Thursday, November 14, 2019
Learn English Grammar: Lesson 8 - Word Forms Sometimes you can look at a word and guess its part of speech. For example, if a word ends in -tion or -ation, it is probably a noun. Ex: (a) The teacher's selection...
Learn English Grammar: Lesson 7 - Conjunctions A conjunction is a word that connects parts of a sentence together. In the middle of a sentence: and, but, or, so Ex: Central America includes Nicaragua, Guatemala, and Honduras. Ex: At this school,...
Learn English Grammar: Lesson 6 - Adverbs An adverb is a word that describes (modifies) a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. Adverbs tell how (manner), when, where, how often, and how much. how: Ostriches can run quickly. when: We saw an ostrich yesterday. where: Ostriches...
Learn English Grammar: Lesson 5 - Adjectives An adjective is a word that describes a noun or pronoun. Adjectives: good, delicious, happy, interesting, important, serious, green, cold, many, Mexican, French, English, Chinese, difficult, clean, six Adjectives answer the questions "Which?" "How many?"...
Learn English Grammar: Lesson 4 - Prepositions A preposition is a word that shows the relationship between a noun (or pronoun) and the rest of the sentence. Common Prepositions about at                  for near                   on until above before          from next to               to with after by                 in of             ...
Learn English Grammar: Lesson 3 - Pronouns A pronoun is a word that can replace or substitute for a noun. nouns: Karla drinks black coffee every morning. pronouns:  She drinks it every morning. (She = Karla; it = black coffee) ...
Learn English Grammar: Lesson 2 - Nouns A noun is the name of a person, place, thing, or quality. person: Mrs. Smith, the doctor, the boys place: Cairo, a hotel, a soccer stadium thing: chocolate ice cream, my car, a small radio quality: ...
Learn English Grammar: Lesson 1 - Verbs A verb is the most important word in a sentence. A verb shows action or being (existence). action: take, write, run, select, show, call existence: be (am, is, are, was, were) Every sentence must...
What’s the difference between ‘will’ and ‘shall’? Use of will and shall I’ll/will/shall You’ll/will He/she/it’ll/will We’ll/will/shall They’ll/will The short form ‘ll can be used for both will and shall. We usually use the long form in writing and the short in speech,...
An English verb can be regular or irregular. Regular verbs form their past and past participle forms by adding –ed. Examples are given below. Walk – walked – walked Dance – danced – danced Paint – painted – painted Work – worked – worked Irregular...

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