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5. READING SKILLSHOPPING READING FOR LEISUREPhotos used from Onguardonline and itsheytreena
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9. VERBS ACTIONTYPE SPELL CONDITIONBLOOM PARK STATE OF BEING GET GRANT
10. MAIN VERBS: INDICATE TENSE• He usually sings in this pub. Base Form:• She talked to me last night. Sing• I have been quitted Talk smoking. Quite• Right now, my dad is Play playing pool with his business partners.
11. HELPING VERBS: SIGNIFY TIME • They are talking eachbe, am, is, are other just now.was, were • You was working whenbeing, been he came here.have, has, haddo, does, did • He has been fired twice in a year. • They do not change the design.
12. MODALS: EXPRESS AN ATTITUDE TOWARD THE ACTION/CIRCUMSTANCECanCould • You shall do your homework.May • The state ought to repair theMight bridges.Ought to • It might rain this afternoon.Shall • Would you please be quite?Should • I can drive if you like.WillWouldMust
13. TRY THIS CHALLENGEUnderline the main verbs, and circle the helping verbs! • An increasing number of Americans, both men and women, undergo cosmetic surgery for aesthetic rather than medical reasons. • Do you think that you need to improve your physical appearance? • For a lean, flat abdomen, a cosmetic surgeon may suggest both abdominoplasty and liposuction.
14. CHECK YOUR ANSWERUnderline the main verbs, and circle the helping verbs! • An increasing number of Americans, both men and women, undergo cosmetic surgery for aesthetic rather than medical reasons. • Do you think that you need to improve your physical appearance? • For a lean, flat abdomen, a cosmetic surgeon may suggest both abdominoplasty and liposuction.
15. NOUNSProper and common nouns Singular and plural nouns • Abraham Lincoln, Barack • Boy – boys, agency - agencies Obama • The President Collective nounsCount and non count nouns • Team, orchestra • Two books, Three boats • Poetry, advice Possessive nounsConcrete and abstract nouns • Neighbors’ car, my sister’s • Boy, girl house • Handsome, beauty
16. PRONOUNSPersonal Possessive Reflexive &Pronoun Pronouns Intensive PronounsI - Me My/mine MyselfYou - You Your/yours Yourself/yourselvesHe - His His HimselfShe – Her Her/hers HerselfIt - It Its ItselfWe – Us Our/ours OurselvesThey – Them Their/theirs themselves
17. PRONOUNSwho, whom, whose, that, which • Relative pronounsthis, that, these, those • Demonstrative pronounswho, whatever, whom • Interrogative pronounssomeone, anybody, nothing, few • Indefinite pronounseach other, one another • Reciprocal pronouns
18. TRY THIS CHALLENGEUnderline the nouns and circle the pronouns!• Sociologist and intellectual Alain Locke, author of The New Negro, is best known as the New Negro Movement’s founder.• They spoke about the effect of marginality and alienation on themselves and on the shaping of their consciousness as African Americans• Who among the visual artists during the Harlem Renaissance did not use Africa as a source of inspiration?
19. NEXT MEETING: PART OF SPEECH PART IIAdjectives Adverbs Conjunctions Prepositions Interjections
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