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UNIT 97. Adjectives: a nice new house, you look tired

A Sometimes we use two or more adjectives together: - My brother lives in a nice new house. - There was a beautiful l...
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UNIT 96. Adjectives Ending in -ing and -ed (boring/bored, etc.)

A There are many adjectives ending in -ing and -ed, for example: boring and bored. ------------------------------ J...
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UNIT 95. -ing and -ed Phrased (the woman talking to Tom, the boy injured in the accident)

A A phrase in a part of a sentences. Some phrases begin with -ing or -ed. For example: ----------------------------...
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UNIT 94. Relative Clauses 5: Extra Information Clauses(2)

A Propositions + whom/which You can use a preposition before whom (for people) and which (for things). So you can say:...
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UNIT 93. Relative Clauses 4: Extra Information Clauses(1)

A There are two types of relative clauses. I these examples, the relative clauses are underlined. Compare: -------...
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UNIT 92. Relative Clauses 3: whose/whom/where

A Whose We use whose in relative clauses instead of his/her/their: ------------------------------ we saw some peop...
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UNIT 91. Relative Clauses 2: Clauses with and without who/that/which

A Look at these example sentences from Unit 90: ------------------------------ - The woman "who" lives next door ...
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UNIT 90. Relative Clauses 1: Clauses with who/that/which

A Look at this example sentences: The woman who lives next door is a doctor. "who lives next door" - relative clause ...
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UNIT 89. Each and every

A Each and every are similar in meaning. Often it is possible to use each or every: - Each time (or Every time) I see ...
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UNIT 88. All, very, and whole

A All and everybody/everyone We do not normally use all to mean everybody/everyone: - Everybody enjoyed the party. (n...
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UNIT 87. Both/both of, neither/neither of, either/either of

A We use both/neither/either for two things. You can use these words with a noun (both books, neither book, etc.). For...
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UNIT 86. All/all of, most/most of, no/none of, etc.

A all some any most much/many little/few no You can use the words in the box with a noun (some food / few books, etc....
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UNIT 85. Much, many, little, few, a lot, plenty

A We use much and little with uncountable nouns: much time much luck little energy little money We use many and few ...
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UNIT 84. No/none/any Nothing/nobody, etc.

A No and none We use no + noun. No = not a or not any: - We had to walk home because there was no bus. (= there wasn'...
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UNIT 83. Some and any

A In general we use some (also somebody/someone/something) in positive sentences and any (also anybody, etc.) in negati...
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UNIT 82. There … and It …

A There and it ------------------------------ A : There's a new restaurant on Main street. B : Yes, I know. I went ...
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UNIT 81. A friend of mine / My own house / By myself

A A friend of mine / a friend of Tom's, etc. We say "a friend of mine/yours/his/hers/ours/theirs": - I'm going to a w...
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UNIT 80. Myself/yourself/themselves, etc.

A Study this example: ------------------------------ Steve : Hi, I'm Steve. Steve introduced himself to the other ...
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UNIT 79. -‘s(your sister’s name) and of … (the name of the book)

A We use -'s (apostrophe + s) mostly for people or animals: - Tom's computer isn't working. (not the computer of Tom) ...
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UNIT 78. Noun + Noun (a tennis ball / a headache, etc.)

A You can use two nouns together (noun + noun) to mean one thing/person/idea, etc. For example: a tennis ball a bank m...
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UNIT 77. Singular and Plural

A Sometimes we use a plural noun for one thing that has two parts. For example: Pants (two legs) also jeans / slacks s...
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UNIT 76. Names with and without the 2

A Names without the We do not use the with names of most city streets / roads / squares / parks, etc. Union Street (n...
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UNIT 75. Names with and without the 1

A We do not use the with names of people (Ann, taylor, etc). In the same way, we do not normally use the with names of ...
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UNIT 74. The 4 (the giraffe / the telephone / the piano, etc.; the + Adjective)

A Study these sentences: ------------------------------ - The giraffe is the tallest of all animals. - The bicycl...
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UNIT 73. The 3 (children / the children)

A When we are talking about things or people in genera, we do not use the: - I'm afraid of dogs. (not the dogs) (do...
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UNIT 72. The 2 (school / the school, etc.)

A Compare school and the school: ------------------------------ Claudia is 10 years old. Every day she goes to scho...
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UNIT 71. The 1

A We use the when there is only one of something: - What is the longest river in the world? (there is only one longest...
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UNIT 70. A/an and the

A Study this example: ------------------------------ John : I had a sandwich and an apple for lunch. The sandwich w...
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UNIT 69. Countable Nouns with a/an and some

A Countable nouns can be singular or plural: a dog a child the evening this party an umbrella dogs some children the e...
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UNIT 68. Countable and Uncountable 2

A Many nouns can be use as countable or uncountable nouns, usually with a difference in meaning. Compare: --------...
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UNIT 67. Countable and Uncountable 1

A A noun can be countable of uncountable: ------------------------------ Countable I eat a banana every day. I l...
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