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  • Nouns Grammar 4th Semester Mathla’ul Anwar University, BantenBy ADE SUDIRMAN, S.Pd.
  • Write pronoun!!!
  • Pre-test Put a or an, the or no article in the gaps in this letter. Dear . . . Jo and Ian, This is . . . picture of . . . Hotel we’re staying at. We were lucky enough to get one of . . . rooms overlooking . . . Sea and . . . View is lovely. We had . . . good journey over here and . . . children quite enjoyed . . . Flight. They’ve got . . . lovely room of their own and they think . . . Hotel is great. In general, we’ve all been having . . . Really good time.
  • Answer Dear Jo and Ian, This is a picture of the Hotel we’re staying at. We were lucky enough to get one of the rooms overlooking the sea and the view is lovely. We had a good journey over here and the children quite enjoyed the flight. They’ve got a lovely room of their own and they think the hotel’s great. In general, we’ve all been having a really good time.
  • Nouns 1. Concrete Noun 1. Proper Noun; (Ika, Serang, America) 2. Common Noun; (teacher, book) 3. Material Noun; (gold, oil, paint) 4. Collective noun. (flock, class, committee) 2. Abstract Nouns 1. Derivation (act = action)
  • Countable and Uncountable nouns A. Countable Noun  Singular  Plural Criteria of Countable Noun  Plural form;  Many, several, some;  To be and verb of plural;  Indefinite and definite articles.
  • Countable and Uncountable nouns B. Uncountable Noun  Names of Substances (material, liquids, gases)  Activity and sports;  Names of subjects;  Languages;  Abstract nouns;  Collective nouns; Criteria of Uncountable Noun: Non indefinite article; Singular form only; Much, little; To be and verb of singular.
  • Articles 1. Indefinite article 1. A (before consonant sound, e.g. a university); 2. An (before vowel sound, e.g. an hour). 2. Definite article 1. Specific one; 2. Only one; 3. Particular ; 4. Before collective nouns; 5. Before some adjectives (used without a noun); 6. Before parts of the day; 7. Before names of ships, newspapers, seas, rivers, magazines and some names of musical groups and countries; 8. Before superlatives and ordinals; 9. Before names of musical instruments when we talk about playing them;
  • Articles 3. Zero article 1. With proper nouns; 2. With meals; 3. With schools, hospitals when we talk about going to these places or being in them for their normal use; 4. With by + transport; 5. With next/last. Don’t use an article before plural nouns and singular uncountable nouns when you use them in a general sense. Books are very important to me. have you read the books I brought you last month?
  • Post-test Put a or an, the or no article in the gaps in this latter. Penny got . . . very sunburnt back on . . . first day so she had to wear . . . T-shirt since then, but apart from that everyone’s been fine. Jeremy’s met . . . English boy of about . . . same age and they get on very well. They went into town on their own . . . last night and bought themselves . . . meal. And tonight they want to go out to . . . disco- there are plenty to choose from here.
  • Answer Penny got a very sunburnt back on the first day so she had to wear a T-shirt since then, but apart from that everyone’s been fine. Jeremy’s met an English boy of about the same age and they get on very well. They went into town on their own last night and bought themselves a meal. And tonight they want to go out to a disco- there are plenty to choose from here.
  • Practices: 1a. page 2; 1b. page 3; 2a. page. 7. Instructor, Ade Sudirman, S.Pd. Source: “Grammar Practice for Upper Intermediate Students”
  • The end Thank you