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96% - The Use and Non Use of Articles

The is used to refer to specific or particular nouns; 17/02/2010

95% - grammar

Proper And Common Nouns  Definition  Nouns – words used to name a person, place, thing, object, quality, idea, concept, or an action. 29/03/2014

94% - Pronounciation of final ed, s, es

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 17/11/2013

94% - 3as english resumes

 The situation in T 3 is a regret about an event that had happened in the past Quantifiers - 𝑚𝑎𝑛𝑦 𝑓𝑒𝑤 for countable nouns. 24/09/2017

90% - English Correction II 2017 final

English Correction II 2017 final (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: 25/01/2017

90% - English exam Correction I 2017

English exam Correction I 2017 English exam(Correction) 2 Year/ 2016-2017 (ST (I)) English exam First Part 1-Nouns are divided into four different kinds: 25/01/2017

88% - module5

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. 11/06/2011

88% - X2NLA chapter5

the majority of two-syllable nouns have stress on the first syllable, for example 'brother or 'courage. 15/05/2009

87% - Grammar review

How much – refers to a quantity or a price (uncountable nouns) How much time do you have to finish the test? 09/05/2016

84% - tmp 27846 ESPACES ET ECHANGES578304254

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. 27/05/2015

82% - 2 big activity book

Match Cards 2 Singular and Plural Nouns 1 Singular and Plural Nouns 2 Using Determiners 1 Using Determiners 2 Using Determiners 3 16 Vocabulary Skills 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 The Joy of Abstract Nouns 1 The Joy of Abstract Nouns 2 Emotions and Feelings 1 Emotions and Feelings 2 Common Idioms 1 Common Idioms 2 Understanding Quantities 1 Understanding Quantities 2 Shopping List – Mixed-up Quantities Family Matters (gap-fill) 1 Family Matters (gap-fill) 2 My Relatives Word Pyramid – Parts of a Sentence Adjectives and Synonyms 1 Adjectives and Synonyms 2 Advanced Homophones 1 Advanced Homophones 2 Onomatopoeia – List of Noisy Words Onomatopoeia – Noisy Words Talking about the Weather 1 Talking about the Weather 2 For more fun worksheets, games and quizzes log onto now! 22/11/2016