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English Learning From Mistakes

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  • 1. Learning from mistakes English
  • 2. X * I like listen music
    • I like listen ing to music
    like + -ing form listen to
  • 3. X * She is in holiday
    • She is on holiday
    . On holiday . On the left . On the right . On Monday . On May the first .
  • 4. X * You have twelve years old
    • You are twelve years old
    We don’t say: * You are twelve years We can say: You are twelve or You are twelve years old
  • 5. X * studing
    • studying
    Try - trying Say - saying Enjoy - enjoying Pay - paying
  • 6. Vocabulary - pictures
  • 7. Butterfly
  • 8. cow
  • 9. snake
  • 10. tonight // X * this night
    • We don’t say * this night
    • We always say
    • tonight
  • 11. Questions
    • What
    • How
    • Why
    • Who
    • How much…
    • How many…
    • How long
    • Where
    • When
    • is
    • are
    • do
    • does
    • can
    • Did
    Subject verb … ? Where does she live ?
  • 12. Questions
    • What
    • How
    • Why
    • Who
    • How much…
    • How many…
    • How long
    • Where
    • When
    • is
    • are
    • do
    • does
    • can
    • Did
    Subject verb … ? How many chairs did you buy ?
  • 13. Regular plurals
    • -s
            • book - book s                      
            • apple - apple s  
            • boy - boy s                       
            • door - door s
    We normally make a noun plural by adding ‘ – s ’
  • 14. Regular plurals
    • -ch -sh -s -x + - es
    • match - match es      
    • dish - dish es            
    • bus - bus es    
    • box - box es
    When the noun ends in ch - sh - s - x - z we add ‘ – es ’
  • 15. Regular plurals
    • -o => -es
    • tomato - tomatoes 
    • potato – potatoes
    • -o => -s
    • Piano - pianos     
    • radio-  radios
    For some nouns that end in ‘ – o ’, we add ‘ – es ’
  • 16. Regular plurals
    •   consonant + -y ( baby)
    • ( -y => i ) > -es (bab i es )
    • family - families     
    • fly -  flies
    • baby – babies
    • city - cities
    When the noun ends in a consonant + ‘ y ’, we change the ‘ y ’ into ‘ i ’ and add ‘ –es ’
  • 17. Regular plurals
    • -f or -fe => v + - es
    • wife
    • wolf – wolves / knife - knives
    • knife – knives / thief - thieves
    • wi v es
    When the noun ends in ‘ f ’ or ‘ fe ’, we change the ‘ f ’ into ‘ v ’ and add ‘ - es ’ or ‘ – s ’
  • 18. Irregular plural forms
    • child - children
    • man - men
    • woman - women
    • person - people
    • foot - feet
    • goose - geese
    • mouse - mice
    • tooth - teeth
    • deer - deer
    • sheep - sheep
  • 19. Irregular plural forms
    • child
    • woman
    • foot
    • mouse
    • tooth
    • deer
    • children
    • teeth
    • women
    • deer
    • feet
    • mice
  • 20. to be continued
    • Have a nice day !!!
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