• Adjectives
    mines are dark and dank Adjectives’ most common endings are: THREE GENERAL TYPES OF ADJECTIVES 1. Descriptive – a hot coffee, the new handkerchief 2. Limiting – second honor, last performance 3. Proper – an Indonesian, a Vietnamese CLASSIFICATIONS OF ADJECTIVES Possessive Adjectives A...
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  • Stylistic Potential of the English Noun
    gender (2.1) (Here we distinguish two groups: (1)A neuter noun used as feminine; (2)A neuter noun used as masculine, explaining the purpose of changing the gender); Examples regarding the category of number (2.2) (In this paragraph we consider some cases when proper, abstract, material nouns are...
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  • hahab
    apostrophe (’) is used to form a possessive noun. an apostrophe 1. To form the possessive form of singular nouns, add an apostrophe and an s. the symphonies of Beethoven: Beethoven’s symphonies the apron of the waitress: waitress’s apron 2. Here’s where it gets tricky… To form the possessive...
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  • Reading, Writing, Grammar
    the first or last paragraph to ensure readers easily find the definition of the essay. For example, writers can write (...mean..., is..., for the detail) to inform or signal about the definition to avoid blurriness for the readers. References: Anonymous. (No date).Answers[online].Available:http...
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  • Module
    oldest son’s car the men’s department 4. Sue’s, men’s 8 the buses’ schedule the coyote’s barking the cats’ paws two weeks’ pay Exercise 22: Possessive Nouns 1. Bob’s uncle lives near Sharon’s farm. 2. Charles’ company owed him two days’ pay. 3. Martha’s sister was worried about her son’s...
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  • English
    the most common types of adjectives. 1. Descriptive words i EXAMPLES I own a blue suit. That is an ugly wound. SECTION 2 Modifiers 27 2. Possessive nouns and pronouns i i i i EXAMPLE I parked my motorcycle next to John’s car. 3. Limiting words and numbers...
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  • English Iv
    adjectives, are highlighted in this blue. Some people would argue that words that are part of a name — like "East India Tea House — are not really adjectival and that possessive nouns — father's, farmer's — are not technically adjectives, but we've included them in our analysis of Wolfe's text. He...
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  • Basic Grammer
    Topic Nouns Pronouns Verbs Adjectives and Adverbs Prepositions Conjunctions Phrases Clauses Sentences Punctuation Capitalization Spelling Research Process Planning Process Draft Writing Process Editing Process Proofing Process Compound nouns Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 6 7 8 11 12 14 15 17 17 21 One...
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  • Book of English
    una lista con 20 ocupaciones, usa tu diccionario.) 1. 10. 19. 2. 11. 20. 3. 12. 4. 13. 5. 14. 6. 15. 7. 16. 8. 17. 9. 18. Read the names and occupations. Then write about each person. Write affirmative and negative statements. Nora Singer Lee los...
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  • English Grammer
    an important exception to Rule 2-29. Some of the most common nouns in English are many centuries old, adopted before the added s became the standard method of forming plurals. These so-called irregular plurals that don't end in s form the possessive in the same way singular words do, by adding an...
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  • Salam
    more often when many different nouns are being talked about in the same paragraph, especially when writers are describing interaction between characters or objects…e.g., He swore to her he would never deceive her again even though she was the one who had first lied to him about it after he told her...
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  • How to Write Well
    kindergarten, kids are starting to worry about whether or not they will get into a good college. And having the right friends is just as important as getting good grades or doing well at sports. Parents really need to relax and stop creating so much stress on their kids. Your Evaluation of Paragraph 2...
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  • A Lesson Before Dying
    Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Unit 2 Nouns 2.7 Nouns: Proper and Common ......................61 2.8 Nouns: Concrete and Abstract ...................63 2.9 Nouns: Compounds, Plurals, and Possessives ...........................................65 2.10 Nouns: Collective...
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  • 501 Grammar and Writing Question
    . 355. a. b. c. d. 1, 2, 3 2, 1, 3 2, 3, 1 3, 1, 2 64 – PARAGRAPH DEVELOPMENT – SET 32 (Answers begin on page 121.) Answer questions 356–358 on the basis of the following passage. (1) Greyhound racing is the sixth most popular spectator sport in the United States. (2) Over the last...
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  • English
    paper © Copyrights Virtual University of Pakistan 18 ENG001 - Elementary English • • Paragraph structure Strong introduction and conclusion VU PROOFREADING: Ask yourself about the three sensitive areas: Content, format and mechanics: A. CONTENT: Did i: 1. Stick to my point? 2. Use good...
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  • Mci Basic Grammer
    Sergeant Smith about Private Mason. (Private Mason is a noun in third person.) MCI Course 8011B 1-9 Study Unit 1, Lesson 1 Case Definition The last characteristic of nouns is case. Case describes whether a noun is functioning as • • • Subjective Objective Possessive Subjective...
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  • Cobuild
    Glasgow University and then I went down to London to work for a psychiatrist. I worked in Woolworths at Christmas one year. See paragraphs 1.53 to 1.59 for more information about proper nouns. 1.4 determiners with common nouns determiners with common nouns determiners with common nouns 1.4 If you...
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  • English Grammar
    elements which are identical in thought and function: A. Nouns: 1. Nouns David prefers apples to cherries. Susan and Linda love shopping. 2. Gerunds Swimming and jogging are sports. Max prefers watching television to listening to the radio. 3...
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  • Gustavo
    , apply Rule 2, according to which you must add the suffix oz to form the plural of a noun. Among the incorrect choices, response A incorrectly applies Rule 2 and adds the suffix oz to the infinitive lexker; response B incorrectly applies Rule 12 and adds the possessive suffix ae to the noun lexlek...
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  • Ace the Toefl
    verb (LV; a be verb) = mine, hers, theirs, ours Syntactic Positioning: 1. Before the subject 2. Before the object The possessive pronouns in classes 1 and 2 must have a noun after them, except for his and its. 3. The possessive pronouns in this class must come after an LV. We TOEFL...
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