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12099162 Kính chào các thầy, cô. Khi cài đặt phần mềm , trên PowerPoint và Word sẽ mặc định xuất hiện menu Bộ công cụ Violet để thầy, cô có thể sử dụng các tính năng đặc biệt của phần mềm ngay trên PowerPoint và Word. Tuy nhiên sau khi cài đặt phần mềm , với nhiều máy tính sẽ...
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abandon /əˈbændən/

 to leave somebody, especially somebody you are responsible for, with no intention of returning abandon somebody The baby had been abandoned by its mother.People often simply abandon their pets when they go abroad.abandon somebody to something The study showed a deep fear among the elderly of being abandoned to the care of strangers.
 to leave a thing or place, especially because it is impossible or dangerous to staysynonym something Snow forced many drivers to abandon their vehicles.He gave the order to abandon ship (= to leave the ship because it was sinkingabandon something to somebody/something They had to abandon their lands to the invading forces.
 abandon something to stop doing something, especially before it is finished; to stop having abandoned the match because of rain.She abandoned hope of any reconciliation.We had to abandon any further attempt at negotiation.
to stop supporting or helping somebody; to stop believing in somebody The country abandoned its political leaders after the war.abandon something By 1930 he had abandoned his Marxist principles.
abandon yourself to something (literary) to feel an emotion so strongly that you can feel nothing abandoned himself to despair.
Word OriginExtra abandoned the army for politics.She abandoned her teaching career in favour of sport.The car was found abandoned in a nearby town.The government does not propose to abandon the project altogether.The plans for reform were quietly abandoned.The town had been hastily abandoned.This principle has now been effectively abandoned.Traditional policies were simply abandoned.He gave the order to abandon ship.I have abandoned hope of any reconciliation.They had to abandon their lands and property to the invading forces.They were forced to abandon the game because of rain.Work on the new building was finally abandoned.

ability  /əˈbɪləti/
 
 [singular] ability to do something the fact that somebody/something is able to do system has the ability to run more than one program at the same time.Everyone has the right to good medical care regardless of their ability to pay.A gentle form of exercise will increase your ability to relax.opposite 
 [countable, uncountable] a level of skill or intelligence Almost everyone has some musical ability.He was a man of extraordinary abilities.students of mixed abilitiesA woman of her ability will easily find a job.I try to do my job to the best of my ability (= as well as I can
Word Family able adjective unable)ably adverbability noun inability)disabled adjective disability noun Word OriginExtra abilities were soon recognized.I seem to have lost my ability to attract clients.I taught a wide range of abilities.It is much more difficult to teach a mixed-ability class.It’s important to discover the natural abilities of each child.She showed a high level of ability as a runner.She showed great ability in mathematics.The school does nothing for children of high ability.There was a high level of ability among the school leavers.We will keep you informed to the best of our ability.discovering the natural abilities of each childAre you used to teaching students of mixed abilities?I try to do the job to the best of my ability.

A viral illness left her barely able to walk.I didn`t feel able to disagree with him.Will you be able to come?opposite 
Grammar Pointcan / could / be able to / manage Can is used to say that somebody knows how to do something: Can you play the piano? It is also used with verbs of seeing, noticing, etc: I can hear someone calling, and with passive infinitives: The podcast can be downloaded here.Can or be able to are used to say that something is possible or that somebody has the opportunity to do something: Can youare you able to come on Saturday?You use be able to to form the future and perfect tenses and the infinitive: You’ll be able to get a taxi outside the station.I haven’t been able to get much work done today.She’d love to be able to play the piano.Could is used to talk about what someone was generally able to do in the past: Our daughter could walk when she was nine months old.You use was/​were able to or manage (but not could) when you are saying that something was possible on a particular occasion in the past: I was able tomanaged to find some useful books in the library.I could find some useful books in the library. In negative sentences, could not can also be used: We weren’t able todidn’t manage tocouldn’t get there in time. Could is also used with this meaning with verbs of seeing, noticing, understanding, etc: I could see there was something wrong.Could have is used when you are saying that it was possible for somebody to do something in the past but they did not try: I could have won the game but decided to let her win.
abler  eɪblə(r ablest  eɪblɪst/ intelligent;
 
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