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

By Howard Sargeant

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

This two-book sequence used to be written in particular for English language rookies and covers the entire uncomplicated grammar subject matters for newcomers. comprises transparent and concise causes of the principles and illustrates them with various examples. The do you know? and Grammar support notes upload extra to the certainty of simple grammar. those books will provide English language freshmen a transparent realizing of center grammar talents and support lay a powerful beginning for stable English. each one e-book contains 150-pages plus of grammar examples and guide. lecturers source publications (32-pages each), on hand on CD. packed with English grammar actions in a reproducible structure, that builds an exceptional starting place in grammar for English language newbies. Books even have systematic assistance that is helping to construct crucial grammar abilities step by step

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John’s mom works in at home and looks after his time in office and his dad stays apartment. He spends much of kitchen, preparing meals. John and Katy help their dad with housework. John likes using to sweep vacuum cleaner and Katy likes floor. Dad gives John and Katy money when they help him. They usually spend the money on computer games! Exercise 2 Notice the determiners in the following passage. What kind of determiners are they? Put a D in the box after a demonstrative determiner, a Q after a quantifying determiner, an I after an interrogative determiner, a P after a possessive determiner and an N after a number.

Emilly's desk is 4. The bucket has a hole 5. Who is the man (to)? (near). (oppposite). (in). (with)? Exercise 4 Complete the following sentences. 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.

She is not my best friend. You are my best friend. 5. Cats are not as noisy as dogs. 6. We are busy doing our homework. 7. She is busy cleaning the car in the garage. 8. Our teacher is not very tall. 9. My parents are not home from work yet. 10. My friend is not very good at math. 62 Verbs and Tenses: The Present Progressive Tense The Present Progressive Tense The present progressive tense is used to talk about things that are continuing to happen. ◗ Make the present progressive tense by using am, is or are with a verb that ends in ing.

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