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Identifying things

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article an/ a for singular nouns.
English for specific purposes (anglès técnic)

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Identifying things

  1. 1. Identifying things Student’s book- page 6
  2. 2. What’s this in English? It’s an electronic organizer
  3. 3. What’s this in English? It’s a pen
  4. 4. What’s this in English? It’s a manual
  5. 5. What’s this in English? It’s a mobile phone
  6. 6. What’s this in English? It’s an electronic pass
  7. 7. What’s this in English? It’s a passport
  8. 8. What’s this in English? It’s an English dictionary
  9. 9. What’s this in English? It’s a map
  10. 10. What’s this in English? It’s a pencil
  11. 11. What’s this in English? It’s an umbrella
  12. 12. What’s this in English? It’s a key
  13. 13. What’s this in English? It’s a torch
  14. 14. What’s this in English? It’s an identity card
  15. 15. What’s this in English? It’s an alarm o’clock
  16. 16. What’s this in English? It’s a ticket
  17. 17. What’s this in English? It’s a newspaper
  18. 18. What’s this in English? It’s a battery
  19. 19. We use a / an for singular nouns:  a is for nouns that begin with consonant sounds. a battery  an is for nouns that begin with vowel sounds. an umbrella

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