Adjectives

Lesson 7- Beginner
What is Adjectives?
Adjectives describe or modify nouns. (Os adjetivos descrevem ou modificam substantivos).

Action Verbs

Hello everyone! Action verbs express action and are the most common verbs.   Action verbs need s at the end with third-person, singular subjects. He eats bread. She walks to the station. It floats on the sea. Negative sentences need do not, does not, or did not. I do not eat bread. He does not eat bread. You did not walk to the station. It does not float on the sea. Interrogative sentences begin with do, does, or did. Do you eat bread? Does he eat bread? Does she walk to the station? Did they finish it? Do… Read More

Lesson 5 ‘Be’ Verbs

Hello everyone! A verb shows action or a state of being. I go home. Home is my place to rest. I like the smell of my house. I feel totally relaxed. Home refreshes me. At home, I get ready for a new day. “Be” verbs indicate a state of being. Verbs must match subjects. I am a doctor. He is sleepy. We are here. Negative sentences need ‘not’ after the verb. I am not a doctor. He is not sleepy. We are not there. The verb comes first in interrogative sentences. Am I a doctor? Is he sleepy? Are we there? “Are not” (is not) can be shortened… Read More

Pronouns

Hello everyone! Basic of English Grammar – Beginner Lesson 4 A pronoun takes the place of a noun. Example story: Mary is one of the heads of the ToJi Corporation. Mary works with Mr. James and Mr. James’ son Tom. Mr. James and Mr. James’ son Tom are experts in biochemistry. Mary, Mr. James, and Tom researched and invented a drug for cancer treatment. If the story above is written using pronouns: Mary is one of the heads of the ToJi Corporation. She works with Mr. James and his son Tom. He and his son Tom are experts in biochemistry. They researched… Read More

Possessive Nouns

Hello everyone! Basic of English Grammar – Beginner Lesson 3 Possessive Nouns Possessive nouns are used to indicate ownership. A noun names a person, place, thing, idea, quality or action. A possessive noun shows ownership by adding an apostrophe, an “s” or both. To make a single noun possessive, simply add an apostrophe and an “s.” John’s book Ben’s car Grandma’s mirror When a noun is plural and ends in s, just add an apostrophe (‘). The kids’ toys My parents’ house The teachers’ lounge If two people own one thing, add the apostrophe and s… Read More