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UNIT 61. ONE AND ONES
Transcript of UNIT 61. ONE AND ONES
DO NOT USE ONE/ONES
We do not use one/ones after nouns used as adjectives.
Ones for things
We usually use ones to refer to things rather than people.
* the little ones
UNIT 61. ONE AND ONES
-is used instead of repeating a singular countable noun.
-is used instead of repeating a plural noun.
When it is clear from the context what we are talking about
Will you book the king room for the vocation
Yes, I have just booked
room&one=singular plural noun
Many a book in the library put into service of the students, however, the researcher chooses relevant
repeating a plural noun.
We don't use one/ones instead of an uncountable noun.
I ordered water, he brought hot water (or some)
(not hot one)
can not use
group of things
we are talking about.
Instead we use some.
These are multiple choice tests. Please choose correct ones.
Hey! Tukezban! Do you wanna buy some flowers.
Thank you Mehbali Dayi!
Let's give me some, please.
I wonder whether the students in Ramil teacher's grammar lesson would give some examples about the subject
My car window
was broken, moreover, I haven't repaired
my car window
Although the orange ones are repeated singular noun we do not use one/ones here. Because...
Instead of using one/ones after possessive determiners (my,her) we prefer mine, yours, hers, etc. However,a possessive determiner + one/ones is often heard in informal speech.
I'd prefer eating grass like yours/
Teachers had done their best for the students. I had an interview with these teachers the day before yesterday.
not these ones
Ones is more likely to be used in
to refer to
groups of people
Honest politicians are more straightforward than liar ones.
* your loved ones
* the lucky ones
Where do we LEAVE OUT One/Ones
I have passed so many tests, but the last (one) is absolutely onerous.
After smelling all perfumes, I could not decided which (ones) I am going to buy.
You are the cleverest (one) that I have seen in my life.
Miss Berry is well known student with her behavior. However, she behaves rudely nowadays in public, so this (one) makes all astonished.
We DON’T LEAVE OUT One/Ones
While reading emails you do not have to reply the junk ones.
I have never answered to Mr. Son’s nonsense question, I have just waited for the
After colour adjectives we can often leave out one/ones in answers.
-Which candle are you going to fire?
-Sure, I am going to fire the red (one)
Thanks for the state of being
during the lesson