Basic English Grammar: For English Language Learners - download pdf or read online

By Howard Sargeant

ISBN-10: 1599052032

ISBN-13: 9781599052038

This two-book sequence used to be written in particular for English language beginners and covers all of the easy grammar subject matters for rookies. comprises transparent and concise causes of the foundations and illustrates them with various examples. The «Did You Know?» and «Grammar support» notes upload extra to the certainty of uncomplicated grammar. those books will provide English language rookies a transparent knowing of center grammar talents and support lay a powerful beginning for sturdy English. each one e-book comprises 150-pages plus of grammar examples and guide.

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Turn the television off now. I’ll wait for you in the car. The boys are upstairs and the girls are outside in the street. Using Nouns without Articles ◗ When you are talking about something in general, not a particular thing, use a noun without an article. You can also use plural nouns without an article. Frogs are my favorite animals. Children like playing games. Babies cry a lot. Glasses are things that you wear to correct your eyesight. Birds are animals that can fly. People enjoy watching television.

Who gave you this money? Is there an adult with these children? This cheese tastes funny. ◗ Use that and those to talk about things that are farther away from you. Use that with singular nouns Use those with plural nouns This chair is mine and that chair is yours. I gave my sandwiches to those boys. Those children go to a different school. That animal is making a funny noise. Would you pass me that book, please? Who is that man talking to Dad? These shoes are mine and those shoes are yours. These apples look fresh but those apples look rotten.

We (go) to the zoo tomorrow. 2. He (fix) my bike in the garage. 3. I (help) Mom in the kitchen. 4. My sister and I (watch) television in our bedroom. 5. The train 6. They 7. We (leave) in ten minutes. (come) with us to the museum. (paint) some pictures for Aunt Susan. 8. The boys and girls (dance) in the hall. 9. The cat (chase) some birds. (tickle) me. 10. My brother Exercise 9 Complete the following sentences with either 1) the simple present form of the verb, or 2) the present progressive form of the verb.

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