Propositional phrases with adjectives
Afraid of, aware of, bored with, different form, good at, interested in, pleased with, ready for, responsible for, similar to, tird of, worried about.
Recharge, connect, x to y, insert, plug in, press button (power/play/stop/fast forward/rewind) select a programme, a track, a function, switch/turn on, swith/turn off.
Camcorder, digital camera, dishwasher, DVD playe, home cinema system, laptop, microwave oven, mobile phone, mp3 player, remote control, satnav, vacuum cleaner, washing machine.
Expressions for disagreeing or partially disagreeing
I totally disagree that...I agree to an extent, that is true, you have got a point, I do not take your point, I see what you mean, I am not sure that is true.
Expressions for agreeing or partially agreeing
I totally agree with you that, I agree to an extent thatt, that is true, you are right, you have got a point, I take your point, I see what you mean
Here, we are more interested in tthe action than the people that are doing it.
Have something done
Subject+have or get+object+past participle (by+agent)
To talk about actions we do not do by ourseleves, somebody does them for us.
Linkers in "for and against" essays
Firstly, secondly, finally
Furthermore, what is more, in addition.
On one hand-on the other hand.
In my opinion, personally I think, as far as I am concerned.