Listen and Say It Right in English: When to Use Formal and by Nina Weinstein

By Nina Weinstein

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Our teacher is an English kind tall man called Mr. Clark. He wears a blue smart suit and glasses with black plastic thick frames. 34 Adjectives: Adjective Endings Adjective Endings Adjectives have many different endings. ◗ Some adjectives end in -ful. These adjectives describe noun or pronouns that are full of something or have a lot of something. a beautiful face a painful injury a careful student a cheerful baby a joyful smile a helpful teacher a powerful machine a wonderful time playful children a skillful player a useful book colorful clothes ◗ Some adjectives end in -ous.

Pronouns: Indefinite Pronouns Indefinite Pronouns ◗ all another any anybody anyone both ◗ each either everybody everyone few many most neither nobody none no one one other several some somebody someone such The pronoun they is considered an indefinite pronoun when it makes an indefinite reference. They produce a lot of coal in your state. Why don't they repair the bad roads? Exercise 1 Read the following passage. Write the missing subject and object pronouns in the blank spaces. My name is Charlie.

M. 4. Mr. Ross drives his car very carefully. 5. The cat jumped over the wall. 6. My sister likes her new jeans. 7. Grandad walks the dog every evening. 8. Will you come with me to the shop? 9. The boys are skating in the park. 10. Dad is making sandwiches. 11. The children went to bed. 12. We buy our food at the supermarket. 13. Sally found a good hiding place. 14. They are learning to speak English. 15. Anna was reading an interesting book. 16. On weekends, I usually go to the beach with Dad.

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