READING: “ OUR NEW ENGLISH BOOK “
This is my new English book. I have a new English Book. Look at my book. Look at it. Have you a new English book?.
In my class all the pupils have a new English book. We have a new English book. We are learning English. I can read in English. I can speak. I like English. All the pupils like English.
Robert has a book. Mary has a one also. Look at Robert and Mary. They are reading. Robert and Mary are brother and sister. They go to school. Robert is in a school for boys. Mary is in a school for girls.
They are studying English at school. They have an English teacher. They are good pupils.
So:“PERSONAL PRONOUNS “
•1º PERSON I WE
•2º PERSON YOU YOU
•3º PERSON SHE, HE , IT THEY
So: “VERB INFLECTIONS “
• The verbs have inflection to show the gender and the number. In all the persons will be the same, except in the 3º person singular that we must add , “S “, OR “ ES “
•e.g , CONJUGATION : to speak
•in all the persons
•I / YOU / WE / THEY SPEAK
• In 3º person singular
•SHE / HE / IT SPEAKS
SHE / HE / IT COMES
Verbs ending in y
•Some verbs change their spelling when s is added in the third person singular.
•When a verb ends in y immediately preceded by a consonant, the y is changed to ie before the ending s is added. In each of the following examples, the consonant immediately preceding the final y is underlined.
•Bare Infinitive Third Person Singular
–A good cook could cook as much cookies as a good cook who could cook cookies
–I saw a saw that could out saw any other saw I ever saw.
•The sound “ U “ has the long sound “ oo “ , and “ iu “ in the following words. Notice that the “ U “ is preceded by “ r / l / j / ch.
•Rude fruit truth blue rural flute
•Rumor true ruin glue brutal jurist
•Cruel truly frugal rule plural chute
•I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.
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