Lesson one

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Lesson one

  1. 1. Singular means “one”NOUN + IS + In (a) Canada = a NOUN singular nouna) Canada is a Is = a singular verb country Country = a singular noun
  2. 2. A frequently comes in front of singular nouns. In (b): A comes inb) Mexico is a front of the country singular noun country. A is called “article”
  3. 3. A and an have the same meaning . They are both articles . A is used in front of words that begin withc) A cat is an consonants : b, c, d, f, g, etc. Examples : a bed, a cat, animal a dog, a friend, a girl . An is used in front of words that begin with a, e, i, and o Examples : an animal, an ear, an island, an office.
  4. 4. NOUN + ARE+ NOUN: PLURAL
  5. 5. NOUN + ARE + NOUN Plural means “two, three, or a) Cats are more .” animals cats = a plural noun are = a plural verb animals = a plural noun
  6. 6. b) SINGULAR: a cat ananimal Plural nouns end in –s. A and an are used onlyPULURAL : cats , with singular nouns .animalsc) SINGULAR : a city, a Some singular nounscountry that end in –y have a special plural form :PLURAL : cities,countries they omit –y and add –ies
  7. 7. NOUN AND NOUN+ARE+ NOUN Two nouns connected by and are followed are.d) Canada and china In (d): Canada is aare countries . singular noun . China is singular noun. They are connected by and. Together they aree) Dogs and cats are plural , i, e, “more thananimals. one”

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