English Grammar in Use - Cambridge University Press
69 Countable and uncountable 1 70 Countable and uncountable 2 71 Countable nouns with a/an and some 72 A/an and the 73 The 1 74 The 2 (school / the schooletc.) 75 The 3 (children / the children) 76 The 4 (the giraffe/ the telephone/ the pianoetc., the + adjective) 77 Names with and without the 1 78 Names with and without the 2
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Countable noun: a noun that has both singular and plural forms. C usually no plural or U Countable noun which usually has no plural or uncountable noun. I Intransitive verb: a verb that has no object. T Transitive verb: a verb that has an object. U Uncountable noun: noun with no plural form. Cannot be used with 'a', 'an', or 'one'. UK British ...
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The indefinite article is used before singular countable nouns, e.g.,A car, an apple, a table. The definite article is used before singular countable nouns, plural countable nouns and uncountable nouns,e.g., The pen, the milk, the idea. The article ‘an’ is used when the noun to which it is attached begins with a vowel sound (a, e, i, o and u).
countable and uncountable nouns 2 Tick the correct sentences. 1 Would you like a strawberry? R 2 Polish foods is my favourite. 3 Wow! Your mum is wearing beautiful jewelleries! 4 I always play music in the evening. 5 The teacher usually gives us a homework. 6 This is my new English book. 4 Complete with some or any. Jack: Hello, Jack speaking.
from verbs— Examples: use—useful, talk—talkative, please—pleasant from other adjectives— Examples: just—justifiable, red—reddish • Adjectives of quantity refer to the quantity (how much) of something. They are not countable. Some such adjectives are some, much, little, enough. Examples: There is very little sugar in my tea.
For verbs that end in consonant + –y, we remove the –y and add –ies: I study English at school. Dana studies English at school. Bill studys English at school Other verbs like this include: cry, try, fly, carry Special Case #2 For verbs that end in -o, -sh, -s, -ss, -ch, -x, we add -es. They go to English class on Wednesday.
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