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Published by: Dale Coulter on Apr 07, 2012
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Have
successfully
adaptedForm
:Present Perfect tense.( have)+ adverb+ pastparticiple
Meaning
: The Present Perfect is usedto describe actionsstarted in the past andare ongoing.
Pronunciation
:/hvsksesfldæptd/
ə ə ə ɪə ɪ
Have
successfully
adaptedForm
:3rd person plural- PresentPerfect simple.Affirmative.Auxiliary ( have)+ adverb+past participle(regular lexical verb).
Meaning
: The Present Perfect is usedto describe actionsstarted in the pastwith currentrelevance: the effectsare the object of ourattention.
Pronunciation
:/hvsksesfldæptd/
ə ə ə ɪə ɪ
is periodically closed totravel
due to
missiletesting
Meaning:
Students may fail torecognize the subjectof the passive voice.Students might fail torecognize thecause/effectrelationship betweenpark closures andmissile testing
Phonology
:weak forms, and alternatingweak/strong forms of “to”./zperidklklzdt
ː ː
ɑ ɪ ə ɪ əʊ
is periodically closed totravel
due to
missiletesting
Meaning
:Students might fail torecognize thecause/effectrelationship betweenpark closures andmissile testing, i.e.
due to+ noun
(prepositional phrase);
due to
is more formaland less common than
because of 
.
Phonology
:weak forms, andalternatingweak/strong forms of 

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