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TDC 1 - Class 3

  1. 1. TDC 1Pedagogical GrammarClass 3
  2. 2. Parts of Speech - ReviewIn pairs, list the eight parts of speechwe have talked about, define each andgive an example.Pre-Test 3 – Page 41
  3. 3. Exercises• Nouns - Workbook Page 39 (Exercise 2.25) Page 40 (Exercise 2.27)• Pronouns – Workbook Page 48 (Exercise 2.36)• Adjectives – Workbook Page 49 (Exercise 2.38) Page 50 (Exercise 2.40)• Verbs – Workbook Page 42 (Exercise 2.30) Page 45 (Exercise 2.33)
  4. 4. Exercises• Adverbs – Workbook Page 52 (Exercise 2.44) Page 53 (Exercise 2.45)• Prepositions – Workbook Page 58 (Exercise 2.51)• Conjunctions – Workbook Page 55 (Exercise 2.47) Page 56 (Exercise 2.48)
  5. 5. Parts of Speech - Uses Nouns – Subject / Direct Object / Indirect Object / Subject or Object Complement / Object of Preposition Pronouns – Subject / Direct Object / Indirect Object / Subject or Object Complement / Object of Preposition Adjectives – Modifying Noun or Pronoun/ Subject Complement / Object Complement Verbs – Predicate Adverbs – Modifying Verb/ Modifying Adjective / Modifying Adverb / Modifying Passages Prepositions – Introducing Prepositional Phrases Conjunctions – Coordinating: Joining Words, Phrases or Clauses of Equal Rank / Subordinating: Joining Clauses Interjections – Showing Emotion
  6. 6. Phrases, Clauses and Sentences• A phrase is a group of words (or sometimes a single word) that form a constituent and so function as a single unit in the syntax of a sentence.• A clause is the smallest grammatical unit that can express a complete proposition.• A sentence is a grammatical unit expressing an independent statement , question, request, etc, often preceded and followed in speech by pauses.
  7. 7. Phrases• A phrase is a group of words (or sometimes a single word) that form a constituent and so function as a single unit in the syntax of a sentence.Noun The title of the course thatVerb the beautiful young girl wasAdjective looking for at schoolAdverb yesterday morning wasPreposition Woodland Ecology.
  8. 8. Clauses • A clause is the smallest grammatical unit that can express a complete proposition. INDEPENDENT x DEPENDENTNoun: I don’t know who wrote it.Adjective: She’s the girl who sent him that weird e-mail.Adverb: The package arrived before Mark had the chance to leave.
  9. 9. Sentences • A sentence is a grammatical unit expressing an independent statement , question, request, etc, often preceded and followed in speech by pauses. 4 _____ Washington died before Lincoln1. Simple was born, so these two famous2. Compound citizens never met each other.3. Complex 2 _____ Washington died in 1799, and4. Compound- Lincoln was born in 1809. complex 3 _____ Washington died before Lincoln was born. 1 _____ Washington was the first U.S. president.
  10. 10. Sentences1) A simple sentence... ... has one independent clause.2) A compound sentence... ... contains two independent clauses.3) A complex sentence... ... has one independent clause and at least one dependent clause.4) A compound-complex sentence... ... contains two independent clauses and at least one dependent clause.
  11. 11. HomeworkBook:- Pages 193 – 200 (Self-study) “Adjective Clauses and Reductions”Workbook:- Pages 162 – 165 (Self-study) “Adjctive Clauses and Reductions”
  12. 12. Moodle Week1) Grammar Key 9 3) Graded Exercise• Adjective Clauses and • Parts of Speech Reductions • Verb Tenses • Phrases2) Basic GrammarLabels for SentenceStructure• Subject, Predicate• Verb Transitivity• Objects

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