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English grammar 1 powerpoint level 1

  1. 1. LEVEL 1
  2. 2.  Use “A/ AN “ only in front of singular nouns, it has no plural form. Use A if the following word starts with a consonant  A pen, a bag, a dog, a hospital, a hamburger, a university, a unit, a yoghurt Use AN if the following word starts with a vowel or soundless h.  An apple, an elephant, an umbrella, an hour, an heir
  3. 3.  Which article a or an can be put before the following words or phrases? hour, elephant, car, younger brother, son, order, bike, outdoor activity, English CD, animaL A
  4. 4.  Write the correct forms of the indefinite articles into the gaps. Example: We read __ book. Answer: We read a book. 1) There is…………….. new English book on the desk. 2) Shes reading………… old comic. 3) Theyve got………………. idea. 4) He is drinking …………cup of coffee. 5) The girl is ……………pilot. 6) Leipzig has ……………airport. 7) This is ……………expensive bike. 8) Look! Theres ………………bird flying. 9) My father is…………….. honest person. 10) My friend likes to be……………. astronaut.
  5. 5. Singular form + “s” a car……….two carsAdd “es” to sibilants (s,ch,ss,sh,x) a box—two boxes, a wish…two wishes, a kiss.. two kissesNouns ending in “Y” vowel+y…….... Add “s” boy……boys consonant+y…Change to “ies” family..familiesNouns ending in f/feRoof.. Roofs thief… thieves wife……..wivesSome nouns ending in “o” form the plural adding “es”Tomato… tomatoesPotato….. potatoesHero ……. HeroesMosquito… mosquitos/mosquitoes
  6. 6.  Singular Plural a man two men a woman two women a child two children a mouse two mice a tooth two teeth a goose two geese a foot two feet an ox two oxen
  7. 7.  lady piano watermelon lower nose house American woman mouse garage
  8. 8.  ox roof potato party tooth chief photo wife policeman mosquito sandwich
  9. 9.  I am I’m You are you’re He is he’s She is she’s It is it’s We are we’re You are you’re They are they’re
  10. 10.  Negative form I am not I’m not You are not you aren’t He is not he isn’t We are not we aren’t You are not you aren’t They are not they aren’t
  11. 11.  Interrogative form Am I? Are you? Is he?/Is she? Is it? Are we? Are you? Are they? Question and short answer Is he American? No, he isn’t/ Yes, he is. Are they husband and wife? Yes they are./ no they aren’t. Are you English? Yes, I am/ No, I’m not.
  12. 12.  SPAIN POLAND ITALY FRANCE TURKEY RUSSIA CHINA GREECE JAPAN ENGLAND FRANCE IRELAND BRITAIN SCOTLAND ENGLAND BRAZIL CATALONIA AUSTRALIA

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