Chapter 6 - FEG - AzarGrammar.com

Chapter 6 - FEG - AzarGrammar.com

CONTENTS 6-1 Plural forms of nouns 6-2 Pronunciation of final s/-es 6-3 Subjects, verbs, and objects 6-4 Objects of prepositions 6-5 Prepositions of time 6-6 Word order: place and time 6-7 Subject verb agreement 6-8 Using adjectives to describe nouns 6-9 Using nouns as adjectives 6-10 Personal pronouns: subjects and objects 6-11 Possessive nouns 6-12 Possessive pronouns and adjectives 6-13 Reflexive pronouns 6-14 Singular forms of other: another vs. the other 6-15 Plural forms of other: other(s) vs. the other(s)

6-16 Summary of forms of other 1 6-1 PLURAL FORMS OF NOUNS one potato six potatoes 2 6-1 PLURAL FORMS OF NOUNS

(a) SINGULAR PLURAL one dream one boat one shoe two dreams two boats two shoes most plural nouns add s

3 6-1 PLURAL FORMS OF NOUNS (b) SINGULAR PLURAL one wish one latch one glass one mix

two wishes two latches two glasses two mixes endings: sh, ch, ss, x add es 4 6-1 PLURAL FORMS OF NOUNS (c) SINGULAR PLURAL

one story one party two stories two parties endings: consonant + y y i and add es 5 6-1 PLURAL FORMS OF NOUNS SINGULAR

(d) one boy one ray PLURAL two boys two rays endings: vowel + y add s 6

6-1 PLURAL FORMS OF NOUNS (e) SINGULAR PLURAL one life one elf two lives two elves endings: fe Exceptions: or f

beliefs, chiefs, fe or f ves roofs, cuffs, cliffs 7 6-1 PLURAL FORMS OF NOUNS SINGULAR (f) one potato one piano one zero

PLURAL two potatoes two pianos two zeroes/zeros endings: o sometimes oes sometimes os 8 6-1 PLURAL FORMS OF NOUNS (g)

SINGULAR PLURAL one child one goose one tooth two children two geese two teeth irregular plural forms 9

6-1 PLURAL FORMS OF NOUNS (h) SINGULAR PLURAL one deer one sheep one species two deer two sheep two species

plural form = singular form 10 6-1 PLURAL FORMS OF NOUNS SINGULAR (i) one bacterium one cactus one crisis one phenomenon PLURAL

two bacteria two cacti two crises two phenomena foreign plurals 11 6-1 LETS PRACTICE one goat goats two ______

12 6-1 LETS PRACTICE one ape many apes ____ 13 6-1 LETS PRACTICE one stitch

many stitches ______ 14 6-2 PRONUNCIATION OF FINAL -S/-ES cats = cat/z/ 15 6-2 PRONUNCIATION OF FINAL -S/-ES (a)

eats = eat/s/ taps = tap/s/ bikes = bike/s/ /s/ as in bus voiceless sounds 16 6-2 PRONUNCIATION OF FINAL -S/-ES (a) eats = eat/s/ taps = tap/s/ bikes = bike/s/

/s/ as in bus voiceless sounds examples: /t/, /p/, /k/ 17 6-2 PRONUNCIATION OF FINAL -S/-ES (b) reads jars tolls paws =

= = = read/z/ jar/z/ toll/z/ paw/z/ /z/ as in buzz voiced sounds 18 6-2 PRONUNCIATION OF FINAL -S/-ES

(b) reads jars tolls paws = = = = read/z/ jar/z/ toll/z/ paw/z/

/z/ as in buzz voiced sounds examples: /d/, /r/, /l/, /m/, /b/, all vowel sounds 19 6-2 PRONUNCIATION OF FINAL -S/-ES (c) wishes catches glasses sizes wages judges

= = = = = = wish/z/ catch/z/ glass/z/ size/z/ wage/z/ judge/z/ / z/ adds a syllable s/es pronounced / z/

20 6-2 PRONUNCIATION OF FINAL -S/-ES (c) wishes = wish/z/ catches = catches/ z/ glasses = glass/z/ sizes = size/z/ wages = wage/z/ judges = judge/ z/ /z/ adds a syllable -s/-es pronounced / z/ after sh, ch, s, z, ge / dge sounds

21 6-2 LETS PRACTICE e /s/ cupcakes = cupcake__ a. /s/ b. /z/ c. / z/ 22 6-2 LETS PRACTICE

e / z/ watches = watch___ a. /s/ b. /z/ c. / z/ 23 e 6-2 LETS PRACTICE

e /z/ cars = car__ a. /s/ b. /z/ c. / z/ 24 6-3 SUBJECTS, VERBS, AND OBJECTS The boys are happy.

25 6-3 SUBJECTS, VERBS, AND OBJECTS SUBJECT (a) Birds fly. noun verb A SUBJECT is a noun. (b) Fish swim. noun

verb 26 6-3 SUBJECTS, VERBS, AND OBJECTS VERB (a) Birds fly. noun verb A sentence has SUBJECT and VERB.

(b) Fish swim. noun verb 27 6-3 SUBJECTS, VERBS, AND OBJECTS OBJECT (c) Birds have wings. noun verb

noun The OBJECT of a verb is a noun. (d) Fish have gills. noun verb noun 28 6-3 LETS PRACTICE

Jenna studies Italian. ? SUBJECT ? VERB ? OBJECT 29 6-3 LETS PRACTICE Zebras

have stripes. ? ? ? SUBJECT VERB OBJECT 30

6-3 LETS PRACTICE Horses love apples. ? ? ? SUBJECT VERB

OBJECT 31 6-4 OBJECTS OF PREPOSITIONS He skied down the mountain. 32 6-4 OBJECTS OF PREPOSITIONS (a) Lenny subject

(b) The snow subject wrote verb a book about dolphins. object fell verb prep. on

object prep. object of prep. the trees. object of prep. Prepositional Phrase = PREPOSITION + OBJECT OF A PREPOSITION 33 6-4 LETS PRACTICE

They are wearing hats. subject verb object prep. object of prep. 34 6-4 LETS PRACTICE

They are wearing hats on their heads. subject verb object prep. object of prep. 35 6-4 LETS PRACTICE

The game went into overtime. subject verb object prep. object of prep. 36 6-5 PREPOSITIONS OF TIME

She has a piano lesson at 4:30 on Tuesdays. 37 6-5 PREPOSITIONS OF TIME IN (a) I hope to see you in the future. (b) I like a cup of tea in the morning. in + the past, the present, the future in + the morning, the afternoon, the evening 38

6-5 PREPOSITIONS OF TIME IN (c) We start school in September. (d) My son was born in 1975. (e) We are in the twenty-first century. (f) The leaves are beautiful in the fall. in + a month a year a century a season 39

6-5 PREPOSITIONS OF TIME ON (g) They got married on February 14. (h) Her violin lesson is on Monday. (i) We eat out on Sunday afternoons. on + a date on + a weekday on + a weekday morning(s), afternoon(s), evening(s) 40 6-5 PREPOSITIONS OF TIME AT (j) We usually have lunch at noon.

(k) She has an appointment at 3:15. (l) Im using the computer at the moment. at + noon, night, midnight at + clock time at + present, the moment, the present time 41 6-5 LETS PRACTICE I like to read __ in the evening. A friend gave me a book for my birthday on __ May 3.

in on at 42 6-5 LETS PRACTICE I will graduate __ in 2012. in on at I hope to get a good job __

in the future. I have an interview on __ June 8 __ at 3:00. 43 6-6 WORD ORDER: PLACE AND TIME Laurette moved to Seattle in 2008. 44 6-6 WORD ORDER: PLACE AND TIME

S (a) Alba V went place PLACE TIME to Rome in October. time

Alba went in October to Rome. 45 6-6 WORD ORDER: PLACE AND TIME S V O P T (b) We visited a friend in Caracas in 2006.

S-V-O-P-T = Subject Verb Object Place Time S-V-O-P-T = a basic English sentence structure. 46 6-6 WORD ORDER: PLACE AND TIME TIME S V PLACE

(c) In October, Alba went to Rome. (d) Last week, she went to the park. time expression , sentence 47 6-6 LETS PRACTICE Create a sentence. to went 2006. She

Alaska on July 7, She went to Alaska on July 7, 2006. 48 6-6 LETS PRACTICE Create a sentence. Moscow to we moved Last spring Last spring we moved to Moscow. 49

6-6 LETS PRACTICE Create another sentence. to dance lessons they go Fridays on They go to dance lessons on Fridays. OR On Fridays, they go to dance lessons. 50 6-7 SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT

The history of the pyramids is very interesting. 51 6-7 SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT SINGULAR (a) The earth PLURAL (b)

Dogs SINGULAR spins. verb + -s PLURAL bark. singular subject plural subject

noun + -s singular verb plural verb 52 6-7 SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT SINGULAR SINGULAR (c) Our teacher comes PLURAL from Madrid. PLURAL

(d) Our teacher and her son come from Madrid. subject + and + subject plural verb 53 6-7 SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT (e) The giant pandas in the zoo eat bamboo. (f) That money in my back pocket is for the rent. phrases between subject & verb dont change subject / verb agreement 54

6-7 SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT v s (g) There is a star in the sky. v s (h) There are many stars in the sky. There + be + subject something in a place verb agrees with noun that follows be

55 6-7 SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT (i) Every star is shining. Every stars (j) Everybody/Everyone loves ice cream. Every a singular word Subjects with every a singular verb

56 6-7 SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT (k) People in Honduras speak Spanish. People a plural noun takes a plural verb 57 6-7 LETS PRACTICE

subject ? verb The morning air feels refreshing. correct ? yes ____ yes no 58 6-7 LETS PRACTICE

subject ? verb Everybody like dancing. correct ? yes ____ no no 59

6-7 LETS PRACTICE subject ? verb The students in this class work hard. correct ? yes ____ yes no 60

6-8 USING ADJECTIVES TO DESCRIBE NOUNS The young man is a talented musician. 61 6-8 USING ADJECTIVES TO DESCRIBE NOUNS ADJ NOUN (a) Marcela has a blue car. words that describe nouns

adjectives 62 6-8 USING ADJECTIVES TO DESCRIBE NOUNS (b) The small child is sitting in a large chair. (c) The colorful sunset makes a lovely picture. (d) The baby elephants stay near the adult elephants. adjectives modify nouns 63 6-8 USING ADJECTIVES TO DESCRIBE NOUNS

(e) Elephants are interesting animals. adjectives no plural form Elephants are interestings animals. 64 6-8 USING ADJECTIVES TO DESCRIBE NOUNS (f) Marcela has a blue car. Marcela has a car blue.

(g) Orchids are expensive. (h) Her hair is red. adjectives + nouns main verb + adjectives be 65 6-8 LETS PRACTICE Find the Adjective(s) The playful lions are enjoying the cool weather. 66 6-8 LETS PRACTICE

Find the Adjective(s) The long movie bored my impatient friend. 67 6-8 LETS PRACTICE Find the Adjective(s) Cows are farm animals, but lions are wild animals. 68 6-9 USING NOUNS AS ADJECTIVES I use a computer

mouse. 69 6-9 USING NOUNS AS ADJECTIVES (a) Kids love water slides. 70 6-9 USING NOUNS AS ADJECTIVES (a) Kids love water slides. (b) The night market has fruits and vegetables. 71

6-9 USING NOUNS AS ADJECTIVES (a) Kids love water slides. (b) The night market has fruits and vegetables. (c) waters slides (d) a nights market noun used as adjective singular 72 6-9 LETS PRACTICE Nouns ? He is writing a report about his research.

73 6-9 LETS PRACTICE Nouns He is writing a report about his research. research report. It is a ________ 74 6-9 LETS PRACTICE Nouns ? We use computers in the lab.

75 6-9 LETS PRACTICE Nouns We use computers in the lab. It is a _________ computer lab. 76 6-9 LETS PRACTICE Nouns ? He is a clown in the circus.

77 6-9 LETS PRACTICE Nouns He is a clown in the circus. circus clown. He is a ______ 78 6-10 PERSONAL PRONOUNS: SUBJECTS AND OBJECTS Gina is running

fast. She is late for work. 79 6-10 PERSONAL PRONOUNS: SUBJECTS AND OBJECTS PERSONAL PRONOUNS SUBJECT PRONOUNS: OBJECT PRONOUNS: I we

you he, she, it they me us you him, her, it them (a) Emma is a professor. She has a PhD.

(b) Bill is a kind person. I like him very much. Emma Bill him she 80 6-10 PERSONAL PRONOUNS: SUBJECTS AND OBJECTS PERSONAL PRONOUNS SUBJECT PRONOUNS: OBJECT PRONOUNS: I

we you he, she, it they me us you him, her, it them

(c) Marcela has a new blue car. It is nice. new blue car it 81 6-10 PERSONAL PRONOUNS: SUBJECTS AND OBJECTS PERSONAL PRONOUNS SUBJECT PRONOUNS: OBJECT PRONOUNS: I

we you he, she, it they me us you him, her, it them

S (d) Ahmid and I are teachers. O (e) Mary met Ahmid and me at our school. O of PREP (f) Mary often has lunch with Ahmid and me. pronoun part of subject pronoun part of object subject pronoun object pronoun

82 6-10 PERSONAL PRONOUNS: SUBJECTS AND OBJECTS (d) Ahmid and I are teachers. (e) Mary also works with Ahmid and me. (f) Mary often has lunch withare Ahmid and me. Ahmid and me teachers. with Ahmid

and I. pronoun pronounMary part works of subject subject pronoun part of object object pronoun 83 6-10 PERSONAL PRONOUNS: SUBJECTS AND OBJECTS SINGULAR PRONOUNS: PLURAL PRONOUNS: I

me we us you he, she, it him, her you they them (g) Emma works hard. She is a good teacher. (h) The exams are long. They can be difficult. (i) My husband and I like to travel. We often fly.

plural pronoun singular pronouns plural nouns singular nouns 84 6-10 LETS PRACTICE I me me ?

Do you want to go for a walk with Spot and ___ 85 6-10 LETS PRACTICE I me Waldo and ___ I usually walk him at night. 86 6-10 LETS PRACTICE

they them I bought some peaches at the store. I will serve them ____ for dessert tonight. 87 6-11 POSSESSIVE NOUNS I try to remember my classmates names. 88

6-11 POSSESSIVE NOUNS SINGULAR: (a) Do you know the teacher s name? PLURAL: PLURAL: (b) Do you know the teachers names? (c) Do you know the children s names? SINGULAR (d) the teacher

her cat a woman the teachers name her cats name that womans name (e) Miles Miles/Miless name 89 6-11 POSSESSIVE NOUNS SINGULAR POSSESSIVE NOUN: SINGULAR

noun + apostrophe + -s (d) the teacher the teachers name her cat her cats name a woman that womans name two possibilities (e) Miles Miles/Miles name

90 6-11 POSSESSIVE NOUNS SINGULAR: (a) Do you know the teacher s name? PLURAL: PLURAL: (b) Do you know the teachers names? (c) Do you know the children s names?

PLURAL (f) the workers my friends the workers names my friends names (g) men children mens names the childrens names 91 6-11 POSSESSIVE NOUNS

PLURAL POSSESSIVE NOUN: noun + -s + apostrophe (f) the workers the workers names my friends my friends names PLURAL IRREGULAR PLURAL POSSESSIVE NOUN: noun + apostrophe + -s (g) men mens names

children the childrens names 92 6-11 POSSESSIVE NOUNS COMPARE (h) Camillas here. Camillas = Camilla + is (i) Camillas son is here. Camillas = a possessive 93

6-11 LETS PRACTICE The __________ engineers drawing is almost complete. 1. engineers 2. engineers 94 6-11 LETS PRACTICE 1. engineers 2. engineers Sometimes people work in teams.

The __________ engineers drawing is for a new symphony hall. 95 6-11 LETS PRACTICE 1. engineers 2. engineers A project may require multiple drawings. engineers drawings The __________ are almost complete.

96 6-12 POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS AND ADJECTIVES That suitcase is mine. It is my suitcase. 97 6-12 POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS AND ADJECTIVES The suitcase belongs to me. (a) Its mine. (b) It is my suitcase.

same meaning possessive pronoun possessive adjective 98 6-12 POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS AND ADJECTIVES POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS (c) (d) (e)

(f) (g) (h) (i) (j) I have mine. You have yours. She has hers. He has his. We have ours. You have yours. They have theirs. -------- used alone

POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES I have my suitcase. You have your suitcase. She has her suitcase. He has his suitcase. We have our suitcases. You have your suitcase. They have their suitcases. I have a suitcase. Its handle is broken. used only with a noun 99

6-12 POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS AND ADJECTIVES COMPARE its vs. its: (k) I read a great book. Its title is Moby Dick. its = a possessive adjective (l) Its wonderful to read a good book. its = contraction of it + is 100 6-12 POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS AND ADJECTIVES COMPARE their vs. there vs. theyre

(m) The travelers have their suitcases. possessive adjective (n) The suitcases are over there. sound the same an expression of place (o) Theyre very heavy. they + are 101 6-12 LETS PRACTICE

The elephant is spraying sand on ___ its back with ___ its trunk. ___ Its fun to watch! its its 102 6-12 LETS PRACTICE her there their

their People should cover _____ mouths when they sneeze. 103 6-12 LETS PRACTICE Their boss This team is working on a report. _____ wants it by tomorrow. Theyre ______ working as fast there as possible. They can finish on time if _____ arent any new problems.

1. their 2. there 3. theyre 104 6-13 REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS They can see themselves in the water. 105 6-13 REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS myself

yourself herself himself itself ourselves yourselves themselves (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h)

I can see myself in the water. You saw yourself. She saw herself. He saw himself. It saw itself. We saw ourselves. You saw yourselves. They saw themselves. subject & object are same person 106 6-13 REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS (i) Angela is lonely when she eats out by herself.

(j) Sometimes I enjoy eating by myself. by + reflexive pronoun = alone 107 6-13 REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS (k) Angela usually enjoys herself. enjoy (and other verbs) pinch yourself kill yourself blame yourself reflexive pronoun

be proud of yourself teach yourself help yourself 108 6-13 LETS PRACTICE We all enjoy seeing old pictures of _________. ourselves myself yourself herself itself ourselves 109

6-13 LETS PRACTICE When people talk on cell phones, it can look as if they are talking to __________. themselves myself yourself herself ourselves themselves 110

6-13 LETS PRACTICE If cities had eyes, this one could see ______ itself in the water. myself yourself herself itself ourselves 111 6-14 SINGULAR FORMS OF OTHER: ANOTHER VS. THE OTHER

May I have another piece of pizza? 112 6-14 SINGULAR FORMS OF OTHER: ANOTHER VS. THE OTHER ANOTHER (a) I already ate one cookie, but I want another one. another one more of a group another = an + other

113 6-14 SINGULAR FORMS OF OTHER: ANOTHER VS. THE OTHER THE OTHER (b) Ill eat one cookie. Ill give you the other one. the other last one in a specific group 114 6-14 SINGULAR FORMS OF OTHER: ANOTHER VS. THE OTHER

(c) He ate one cookie. Then he ate another cookie. another one. another. 115 ation ationfor for twe weneed need imation

nimation rt (d) art (d) 6-14 SINGULAR FORMS OF OTHER: ANOTHER VS. THE OTHER (c) He ate one cookie. Then he ate another cookie. another one. another. (d) He ate one cookie. Then he ate

the other cookie. the other one. the other. 116 6-14 SINGULAR FORMS OF OTHER: ANOTHER VS. THE OTHER THE OTHER (c) He ate one cookie. Then he ate another cookie. another one. another.

(d) He ate one cookie. Then he ate the other cookie. the other one. the other. another, the other can be adjectives noun or alone as pronouns 117 6-14 LETS PRACTICE another the other

My TV broke, so I bought _______ another one. 118 6-14 LETS PRACTICE another the other Here are two animals. One is a guinea pig; the _______ other is a mouse. 119

6-14 LETS PRACTICE Here are three animals. One is a guinea pig. ________ Another is an elephant. another the other ________ The other is a dog. 120 6-15 PLURAL FORMS OF OTHER: OTHER(S) VS.

THE OTHER(S) There are other paintings in Marys studio. 121 6-15 PLURAL FORMS OF OTHER: OTHER(S) VS. THE OTHER(S) OTHER(S) There are many paintings in Marys studio. Mary is working on one of them. (a) There are other

paintings on the wall. (adjective) + (noun) (b) There are other ones on the chair. (adjective) + (ones) several more out of a group other + plural noun or ones 122

6-15 PLURAL FORMS OF OTHER: OTHER(S) VS. THE OTHER(S) OTHER(S) (c) There are others on the wall. (pronoun) others = other paintings 123 6-15 PLURAL FORMS OF OTHER: OTHER(S) VS. THE OTHER(S)

THE OTHER(S) There are five paintings on the floor. Ann is going to buy one of them. (d) Lin is going to buy the other paintings. (adjective) + (noun) (e) Lin is going to buy the other ones. (adjective) + (ones) last ones in a group the other + (noun or ones) 124

6-15 PLURAL FORMS OF OTHER: OTHER(S) VS. THE OTHER(S) THE OTHER(S) There are five paintings on the floor. Ann is going to buy one of them. (f) Lin is going to buy the others. (pronoun) the others = other paintings 125 6-15 LETS PRACTICE

other others the other the others One of these fruits is a lemon, other is a pear. and the _______ 126 6-15 LETS PRACTICE other others

the other the others One of these fruits is an orange; ________ the others are both apples. 127 6-15 LETS PRACTICE another other others the other the others I ate one kebab, but Im still hungry.

another one. I want to eat ________ 128 6-16 SUMMARY OF FORMS OF OTHER Another cookie, please. 129 6-16 SUMMARY OF FORMS OF OTHER I think Ill have another cookie.

SINGULAR ADJECTIVE Ill have another too, please. SINGULAR PRONOUN 130 6-16 SUMMARY OF FORMS OF OTHER The chocolate ones are good, but I like the

other cookies better. PLURAL ADJECTIVE Some of the cookies are chocolate; others are vanilla creme. SINGULAR PRONOUN 131 6-16 SUMMARY OF FORMS OF OTHER Ben will eat one cookie

and leave the other cookie for Rachel. SINGULAR ADJECTIVE Ben will eat one and leave the other for Rachel. SINGULAR PRONOUN 132 6-16 SUMMARY OF FORMS OF OTHER

Jill will eat one cookie and leave the other cookies for Ahmed. PLURAL ADJECTIVE other + -s Jill will eat one and leave the others for Ahmed. PLURAL PRONOUN only as a plural pronoun 133

6-16 LETS PRACTICE other the other others the others another One of our friends wants to go to the movies. _________ Another wants to go dancing. _________ The others want to stay home and play video games. 134 6-16 LETS PRACTICE

other the other others the others another Two of the triplets are girls. The other is a boy. _________ 135 6-16 LETS PRACTICE One thing to do for good health is to eat healthy food.

other the other others the others another _______ Another one is to have hobbies. _______ Other things include exercising and sleeping well. A very important one is not to smoke. 136 PHOTO CREDITS Copyright 2008 Pearson Education and

its licensors. All rights reserved. Images used under license from: Shutterstock, Inc. Clipart, Inc. 137 137

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