EWS 15: Clause with "so"

Siew Peng was hungry.

She ate two slices of bread.
Siew Peng was hungry so she ate two slices of bread.
She felt thirsty after that.
She felt thirsty so she drank a glass of water.
I have been playing football the whole afternoon so I am feeling hot.
I am hot so I am sitting under the fan.
I have left the windows open so that there will be more fresh air.

 

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EWS 37: In and Within

In and Within:
When referring to time, in denotes the close of a period, within denotes a time less than the close of the period.

e.g.
1 I shall return in a year’s time. (After a year)
2. I shall return within a year. (Before a year has passed)

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EWS 30: At and In

 At, in. At refers to a point of time; In to a larger space of time.
1. He cam at 8 o’clock in the morning.
2. Similarly, for a small place we use “at”, e.g.
He lives at Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia.
The university is at Petaling Jaya in Kuala Lumpur.

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EWS 29: With

With
1. I had a talk with him.
2. She is a girl with blue eyes.
3. He filled the box with sand.
4. I did it with his help.
5. He lives with his uncle.
6. She went to the town with her friend.
7. He killed the snake with a stick.
8. Don’t fight with him.
9. They were shaking with cold.
10. Her face was wet with tears.

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