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เอกสารการสอนว ชาภาษาอ งกฤษ โดยคร พ แนน (อร สรา ธนาปก จ) งาน Brand s Summer Camp 2014 โครงการแบรนด ซ มเมอร แคมป ป ท 25 ภาษาอ งกฤษ (1) ภาษาอ งกฤษ (2) โครงการแบรนด ซ มเมอร แคมป ป ท 25 Top 5 Grammatical Highlights

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เอกสารการสอนว ชาภาษาอ งกฤษ โดยคร พ แนน (อร สรา ธนาปก จ) งาน Brand s Summer Camp 2014 โครงการแบรนด ซ มเมอร แคมป ป ท 25 ภาษาอ งกฤษ (1) ภาษาอ งกฤษ (2) โครงการแบรนด ซ มเมอร แคมป ป ท 25 Top 5 Grammatical Highlights โครงการแบรนด ซ มเมอร แคมป ป ท 25 ภาษาอ งกฤษ (3) Part I : Error 1. She starts calling James at night, bitterly complaining about how badly her work was going A. B. or how she needed to be left alone. C. D. 2. They point out that, despite of their advanced age, (3) nearly a fifth of the women in the A. B. C. oldest group remained emotionally vital. D. 3. A firefighter has just crawled across the smoke-filled attic, trying to open a window for A. B. ventilating, but no one can find him now. C. D. 4. The manager was displeased with his secretary to leave the office early without A. B. C. asking for permission. D. A. 1) The managing 2) Managing 3) A manager 4) One of the managers B. 1) displeasing with 2) displeasing of 3) displeasure in 4) displeasure by C. 1) secretary s leaving for 2) secretary leaving 3) secretary to be left 4) secretary left D. 1) ask for 2) ask to 3) asking 4) for the asking ภาษาอ งกฤษ (4) โครงการแบรนด ซ มเมอร แคมป ป ท 25 Part II : Sentence Rearrangement & Paragraph Organization เทคน คพ ช ตข อสอบ Sentence Rearrangement (GAT) Paragraph Organization (7 ว ชาสาม ญ) อ านท กวรรคแล วด ว า (ม แต ข อสอบ GAT เท าน น ท ต องต ดออก) ประโยคแรกม กจะ แต ละประโยคม กจะ ไม สามารถเป นประโยคแรกได ค อม การใช Demonstrative (this, that...), Article ท ช เฉพาะ (the) ค าสรรพนามแทนนามท กล าวถ งมาแล วข างหน าเช น they, the practice, both, such danger... ค าเช อมเป นต วช วยประโยคแรกๆ ม กจะเป นประโยคท ายๆ *** ต องลองแปลค าเช อมอ นๆ ท เช อมโยงความค ดแต ละประโยค *** 5. A. The good news is that there is help for many of these people, and steps that you can take to get a good night s sleep. B. On top of that, these people tend to have higher rates of depression, heart diseases, accidents, and missed work or school. C. For many of us, this can be simply caused by stressed, but for a large percentage of the population, about 1/3, this occurs nightly and can even prevent those people from functioning properly during the day. D. Many of us have dealt with insomnia at one point or another in our life. E. One of the most important steps in getting a good sleep is simply to be comfortable; this includes sleeping in a quieter room, or even wearing earplugs. 1) B - A - C - D - E 2) C - A - B - E - D 3) D - C - B - A - E 4) D - B - C - E - A 5) C - B - D - A - E โครงการแบรนด ซ มเมอร แคมป ป ท 25 ภาษาอ งกฤษ (5) Part III : Reading Sources of exams เน นออกในร ปแบบ Signs, Advertisement / Announcement (Commercials) GAT ล าส ด! ไม ม Comic strips และ Job ads Long reading passage News & Research / Article : Advertisement / Suggestion : Passage I Nowadays, lots of people look for the words organically grown when they want to eat healthy. But what if turns out those little labels don t actually mean what people think, and that the foods they feel so good about eating aren t that different from the store brand except for the price tag at checkout? That s the question raised by researchers at Stanford University in a study published this week, which found that the health benefits of organically grown produce, meats, eggs and cheeses are negligible when compared to their non-organic counterparts. Not only were foods labeled organic no more nutritious than other foods, which tend to be substantially less expensive, they were just as likely as the store brand to be contaminated by bacteria like E. coli and other dangerous germs. Moreover, the nutritional content of most fruits and vegetables depended more on ripeness, soil and climate than on how they were farmed. Organic produce generally had higher levels of phosphorus and compounds known as phenols, which may help prevent some cancers. But the differences were so tiny, researchers couldn't say for sure they conferred any overall health benefit. Meanwhile, some non-organic strains of fruits and vegetables actually had more vitamins and anti-oxidants than their pricier organic cousins. ภาษาอ งกฤษ (6) โครงการแบรนด ซ มเมอร แคมป ป ท 25 Will any of this discourage people from pursuing healthier lifestyles by seeking out organically grown foods? Not likely. The organic produce market was a $12.4 billion business last year, and many people undoubtedly will see even minuscule differences in pesticide levels and bacteria resistance as worth the extra cost. Eating foods that don t contain synthetic pesticides, hormones or additives is a lifestyle choice as much as a strategy for dietary health. That s because even for those skeptical of the health advantages of organic foods and farming methods, they have a generally positive impact on the environment. Organic farmers not only avoid the intensive use of pesticides to protect their plants, they also employ techniques like crop rotation and natural fertilizers that don't produce harmful agricultural runoff to contaminate rivers and streams. Organic farming has the potential to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change. For many people, a healthier planet is as good a reason as any for eating organic, regardless of the health advantages such foods confer. 6. What can be inferred from the question raised by researchers at Stanford University? 1) Organic foods are not worth eating. 2) Labels on organic foods are untruthful. 3) The price of organic foods is too high. 4) Organic foods are quite different from non-organic counterparts. 5) Lots of people are misled by the words organically grown. 7. What does the writer expect the reader to feel after reading paragraph 1? 1) Disappointed 2) Horrified 3) Helpless 4) Amazed 5) Angry 8. Which is NOT the true statement about organic and non-organic foods? 1) Non-organic foods are as nutritious as organic ones. 2) Non-organic foods are generally cheaper than organic ones. 3) Health benefits of organic and non-organic foods are very slightly different. 4) Both organic and non-organic foods can be contaminated by bacteria and other dangerous germs. 5) Organically grown produce, meats, eggs and cheese are more delicious than their nonorganic counterparts. โครงการแบรนด ซ มเมอร แคมป ป ท 25 ภาษาอ งกฤษ (7) 9. How are the ideas of the passage mainly developed? 1) Through general analysis 2) Through specific details 3) Through chronological order 4) Through comparison and contrast 5) Through cause and effect 10. How did the writer largely support his points? 1) By logical reasoning 2) By referring to organic farmers 3) By specific facts based on research 4) By quoting nutritionists 5) By direct observation 11. How do organic fruits and vegetables differ from non-organic ones? 1) They could gradually resist cancers. 2) They had more pesticide residue. 3) They had more nutritional content. 4) They had more vitamin and anti-oxidants. 5) They had higher levels of phosphorus and phenols. 12. What conclusion can be drawn from the passage? 1) Pursuing healthier lifestyle is unreasonable. 2) Many people are unwilling to pay the extra cost for organic foods for the sake of a healthier environment. 3) The research findings undoubtedly encourage people to eat organic foods. 4) In spite of the research finding, the growth of organic food business is evident. 5) The use of the crop rotation technique and natural fertilizers in organic farms reduces the greenhouse gas emission. 13. What is the chief purpose of this passage? 1) To inform 2) To inspire 3) To disapprove 4) To confirm 5) To judge 14. What is the tone at the end of the passage? 1) Expectant 2) Satisfied 3) Objective 4) Sarcastic 5) Disappointed 15. Which is the best title for the passage? 1) Healthy Foods 2) Food Choices 3) Pricier Foods for Healthier Planet 4) Is Organic Food Worth It? 5) Impact of Organic Food on Environment ภาษาอ งกฤษ (8) โครงการแบรนด ซ มเมอร แคมป ป ท 25 (1) I m on my last legs. It s really no bother. I can t be botherd. Part IV : Speaking Speaking Tips (2) drop by screw up (mess up) 16. Tom : Are you going to phone Patricia again? Peter :... I ve left five messages for her, and she s never replied. 1) I haven t. 2) I d bothered. 3) She doesn t want to. 4) It s really no bother. 5) I can t be bothered. Part V : Vocabulary 17. Good citizens must observe the laws. 1) Tony should observe that his son rarely goes out on Friday nights. 2) A physician has to observe his patient s condition carefully. 3) During the Buddhist Lent, Thai people observe five basic precepts. 4) My parents are making big plans to observe their 40 th wedding anniversary in March. 18. There is little scientific evidence to substantiate the claims. 1) validate 2) suppress 3) repel 4) assail MEMOLODY น ทาน OBSERVE พ เฝ าด ณเดชน คอยส งเกต ไม มองข าม พ ย นยอมท าตาม คอยซ กถาม ออกความเห น เพลง PROVE (V.) * attest to, prove, vindicate ต อง validate ต อง testify ให เห น ส ดฟ าเก นจ นตนาการก จะข ามไป มองฟ าท ใจต องการ ** verify, authenticate, substantiate, check, certify ให ร ส ดฟ าเก นจ นตนาการก จะข ามไป มองฟ าท ใจต องการ โครงการแบรนด ซ มเมอร แคมป ป ท 25 ภาษาอ งกฤษ (9) Ipan Plus Mini_Series II ipán plus mini : Series II 00:00 ipán plus mini : Series II 00:00 Memolody: Rhymes & Tales Phrasal Verbs Appendix II: Phrasal Verb Phrasal Verb Meaning Example A abide by account for add up advise against agree with aim at allow for answer back appeal to respect or obey. (the law, a decision, a rule) = ยอมปฏ บ ต ตาม explain, give a reason = อธ บาย ชดใช make sense, seem reasonable = น าเช อถ อ น าจะเป นจร ง สมเหต สมผล recommend not doing something = ท กท วง ห ามปราม have the same opinion as somebody else. = เห นพ องก บ ยอมร บ point something in the direction of a target = ม งหมายเพ อ take into consideration, include in a calculation = พ จารณา เผ อเอาไว reply rudely = สวนตอบ เถ ยงกล บ 1) plead or make an earnest request = ร องขอ 2) be attractive or interesting = ด งด ดใจ If you want to stay at this school, you must abide by the rules. I hope you can account for the money you spent! Her story just doesn't add up. The doctor advised him against carrying heavy loads. I agree with you. I think she deserves the award too. The policeman aimed his gun at the hijacker. You'd better leave early to allow for traffic jams. Don't answer back your mother! 1) The organizers appealed to the crowd to stay calm. 2) A trekking holiday doesn't appeal to me. Phrasal Verb Meaning Example apply for avail (oneself) of B back away back down back up bail out bank on beef up black out make a formal request for something (job, permit, loan etc.) = สม คร take advantage of something (an opportunity) = ใช ประโยชน จาก move backwards, in fear or dislike = หล กหน ถอยกล บ withdraw, concede defeat = ยอมตาม 1) give support or encouragement = สน บสน น 2) make a copy of (file, program, etc.) = ส ารองข อม ล 1) pay money to secure someone's release = ประก นออกมา 2) rescue from financial difficulties = จ ายเง นหร อช วยเหล อให พ นจากป ญหา base your hopes on someone/something = พ งพา improve, make more substantial = เสร มก าล ง faint, lose consciousness = เป นลม หมดสต He applied for the job he saw advertised in the newspaper. When the company is privatized, you should avail yourself of the opportunity and buy some shares. When he saw the dog, he backed away. Local authorities backed down on their plans to demolish the building. 1) If I tell the boss we've got too much work, will you back me up? 2) It is recommended to back up all files in a secure location. 1) When he was arrested, his family refused to bail him out. 2) The government bailed out the bank. Don't forget the date. I'm banking on your help. He beefed up his presentation with diagrams and statistics. When he fell off the horse he blacked out. Phrasal Verb Meaning Example block off blow up boil down to boot up break away break down break into break out break out of Separate using a barrier. = ป ดก น 1) explode; = ระเบ ด 2) be destroyed by an explosion = ระเบ ดท าลาย be summarized as = ลดลง start a computer by loading an operating system or program. = เป ดเคร องเพ อใช งาน escape from captivity = หลบหน 1) go out of order, cease to function = ใช งานไม ได 2) lose control of one's emotions = ควบค มอารมณ ไม ได enter by force = บ กร กง ดแงะ start suddenly = เร มต นท นท escape from a place by force come to an end (marriage, relationship) The area was blocked off during the demonstration. 1) The terrorists said the bomb would blow up at 9 o'clock. 2) The car blew up but luckily there was nobody in it. The problem boils down to a lack of money. Just give me a few minutes to boot up the computer. A few horses broke away from the paddock. 1) John's car broke down so he had to take the bus. 2) The parents broke down when they heard the bad news. Burglars broke into the house around midnight. Rioting broke out as a result of the strike. Three prisoners broke out of jail. break up After her marriage broke up, Emma went to live in London. bring up raise (a child) She stopped working in order brush up on improve, refresh one's knowledge of something to bring up her children. Mary had to brush up on her Spanish before going to South America. Phrasal Verb Meaning Example bump into meet by accident or unexpectedly Pedro bumped into his English teacher at the supermarket. burn out 1) stop (something) working 2) become exhausted 1) The fuse has burnt out. 2) Tom will burn himself out if he doesn't slow down. from over-working butt in (on sthg) interrupt impolitely It's rude to butt in on a conversation like that! C call back return a phone call I'll call you back as soon as possible. call off cancel The meeting was called off because of the strike. call on/upon sb formally invite or request I now call upon the President to address the assembly. calm down become more relaxed, less angry or upset He was angry at first but he eventually calmed down. carry on continue He carried on gardening in spite of the rain. carry out 1) do something as specified (a plan, an order, a threat) 2) perform or conduct 1) The plan was carried out to perfection. 2) Tests are carried out to determine the efficiency of a new drug. (test, experiment) carry over postpone until later As regards holidays, can you carry over any days from one year to check in check out register at a hotel or airport 1) pay one's bill and leave (a hotel) 2) investigate the next? For security reasons you have to check in two hours before your flight. 1) Is Mr. Blair still at the hotel? No, he checked out this morning. 2) I don't know if the address is still valid. I'll check it out. Phrasal Verb Meaning Example clam up refuse to speak When the teacher arrived she clammed up. clamp down on act strictly to prevent something The government has decided to clamp down on smoking in close down come across stop operating (company, restaurant, cinema). 1) find by chance 2) appear, seem, make an impression public places. When the factory closed down, the employees lost their jobs. 1) Julie came across some photographs of her grandparents in the attic. 2) The candidate came across as a dynamic person during the interview. come forward present oneself The police have asked any witnesses to come forward. come up against be faced with or opposed by The project came up against a lot of criticism. conk out 1) stop working 2) stop or fall asleep (from exhaustion) 1) The car conked out on the motorway. 2) He was so exhausted, count on cross out cut down on cut out D deal with rely or depend on (for help) remove by drawing a line through reduce in number or size 1) remove using scissors 2) stop doing something handle, take care of (problem, situation) he conked out in front of the TV. I'm counting on the taxi driver to find the theatre. In some exercises, you are asked to cross out the incorrect word. The doctor told him to cut down on cigarettes. 1) She cut out a picture in a magazine. 2) I'm going to cut out eating between meals. The manager is good at dealing with difficult customers. Phrasal Verb Meaning Example die down calm down, become less strong When the applause died down, she started to sing. do without manage without The shops are closed so we'll have to do without sugar. drag on last longer than expected We expected a short speech but it dragged on and on! draw up write (contract, agreement, document) An agreement was drawn up and signed by the two parties. dress up 1) wear elegant clothes 2) disguise oneself 1) Do people dress up to go to the opera in your country? 2) Children love to dress up at drop in drop off drop out E ease off end in end up even out visit, usually on the way somewhere 1) deliver someone or something 2) fall asleep leave school without finishing reduce, become less severe or slow down (pain, traffic, work) finish in a certain way; result in finally reach a state, place or action 1) eliminate differences of opinion. 2) become level or regular Halloween. I sometimes drop in to see my grandparents on my way home from school. 1) I'll drop you off at the bus stop if you like. 2) Granddad often drops off in front of the TV. She decided to go to art school then dropped out after the first term. After Christmas the workload generally eases off. Their marriage ended in divorce. If he continues his misconduct he'll end up in prison. 1) After a long discussion they managed to even out their differences. 2) The road was evened out to make it safer. Phrasal Verb Meaning Example F fall through fail; doesn't happen Our planned boat trip fell through because of the storm. figure out understand, find the answer I'm trying to figure out how to assemble the bookshelves. fill out complete (a form/an application) Please fill out the enclosed form and return it as soon as possible. find out discover or obtain information I'm going to call the cinema to find out what time the film starts. focus on concentrate on something The advertising campaign will
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