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Grammar Review Year 6

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  • Definition: A noun is a word that names a person, a place or a thing.

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  • 1. Grammar Review Year 6
  • 2. Nouns are words for: • People: a sister, a friend • Animals: a dog, a horse • Things: a pencil, an apple • Places: London, Örebro
  • 3. You can count most nouns • One (singular) – A banana – An orange • Two or more (plural) – Three bananas – Two boys
  • 4. BEWARE • There are some nouns you can’t count… water meat rice honey milk tea bread cheese juice
  • 5. To make plurals – add s to most nouns • a dog two dogs • a cat three cats • a boy four boys • a girl five girls
  • 6. Add –es to nouns ending in • -o a potato -- two potatoes • -x a fox -- foxes • -s a dress -- three dresses • -sh a toothbrush - two toothbrushes • -ch a watch -- six watches
  • 7. If nouns ends in a consonant + y Change y to i and add –es • A baby – two babies • The lady – the ladies • A dictionary – dictionaries
  • 8. BE CAREFUL!!!!! • A person two people • The child the children • My tooth my teeth • A man five men • My foot my feet
  • 9. Adjectives • Tell you more about nouns: red, small, interesting, dangerous, clever, nice, yellow, big, sad, heavy, happy…
  • 10. Adjectives can go before a noun • It’s a grey cat • There are happy students • It’s a sad elephant
  • 11. Adjectives can go after the verb be noun verb adjective • The mouse is big • Our teacher is nice • The dogs are dirty • The students are hungry
  • 12. Be is to talk about yourself and other people, animals or things: • I am a girl • You are a boy • She is a teacher • We are friends • They are dancers » Source Grammar Lab, Book 1, Kenna Bourke, OUP 2003.