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  1. 1. THE AGREEMENTS ‘Is’ is used for ‘he’ and ‘she’ ‘Am’ is used for ‘I’ only ‘Are is used for ‘they’ and ‘we’ They’re in the Present Tense if you see. ‘Was’ is for ‘is’ when things are in the past “Where’ is for ‘are’ in your mind… let is last Remember to use the rules in the class Use them in your tests, I’m sure you’ll pass. ‘Does’ is used for ‘he’ and ‘she’ ‘Do’ is used for ‘they’ and ‘we’ ‘Did’ is used when it’s in the past In your tests your teacher will ask. ‘Has’ is used for ‘he’ and ‘she’ ‘Have’ is used for ‘your’ and ‘we’ The past of ‘has’ and ‘have’ is ‘had’Failing to remember, your marks will be bad ! Nordin A. Talib
  2. 2. KINDS OF ADJECTIVESNo TYPE FUNCTION EXAMPLE1. Adjective of Quality Answers the question: good, beautiful, What kind of ? happy, big, small, It shows what kind or quality a thing is. etc.2. Adjective of Quantity Shows how much or how many of a thing is all, some, many, few, meant. three, fourth, etc. It answers the question, How many? Or How much? Thus, it indicates number or amount.3. Demonstrative Adjective Points out or shows the person or thing meant. this, that, these, those.4. Possecessive Adjective Shows ownership or possession. It indicates my, your, his, her, that something belongs to someone or their, etc. something.5. Interrogative Adjective Asks a question. which? what? whose?6. Distributive Adjective Shows that the persons or things shown by the each, every, either, noun are taken singly ( one by one ) or in neither, etc. separate lots.

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