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1UNIT 4 REFERENCE & EXPLETIVE Objectives:1. To identify pronouns as references and to identify (an) other and others2. To recognize expletive ‘There’ and ‘It’
21. Reference There are 8 types of pronouns: a. Subject pronouns b. Object pronounsc. Possessive adjectivesd. Possessive pronounse. Demonstrative pronounsf. Relative pronounsg. Reflexive pronounsh. Other References
3Examples 2. We are reading them. 3. The teacher is talking to us. 1. We are reading the books2. We are reading them.3. The teacher is talking to us.4. Our books are here.5. These books are ours.6. Your classmates, whose experiences are different from yours, are eager to help and be helped7. A: How long does it take them to get used to eating American food?B: That depends on the student and where he is from.
4Forward reference word E.g. For the first time that they can remember farmers in Latin America are relieved of the constant of vampire bats.Backward reference wordE.g. Computers have many uses today. They can solve difficult problems and control complex machines.
5Note: ‘It’ is not always used as a reference word. For example Although it is difficult to say anything definite about events that took place so long ago, scientists have been able to suggest some dates for the main stages in the history of our planet.
6Another, other and the other(s) a. Another‘Another’ is used with singular nouns to talk about an additional person or thing.e.g. Could I have another cup of tea?e.g. He opened another shop last month.
7b. Other ‘Other’ is used with plural nouns. ‘Another’ is also used with a number and a plural noun to talk about ‘more people or things’. e.g.: 1. We need another two hours to complete this assignment. 2. I’ve got another three books to read.b. Other‘Other’ is used with plural nouns.e.g. I’ve got other things to think about.
8c. The other(s) ‘The other’ is used with singular or plural nouns. Examples:1. We have two students. One is still here, but the other (student) is gone.2. We have beaten three European countries in the football matches, but the other countries have beaten us. (but the others have beaten us).
92. Expletive ‘there’ and ‘it’. a. There E. g 2. Expletive ‘there’ and ‘it’. a. There E.g. ‘ I like Jogyakarta; there are many tourism areas there.’b. ItE.g. ‘It’ is used in statements about time,weather, distance and identification.
10Time Is it late? No, it’s early What time is it? It’s two o’clock WeatherIs it raining? No, but it looks like rainDistanceHow far is it to Ani’s school?It’s about three kilometers
11IdentificationA: Someone is at the door.B: Who is it?A: I don’t know.A: There was a telephone call for you this morning.B: Who was it?A: It was Jack.