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English for beginners, Lesson 13. Homework

  • January 25, 2016
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1) Insert the following adjectives: expensive, important, interesting, incredible, dear, amusing, adorable, next, last, lovely, nice, well-known, noble, obvious. I want to buy this painting; it is so ______! But I can’t afford it. It is too ___. What a ______ boy! His answer is _______, and his reaction is _______. My _____ child, I…

What kind of lessons do you prefer? English for Beginners, Lesson 13

  • January 21, 2016
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Congratulations! We have studied a lot! It’s high time for us to discover the adjectives. I’m including comparative and superlative forms too. The adjective is used to describe things. We ask a question “what kind of…?” to find an adjective in the phrase. The adjective is placed before the noun. It’s a sunny day today!…


  • January 15, 2016
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The grammar of word order is simple, but there is a lot of small nuances. The homework will be easy: I want you to practice the simple and correct answers. Good luck! Check the shortened rules below to reassure that you are doing right. A) The first and the primary rule is 1. Subject +…

World order vs Word order. English for beginners, Lesson 10

  • January 14, 2016
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Yesterday one of my students made a mistake in word order, so today I made a new lesson for everyone about how to observe these rules. A. The first and the primary rule is 1. Subject + 2. Verb + 3. Object 1. Margaret 2. follows 3. the rule of the word order. 1. They 2. speak…

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