving a lot of effort an arduous task The journey that it wasn t worth spending 25 million to cut seven for developing vocabulary. was long and arduous arduously adv minutes off drivers journey times Several people stood. up to argue against say they do not support moving. are1 weak r strong A r see be the students to the new school. are2 A r e r noun C a unit for measuring area in, the METRIC SYSTEM One are is equal to 100 square Collocation. metres Adverbs frequently used with argue 2, area e ri noun consistently convincingly forcefully passionately. persuasively plausibly strongly,1 subject activity 4 size of surface. Menus in longer entries 2 part of town building 5 in football. DICTIONARIES,PHRASE argue sb into out of doing sth British to. 3 part of surface persuade someone to do not to do something I ve. take users straight to the 1 C a particular subject type of activity etc. managed to argue him out of going to the match, right meaning Mathematics is a subject which has links with all other. curriculum areas What is your main area of concern. His particular area of expertise is engineering, 2 C a part of a city town country etc Bus services in. rural areas are not very good I went on a tour of, Vancouver and the surrounding area of My family has. lived in this area of England for years 2a a part of a. Over 1 000 illustrated words, building space etc used for a particular purpose You. can park only in designated areas places available for. many in two colour with, this purpose Visitors should wait in the reception area. 3 C a place on the surface of something such as a part. separate full colour sections, of your body Be sure to apply sunblock to sensitive areas. of your skin,4 area or surface area C U MATHS the amount of. space that the surface of a place or shape covers Area. is expressed in square units such as square kilometres. or square miles The surface area of the screen should be. at least one square metre argue, The most important 5 the area singular the PENALTY AREA on a football field. He scored from the edge of the area argument A r gjUm nt noun. words to be used for area code noun C a DIALLING CODE. arena ri n noun C,1 C an angry disagreement between people QUARREL. a heated argument extremely angry disagreement, writing and speaking 1 a large area that is surrounded by seats used for. sports or entertainment a circus arena, without an argument They won t accept higher prices. without an argument have an argument with sb, are highlighted in red 2 the people and activities involved with a particular I ve had an argument with my girlfriend get into an. subject or activity Today businesses must be able to argument with sb Every time we visit my family he gets. and graded with stars compete in the international arena Publishers must move into an argument with my sister about over I try to Unique boxes show how many. into the electronic arena avoid arguments about money 1a a discussion or debate. aren t A r nt short form 1 the usual way of saying or between people with different views opinions etc familiar words and phrases. writing are not This is not often used in formal win lose an argument We can win this argument if we. writing We aren t going to Spain this year 2 the usual present the facts clearly about over The party is have metaphorical meanings. way of saying or writing am not in questions I m involved in an argument over economic policy. looking thinner aren t I 2 C U a reason or set of reasons that you use for. Argentine A r dZ ntaIn adj see Nationalities table persuading other people to support your views. Argentinian A r dZ n tIni n noun C see Nation opinions etc The Court of Appeal rejected her arguments. His main argument is stated in the opening chapter. alities table,for against There are powerful arguments against. argon A r gQn noun U CHEMISTRY a gas that is in releasing them from prison You could make an argument. the air and that does not produce a chemical reaction for working shorter hours. when mixed with other substances It is sometimes,used in electric lights Metaphor. Clearly labelled argot A r g U A r g t noun C U words that are. used by a particular group of people JARGON military. An argument is like a fight or war with people,subject speci c argot. attacking each other s opinions and defending their. arguable A r gju b l adj 1 if something is, vocabulary arguable you are not completely certain whether it is. She tried to defend herself against his attacks on her. ideas She shot down his argument That is an, true or correct Whether good students make good teachers. is arguable 2 formal if a fact or statement is arguable. indefensible point of view I decided to pursue another. line of attack We had a big fight last night and I. Simple clear de nitions, there is evidence that it is true or that people agree. with it The judge held that there was an arguable case went home early There was a lot of conflict over what are written using only 2 500. of libel to do next They clashed over who to appoint It. was a real battle of wits We did battle with the of the most common words. arguably A r gju bli adv used for stating your council about the plans I ve crossed swords with. opinion or belief especially when you think other them before Tom is always the first to leap to her. people may disagree This is arguably the best club in defence. argue A r gju verb ANGRY CRITICIZE IDEA, 1 I if people argue they speak to each other in an argumentative A r gjU ment tIv adj showing. angry way because they disagree QUARREL Those girls disapproval someone who is argumentative often argues. are always arguing with Don t argue with me you,or disagrees with people. know I m right about over We used to argue over, who should drive 1a I T to discuss something with argy bargy A r dZi bA r dZi noun U British informal. someone who has a different opinion from you The noisy arguments. programme gives people a chance to argue their ideas argyle A r gaIl noun C U a pattern on clothing such. about over They are still arguing over the details of the as socks or JUMPERS consisting of different coloured. contract DIAMOND shapes,Input Data Services Ltd 11 20 2006 10 26 35. 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