Feb 042013
 

In this episode of Study English we will discover how English users indicate negative meanings.

Study Tips:
Remember that it is important to expand on your answers in the Speaking test, especially in Section 3.

When expressing your opinion or providing an explanation, incorporate some subtle negative meanings and use a variety of different negative forms in your answers. This will allow you to demonstrate your use of particular grammatical forms and precise meanings of negative words.

Being able to disagree in a variety of ways will give you a greater command of communication events.

The examiner will be assessing how accurate and appropriate your use of these structures is.

 

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