WORKSHEET – UNIT 2
Task 1 - Write 5 examples of each of the following:
（to + Infinitive)
(go + Gerund)
Most soccer players are taller than me.
The green hat is smaller than the yellow hat.
The winter is colder than the summer.
The black shirt is smaller than the red shirt.
Most basketball players are taller than me.
I am in the smallest class in the school.
The house at the end of the street is the nicest.
We live in the biggest house on the block.
My brother is the tallest person in our family.
I am in the tallest basketball team.
Article (3 only)
（definite (the) and indefinite (a, an)）
The dog is cute.
I ate an apple this morning.
I bought a pet for my son.
John and Sally built a fish pond.
Me and you are having fun.
The train was late, and Tom was tired.
We planned this well and we won.
Just as the smell of baking brought back memories, so too did the taste of Lemon.
Task 2 – Identify the parts of speech in the following sentence:
“I usually go swimming with my best friend and his rather unusual girlfriend.”
I - Pronoun
usually - Adverb
go - Verb
swimming - Gerund
with - Preposition
my - possessive adjective
best - Adjective
friend - Noun
and - Conjunction
his - possessive adjective
rather - Adverb
unusual - Adjective
girlfriend - Noun
Task 3 – State the differences between the following, and give an example of each:
Adjectives and adverbs
Adjectives modify nouns: a large room, an easy job. Adverbs modify verbs. Walking slowly, speaking fast.
Nouns and pronouns
The difference between a noun and a pronoun is the difference between calling someone by his actual name and hollering out "You!" in a crowded store. Nouns refer to persons, places or things.
Task 4 – Explain the following parts of speech as you would to a student. An example sentence would help to clarify your explanation:
Conjunction: Is a part of speech that connects two words,
sentences, phrases or clauses together.
"On Friday night we watched TV and a movie."
Gerunds are nouns formed from verbs. Walking, talking, thinking and listening are examples. "Dancing Chacha is very interesting"
A verb is a word that describes an action or a state of being, like wiggle, walk, run, jump, be, do, have, or think. " I will run."
Comparative adjectives –
When we talk about two things, we can "compare" them.
“A1 is bigger than A2.”
A preposition is a word that relates a noun or pronoun to
another word in a sentence.
"The book is on the table."
Superlative adjectives –
Superlative adjectives are used to compare at least 3 things or 3 groups of things. “My brother is the tallest person in our family.”
Task 5 – What do articles do in a sentence? Give examples of your own.
An article is the “topic” in the sentence.
“The dog is cute”
“The cat is angry.”
“I ate an apple this morning. “
“I bought a pet for my son.”
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