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TESOL Videos - How to Pronounce 'ASSAILANT' - English Pronunciation
In this episode, we cover the pronunciation of the word assailant. This word is used as a noun and refers to a person who physically attacks another person with the goal of doing harm. Some synonyms for assailant can include attacker, mugger and assaulter.
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Every tens's system contains the main areas: Forms, Usage, Typical errors and Activate stage of Teacher's ideas. PS I/We/You/They +V ... I watch news every day. He/She/It +(V+s)... She watches news every day. Subj. + Do/Does +not + V... He doesn't watch news every day. Do/Does + Subj. +V...? Do you watch news every day? We use PS habitual, every day, permanent situations and facts, comments, instructions, headlines in newspapers, present stories, historical sequence. PC: Subj + am/is/are +(V+ing) Subj + am/is/are +not+ (V+ing) Am/Is/Are +subj+(V+ing)? Some non-progressive verbs which express sense, feelings, emotions, possession and mental activity such as: like, love, seem, appear, remember and etc. Exc: Peter thinks his brother is right. Peter is thinking about him. We use PC when the action is in progress at the time of speaking or when the action is not necessary in progress at the time of speaking, to emphasize, to describe developing situations, to refer a regular action around a point of time. PP: Subj + have/has +(Past Participle V) Subj + have/has +not + (Past Participle V) Have/Has + subj + (Past Participle V)? Usage: When we talk about the finished actions happened at an indefinite time or carried out in an unfinished time period, or its still true now and we are not sure of it's finished, when we have present results describing the past. PPC: Subj + have/has + been + (V+ing) Subj + have/has + not + been + (V+ing) Have/has + subj + been + (V + ing)? We use PPC when want to say how long it has continued an incomplete action, when we have a present result with recently finished action.