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Theo mình thì
1. Leader là người lãnh đạo còn head chỉ là trưởng phòng, hay người chịu trách nhiệm 1 nhóm người
2. form: là mẫu (văn bản có sẵn khung chỉ việc điền vào); Kind: loại, hạng, thứ (có chung 1 nhóm, có đặc tính giống nhau); Type: cũng là loại, kiểu, típ (có sự phân biệt)
3. habit: chỉ thói quen, tính khí; custom: chỉ phong tục, tập quán.
4. despairing: thất vọng, tuyệt vọng (chán nản không quá tiêu cực); desperate: cũng chỉ sự tuyệt vọng (nhưng tiêu cực, liều lĩnh)
5. Summon: mang tính chất mệnh lệnh, triệu tập; Call: mang tính chất đơn thuần – đơn giản hơn.
6. picture và depict đều có sự giống nhau về mặt nào đó nhưng picture mang tính chất gì đó chuyên nghiệp hơn về tính nghệ thuật còn depict chỉ là vẽ mô tả đơn thuần.
Những bạn khác nghĩ sao???
In my short-sighted opinion, there is a bit difference btw them but u can say either one of them, it really makes sense. Whatever, I would like to give u my own idea about those stuffs.
-First: leader and head
*Leader: is a person in control of a group, country or situation
*Head: someone in charge of or leading an organization, group, usually use for school, college such as headmaster, headmistress, head teacher
-Second: kind, type, form
*kind: a group with similar characteristics, or a particular type
Ex: Today's vehicles use 2 kinds of fuel: petrol and diesel
What kind of job are u looking for?
I just don't have that kind of money(=I haven't got so much money)
The cupboard contained all kinds of strane things
Her travel company was the first of its kind(=of others that are similar)
*form: a type of sth
Ex: Swimming is the best form of exercise
-Third:custom and habbit
*Custom(usual activity): something u usually do
Ex: He left the house at nine exactly, as is his custom.
*Habit(repeated action): something which u do often and regularly, sometimes without knowing that u r doing it
Ex: I always buy the same brand f toothpaste just out of(=because of) habit
I'm trying not to get into(=start)the habit of always having biscuits with my coffee.
I used to swim twice a week, but I seem to have got out of(=ended)the habit recently.
I was taught to drive by my boyfriend and I am afraid I've picked up(=caught)some of his bad habits.
I am trying to get him to break(=end intentionally) the habit of switching on the TV when he comes home at night.
I dont mind being woken up once or twice in the middle of the night by my flatmate so long as she doesn't make a habit of it(=do it frequently)
I am not really in the habit of looking at(=I dont usually look at) other people's clothes, but even I noticed that awful suit!
-Fourth: despairing and desperate
*despairing : the feeling that there is no hope and that u can do nothing to improve a difficult or troubling situation
Ex: a desparing glance/cry
a mood/sense of despair
They are in (the depths of)despair over/about the money they've lost.
To her teacher's despair, Nicole never does the work that she's told to do
Their fourth year without rain drove many farmers to(=caused them to feel) despair.
*desperate(risky: the feeling that u have no hope and are ready to do anything to change the bad situation u r in
Ex: The doctors made one last desperate attempt/effort to save the boy's life
Desperate measures are needed to deal with the growing drug problem.
They made a desperate plea for help.
-Fifth: summon and call
*summon(order): to order someone to come to or be present at a particular place, or to officially arrange a meeting of people
Ex: General Son summoned reinforcements to hepl resist the attack.
(HUMOROUS)I am afraid I'll have to go. I'm being summoned by my wife
On September 9th, the council was summoned to hear an emergency report on its finances.
*call(shout/cry): to say sth in a loud voice, especially in order to actract someone's attention, or (of animals) to make a loud, high sound, especially to another animal:
Ex: Someone in the crowd called(out)his name
"Hey, you! Come over here!" she called
The blackbird called to its mate
-Sixth: depict and picture
*depict:to represent or show sth in a picture or story
Ex: Her paintings depict the lives of ordinary people in the last century.
In the book, he depicts his father as a tyrant
People were shocked by the advertisement which depicted a woman beating her husband.
*picture(show in photograph): to show sb/sth a photograph or picture
Ex: She is pictured here with her parents
The team is pictured setting off on their European tour.
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