Basic English Grammar: For English Language Learners: Book 2 by Howard Sargeant

By Howard Sargeant

Themes comprise: nouns, pronouns, adjectives, definite/indefinite articles, verbs & tenses, prepositions, conjunctions, sentences, talking, punctuation. advised for grades five to 8.

This two-book sequence used to be written in particular for English language beginners and covers the entire uncomplicated grammar issues for newcomers. includes transparent and concise motives of the foundations and illustrates them with a variety of examples. The were you aware? and Grammar support notes upload extra to the knowledge of simple grammar. those books will supply English language beginners a transparent figuring out of middle grammar abilities and support lay a robust origin for strong English. each one e-book contains 150-pages plus of grammar examples and guideline. academics source courses (32-pages each), on hand on CD. choked with English grammar actions in a reproducible layout, that builds a high-quality beginning in grammar for English language newcomers. Books even have systematic suggestions that is helping to construct crucial grammar abilities step by step

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Excite) fans screaming. 3. I hope the pupils don’t think that my classes are 4. My dad had a very 5. Have the police found the 6. The supermarket sells lots of 7. The players on the 8. Some of the old houses had 38 (bore). (worry) look on his face. (steal) car yet? (freeze) food. (win) team don’t look tired at all. (break) windows. Adjectives: The Comparison of Adjectives The Comparison of Adjectives ◗ The Comparative Form To compare two people or things, use the comparative form of an adjective.

Write an adjective phrase, using the adjective in parentheses and another adjective linked with and or but. The first one has been done for you. 1. My dog is small and brown (small). 2. His sister's hair is (black). 3. Our teacher is 4. Tomorrow's weather will be 5. The museum was (oppposite). (sunny). (quiet). 43 4 Determiners Determiners, or noun signals, are special adjectives used before nouns. There are different kinds of determiners. The Articles The words a, an and the are called the articles.

He likes every child in the class. Each house is painted a different color. ◗ The quantifying determiners either and neither refer to two people or things. I don’t like either drink. Neither sister has long hair. ◗ Some quantifying determiners are used with singular, plural, or nouns of no exact quantity. They are any, no, no other and the other. Any dog will bite if it’s afraid. Are there any good books in the library? There wasn’t any space in the cupboard. No child likes getting hurt. There were no pencils in the drawer.

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