DAY 1 An article is a kind of adjective. There are three articles: a, an, the. A and an are indefinite articles because they refer to a noun in general. Use a before a noun that begins with a consonant. Use an before a noun that begins with a vowel. I saw a squirrel and an owl. The is a definite article because it refers to a specific noun. The orange cat is a tabby. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wh60fgYR6xo
DAY 2 This, that, these, and those are demonstrative adjectives. They point out people, places, things, or ideas. This story is exciting. These books are from the library. Demonstrative adjectives can also take the place of nouns. When they do, they become demonstrative pronouns. This is an exciting story. These are library books.
Mechanics and Usage: Using Colons and Semicolons
DAY 2 Use a colon after the salutation in a business letter. To Whom It May Concern: Use a colon to introduce a list of items. We grow four herbs: basil, parsley, mint, and cilantro. Use a semicolon to join together two independent clauses – that is, two clauses that could be sentences on their own. The semicolon takes the place of a comma and a conjunction. Mom is the gardener; Dad is the cook.
DAY 2 1.This herbs have healing properties: those herbs is used for cooking. 2.This is an order for using adjectives; opinion, size, age, coler, material. 3.Those storys were written by student’s these was written by professional writers. 4.This is a longest story I’ve ever writen.