Basic English Grammar: For English Language Learners: Book 2 by Howard Sargeant

By Howard Sargeant

Subject matters comprise: nouns, pronouns, adjectives, definite/indefinite articles, verbs & tenses, prepositions, conjunctions, sentences, talking, punctuation. urged for grades five to 8.

This two-book sequence used to be written particularly for English language newcomers and covers the entire uncomplicated grammar issues for newcomers. comprises transparent and concise causes of the principles and illustrates them with a number of examples. The do you know? and Grammar aid notes upload extra to the certainty of easy grammar. those books will provide English language newbies a transparent figuring out of middle grammar talents and support lay a powerful origin for strong English. each one e-book comprises 150-pages plus of grammar examples and guide. academics source publications (32-pages each), to be had on CD. filled with English grammar actions in a reproducible layout, that builds an excellent starting place in grammar for English language newbies. Books even have systematic tips that is helping to construct crucial grammar talents step by step

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The object of a verb is the person or thing that is affected by the action of the verb. Look at this sentence: Alice eats a banana for breakfast. ▲ ▲ ▲ The subject does the action The verb is the action word The object is affected by the action The subject of the verb is Alice. She is the person who does the action: she eats. The object of the verb is a banana. A banana is affected by the action of the verb. So in this sentence, the object of the verb ‘eat ’ is ‘a banana’. Verbs that have objects are called transitive verbs.

Henry and I went for a walk on the beach. ” I asked. “It looks like broken glass,” said Henry. He gave me a bag. “Put it in ,” he said. I put the broken glass into the bag. “We’d better put in the trash,” I said. He took the bag from me. ” Exercise 5 Write the missing possessive pronouns in the blank spaces to complete the sentences. 1. I chose this seat first so it’s . 2. Can we borrow your coloring pens? We’ve lost . 3. We live in the city and they live in the countryside. Our house is smaller than .

A plastic folder a stone wall a clay pot a paper bag a metal box a glass door a cotton shirt a silk dress a concrete road a jade ring a wooden spoon a porcelain vase Adjectives: The Order of Adjectives ◗ Some adjectives are made from proper nouns of place. These adjectives are called adjectives of origin. a Mexican hat the French flag an American custom a Japanese lady an Indian temple a British police officer a Filipino dress Washington apples a Spanish dance an Italian car The Order of Adjectives ◗ Sometimes several adjectives are used to describe a single noun or pronoun.

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