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English as a Second Language-QuickStudy 98%

BarCharts, Inc.® WORLD’S #1 ACADEMIC OUTLINE Vocabulary, Popular Phrases and Expressions, Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives &


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First, this board was make with alphabetic order.


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The is used to refer to specific or particular nouns;


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Proper And Common Nouns  Definition  Nouns – words used to name a person, place, thing, object, quality, idea, concept, or an action.


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Lesson by lesson, this book provides basic instruction in the eight parts of speech—nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections—as well as the standard patterns of English sentences.


Pronounciation of final -ed, -s, -es 94%

Voiced sounds come from your throat. If you touch your neck when you   make a voiced sound, you can feel your voice box vibrate.   Examples of voiced sounds: “L”, “V”, “N”, “B” and all vowel sounds.                smell   smell/d/ Final –ed is pronounced /ed/ after “T”, and “D” sounds.  The sound /ed/ adds a whole syllable to a word   Example: Looked Æ look/t/ = one syllable                   Needed Æ need/ed/ = two syllables                decided    decide/ed/                needed    need/ed/                 wanted    want/ed                 invited    invite/ed        Final – ed is pronounced /t/ after all voiceless sounds.   Voiceless sounds are made by pushing air through your mouth; no sound   comes from your throat.   Examples of voiceless sounds : “K”, “P”, “S”, “Ch”, “Sh”, “F”     saved    save/d/  cleaned    clean/d/  robbed    rob/d/  played    play/d/      II. Plural Nouns & Present Tense: Use, Pronunciation and Spelling of Final “­s, ­es endings”   A final –s or –es is added to a noun to make the noun plural.   Friend = singular noun, Friends = plural noun         Noun + s: Friends are important  Noun + es: I like my classes     A final –s or –es is added to a present tense verb when the subject is a   singular noun (e.g., Mary, My father, the machine) or third person   (e.g., she, he, it)     Mary works = Singular           She works = Singular  The students work = plural      They work = plural         Verb + ‐S: Mary works at the bank  Verb + ‐ES: John watches birds                                                                     Pronunciation of –S, ­ES     Final –s is pronounced /s/ after voiceless sounds, as in “T”, “P”, and “K”      Final –s is pronounced /z/ after voiced sounds, as in “D”, “B”, “G” and “EE”   Final –s and –es are pronounced /ez/ after “SH,” “CH,” “S,” “Z,” and   “GE,”, “DGE”.     The /ez/ ending adds a syllable.                                                                    Spelling: Final –S vs. –ES    For most words (whether a verb or  noun), a final –s is added     Final –es is added to words ending with –SH, ­CH, ­S, ­Z, and –X.     For words ending in –Y: if –Y is preceded by vowel only –s is added  If –y is preceded by a consonant, the –y is changed to –i and –es is added.             This handout was compiled by Chen Che, ELS Student Facilitator (April 2009)        Source: Azar, B. (1999). Understanding and Using English Grammar (3rd ed.). Longman Press         seats   seat/s/ ropes   rope/s/                backs   back/s/         seeds   seed/z/ robes   robe/z/  bags   bag/z/                sees   see/z/         dishes   dish/ez/ catches   catch/ez/  kisses   kiss/ez/  mixes   mix/ez/   prizes   prize/ez/  edges   edge/ez/          sing   sings  song   songs         wash   washes watch   watches  class   classes  buzz   buzzes  box   boxes          toy   toys  buy   buys         baby  babies  cry   cries


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Lesson by lesson, this book provides basic instruction in the eight parts of speech—nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections—as well as the standard patterns of English sentences.


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(Correction) English exam Second Year/ 2016 -2017(ST (II)) English exam First Part 1-Oral expression and comprehension is the ability to convey wants, needs, thoughts, and ideas meaningfully 1-O True 2- O False 2-Nouns are divided into four different kinds:


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English exam(Correction) 2 Year/ 2016-2017 (ST (I)) English exam First Part 1-Nouns are divided into four different kinds:


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TEACHING POINTS Noun Pronoun Verb 1 common and proper 3/4 2 singular and plural 3/4 3 possessive nouns (with ‘s) 3/4 4 used to name people, places, things 3/4 5 personal, indefinite, interrogative 3/4 6 use to replace nouns 3/4 7 identify verbs and verb phrases (e.g.


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the majority of two-syllable nouns have stress on the first syllable, for example 'brother or 'courage.


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How much – refers to a quantity or a price (uncountable nouns) How much time do you have to finish the test?


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Illustrated by Heather Clarke Typeset in Utopia by Tradespools Ltd, Frome, Somerset Printed in Hong Kong Contents Introduction VII Acknowledgements VIII Key to symbols IX Sentence and text 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 English grammar The simple sentence Statements, questions, imperatives and exclamations Questions and answers Leaving out and replacing words Information and emphasis Spoken English and written English 1 6 15 25 42 52 64 Verb forms 8 9 10 11 12 13 The verb phrase Verb tenses and aspects The future Be, have and do Modal verbs The passive 75 82 95 104 113 130 Infinitive, gerund and participles 14 The infinitive 15 The gerund 16 Participles 144 159 167 The noun phrase 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Nouns and noun phrases Agreement The articles:


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nouns civilisation (la civilisation) a discovery (une découverte) exploration (l'exploration) a journey (un voyage) natives (indigènes) wilderness (l'environnement à l'état sauvage) adjectives verbs adventurous (aventurier) civilised (civilisé) curious (curieux) wild (sauvage) to discover (découvrir) to explore (explorer) to relate (raconter) to sail (naviguer) to survive (survivre) to undertake a journey (entreprendre un voyage) Ex.