Grammar Book Full Blast 2
We can use a / an or numbers before them.a chair – seven chairsCountable nouns They only have a singular form and cannot be counted. We cannot use a / an or numbers before them.meat – milk – :
hair, time, weather, money, homework are uncountable any
• in affirmative sentences. There are some books on the desk.There is some milk on the table.
• in questions, when we offer or ask for something politely. Would you like some water?Can I have some milk, please?
• We use some and any with plural countable nouns and with uncountable nouns.We use some:Module
We use the Present Progressive:
. for actions that are happening now, at the moment of speaking. I am cooking now.
Look, listenl, now, at the moment, etc.
. We form the Present Progressiv with the present tense of the verb be and the main verb with the ending -ing.
My dream last night was really strange. I was at home with my cousins. We were in the kltchen and I was really hungry. But there wasn’t any food in the fridge. Suddenly, there was a knock at the door. It was a pizza dellvery person with five pizza boxesl I was very sad
Matt and Bruce are frlends. They live in different citlos so they often send e-maills to each other. Read part of Malt’s e-maill to Bruce and parl or Bruce’s e-maill to Matt.
Talk in pairs. Take turns to ask and answer questions about your plans for the weekend. You can use some of the verbs in the box.
. must to express obligation.
You must go now.
. mustn’t to express prohibition.
You mustn’s talk in class.
NOTE . The verb must (like can) is a modal verb. It has the same form in all persons, in the singular and in the plural. It is followed by a verb without to. The interrogative and negative are formed without do / does or don’t / doesn’t.
|اسم الكتاب||Grammar Book Full Blast 2 - المنهاج السعودي|
|اسم المؤلف||نخبة من المدرسين|
|عدد صفحات الكتاب||44|
|حجم الكتاب||3 ميجا بايت|
|دار النشر||وزارة التربية والتعليم السعودية|
|تاريخ النشر||1443 هـ|
|تصنيف الكتاب||مناهج وحلول دراسية|