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UNIT 9 - CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES

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UNIT 9 - CONTROVERSIAL
ISSUES

Verbs followed directly by an infinitive
GRAMMAR.-

Non-count nouns that represent abstract ideas
Nouns that represent abstract ideas are always non-count nouns
GRAMMAR.-
Verbs followed by objects and infinitives
Certain verbs can be followed by infinitives. but some verbs must be followed by an object before an infinitive

The news paper reminded
all 18-year-olds

to vote
We urged
them

to write
letters against the death penalty
Education is an important issue
NOT:
The
education is an important issue
NOT:
Educations are
an important issue

The news* about politics is always interesting
NOT: the news about
the politics
is always interesting
NOT: the news about politics
are
always interesting
VOCABULARY -
Political terminology
• a government
• politics
• a constitution
• an election
• vote
• campaign
• a democracy
• a monarchy
• a dictatorship
• a consitucional monarchy
VOCABULARY.-
Some controversial issues
compulsory military service
lowering the driving age
Censorship of books
and movies
Raising the
voting age
Prohibiting smoking indoors
•Agree
•appear
•can't afford
•can't wait
•decide
•deserve
•hope
•learn
•manage
•need
•offer
•plan
•pretend
•refuse
•seem
Verbs followed by an object before an infinitive
•advise
•allow
•cause
•convince
•encourage
•invite
•permit
•persuade
•remind
•request
•require
•tell
•urge
•warn
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