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WORD ORDER adjectives before nouns adjectives after a verb
nice/dog/Nelly/a/is Nelly is a nice dog.
Kate/my/friend/best/is Kate is my best friend.
not/is/Mercury/a/planet/ big Mercury is not a big planet.
town/a/Baymouth/is/small Baymouth is a small town.
English/this/dictionary/an /is This is an English dictionary.
very/book/is/this/thick This book is very thick.
are/Bob and Sam/ French/not Bob and Sam are not French.
comfortable/are/these/ very/chairs These chairs are very comfortable.
man/James/very/a/is/old James is a very old man.
nice/is/sunny/it/day/a It is a nice sunny day.
good/my/player/is/tennis/ a/brother My brother is a good tennis player.
late/Paul/again/is Paul is late again.
Italian/I/food/love I love Italian food.
a/every/reads/Jane/day/ newspaper Jane reads a newpaper every day.
wearing/black/a/Peter/is/ hat Peter is wearing a black hat.
new/like/house/I/my/much/ very I like my new house very much.
lovely/Sarah/a/red/has/ dress Sarah has a lovely red dress.
computer/David/buying/a/ is/new David is buying a new computer.
not/Brigitte/English/an/ name/is Brigitte is not an English name.
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Im a singer. Im an American woman. I have long blond hair. I have big brown eyes and thick lips. I can dance pretty well. Im a terrific girl !
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HAVE SUBJECTS I HAVE YOU HAVE WE HAVE THEY HAVE.
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