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SHORT LESSON: Use the indefinite article a with words beginning with a consonant sound. Use the indefinite article an with words beginning with a vowel sound. a cat, a game of golf, a Frenchman an apple, an old man, an umbrella
SHORT LESSON Spell a proper noun with an initial capital letter. A proper noun is a "name" of something, for example Josef, Mary, Russia, China, British Broadcasting Corporation, English. We have written to Mary. Is China in Asia? Do you speak English?
SHORT LESSON: The words there, their and they're are three different words with different meanings. There was nobody at the party. I saw their new car. Do you think they're happy?
SHORT LESSON The words its and it's are two different words with different meanings. it’s = it is its = shows possession The dog has hurt its leg. He says it's two o'clock.
Prepositions of Time - at, in, on We use: at for a PRECISE TIME in for MONTHS, YEARS, CENTURIES and LONG PERIODS on for DAYS and DATES at PRECISE TIME in MONTHS, YEARS, CENTURIES and LONG PERIODS on DAYS and DATES at 3PM in May on Sunday at noon in summer on 17 March at the moment in
DID + base form of the verb Did you went to school today? (false) Did you go to school today? (true) Did you studied English at school ? (false) Did you study English at school ? (true)
PUNCTUATION IS POWERFUL “A woman, without her man, is nothing.” “A woman: without her, man is nothing.” Be mindful of your punctuation marks when writing.
ENGLISH LESSON Since Hi and Hello are clichés, start up a conversation differently. Boy: It’s a nice day today, isn’t it? Girl: Yes it is. Boy: By the way my name is Jack, you are? Girl: My name’s Rose. Nice to meet you. Boy: Nice to meet you too.
Prepositions of Place: at, in, on Generally, we use: at for a POINT in for an ENCLOSED SPACE on for a SURFACE Example: I live on the 7th floor at 21 Oxford Street in London. The shop is at the end of the street. I have a meeting in New York. There was a "no smoking" sign on the wall. Look at these standard expressions: at in on at home/work/schoolat