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Cópia de Brainstorm Elements

Business Resources
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Rogers Rocha

on 20 February 2015

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Transcript of Cópia de Brainstorm Elements

TOEFL PREP COURSE
SKILLS AND STRATEGIES
PRONOUNS
SUBJECT: OBJECT:
I ME
YOU YOU
HE, SHE, IT HIM, HER, IT
WE US
YOU YOU
THEY THEM
POSSESSIVES
ADJECTIVES: PRONOUNS:
MY MINE
YOUR YOURS
HIS, HER, ITS HIS, HERS,ITS
OUR OURS
YOUR YOURS
THEIR THEIRS
PARALLEL STRUCTURES
SINGULAR/PLURAL NOUNS
keywords for singular and plural nouns
IRREGULAR PLURALS
Vowel change
: man/men, woman/women, foot/feet, tooth/teeth, goose/geese, mouse/mice.
I need to talk to them.
My cousin was an adolescent when she began to paint.
I brought my books and she brought hers.
(SAME STRUCTURE), (SAME STRUCTURE),
AND
(SAME STRUCTURE)

BUT

OR
My boss is sincere
and
nice.

The papers are on my desk
or
in the drawer.

She held jobs as a typist, a housekeeper,
and
in a restaurant*.



for singular nouns: each, every, single, one, a
for plural nouns: both, two, many, several,various
1. The automotive shop stocked
many
part* for the
various
types of Hondas
2.
Every
receipt must be removed from the cashier's drawer and tallied
PAIRED CONJUNCTIONS
both...and... either...or... neither...nor... not only...but also...

I know
both
where you went
and
what you did.

Either
Mark
or
sue has the book.

The tickets are
neither
in my pocket
nor
in my purse.

He is
not only
an excellent student
but also
an outstanding athlete.
Keywords for countable and uncountable nouns
for countable nouns: many, number, few, fewer
for uncountable nouns: much, amount, little, less
1. The police had
few
opportunities to catch the thief who had committed a large
amount
of crimes*
Add
-en
: child/children, ox/oxen
Same as singular
: deer/deer, fish/fish, salmon/salmon, sheep/sheep, trout/trout
-IS/-ES
: analysis/analyses, axis/axes, crisis/crises, diagnosis/diagnoses, hypothesis/hypotheses, parenthesis/parentheses, synthesis/syntheses, thesis/theses
ends in
-A
: bacterium/bacteria, curriculum/curricula, datum/data, phenomenon/phenomena, criterion/criteria
-US/-I
:aluminus/alumini, bacillus/bacilli, cactus/cacti, fungus/fungi, nucleus/nuclei, radius/radii, stimulus/stimuli, syllabus/syllabi
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