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افعال مرکب در زبان انگلیسی ask
ask for permission
You ask after someone who is sick.
Ask around for information
He asked me over to his house.
He asked about you.
"Do you want to meet me on Sunday?" he asked me out.
"come on, in!" he asked me in.
He asked me round to his house.
?Blond or Blonde
In French blond refers to men and blonde refers to women. A blond is a fair-haired male, and a blonde is a fair-haired female. This distinction also exists in English to some extends specially in British English, where blonde is preferred because the word is used in reference to females more than to males. In American or Canadian English blond is more common even in reference to female hair color.
Play, Do or Go
What verbs should we use when talking about sports? play, go, or do
1. Use play for team sports or sports played with a ball:
football, basketball, tennis
2. Use go for sports that end in gerund (-ing):
swimming, climbing, running
Be careful: Don't use to between go and the activity.
You do not go to swimming, you just go swimming.
These sports can also be used in their verb form:
I learned how to swim when I was 9.
He skates twice a week.
Exception: Be careful not to use go with these sports:
boxing, fencing, weight training
These sports are not used with any of these verbs. You can say I like to box, he likes watching fencing at the Olympics.
Sometimes we do these sports with do some.
He went to the gym to do some boxing.
3. Use do for sports that you do not need any equipment to do:
karate (martial arts), gymnastics, yoga