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The passive voice

The passive voice

The passive voice. When do we use the passive voice?. We use the passive voice to say what is done to the subject. In Book 2B, we learnt how to use the passive voice in the simple present and the simple past. We can also use the passive voice with other tenses. The present continuous and

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English Grammar

English Grammar

English Grammar. Tenses -Continuous-. Continuous. Present continuous Past continuous Future continuous Present perfect continuous Past perfect continuous Future perfect continuous. Present continuous.

By Jims
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Distributional clustering of English words

Distributional clustering of English words

Distributional clustering of English words. Authors: Fernando Pereira, Naftali Tishby, Lillian Lee Presenter: Marian Olteanu. Introduction. Method for automatic clustering of words Distribution in particular syntactic contexts Deterministic annealing Find lowest distortion sets of clusters

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Helping Verbs

Helping Verbs

Helping Verbs. Language Arts 7. Helping Verb. Helps the main verb express action or a state of being . A sentence does not have to have a helping verb. Example: I have been feeling sick. Example: She can jump high! Example: We do want the puppy!. Helping Verbs.

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Past Tense Verbs:

Past Tense Verbs:

Past Tense Verbs:. Staying on Top of the System!. (1) REGULAR Infinitive: to WALK Past tense: WALK ED (no helping verb used) Past participle: WALK ED (always with helping verb). (2) IRREGULAR Infinitive: to FLY Past tense: FLEW (no helping verb used)

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Theme 2 Selection 3 “The Fear Place”

Theme 2 Selection 3 “The Fear Place”

Theme 2 Selection 3 “The Fear Place”. Spelling /or/ /ar/ /ar/. Rules : Or (or, oar, ore) Ar (are, air) Ar (ar) . Grammar. Main Verb Most important word that tells what the subject is doing. Helping Verb Comes before the main verb Example LaVonne is climbing the wall.

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Modal Verbs

Modal Verbs

Modal Verbs. Primary 4. must. should. can. will. may. Modal Verbs. They must go out . They go out . They should go out . They may go out . They can go out . They will go out . 他們 必須 外出 。. 他們外出 。. 他們 應該 外出 。. 他們 可能 外出 。. 他們 能夠 外出 。. 他們 將會 外出 。.

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L’infinitif passé

L’infinitif passé

L’infinitif passé. The past infinitive. The Past Infinitive. The French infinitif passé (past infinitive) indicates an action that occurred before the action of the main verb of the sentence, but only when the subject of both verbs is the same. . Formation.

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Interrogative Sentences (Questions)

Interrogative Sentences (Questions)

Interrogative Sentences (Questions). Ed McCorduck English 402--Grammar SUNY Cortland http://mccorduck.cortland.edu. slide 2: two types of interrogative sentences/questions. There are two types of interrogative sentences , a.k.a. questions, in English:. English 402: Grammar.

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Clauses and Sentences

Clauses and Sentences

Clauses and Sentences. Can you spot the clauses and sentences?. What is a sentence?. A sentence is a group of words beginning with a capital letter and ending with a full-stop, exclamation or question mark in written language, containing a main verb. Is this a sentence?

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Present perfect subjunctive

Present perfect subjunctive

Preview Present perfect subjunctive. Present perfect subjunctive. Remember that the subjunctive is used with expressions that convey feelings . Present perfect subjunctive. Me alegra que vengan mis amigos a nuestra fiesta. Temo que mi novia vaya a romper conmigo.

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Comparing English & Arabic A Translator’s Perspective

Comparing English & Arabic A Translator’s Perspective

Comparing English & Arabic A Translator’s Perspective. April 7 th , 2015 Dania A. Salamah Translator’s Club College of Languages & Translation, KSU. Contents. Articles Nouns and adjectives Translating “Be” and other linking verbs Translating “Have” Subject-Verb Agreement Practice

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Adverbs of Frequency

Adverbs of Frequency

Adverbs of Frequency. by Tuğba KAYA . Always Usually Often Sometimes Rarely Hardly ever Never. frequency. frequency. Adverbs of Frequency. Adverbs of Frequency. Adverbs of Frequency answer the question "How often?" or "How frequently?" .

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Modeling Grammaticality

Modeling Grammaticality

Modeling Grammaticality. [mostly a blackboard lecture]. Word trigrams: A good model of English?. Which sentences are grammatical?. names. . all. has. ?. s. . ?. forms. ?. was. his house. . no main verb. same. 600.465 - Intro to NLP - J. Eisner. 2. has. s. has.

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Helping Verbs

Helping Verbs

Helping Verbs. Definition : helps the main verb express action or a state of being. *labeled orange. Examples : - can speak - will learn - should have been fed.

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Main Verbs and Helping Verbs

Main Verbs and Helping Verbs

Main Verbs and Helping Verbs. © Brent Coley 2008 | www.mrcoley.com. In some sentences, the verb is one word . Bill ran to the store. The children drank some milk. The dog barked loudly.

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THE PAST SIMPLE

THE PAST SIMPLE

THE PAST SIMPLE. 1st of ESO D IES Pau Vila 2008. 2 types of verbs. REGULAR IRREGULAR. Regular verbs form. -ed for all persons Play  play ed Work  work ed Stay  stay ed Listen  listen ed. Spelling.

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Correlates between Performance, Prosodic and Phrase Structures in Bangla and Hindi Insights from a Psycholinguistic Expe

Correlates between Performance, Prosodic and Phrase Structures in Bangla and Hindi Insights from a Psycholinguistic Expe

Correlates between Performance, Prosodic and Phrase Structures in Bangla and Hindi Insights from a Psycholinguistic Experiment. Kalika Bali 1 , Monojit Choudhury 1 , Diptesh Chatterjee 2 , Sankalan Prasad 2 , Arpit Maheswari 3 1 Microsoft Research Lab India, 2 IIT Kharagpur, 3 IIT Bombay

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HELPING VERBS

HELPING VERBS

HELPING VERBS. Helping Verb-. Is a verb that comes before the main verb and adds to its meaning. Example: had jumped Had= helping verb, Jumped= main verb. Verb phrases. A main verb and one or more helping verbs form a verb phrase. Examples: He was leading the Romans.

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Lesson 22 Day 3

Lesson 22 Day 3

Lesson 22 Day 3. You will need your textbook, workbook, paper, and pencil. Phonics and Spelling. Part A: paw pad drag draw crab crawl Which words have the /ô/ sound? paw, draw, crawl All three of these words are spelled with the letter combination aw .

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