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Support Materials and Exercises for gramer en pdf


Support Materials and Exercises for gramer

the language. For example, some people say “He sure done good!” or “He should
of went to the dance” or “Hunters didn’t shoot a big amount of deer this year.”
While the meaning is very clear, the way it was said (or written) may encourage
others to think that the speaker/writer probably doesn’t have much “schooling” or
else isn’t very good at expressing him/herself. Nouns can be found anywhere in a sentence, and most sentences contain several
nouns. One way to find nouns is to look for the little words a, an, the. The naming
word that comes after them is probably a noun. Sometimes nouns appear without
these little words, but you can usually insert them without changing the meaning of
the sentence. Pronouns refer to and replace nouns (the names of people, places, and
things) that have already been mentioned, or that the speaker/writer assumes are
understood by the listener/reader. For example, “I want you to read this again.”
The words I, you, and this are pronouns. In this sample sentence, it isn’t necessary
to actually see the nouns (writer, reader, and sentence) because the
writer’s/speaker’s meaning is obvious Learning to identify verbs takes lots of practice. Complete Exercises 5, 6, and 7 in Support Materials and Exercises for gramer en pdf
the Practice Exercise Booklet. Find more exercises if necessary and use them until
you feel satisfied that you can accurately pinpoint verbs in most sentences. Imagine that you are in a large meeting room full of people. Your boss tells Support Materials and Exercises for gramer en pdf Support Materials and Exercises for gramer en pdf
you, “Give this piece of paper to the woman”. The only problem is that there are
twenty-three women in the room. To which one should you give the paper? Your
boss might have said “the tall woman”. The word tall is an adjective and somewhat
helpful, as only six of the women are tall. To which tall women should you give the
paper? Perhaps your boss said, “the tall, blond woman with the red dress”. The
words tall and blond are adjectives that help you pick out a specific woman from a
large group. In other words, these adjectives limit the noun woman to one specific

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