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  1. Hoàng ZIM

    Hoàng ZIM Master Staff Member

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    1. When Subject+Verb+Object, Subject 1 +Verb 1 + Object 1
    Example: When a language dies out, a whole way of life disappears with it.

    2. While Subject+Verb+Object, Subject 1 +Verb 1 + Object 1
    Example: While some students drop out after a few years studying, others finish academic courses with poor degrees.

    3. Subject+Verb+Object, resulting in an increase/a decrease in + the number of sth/the demand for sth
    Example: Many people in the countryside migrate into big cities, resulting in an increase in the demands for accommodation, food and services in urban areas.

    4. Subject+Verb+Object, giving rise to sth
    Example: Advertisements give people more choices on what they want to buy, giving rise to the consumer society

    5. By doing smth, Subject+Verb+Object
    Example: By spending money to protect minority languages, governments can also preserve traditions, customs and behaviours.

    6. Subject+Verb+Object, and/but/so + Subject 1 +Verb 1 + Object 1

    7. Subject+Verb+Object, and this will +Verb+Object.
    Example: The use of private cars is increasing in Hanoi, and this puts a strain on its infrastructure.

    8. Instead of + Verb-ing + Object, Subject+Verb+Object.
    Example: Instead of driving cars, people should use public transport.

    9. Subject+Verb+Object. This allows/urges/encourage sth/sbd to do sth (This will discourage sbd from doing sth).
    Example: The utilisation of cheap labour helps companies to reduce the production cost. This encourages business expansion.

    10. Compared to those who +Subject+Verb+Object, Subject+Verb+Object
    Example: Compared to those who hold high school qualifications, university graduates often have more employment opportunities.

    11. If Subject+Verb+Object, Subject+Verb+Object
    Example: If air travel is restricted, people would opt for other means of transport such as buses and cars.

    12. Subject + Verb + Object [that Subject 1 + Verb 1 + Object 1], because Subject 2 + Verb 2 + Object 2
    Example: I partly disagree with the idea that advertising has negatively influenced our life, because I recognise several benefits it brings to society.

    13. When Subject+Verb+Object, Subject 1 + Verb 1 + Object 1, Verb-ing + Object.
    Example: When the government pays for tuition fees, the constraint of finance is removed, encouraging a greater number of students to attend academic courses

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