The place preposition “between” is used in expressing the location of a particular item. This item has something on both sides of it. For example, I’m sitting between Debbie and Janet. By saying this, you are telling the listeners that Debbie is on one side and Janet is on the other side of you.続きを読む
The place preposition “on” is used to describe something that’s physically touching another object and is usually resting on the object’s topmost surface. For example, it is on the table. By saying this, you’re telling the listener that “it” is physically touching the top of the table, “it” is resting on the table’s top surface.
Another example, the cat is on the roof. By saying this, you’re telling the listener that the cat is outside and resting on top of the roof.続きを読む
The place preposition “in” is used to describe something that’s inside of something else. For example, he is in the house. By saying this, you’re telling the listener that the man, “he,” is surrounded by (in) the house.
Another example, the cat is in the hat. By saying this, you’re telling the listener that the cat is inside the hat.続きを読む
The article “the” is used before any singular or plural uncounted noun with a known identity.
For example, I like the car. By saying this, you’re telling the listener that you’re speaking of a specific car.
Additionally, you could say, I like the car that is automatic. By saying this, you’re telling the listener that you’re speaking about a specific automatic car.
Remember, by adding an ‘s’ to the end of a noun, the noun becomes plural.続きを読む
Here’s a poem by one of our teachers, Zahra, to help you remember how to use the articles “a” and “an”.
AN always stands
in front of a noun,
that has AEIOU
as the vowel sound続きを読む
The articles “a” and “an”
The article “a” is placed before a singular noun that begins with a consonant sound.
For example, a car.
The article “an” is placed before a singular noun that begins with a vowel sound.続きを読む
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Native speakers often use idioms in conversation, and thus being familiar with idioms would allow learners of English to understand conversations in depth.
An idiom is a way of saying something in a more fancy way! An idiom is an expression that cannot be understood from the meanings of its separate words but that has a separate meaning of its own. Confused ? Take the example “It’s raining cats and dogs” – this is an idiom which means it is raining very heavily, and not that cats and dogs are actually falling from the sky!
Idioms are easier to learn and remember if we put them into groups. Let us look at a few examples from one such group that we could call color idioms!
There are many such idioms with colors like yellow, black, green, silver, etc. Search for a few so that you can discuss them with the teachers at Eigooo!
Remember that Nouns are words referring to people, animals, places, things, or ideas.
Every noun has different types.
How can we identify the type of a Noun?
Few types of Nouns are:
Abstract Noun, Collective Noun, etc
Any ideas, emotions, and other “things” you can’t physically see, taste,
hear, smell, or touch is called Abstract Noun.
Any number of people or
things or groups and collections are known as Collective Noun.
- Failure seems to come to those who give up easily.
- He has too much love for photography.
- He received a warning letter for his misbehavior.
- I train the class full of smart people.
- There are 12 face cards in a pack of 52 cards.
- Our team plays best when they are motivated.
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