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Y. e climate t hl, II! mon K t he sreatest of a ll tragedies. (9) I have corn on my fo~t but it' , less pai nful t han toothache. (10) \\ e haven't hope of ca tch ing t he train now. , cont aining an indeflni te article: (l) The animals wen t in Im o by tu-o. (2) One pound of Once upon a t ime there was /I' little boy who lived in e r ouagc. T h, " oltagt' was ill t bc rountrv and the hoy had Jived there all h is life. T he indefinite article a here introduces a new th ing or person; the definite ar t icle, the denotes a thing or person al ready mentioned .
H e h url his foot . She has changed ht r mind. ll these possessive pronouM, consideri" . lOnal pronoun. ete, (see. p. 1081 possessive pronouns . " 111_ and Ilty are .. rehalc or poen"al. OF AOJ ECTIV J::S a nd pronoun~ i The' , a Jectl\'~ may Chapter E leven (P ro PlOu ,u)', see also C · h apter ) are dealt WI th in Ten. I"TERROGATI VE , D1ST RIB UT I\'E generally fun ct ion also as their they TY PfS ! S OEF l SITE di . E XE RCIS ES 1 (II) F or m t he neea nve 01 t h f II . add ing o r I;ha~gin.
Grff-gl'@r-greytS f;gay _ gaytJ' _ gayesJ. (j) The final consonant letter of th e word is doubled in the case of word s of one syll able' containing one vowel lette r followed by one con~o nan t letter: big - biggtJ' - biggtst; thi n thinlftJ' - th l n n ~sJ . (Bu t. ] 6> filltJ' A fi nal mu te -e disappea rs: ripe -filmt. in t he positive, is sounded ill the comparat ive and superla ti ve: near - nearer _ nee-est . @The sou nd [gJ is added alter rlJl in strOllg - strongel' _ sJI'ongest , and in long and young.
A Comprehensive English Grammar by C. E. Eckersley, J M Eckersley