Presentation on theme: "Determiner Ordinal Numbers Cardinal Numbers Quality Size Age Shape Temperature Colour Nationality Origin/ a beautiful largeold round black myfirsttwo English."— Presentation transcript:
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A or AN A / an is called the “indefinite article”. 1When to use “a” ; when to use “an” Use a before a consonant sound. E.g : He’s a doctor. What a nice picture! Use an before a vowel sound. E.g : He’s an actor. What an ugly picture! 2A or An comes before a singular countable noun: a + singular countable noun. an E.g : a man a union an idea an hour a +modifier(s) + singular countable noun. an E.g : a happy woman an interesting new book
A / an has no plural form. It is a car. This is a rabbit. That is a red rose He’s a tennis player.
BETWEEN Between is a preposition of PLACE and TIME. BAC X E.g : A is between B and C. (a) Place E.g : There is a cloud between two mountains. (b) Time The Murder PM X 7.00 AM E.g : The murder must have taken place between 10 p.m. And 7 a.m., when everyone was asleep.
ARM LEG HEAD HAND GLASSES FOOT KNEE PARTS OF THE BODY
Main clauses and subordinate clauses One clause may be part of another clause. For example, one clause may be an object or an adverbial in another clause: Clause 1 Subject I Verb phase asked Object you Verb phrase will phone Subject we Clause 1 Object (=clause 2) Adverbial where Subject the doctor Verb phrase lived. Adverbial (=clause 2) Conjunction after Subject we Verb phrase arrive.
Present Continuous Tense 1 Form:We form the present continuous with be ing Affirmative Iam you,they,weare working. he, she, itis Contractions : am = ‘m are = ‘re is = ‘s 2 Use : We use the Present continuous to talk about something which is in progress at the moment of speaking. e. g. : They are listening to their teacher. He is playing tennis.