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  1. 1. Dating, Love and Emotions! Grammar Review: Pronouns http://esl.about.com/od/beginningenglish/ig/Basic- English/Pronouns.htmThere are four types of pronouns: Subject Pronouns, Object Pronouns, PossessivePronouns and Demonstrative Pronouns. Here is a list and explanation showing thedifferent types of pronouns: • Subject Pronouns - I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they function as the subject of a sentence: I live in New York. Do you like playing tennis? He doesnt want to come this evening. She works in London. It wont be easy. We are studying pronouns at the moment. You went to Paris last year, didnt you? They bought a new car last month. • Object Pronouns - me, you, him, her, it, us, you, them serve as the object of a verb. Give me the book. He told you to come tonight. She asked him to help. They visited her when they came to New York. She bought it at the store. He picked us up at the airport. The teacher asked you to finish your homework. I invited them to a party. • Possessive Pronouns - mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, yours, theirs show that something belongs to someone. • That house is mine. This is yours. Im sorry, thats his. Those books are hers. Those students are ours. Look over there, those seats are yours. Theirs will be green. • • Demonstrative Pronouns - this, that, these, those refer to things. this and these refer to something that is near. that and those refer to things that are farther away. This is my house.
  2. 2. That is our car over there. These are my colleagues in this room. Those are beautiful flowers in the next field. P• Possessive adjectives - my, your, his, her, its, our, your, their are often confused with possessive pronouns. The possessive adjective modifies the noun following it in order to show possession. Ill get my books. Is that your car over there? That is his teacher, Mr Jones. I want to go to her store. Its color is red. Can we bring our children? You are welcome to invite your husbands.Songs:Need You Now – Lady Antebellumhttp://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMTQxMjY3NTYw.htmlIf I Ain’t Got You – Alicia Keyshttp://www.tudou.com/programs/view/WPURRv3IpAQ/Love Story – Taylor Swifthttp://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XODM5ODI0Mjg.htmlEvery time – Britney Spearshttp://www.tudou.com/programs/view/fC2V3Ev1P_Y/Over You – Daughtryhttp://www.tudou.com/programs/view/iwXsCQzQ1L8/This I Promise You – ‘N Synchttp://www.tudou.com/programs/view/vdZb6ntSAII/Pride and Prejudice – Moviehttp://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMTYwMTM5NDg4.html
  3. 3. (Trailer Annotation):He’s here!Is he amiable?Is he handsome?He’s single! (I believe so.) *cheersOh my goodness, everybody behave naturally!Narrator: In an era when marrying a rich man was the most a woman could hope for,Elizabeth Bennett was way ahead of her time.“I singled you out as a companion for my future life”“Sir, I cannot accept you”Don’t worry Mr. Collins! (to the father): tell her you insist on marrying him! You’llhave this house! Save your sisters from destitution!Narrator: From Jane Austen, the beloved author of Emma and Sense and Sensibility,That is Mr. Darcy –He looks miserable, poor soul!Miserable he may be, but poor he certainly is not!Do you dance, Mr. Darcy?Not if I can help it.What on earth have you done to poor Mr. Darcy?I have no idea…I do not have the talent of conversing easily with people I’ve never met before…Perhaps you should practiceMay I have the next dance, Miss Elizabeth?….
  4. 4. This fall, focus features presents, the story of a modern woman…Lady Catherine: Mr. Darcy is engaged to my daughter. Do you think this union canbe prevented by a young woman of inferior birth?… who discovered the one person she cannot stand, is the one man she may not beable to resist!Do you expect me to rejoice in the inferiority of your circumstances?From the first moment I met you, your arrogance made me realize that you were thelast man in the world I could ever marry!Do you not think him handsome, ma’am?Yes, I dare say he isHe’s been a fool… but then (again), so have I.We are all fools in love.You’ve bewitched me, body and soul.Make Learning a HabitIts important to be exposed to many different areas every day. However, youshouldnt try to study too many different subjects. These suggestions take a shortlistening and reading as the basis for daily practice. You are trying to learn many newthings, so dont try to learn too much in any one area too quickly!Listen - 10 MinutesThere are a number of beginning level listening selections that you can use on thissite. Books written for children are also a great idea. Here are some suggestions forfree childrens books that you can listen to on your computer:Storynory:(Audio books for Free)Read - 10 MinutesChoose a subject you like to read about and read for fun. You can find beginninglevel reading here on the site. These sites also offer easy English reading selections.
  5. 5. Simple English NewsEasy English TimesImprove your Vocabulary - 5 MinutesTake five minutes to write down all the new words you find in your listening andreading exercises. Keep a notebook, and write in the translation in your nativelanguage.Grammar - 5 - 10 MinutesThink about what you are studying in English class (if you are taking it). Or, if youare studying by yourself, take out your grammar book and find one grammar point toreview. You can also use the beginner grammar resources at this site. Take a quicklook at the grammar and then think about the listening and your reading. Did you hearor read these forms? How were they used?Speaking - 5 MinutesIt is very important to move your mouth and speak! Even if you only speak toyourself. Take five minutes and speak out loud (not silently). Try to quicklysummarize what you listened to and what you read. Can you do it? Of course, itsbetter if you can do this with a friend. Find a friend and study together a few times aweek. You can practice together.Thats it! Approximately thirty minutes a day, every day - or at least four times aweek! If you continue to do this, you will be surprised at how quickly your Englishimproves!Of course, there are many more ways to improve your English. However, make ahabit of doing these simple exercises at least four times a week. When you havequestions come to this site and use the beginning English resources, or use yourgrammar book. Watch a video online, try to use English in every way you can - evenif the language is too difficult.

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