New PDF release: Basic English Grammar: For English Language Learners: Book 2

By Howard Sargeant

ISBN-10: 1599052032

ISBN-13: 9781599052038

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

This two-book sequence used to be written in particular for English language freshmen and covers all of the uncomplicated grammar issues for newcomers. comprises transparent and concise causes of the foundations and illustrates them with a variety of examples. The do you know? and Grammar aid notes upload extra to the knowledge of simple grammar. those books will provide English language beginners a transparent knowing of middle grammar talents and support lay a powerful beginning for reliable English. each one ebook contains 150-pages plus of grammar examples and guide. academics source courses (32-pages each), on hand on CD. packed with English grammar actions in a reproducible structure, that builds a superior starting place in grammar for English language freshmen. Books even have systematic information that is helping to construct crucial grammar abilities step by step

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There are some very big ships in the harbor today. Exercise 4 Look at the pairs of subjects and verbs below. Then write a sentence using each subject with the simple present form of the verb. Remember that you can also use the simple present tense to talk about the future. Example: Dad goes to work on his bike. subject verb 1. Dad go 2. My brother ride 3. The dog watch 4. The bus leave 5. Tom and Sam buy 6. We eat 7. Aunt Grace come 8. Our neighbor like 9. The boys start 10. My family travel 60 Exercise 5 Complete the following sentences by writing am, is or are in the blank spaces.

In summer, it’s a very hot place. People wear cool clothes and drink cool drinks. There are beautiful sandy beaches where people can rest and look up at the wide blue sky. There are big parks for tourists to visit. Japanese tourists like to sit and watch other people. British tourists take photographs of the strange plants and colorful birds. Exercise 2 The following passage contains a lot of adjectives. Some of the adjectives appear in the wrong order. First underline the wrongly ordered adjectives.

A fountain where we can drink another place as good as the park. 61 Exercise 7 Rewrite the following sentences using contractions. The first one has already been done to help you. 1. It is another sunny day today. It’s another sunny day today. 2. This is my sister. She is five. 3. I am not very interested in sports. 4. She is not my best friend. You are my best friend. 5. Cats are not as noisy as dogs. 6. We are busy doing our homework. 7. She is busy cleaning the car in the garage. 8. Our teacher is not very tall.

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