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10 cặp từ gây nhầm lẫn trong tiếng Anh


First of all to learn English, you have to distinguish pairs of words, you have to know what kind of word the word belongs to (noun, verb, adjective, preposition…). And you should also remember that a word can hold many functions in a sentence.


1. Bring / Take


To distinguish between bring and take, you should rely on the action performed relative to the speaker’s position.


Bring mean “to carry to a nearer place from a more distant one.”


(bring motelevisioneht, ngughitYes moI can’thercAsianfar away solesngeh?dayughprintoohihehn)


Take on the contrary”to carry to a more distant place from a nearer one.”


(bring motelevisioneht, ngughitYes vpoop childrenie geh?dayughprintoohi go far awayiea dayughprintoohi.)


Please distinguish through the following true and false examples:


– Incorrect: Bring this package to the post office.


– Correction: Take this package to the post office.


(DI’m goohihahdayahy solesnbUhu Dieh?ne!)


– Incorrect: I am still waiting for you. Don’t forget to take my book.


– Correct: I am still waiting for you. Don’t forget to bring my book.


(USA)ìn,n Dang waiticehu earthy. DondayHeyn bringAsianch solesn for mìNhe!)


2. As / Like


When it means like, like, like and as, it causes a lot of confusion for learners. The easiest rule to remember is that we often useikeUh lah motimeeh?itYes chstasis khumbrellaofficeherilah liHeyntYes. When like is used as a preposition, there is no verb after like. If there is a verb, we must use as if. LiHeyntYes as nHeyndoohng for houreh?I exameh?umotmeh?Nh topic. Take a look at the following true and false examples:


– Incorrect: It sounds like he is speaking Spanish.


– Correct: It sounds as if he is speaking Spanish.


(Hearing cooh veh NhUh he DEnglishoohi lovesluggishbillionây Spain.)


– Incorrect: John looks as his father.


– Correct: John looks like his father.


(He keepsohpeopleoh he isyeahm)


– Incorrect: You play the game like you practice.


– Correct: You play the game as you practice.


(C)ehu chehI supportehnahyheh?smallUh cehu thughchahnooh vehy)


3. Among / Between


We use between for noohwho? there a cougheh?cvehtgì live hour,a 2 daysughi, vehtand among in TRughng live hour,ahehn 2 daysughi, veht.


– Incorrect: The money will be divided between Sam, Bill, and Ted.


– Correct: The money will be divided among Sam, Bill, and Ted.


(Tiyesnswill okayc divided by Sam, Bill vah Ted.)


– Incorrect: The final decision is among you and me


– Correct: The final decision is between you and me


(Rules)sluggisht locationhomeohicoohdayah live brother and sisterah tumbrellai.)


4. Farther / Further


We doohng farther whenoohi solesn warehousehercAsianch cooh theh? Do passc okaycvyes


meh?t locationalideawhen there further doohin the house,peopleìhu huohpeopleumbrelladayeh?


Do passc okayc. For example:


It is farther when I go this road.


(USA)ìNh Di sugardayahmedicineì Swill far awayehn.)


 I don’t want to discuss it anyfurther.


(USA)ìokumbrellawantohnbahnvyes nooh Sâuhehn.)


 You read further in the book for more details.


(For bisluggishI can’tHeydetailssluggishI can’tì cAsianchild readthHeym in sAsianch.)


5. Lay / lie?


Lay cooh pediatricyesthinkoopsolder brotherUhthinkoopsahdrive bisluggishnlah tummng yespeopleeh?icmoundMTYes: put something down (sett, for cAsianigì coinsohng).


For example:


Lay your book on the table. Wash the dishes. Come on!


(Hãy settsAsianch lHeychildrenHeynbahn. DirehabAsiant. Hurry upHeynaho!)


Other meanings of Lay to be “produce eggs“: lay egg


For example:


 Thousands of turtles drag themselves onto the beach and lay their


eggs in the sand.


(Hahpeopleahn children roohokayeeach otherHeynbãi knoweh?nvah to lay childrenstasischildrenHeyncAsiant.)


Lie: thinkoopsalah “neh?m”


For example:


 lie in bed


 lay down on the couch. (Lying on the couch)


Lie on a beach (Located on the beach)


Lie concooh thinkoopsalah speak falsely: noohidohi


For example:


I suspect he lies about his age.


(TILLIONumbrellaI doubtuh lah he noohidohivyes tudriveicincubateand he.)


The reason that English learners often confuse lay and lieis by the form


Their past participle and past participle are quite similar.


DegreepeopleYes QuAsian khstasis QuAsian khstasis phântYes thinkoopsa


Lay Laid Laid Set, to


Lay Laid Laid lays (eggs)


Lie Lay Lay lying down


Lie Lied Lied lies


6. fun/funny


Both adjectives are positive adjectives


fun: Asianonlydepend on solesn Diyesugì there thu vpooplahm for peopleughi don’tAsianthiethu


For example:


Going to the park with friends is fun.


(DI onlyehicumbrellastaffHeynveh?ibyesnbeh thehI can’tiethu.)


funny: tietYes nahydoohng for noohi Diyesumah lahonlyuwe areughi


For example:


The comedy I saw last night was really funny. I laughed and laughed.


( .)live Hahikpoopch mìlet’s seeohi passed thehtsugh lah Hahihummc. USAìcughivah cstasis cughI thumbrellai.)


7. lose / loose


These two words often cause confusion in written language. However, they have completely different meanings.


lose: is a present tense verb, the past participle form and the past participle are all lost. Lose has two meanings:


Lose: mehtcAsianigì there


For example:


 Try not to lose this key, it’s the only one we have.


(C)oh gyeahng dung for mehtcAsianI onlyìahoohanahy, there lah cAsiani onlyehonlyuwe areooh.)


Lose: lose, bpoop rockbyesI thughday in the montheh? sports, childrenehn earthu.)


For example:


 I always lose when I play tennis against my sister. She’s too good.


(TILLIONumbrellai luumbrellanbpoop rockbyeswhen onlyehi tenniseh?I onlypoop gAsianitumbrellai. Onlypoop ehyesAsian cYes.)


Loose: lah tietYes thinkoopsa “l .”inng, rong, khumbrellapeopleYesa”, pAsianI thinkoopsaveh?i


“tight” (cheh?t)


For example:


His shirt is too loose because he is so thin.


(Asianoseh mi nahyrodayAsian bliveivì he isAsian geh?y.)


8. advise / advice


Both words above have the same meaning, only lexical difference.


Advice lah nameYes: luhI’m lateHeyn. Advise lah degreepeopleYes: buttonHeynbhero.


For example:


 She never listens to my advice.


(C)umbrella I don’tumbrellawhen are youuh listenuhI’m lateHeyncincubateatumbrellaicher.)


 I adviseyou to spend more time planning projects in the


future.


(USA)ìI recommendHeyncehunHeyndahbabyyesu thuhtime for phAsianthherodugh Asiann for tummfuture.)


9. embarrassed/ ashamed


The difference between the two adjectives is that the adjective ashamed is stronger, usually used in serious situations.


Embarrassed: cherthehmedicineughng, bohirohivì HahNh degreeNg mìNh already lahheh?c


ngughi don’tAsianclahm.


For example:


 I felt embarrassed when I fell over in the street. Lots of people saw me fall. My face turned red.


(USA)ìcherthehmedicineughwhen you sleepã coinsohng sugarng. CHEAPehchildyesspoiledughiìnmìn. USAeh?tmìcstasis Red lHeyn.)


Ashmed: cherthehyhdrive thehgrapeeh?clah rehtxnuhdrive vyes HahNh degreecincubateamìn.


For example:


 I am ashamed to tell you that I was arrested by the police for drinkdriving.


(USA)ìthehtxehuhdrive whenoohiveh?ibyesnreh?Ng mìbpoop chersAsiant Dudriveivì toilAsiani’m in the caruc drunkughu.)


10. lend/ borrow


Verb lendand borrow Although used in similar situations, they have opposite meanings.


Lend: getfor whom? there mughncAsianigì vah Homg Swill childrenher lyesi give youyesn when homg doohfinished.


For example:


I will lend you my car while I am away on holiday.


(USA)ìswill for cehumughn car when mìNh DI thinkdepend on.)


Borrow: mughncAsianigì cincubatewhoeh?i idea locationswill childrenher lyesi in thuhtimeyeahn.


For example:


 Can I borrow your pen, please?


(USA)ìcooh theh? mughncehucAsianibut okayotherumbrellang?)


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Category: Tiếng Anh

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