Grammar

Грамматика английского

Affirmatives Questions Negatives I We You They He She It had + been + V Детальніше
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IF is followed by will in the meaning of 1. whether — not condition I am not sure if I will stay there longer. 2. a) an emphasis on a result in the condition, meaning “indeed”, certainly, well to be done.Детальніше
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Singular Possessive Nouns The possessive case is chiefly used of: people; countries; animals.Детальніше
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The "base word" (the most "significant" word) adds -s/-es a tennis shoe - tennis shoes a woman-doctor - women-doctors an assistant headmaster - assistant headmasters an assistant secretary of state - assistant secretaries of state a doctor of philosДетальніше
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few + countable plural, a very small number of, not enough. a few + countable plural, a small number of, not many but enough. little + uncountable singular, a very small amount of, not enough. a little + uncountable singular, a small amount of, not a lot but enough.Детальніше
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Expressions of time, money and distance usually describe a measurement of the entire quantity which is thought of as a single entity considered together, not separately. Ten dollars is a great deal of money to a child.Ten kilometres is too far to walk.Детальніше
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Subject Predicate (active) Object (whom) Bare Infinitive I We You He She Детальніше
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Many a, more than one + singular verb. Many a day has been passed in leisurely reading.More than one error was discovered in the wording of the document.  When a noun phrase contains more than one and a singular noun, the verb is normally singular.Детальніше
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When majority/minority mean an unspecified number and is not followed by a plural noun more often a singular verb is used: The majority holds no strong views. A small minority indicates it supports the proposal.Детальніше
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Nouns that are Always Singular Examples Names of substances considered generally: bread; cream; gold ; paper; tea; beer; dust; ice; sand; water; cloth; gin; jam; soap; wine; coffee; glass; oil; stone; wood.Детальніше
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Words of Foreign Origin Ending in O Singular Plural albino alto auto archipelago disco dynamo canto casino hairdo halo solo Детальніше
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As well as - not only... but... / in addition to...1. As well as joins two subjects My neighbours, as well as my colleagues, have come to the party. [not only my colleagues but also my neighbours;] Neighbours are more emphasized than colleagues.Детальніше
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Rules Examples After generalizing words or statements all, every, no, anybody, nowhere, everything, whole, etc. except or except for is used.Детальніше
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Consonants + y = ies Vowel+y+s an ally - allies an army - armies a baby - babies a beauty - beauties a berry - berries a cherry - cherries a city - cities a crДетальніше
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Adjectives 1. Adjectives are used before a noun. She has got long hair. 2. Adjectives are used after appear, be, become, get, feel, look, seem, smell, sound, stay, taste, grow, turn as linking verbs. These roses smell nice.Детальніше
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