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Classwork Series and Exercises {English Language – SS1}: Countable/Uncountable Nouns and Diphthongs

English Language SS1 Week 3 Contents: Structure: Countable and Uncountable Nouns Spoken English: Diphthongs Comprehension A. Countable and Uncountable Nouns In your junior secondary school course, you have learned that there are two types of common noun - countable and uncountable. E.g. table, dog, house are countable nouns while electricity, water, sugar are uncountable nouns. [...]

Nouns/Noun Phrases and Skill Focus: How to study a Text

English Language SS3 First Term Week 2 Contents: Structure: Revision of Nouns and Noun Phrases Skill Focus: How to study a Text Spoken English: Revision /ə/ and /i/ A. Structure: Revision of Nouns and Noun Phrases a. Nouns: Singular and Plural More words belong to the noun class than to any other class. This is because they [...]

English Language {SS2} – Nouns and Common Errors

English Language SS2 Third Term Week  8 Contents: Structure: Nouns - Countable and Uncountable/Concrete and Abstract Skill Focus: How to keep up with your English during the Holidays Common errors Structure: Nouns - Countable and Uncountable/Concrete and Abstract Countable nouns  are nouns that can be counted (e.g. oranges).  So how do we know whether or not a noun is countable [...]

Classwork Exercise and Series (English Language- SS2): Nouns- Countable and Uncountable

Countable nouns  are nouns that can be counted (e.g. oranges).  So how do we know whether or not a noun is countable or uncountable? A countable noun is a noun with both a singular and a plural form. Singular Form Plural Form car cars coin coins broom brooms baby babies man men onion onions stadium stadia [...]