Ppt on prepositions in english grammar

A Course on Linguistics for Students of English Zhou Changming Dept

stress Sentence stress Word stress The location of stress in English distinguishes meaning, e.g. a shift in stress in English may change the part of speech of a word:/ hacker, email, internet, “做秀,时装秀…” in Chinese. Closed class words----grammatical or functional words, such as conjunction, articles, preposition and pronouns. Morpheme--the minimal unit/job titles have been created; “ Economy of memory” results in grammar simplification; Regularization of exceptional plural forms provides another example for /


Eighth Grade English Benchmark Period Two Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics PASS Standards and Objectives.

think, “Does anyone use proper grammar like that any longer?” And I hear a far away voice answer, “Yes, little Skye, it is we, the grownups in your future life, who employ standard English and who expect you to use/ Skye slept soundly. ------introductory participial phrase------- subject verb dir. obj. 2. Entertained by the sheep, Skye counted them prepositional phrase in her sleep. subject ------nonessential participial phrase------- verb 3. Skye, dreaming about the sheep, slept adverb soundly. We always /


By: Victoria DeVries Computers in Education ED 205 – 03 Spring 2009.

be used along with this presentation. Schoolhouse Rock videos have been used to increase student interest in grammar. Students can go through the whole presentation or use the home page to navigate to a /prepositions/prepositions1.pdf Prepositions. http://www.english-the-easy-way.com/Prepositions/What_Are_Prepositions.htmhttp://www.english-the-easy-way.com/Prepositions/What_Are_Prepositions.htm Pronouns. http://www.superteacherworksheets.com/grammar/pronouns.pdfhttp://www.superteacherworksheets.com/grammar/


Syntax Wu Heping MA Program in Linguistics and Language Teaching

Prepositional Phrase The substitution test confirms that PP is a unit since it can be replaced by a single word like there. The team practiced in the park, and Lisa practised there, too. *The team practiced in the park, and Lisa practised there the park, too. © BTexact Technologies 2001 Syntax: Lexical Categories Adjectjective (A): describe things that nouns refer to In English can be used in/


Module on Prepositions In, On, At and From DRA. JEAN RODRIGUEZ PAZO Subject: Basic English Area: Grammar Interamerican University Guayama Campus Proyecto.

PAZO Subject: Basic English Area: Grammar Interamerican University Guayama Campus Proyecto Titulo V Cooperativo Improving Academic Outcomes Through a Technology-Based Consortium Program for the Core Curriculum Objective Through the study of this module on the prepositions: at, on, in, and from, the students will be able to: recognize prepositions in context correctly. identify relationship among other words in sentences through the use of prepositions. understand the uses/


ENGLISH GRAMMAR قواعد اللغــــــــــة الإنجليزية

is sitting among the students. عودة إلى القائمة الرئيسية التالي السابق عودة إلى القائمة الرئيسية Use of Prepositions استخدام حروف الجر مزيداً من الأمثلة More Examples Prepositions حروف الجر مثال Example في in The medicine is in the bottle. على on The knife is on the table. عند، بالقرب at Someone is at / عودة إلى القائمة الرئيسية عودة إلى القائمة الرئيسية ENGLISH GRAMMAR قواعد اللغــــــــــة الإنجليزية Prepared by: Mulla (2002) Reference: “Grammar For All Levels” by Adnan Naim Edited by: Dr Saif H. Al-/


A Course on Linguistics for Students of English The Goals for this Course To get a scientific view on language; To get a scientific view on language;

important role in the conveyance of meaning in almost every language, esp. in English. ----Intonation plays an important role in the conveyance of meaning in almost every language, esp. in English. a/adj.) dutyfree (N+adj.) Preposition compounds Preposition compounds into (P+P) into (P+P) throughout (P+P) throughout (/ created; “ Economy of memory ” results in grammar simplification; “ Economy of memory ” results in grammar simplification; Regularization of exceptional plural forms provides /


Writing Like an Educated English Speaker Kathryn Minnick Nov. 8, 2013

be devoted to research on the birds’ migratory habits. In addition, the large Beijing-based institute, which employs about 500 senior scientists, has its own museum focused on North Asian waterfowl. 111 Appendix Additional information and examples Articles Prepositions Verb tenses Presentation writing example Letter example 112 Articles: the Maybe the trickiest aspect of English grammar For countable nouns, either “the” or “a” (“an/


Parts of Speech Editing I. Grammar Grammar refers to the relation of words. The rules of grammar reflect patterns of speech and writing of the educated.

patterns of speech and writing of the educated elite. What makes grammar fun is knowing the rules and when to break them. Breaking the rules through ignorance and carelessness produces chaos and a/ clause. Subjective pronouns include I, she and they. Personal Pronouns Objective case is used when the pronoun is the object of a verb or preposition. Only six words in the English language show the objective case. They are: me, him, her, them, us and whom. Personal Pronouns The possessive case includes my and /


Welcome to Presentation Plus! Presentation Plus! Glencoe Writer’s Choice: Grammar and Composition, Grade 9 Copyright © by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

a noun within the title is plural.  Titles –SINGULAR Great Expectations is one of the best-loved novels in English literature. 38 Lesson 4-8 Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the answers. Exercise /an appropriate prepositional phrase in the blank and underline the correct form of the verb in parentheses. 4.Flowers ________________ (adds/add) pleasure to your world. 5.Fragrant roses _______________ (delights/delight) all who behold them. in all hues in summer 80 Grammar Review 8 /


English Language Arts Level 7 #5 Ms. Walker. Today’s Objectives Prefixes that mean “not” Grammar: Parts of Speech – Conjunctions and Prepositions Articles.

the prepositional phrase worksheet. You must have 11 correct answers to show proficiency. Grammar: Parts of Speech Conjunctions Connect Conjunctions are words that connect words, sentences or clauses together. There are two main types of conjunctions: coordinating and subordinating. Break Coordinating Conjunctions Coordinating conjunctions join two items of equal importance. For, and, nor, but, or, yet and so are the coordinating conjunctions in English/


English Support Ms. Manning Periods 1&5 English Support 9 Monday May 19 th 1 hour.

Periods 1&5 English Support 9 Monday May 19 th 1 hour Do Now (10 minutes) Agenda Do Now (10 minutes) Read a book of your choice Lecture (15 minutes) Prepostions – Powerpoint Grammar Practice (3 minutes) Grammar and Language Handbook Prepositions pages 69 and 70. Do Exercise 1 - as many as you can. Reading (25 minutes) Prentice Hall pgs 296-298 “In My Place” reading/


Grammar English 9. Monday, September 15, 2014  Prepositional Phrases  They begin with a preposition and end with a noun or pronoun  They will not be.

Grammar English 9 Monday, September 15, 2014  Prepositional Phrases  They begin with a preposition and end with a noun or pronoun  They will not be the subject or verb of the sentence  Subject  Who or What the sentence is about  Verb  What happens/happened  What is/was Monday, September 15, 2014  Cross out any prepositional/, September 16, 2014  Prepositional Phrases  Sometimes the preposition will have a compound object  Sometimes, there is a compound subject in a sentence.  Example: During/


1. Prepositions What are they good for? 2 3 Put appropriate prepositions or adverbs in the blanks. Suddenly Uncle Henry stood ____. “There’s a cyclone.

. supported by a part of your body 4. in a particular place 5. in a list 6. hitting against sth 7. wearing sth 8. looking at sb/sth […] 14 Oxford Guide to English Grammar Unit 27 Prepositions Introduction to prepositions Prepositions of place Prepositions of time Prepositions with other meanings Idiomatic phrases with prepositions 15 16 at one-dimensional on two-dimensional in three-dimensional 17 Two main criteria of classification/


1 English 1010 Writing Workshop Spring 2013 Meet twice a week M, Th (Sec.1a) Monday 4:10-6:00 (2-116) Thursday 4:10-6:00 (2-221) Austin Casey

an interesting speaker. Grammar Review – N. 6. Objects of prepositions simply follow prepositions I gave my assignment to the professor. Bessie will sing before a large audience. Fall into darkness. The weather in May. Cheese from France/ Claudia. “California Redwoods.” National Geographic 26 Sept. 2012: 45-52 43 Film Title. Director, Producer, or Writer Name (normal English order). Company, Year. Roman Holiday. Dir. William Wyler. Paramount Pictures, 1953. 44 Article from Website Author (last name, first/


Non-Defining Relative Clauses Grammar for Graduate Students Lecture 1 Grammar for Graduate Students Lecture 1 Grammar for Graduate Students Lecture 1 Grammar.

met for the first time today, is cute. Who/whom functions as the object of the verb met. who is common in spoken English whom formal, usually only in written English. (verbally: antiquated) Grammar for Graduate Students :Lecture 1 2 Relative pronouns: object of a preposition That book about the first World War, which I finished last week, was really interesting. object ( which) of non-defining/


Welcome to Easy English. Goals: Try to speak Don’t be shy Don’t think too much about grammar Improve listening Improve vocabulary Improve basic conversation.

Super team The best team Meet your partner! Hello, My name is ________ What is your name? Ask 8 Introduction Questions! Quick Grammar 1 YOU = I Where do YOU come from I come from Petchaboon YOUR = MY What is YOUR major? MY major is Engineering/things Practice! Photo Hunt! With a partner Keep your sheet secret There are ten differences on your partner’s sheet Speak in English only Use prepositionsIn the bottom right hand corner of your picture, there is a man wearing glasses, sitting down next to a plant.”/


1 week to write a cheatsheet must be checked in w/ Tosspon Turn in: Nothing! Keep your drafts (2 copies) Get out your Grammar Study Guide booklets.

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Unit 1 Subjects and Verbs Grammar. Warm-Up Will you pick up some eggs at the store? There were many celebrations throughout Germany after the end of the.

stairs) and (behind the closet) are two (of those huge heavy books) (from English class). KNOW YOUR PREPOSITIONS! Nothing in the parentheses can be subjects or verbs ‘here’ and ‘there’ cannot be subjects b/c they are adverbs Pre-Quiz Review Sue had not gone to school. Learn your grammar. Did those boots fit you? Explanations Sue had not gone to school. “Not” is/


1 SEAMLESS CONNECTIONS LEARNING ENGLISH BETTER. 2 SEAMLESS CONNECTIONS English may be a foreign language, but we cannot deny its importance in today’s.

ENGLISH BETTER 2 SEAMLESS CONNECTIONS English may be a foreign language, but we cannot deny its importance in today’s world. Don’t hesitate – speak confidently and get over your shyness. 3 SEAMLESS CONNECTIONS Day 1 Day 1 4 SEAMLESS CONNECTIONS NOUNS 5 Teaching formal grammar is something of a challenge. It is Teaching formal grammar/2 One Assignment as a final role play 128 SEAMLESS CONNECTIONS PREPOSITIONS PREPOSITIONS 129 SEAMLESS CONNECTIONS Prepositions The book is the desk. -- this statement doesn’t /


NLP 2 주차 강의 Linguistic Essentials (Ch 3). Competence and Performance Innate  Learning, Categorical  Statistical –CFG (Context free grammar) Performance.

.: I was sleeping / I used to sleep (every...)) 35 The Categories: Negation, Degree of Comparison Negation: –even in English: impossible (~ not possible) Cz: every verb, adjective, adverb, some nouns; prefix ne- Degree of Comparison (non-/Prepositions can also be used as particles to create phrasal verbs. Conjunctions and complementizers link two words, phrases or clauses. Syntax or Phrase Structure: A simple context-free grammar S --> NP VP NP --> AT NNS | AT NN | NP PP VP --> VP PP | VBD | VBD NP P --> IN/


Splash Screen UNIT 16 Subject-Verb Agreement. 2 Contents Unit 16 Overview Lesson 16.1: Intervening Prepositional Phrasestervening Pr Phrases Lesson 16.2:

a noun within the title is plural.  Titles –SINGULAR Great Expectations is one of the best-loved novels in English literature. 37 Lesson 4-8 Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the answers. Exercise /an appropriate prepositional phrase in the blank and underline the correct form of the verb in parentheses. 4.Flowers ________________ (adds/add) pleasure to your world. 5.Fragrant roses _______________ (delights/delight) all who behold them. in all hues in summer 79 Grammar Review 8 /


Splash Screen UNIT 12 Phrases. 2 Contents Unit 12 Overview Lesson 12.1: Prepositional Phrasesepositional Lesson 12.2: Appositives and Appositive Phrasesn.

show many of the kinds of phrases covered in this unit. 56 Grammar Review 2 Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display possible answers. Review: Exercise 1 Expanding Sentences with Prepositional Phrases The following sentences describe an imaginary /Mixed Review (cont.) Most of them knew few words of English. 79 Grammar Review Close In small groups, work together to write a paragraph about the most important uses of phrases you have learned in this unit. Explain how you can apply what you have/


Tuning in to grammar in discourse: activities to promote noticing and “grammaring” Sandra Powell TESL Nova Scotia Fall 2015.

"shisutemu" (system). He said this would help protect Japanese culture. (from Breaking News English, June 2013) Grammar-focused cloze of a reading passage  Handout: 3 possible clozes designed to focus attention on preposition usage. Most of these prepositions collocate with the preceding verb or adjective: in other words, you need to know what preposition comes AFTER a particular expression ( be tired of ; pay someone for ; borrowed/


Welcome to Presentation Plus! Presentation Plus! Glencoe Writer’s Choice: Grammar and Composition, Grade 9 Copyright © by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

a noun within the title is plural.  Titles –SINGULAR Great Expectations is one of the best-loved novels in English literature. 38 Lesson 4-8 Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the answers. Exercise /an appropriate prepositional phrase in the blank and underline the correct form of the verb in parentheses. 4.Flowers ________________ (adds/add) pleasure to your world. 5.Fragrant roses _______________ (delights/delight) all who behold them. in all hues in summer 80 Grammar Review 8 /


There is /There are 6th grade 12-13 years We use there is / there are to say that something is present in a particular place. Also students are going.

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1 Reproduced by kind permission of Erik Smitterberg (PhD, Docent), Department of English, Uppsala University A-level Grammar 7: Pronouns II; Prepositions.

) We look forward to Noun subject in the -ing clause: use the common-case form (normal) or the genitive form (formal) We look forward to them visiting us (informal) their visiting us (formal) your sister visiting us (normal) your sisters visiting us (formal) Further Reading Compendium: –Unit 7, Pronouns II; Prepositions and Prepositional Phrases A University Grammar of English (UGE): –Chapter 8, sections 8.6/


SHAHNAZ REZA PAHLEVI, 2201406626 AN ANALYSIS OF STUDENTS DIFFICULTIES IN MASTERING VERB PREPOSITION COMBINATIONS (Case Study of the Senior Students of.

better if the students study more related with the characteristic of verb preposition combinations in order to make them understand. Kata Kunci Referensi Arikunto, S. 2002. Dasar – Dasar Evaluasi Pendidikan. Jakarta: Bumi Aksara. Arikunto, S. 2006. Prosedur Penelitian: Suatu Pendekatan Praktik. Jakarta: Rineka Cipta. Azar, B.S.1989. Understanding and Using English Grammar. New Jersey: Prentice- Hall. Departemen Pendidikan Nasional. 2003. Pendekatan Kontekstual. Jakarta/


Preposition Stranding in British English: ?Up with how much constraints do you have to put? CoGETI Forschungsnetzwerk Constraintbasierte Grammatik: Non-Canonical.

-241 Hawkins, J. A. 2004. Efficiency and Complexity in Grammars. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 9. References Hoffmann, T. 2005. "Variable vs. categorical Effects: Preposition pied piping and stranding in British English relative clauses". Journal of English Linguistics 33,3: 257-297. Hoffmann, T. fc. “’I need data which I can rely on’. Corroborating Empirical Evidence on preposition placement in English relative clauses”. W. Sternefeld et al., eds. Linguistic Evidence/


Verbs Longman Student Grammar of Spoken and Written English Biber; Conrad; Leech (2009, p.102-147) Verbs provide the focal point of the clause. The main.

that occur with idiomatic meanings (e.g. bear in mind, make do, and take time) Grammar Bite E: Primary verbs The three primary verbs – be, have, and do – can serve as both main verbs and auxiliary verbs. They differ, however, in their specific functions. –As copula (a main verb), be is the most common copular verb in English –As an auxiliary verb, be marks progressive/


Topics in English Syntax An Introductory Course

, major parts-of-speech are marked for the HEAD feature 15.04.2017 Lecture notes Topics in English Syntax Levels of description clause phrase syntax grammar word ] morphology clause: has subject and predicate phrase : has head element and dependents word /easily that he became a member of the national team] 15.04.2017 Lecture notes Topics in English Syntax Prepositional Phrases - headed by prepositions, taking complements and modifiers as dependents which are realised as NPs, finite and non-finite clauses/


SEVENTH GRADE ENGLISH BENCHMARK 3

ENGLISH BENCHMARK 3 GRAMMAR, USAGE, AND MECHANICS PASS GUM 3.1.b. Use correct verb tense in writing. Hey, Kai. Yes, I studied for the verb tense test. Huh? Oh… let’s see… the principal parts of a verb are present, past, and past participle. What? No. Get your own hot chocolate. PRESENT PAST Ends in/object adj. dir. obj. 2. Liz gave Gidget and (I, me) new surfboards. subject verb dir.obj. (prepositional phrase ending w/obj. of prep.) 3. Gidget gave a ride to Liz and (I, me, myself). subjects/


GRAMMAR EXERCISES Ms. Amorin English *IMPROVING WRITING SKILLS

WRITING SKILLS Writing structure/ grammar & Prepositions Homonyms Parallelism Fragments Tense #1. Correct the following sentence for sentence structure, spelling, punctuation, grammar, and usage mistakes. Mark struggles in both english and math class so he is gonna stay after school for tutoring. Mark struggles in both english and math class so he is gonna stay after school for tutoring. This weekend I have plans to go #2. Correct/


Grammar refresher for copy editors Knight Summer Institute Pam Nelson July 10, 2006.

no two) THE number or A number If the number is the subject, use a singular verb, regardless of the noun in the prepositional phrase. –The number of voters rises when parties conduct get-out-the-vote drives. If a number is the subject,/. What grammar book addiction looks like Sources The Gregg Reference Manual by William A. Sabin, McGraw- Hill/Irwin, Tenth edition, 2004. Garner’s Modern American Usage by Bryan A. Garner. Oxford University Press, 2003. Sources Paul Brians’ Common Errors in English, www.wsu/


Automated Identification of Preposition Errors Joel Tetreault Educational Testing Service ECOLT October 29, 2010.

discourse modeling Intention Recognition World Knowledge (Vision) Real World Applications of NLP Spelling and Grammar correction/detection – MSWord, e-rater Machine Translation – Google and Bing Translate Opinion Mining/Preposition usage is one of the most difficult aspects of English for non-native speakers – [Dalgish ’85] – 18% of sentences from ESL essays contain a preposition error – Our data: 8-10% of all prepositions in TOEFL essays are used incorrectly Why are prepositions hard to master? Prepositions/


CUZ U AIN’T GOT NO CHOICE. GRAMMAR BOOT CAMP. DIRECTIONS Move through each slide of grammar boot camp sequentially taking notes as needed. Remember, all.

Preposition Prepositional phrase Prepositional phrase Functions Types Interjection Yes. Use an exclamation! PUNCTUATION USAGE GRAMMAR/a particular person, place, thing, or idea. Always capitalized. Examples: New York, English, Abraham Lincoln Common: any noun that does NOT name a particular person, place, /, herself, itself, yourself, themselves, ourselves Relative: relates one part of a sentence to a word in another part of the sentence. Who, whose, whom, which, what, that Indefinite: refers to unnamed/


Unit6 Read the following sentences aloud, paying special attention to strong and weak forms. Strong forms are boldfaced and in red, while weak forms.

advocate Detailed reading e.g.He is a strong advocate of “English only” in class. Synonyms: support: [U] the people who support something supporter: [C]/happen e.g. Our main goal is to enable healthy change and growth. Grammar Consolidation Activities- Word / Phrase comparison3 Group 3 associate with (sb.): to spend/the appropriate complex prepositions listed below. regardless of but for in terms of except for according to in case of Except for ____________ but for ________ In terms of ____________ /


Prepositions and Prepositional Phrases ELACC4L1: Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.

ELACC4L1: Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking. e. Form and use prepositional phrases. Why should we include prepositional phrases in our writing? How do we do this effectively? Copyright © 2005 – 2006 MES-English.com Flying around the cloud Flying over the cloud Flying past the cloud Flying through the cloud Flying under the cloud Walking down the/


-the challenges of English -common errors and their roots -resources Non-native writing errors: some which may persist Lee Sledd, Tacoma Community College,

+ A 3. On the Review ribbon, click on Set Language. Make sure that English is selected as the language. Other Resources: Dictionaries with collocations / example sentences- Collins COBUILD, Oxford, Longman & online Phrasal Verb dictionaries (online) Targeted ESL books (ask ESL faculty!) The Preposition Book, Phrasal Verbs in Use, Grammar Form and Function… Grammar practice websites & glossaries Collaborate with /consult your friendly ESL colleagues ¡¡¡ Y mucho/


English I Honors December 7, 2015 Bell work: Gather materials for Performance Task A – Present a Speech Agenda: Plan, draft, proofread, edit, and practice.

number, deliver your speech Based on your number, deliver your speech When finished, turn in your written draft to me When finished, turn in your written draft to me Grammar Unit Grammar Unit Quotation Marks Quotation Marks Underlining Underlining Prepositions Prepositions Prepositional Phrases Prepositional Phrases HOMS Reading Guide and Test on Mon., 12/14! English I Honors December 11, 2015 Bell work: If needed, gather materials for speech delivery/


Unit6 Read the following sentences aloud, paying special attention to strong and weak forms. Strong forms are boldfaced and in red, while weak forms.

advocate Detailed reading e.g.He is a strong advocate of “English only” in class. Synonyms: support: [U] the people who support something supporter: [C]/happen e.g. Our main goal is to enable healthy change and growth. Grammar Consolidation Activities- Word / Phrase comparison3 Group 3 associate with (sb.): to spend/the appropriate complex prepositions listed below. regardless of but for in terms of except for according to in case of Except for ____________ but for ________ In terms of ____________ /


LATIN GRAMMAR NOTEBOOK Your personal resource to organize all those charts and rules, provided you follow my instructions perfectly.

means or instrument used to accomplish an action – No preposition in Latin but translate with “by: or “with” into English – Vulneratus erat gladio. Ablative Personal Agent: person who does the action of a passive verb –/– Malus peior, peius pessimus – Magnusmaior, maiusmaximus – Parvusminor, minusminimus – Multus *plus/ plures, plura plurimus *neuter substantive Special grammar structures with degree p. 82 The superlative is frequently used with a partitive genitive or genitive of the whole. – Olivia est /


A Mr. Lynch PowerPoint. The English Test The ACT English Test assesses your knowledge of English grammar and writing. On the test, you will have 45 minutes.

the ACT are, in order of decreasing frequency, commas, apostrophes, colons, and semicolons. Basic Grammar and Usage (12 questions) Basic Grammar and Usage questions usually target a single incorrect word that violates the conventional rules of English grammar. These questions frequently/did you sit? TRANSITIVE VERB: Harry gave me the tickets. Call me! Did you take him to the movies? In the second preposition example, two names appear between “for” and “me.” If this confuses you, eliminate “Emily, Sarah, and”/


September 14 (x), September 15 (y) Do Now: Please write your name at the top of the grammar diagnostic and begin quietly completing it. This will be used.

: What is called a “French kiss” in the English speaking world is known as an “English kiss” in France. Today’s Objective and Agenda Students will be able to proofread a sentence by identify errors in grammar and mechanics. Students will be able to /of action. September 28 (x), September 29 (y) Please grab the “Prepositional Phrase” activity. First, read through the front very carefully paying attention to what makes a prepositional phrase. Then, complete the activity on the back. Please be ready to discuss/


The Neural Basis of Thought and Language Week 12 Metaphor and Automatic Reasoning, plus Grammars.

grammar, what is the parse of “Pat ate the kiwi”? 4.How well can CFGs represent English? What are some mechanisms for improvement? 5.What is unification? How do the source domain f-structs get parameterized? In the KARMA system, they are hand-coded. In/went | shop Preposition  to | at need to capture agreement, subcategorization, etc you could make many versions of verbs, nouns, dets  cumbersome Unification Grammar Basic idea: capture these agreement features for each non-terminal in feature structures /


English language A1 Mgr. Yulia Gaponenková. Contact me Name: Julia Gaponenkova Degree: Mgr.

on a bike, on the radio, on television, on the left, on the way INin a taxi, in a boat, in the newspaper, in the sky, in a row, in Oxford Street, in the picture Prepositions of PLACE 2 above - The picture is above the sofa. across - My house / - We went to Europe. under - The blanket is under the bed in a box. underneath - The pen is underneath the box. English language A1 Mgr. Yulia Gaponenková UNIT 5 GRAMMAR Future tenses Simple future Future continuous and other ways of expressing future Present simple/


Grammar by STAAR-light

consequently, furthermore, indeed); SS (v) prepositions and prepositional phrases and their influence on subject-verb /English Language Arts Handbook. Boynton/Cook Publishers. Terban, Marvin. 1993. Checking Your Grammar. Scholastic Inc. Thurman, Susan. 2003. The Only Grammar Book You’ll Ever Need. Avon. MA: Adams Media. Weaver, Constance. 1996. Teaching Grammar in Context. Boynton/Cook Publishers, Inc. Windsor, Lucinda. 2000. Grammar in Story. (2 books). Absey & Co. Woods, Geraldine. 2010. English Grammar/


Unit4.

smoking in restaurants. He doesn’t seem to care about the effect smoking has on him. Consolidation Activities- Grammar8 Vocabulary Grammar Translation Integrated skills Oral activities Writing Listening Practice Insert suitable prepositions in the / that if I really wanted to become fluent in English, I would have to turn my back on all my grammar books. Consolidation Activities- Translation9 Vocabulary Grammar Translation Integrated skills Oral activities Writing Listening 他一直对我很好,现在他贫病交加,我可不能不加理会。/


Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion

I was living in a cave. Before winter break, all of us used to talk _____ we were childhood friends. I would feel really sleepy _____ if I went to school too. Grammar Review: Like vs. As preposition not followed by / Self Assessment Role Sheets & Assessments should be as full and detailed as possible Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion Ms. Oing English 3 Unit 4: Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion Agenda: 2/11/13 “A Wagner Matinee” Clarifying Characterization Reminders Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri/


1 Grammar Introduction What is grammar?. 2 Prescriptive grammar deals with what is correct or incorrect “…[English]…is taught so bloody badly” Prince.

1 Grammar Introduction What is grammar? 2 Prescriptive grammar deals with what is correct or incorrect “…[English]…is taught so bloody badly” Prince Charles, 1989 Descriptive grammar deals with the effect different linguistic choices can have on communication in different contexts 3 Example of a prescriptive grammar rule – a sentence should not end in a preposition 1.This is the house (which) he lives in. 2.This is the house in which/


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