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NOUN & AGREEMENT - ĐH HOA SEN

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Transcript of NOUN & AGREEMENT - ĐH HOA SEN

KING
NOUN
ANOTHER
THORS' STORY

countable
THOR
(THOR C)
uncountable
LOKI
(LOKI U)
HAWKEYE
HULK
IRON MAN
CAPTAIN
VERB
BLACK WIDOW
NOUN'S VERSON
HADES
Mirror, mirror on the wall,
Who is the most handsome one of all?
You, oh Hades, are handsome, this is true.
But Thor C and Loki U are more handsome now than you.
Fill the blank with a/an/the.
Rewrite the sentences with the word in brackets.

1. All the windows were broken. (every)
2. The money I earn isn't enough to live on. (earnings)
3. Judy bought some binoculars. (pair)
4. I need a new book of cheques. (cheque)
5. The reporter needed some information. (two)
6. I'll have some orange juice, please. (glass)
- Every window was broken.
- My earnings aren't enough to live on.
- Judy bought a pair of binoculars.
- I need a new cheque book.
- The reporter needed two pieces/bits/items of information.
- I'll have a glass of orange juice, please.
1. A: I’m going out for ……walk. Have you seen my shoes?
B: Yes, they’re on….... floor in…….. kitchen.
a
the
the
2. There was also ….. article about pollution in ….. paper.
an
the
3. ….. ozone layer will continue to disappear if we don’t find …. way to stop
it.
The
a
4. A: If you're going into ..... city centre, can you post these letters for me?
B:Yes, I'll take them to ...... main post office.
the
the
5. A: I've had ..... headache. I've had it all day.
B: Why don't you go to .... health centre? It's open until six.
the
a
Complete the sentences. Use or and these words:
in, at
to
bed, church, college, factory, home, hospital, library, prison, work.
1. The weather was awful. We stayed................................................. all weekend.
2. Emma's friend has just had a baby. Emma is going ......................................... to visit her.
3. The man who did the robbery is no longer ............................. He was let out last month.
4.Jessica is a student. She's ................................
5. It's very quiet ........................................ when they've turned all the machines off.
6. I've read these books. I'm taking them back ..................................
7. Vicky's parents are religious. They go .................................. every sunday.
8. Laura doesn't like her job. She just goes .................................. to earn some money.
at home
to the hospital
to church
to work
in prison
to the library
in the factory
at college
Say what these things are:
a tennis racket
a television camera
an alarm clock
a motor cycle
a luggage trolley
Rewrite the sentences, use two nouns together.
1. Have you got any shirts made of cotton?
- Have you got any cotton shirts?
2. Have you got a bag to carry shopping in?
- Have you got a shopping bag?
3. Is there a shop that sells shoes near here?
- Is there a shoe shop near here?
4. I'd like a table in the corner, please.
- I'd like a corner table, please.
5. Do you operate computers?
- Are you a computer operator?
You're the best.
Thank you~
The battle Ships
Water
Countable Noun
Uncountable Noun
- can be singular or plural
- Ex: problems, photos
- is neither singular nor plural
- Ex: grass, music
The policeman is IN THE PRISON to give the prisoner his last meal.
They are IN PRISON.
THE UNIVERSITY
THE HOUSE
- AT HOME
- GO HOME
- COME HOME
- LEAVE HOME
- IN THE HOUSE
- TO THE HOUSE
- IN THE HOME
THE PRISON
DIAMOND PALACE
Some uncountable nouns are related to food.
We can't use a or a number in front of them.
However, we can use these structures:
two cartons of milk
two bottles of milk
some tins of soup
a potato is a separate, individual thing, but potato cannot be counted.
=> Some nouns can be either countable or uncountable.
a kilo of sugar
a piece of bread
a slice of bread
THE SOUVENIR SHOP
THE SPORTS CLUB
In English, we often use Noun before another like these examples.
The first Noun is usually singular, but there are some exceptions.
UNCOUNTABLE NOUN
VERB
After A SINGULAR or AN UNCOUNTABLE NOUN and after HE, SHE, IT, we use
SINGULAR VERB
.
COUNTABLE NOUN
VERB
After A PLURAL NOUN or THEY, and after NOUNS JOINED BY AND, we use
PURAL VERB
.
VERB
AMOUNT
After an AMOUNT of money, a DISTANCE, a WEIGHT or a LENGTH of time, we normally use a
SINGULAR VERB
.
COFFEE is more expensive than tea. ->UNCOUNTABLE NOUN
Ordering/offering drinks: A CUP OF COFFEE/ A COFFEE
THE SUN
When there is ONLY ONE of the things we are talking about, we use
THE
A NICE DAY
THE NICEST DAY EVER
Describing something
We use
THE
with a SUPERLATIVE
THE SHOPPING MALL
JEANS
SCISSORS
GLASSES
BINOCULARS
THE SEA OF YOUTH
MYSTERY BAY
MOUNTAIN DEW
GLORY HILL
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