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Academic Studies - English | Grammatical Gender | Adverb

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    ACADEMIC STUDIES ENGLISH   Support Materials and Exercises for GRAMMAR: PART I Parts of Speech   FALL 1998    PARTS OF SPEECH ACADEMIC ENGLISH ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The following persons have contributed to the development of this learning material: Content and Structure:Curriculum Developer(s)  Leslie Childs.................English Curriculum Content Expert New Brunswick Community College..........Bathurst Project Supervision/Co-ordination: Angela Acott-Smith............Project Co-ordinatorNew Brunswick Community College.......WoodstockKay Curtis...................Literacy Co-ordinatorNew Brunswick Community College.......WoodstockThis document is available full-text on the World Wide Web thanks to the National Adult Literacy Database .   http://www.nald.ca/CLR/search/ The financial support for this learning materials project was provided by the National Literacy Secretariat of  Human Resources Development Canada. Fall 1998  This support module may be used with BAU-ENG 6.5,Parts of Speech, and IAU-ENG 2.1 Parts of Speech. BAU-ENG 6.5 PARTS OF SPEECHOBJECTIVEUpon successful completion of this unit, the learner will be able to 1. identify the eight parts of speech in simple sentences. 2. explain the function of each part of speech.TEACHING POINTSLevelNoun1common and proper3/42singular and plural3/43possessive nouns (with ‘s)3/44used to name people, places, things3/4Pronoun5personal, indefinite, interrogative3/46use to replace nouns3/4Verb7identify verbs and verb phrases (e.g. walk, walks, walked,3/48 is walking, has walked, has been walking, etc .)3/49singular and plural forms of “to be” (present, past, future)3/410singular and plural forms of “to have” (present, past, future)3/411use of basic verb tenses (past, present, future)3/412principal parts of common irregular verbs 3/413uses to express action and state of being3/4Adjective14used to describe nouns and pronouns3/415comparison of adjectives5/616 use of “er” ending to compare two things 5/6 17 use of “est” ending to compare two or more things5/618 use of “more” and “most” with longer adjectives5/619comparison of irregular adjectives e.g. good, better, best5/6  Adverb20used to describe verbs: where, why, when, how, how much3/421usually end in “ly”3/422comparison of adverbs: e.g. quickly, more quickly, most5/6quicklyPreposition23used to show space and time relationship between nouns5/6Conjunction24used to join complete thoughts5/6Interjection25used to express surprise, horror, or other strong emotions3/4Learners should be encouraged to use their own writing as well as traditional exercises toidentify parts of speech.
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