By Howard Sargeant
This two-book sequence used to be written particularly for English language newcomers and covers the entire uncomplicated grammar themes for newcomers. includes transparent and concise motives of the principles and illustrates them with quite a few examples. The «Did You Know?» and «Grammar aid» notes upload extra to the knowledge of simple grammar. those books will provide English language novices a transparent knowing of middle grammar talents and support lay a robust beginning for stable English. every one publication contains 150-pages plus of grammar examples and guide.
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Let) us play in the street when it’s dark. (go) swimming every day. (roll) down the hill. (know) a lot about plants and animals.
The class has thirty students. The class are handing in their papers. The band is performing until midnight. The band were arguing among themselves. 54 N o t e s Words that refer to groups of people or animals are called collective nouns. Here are some more examples: crowd crew committee litter herd flock Verbs and Tenses: Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Transitive and Intransitive Verbs ◗ Some verbs have an object. The object of a verb is the person or thing that is affected by the action of the verb.
Dad never 8. The children 9. We’re trying to catch the ball that 10. My teacher 64 64 (begin) to rain. (eat) fish. (let) us play in the street when it’s dark. (go) swimming every day. (roll) down the hill. (know) a lot about plants and animals.
Basic English Grammar: For English Language Learners by Howard Sargeant