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(Part of Speech)

BqI4'ttri

hu.1~(Nouns)

hnh7

(Verbs)

Fi?q~(iWd

(Adjectives)

d~nia~itfl~d (Adverbs)

klv~~~(Prepositions)

~tZi::dl&~l~

(Conjunctions)

rn.rrdi~ty

1. d7ilCol~37959104d7bbdZi~d5~bbl~

2.

;nurudolu$7ld

3. MG~~~~'uJJ~I~M~~~uIU~~::TU~

1. 61961851 (Nouns)

lo ~m~unod7 Cut nu L.S hrroq an~uC(~~holi7q

ei~~dd

RU:

boy

girl

driver

doctor

nurse

h1":

ant

dog

hen

horse

zebra

bwm:

table

cup

kettle

pencil

book

RR-IU~:

canal

hills

sea

bay

- peninsula

~a-1856~1:honesty

justice

vice

happiness

beauty

d

nun::tdamt~a~iiuA~u7un~3s~um~~

ve4w.d'

1.1 d.rrwnaoqd-Iu-I~huiud~rfJunn7uds::mnu(ids~mnnnass-pom

d

vw

a

SJ7U7MEIWIN (Common noun)

bbt3::?5~7017~~~7~(Proper noun)

R~UTUUUIU ZD

6~u7undnd73~AU

3

m3d

ii16krl

tw~s~nddiitfhflmdqamDd7~66liuDU

&LdUnjDdl'l

Nouns

$I+&n(il3\+%~uu

huinu7uuu~unh?ii~d~tndi~uod~~bs7::s~bmaid~t~w7::u'ns~htndn'g~nnw

do'n~sh~fin~::I#ii5I~~j(Capital letter) k63~tiN

Common:

man

dog

car

river

Proper:

Tom

Lassie

BMW

Tharnes

1.2 ~96(Number)

d7u7uI~mrr70jn;wi 2 ~9dZEI t~t~~d(Sidgular)

un-wywsd (plural)

G'n80w~blrfiuk~idaqddos::l6~~uudsdu~l&nnol'~~U

0ma$~~dA~u~un~w~~un~w~)::~ddu~~fiww~wsu~mun7s~3I esn l%~kd~u~u

4'

uu uuodid7~u~urqn'1~63ui3Enws1(ildu

chair

-

chairs

park

-

parks

bottle

-

bottles

fox

-

foxes

bush

-

bushes

gas

-

gases

play

-

plays

baby

-

babies

key

-

keys

chief

-

chiefs

dwarf

-

dwarfs

plaintiff

-

plaintiffs

loaf

-

loaves

knife

-

knives

shelf

-

shelves

foat

-

feet

mouse -

mice

tooth

-

teeth

man

-

men

goose

-

geese

hu~uund~~u'd~uu?;dbu~br]uwywsdtdu

d

d

I

deer

,

sheep

,

.

trout

swine

salmon

fish

series

species

~~~i~~iudiau~iuXau"s"

uOitfl14ti)n~~UItd14

athletics

news

politics

mumps

physics

economics

molasses

measles

scissors

proceeds

premises

auspices

cattle

people

police

luggage

goods

riches

'oats

thanks

1.3 fll'l~~~~~?1Ut~~6$72l~P(Forming the Possessives)

a: d

Tmudn~diwius~aaaor~~aiu~~~tQi~~.~~mu~5~" 'S '9 ~~'M~U~IUIU MWI

tdodaiui14uuiuttaz~aiui~u~iutdu

!

the boy's

my sister's

a:

Tom's

ati1d5~mm~~indi~iu~~td~h~ws~n'a~n'iuXau"s" , o&4'a

do

d

tfluBom~izC(aznm~ufiuhu"s"

iit~utm+oanuis" ' " I~M~U"sn 1diaa 6du

the Smiths'car

John Keats' poetry

Ladies' lingerie

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' 1.4 ~$7i(llEIPd7~1~(Functions of Noun)

chuiur~udin'u'maiud16~~~d%~um8i) lhaiunuiu (meaning)

~8::

vdw

rhauinm~ul?ainsd (grammatical structure)

amJszTum kd

~IU~UP:~~in~~udi~~ra'u~di6q.~

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1.4.1 ~SYSIU (Subject)

riikndiaii~~m?~ciadu~m~~67/14

(~UIU~'L~UU~~M~~I~I~""S~II~~UD~~M'

1.4.2

fl33U

Malee is here.

The moon shines brightly.

The play was over.

(Object of I Verb)

;i)

AIU~U~'~ZUURIUM&~~rdI4

Samak won the election.

Sopha received a present.

1.4.3

tl55uYaJ~W¶J?l

(Object of a ~re~osiiion)J dl~701db$U~1~Mi!h

dnywun ~du

,

The poster for the seminar has been finished. The boys are playing in the field.

1.4.4 Complement now

d

TIJ A~U~UVIJ@I&~~~Pzu~~$EI~~ILinking

verb bth

Tharparine is a tennis player.

John has become a millionaire.

4'1RSSWU'IU(Pronoun)

- Tom w9k-Tfei-y excited about the show. He kept talking about it for days.

, -

.

(LLHe"MOJ~U%LL~oi"dau "it"

~017~ik"the show")

Kate is a modal.

("She" ~017~69'LKate")

She earns a lot of money.

hr55~~70~d~?5i~flbb~::i7~dbb~~(form) IMTKREI usuasswu7uq ql

(Personal pronoun)

Subject

Object

Possessive

Adjective

Possessive

Pronoun

wa

1175fl~::01U~d~~~

First Person

Singular

Plural

I

We

me

my

mine

,

US

our

,

st

ours

Second Person

Third Person

Singular/Plural

Singular

Plural

You

He/She/It

They

YOU

him/her/it

them

your

his/her/its

their

yours

his/hers/its

theirs

Exercise 1

Underline the nouns

in

g

sentences and

also explain the

function of each one. (S = Subject' ect; OP = Object of the preposition; CN = Noun / Subject Complement)

Example

John bought an expensive necklace for his wife.

(S

;

0;

,

OP)

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1. Tom immediately dashed into the room.

2. Most Thai people enjoy Songkran Festival.

3. The auctioneer acknowledged my hidden sign.

4. Who broke the glass window?.

5. We can make a cake with flou$milk and an egg.

6. Exercises are not always easy for beginners.

7. Dogs are good friends to men.

8. We make butter and cheese from milk.

2.

9.

We can write on paper or on blackboard.

10.

There is dirt on this

plate.

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Go

1

(Verbs)

riin?~d~~a~du~n"LId~::~iwd~~ai)i)s~~wni~n~::~iam::

Ga

I

I

uam~onutfIu&iao.r ~muhZd~ni)::~uul5~d4J~::aiwidu

The boys are playing now.

They have a hundred baht each. (LLi3~4~21~L.~UI$I~~~J)

(UBflfl75fiS::~l)

i My father is a famous lawyer.

,. L

[

I

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2.1 n751 (Tenses)

d

luniw,lknqa diniudmsnsroiu Tense ~wod~uonr7~1iuo~~~~nisdd

tn'mtu Tense

OLU~~L~U3

nriulw@ dost.rl~nc?nisoiuoGn(past)

9911%

(present)

URIBUlRR

(future)

'd

d'd

~lfl&~ftl.14Il.@la.t~lb~Gi110d~~L?i~a~l3S17~l801

iloyuir w3ooui~mRnsrolutSusdoRm do?& w~aouinmuuuassund~r.rdunil

simple past,

simple present

w30

d

A'

simple future (~UU81~0170d~4aldu

ww

Tense

Past

Present

Future

Examples

'

He stayed here yesterday

1

He stays here.

He will stay here tomorrow.

Notes

#A'S

Y

i~~l~tu~~n~aun'00dni~

\ , M"sodtJ¶d

rw?m.rd&?in~uao::y@

~3aodu

rwqnisiddwr?i~$u

I

uaflolfl Simple Tenses ?I4 3 II~RUE~~UPUTense iU 1 ithuaLiknaoq

d

v

wcrl

"15"sIrilulntu lo

- Perfect Tense

&

I~SI~~I~~~~~I(~~U"MA~~"~B~UU~~"LM~.JI~U

moo~rSuaGa iloguir lisoouiamnlm

d

V

;d~uu2lflqPerfect Tense

8~

have + Ved.

(have + past participle")

Perfect Tense 6~191~'n~lVl~fll~~"10di]~m407l.h

w?ooouinRnlm hflnisns~oiu

d

v

"have" d~.rl~uni~ii~aI~'~~w~~r~~u~io~nis~~dI

Present Perfect

:

has / have + Ved

Past Perfect

:

had + Ved

Future Perfect

:

will have + Ved.

,

1

i

I

- Continuous Tense

/

do w 1

yl?~ progressive tense I8o3uiun75nsrrii?1nia~,

r~m~uslii~iordsuluol~i~ilg~uw~aoui~mnIul

d

w

5I

8

EN 2Q5

Z~UUUUD~Continuous Tense ?ID be + Ving

4'

di~?~Continuous Tense uaioflsznu6tlu tI&

(be + present participle)

+I% auimol

101s

w cY

"15fI53ifl "be" $J~$un'iuidqu1~igu~d~~uu$ol'ailni3milu

Present Continuous :

is /

am / are + Ving

Past Continuous

:

was / were + Ving

Future Continuous

:

will be + Ving

- Perfect Continuous tense 80fll5n~~dLLUUUDJP~~~~~VPerfect f%

- dl

riihuoir id~oz~~duuunqu

Continuous

Present Perfect Continuous

:

has / have been + Ving

Past Perfect Continuous

:

had been + Ving

Future Perfect Continuous

:

will have been + Ving

2.2 ~1~7~aam~~aaa~d~~~~u1tazn5~1(Subject-Verb Agreement)

msduud5zlunlrmi~iC.~nqwAiniuiorJn~5n.rzoiu~d$aam~1a'a.~n'u

d'rl61~&~ JIU"M$~$EI~~Z~I$~~~~["L~U~~Z~~UIILLRIAU~LIJU

b:

r:

ddd

mnWsu' +I?DW~~(P~.[U~I~N(IU~~U~U+I?O~~~WU~U+IR~~~~~~~~LLH~~

fi~nm6h~uun~M'aandiii6+1h#ua~~u~iuza::1=ikd

Examples

a. Either the students or Harry (like, likes) football.

b. Tom and Harry (like, likes) football

c. Tom as well as the students (like, likes) football.

rial# bbeither

Notes

oryyniuioznst~iusliu

dszmudin~uniu-~lud5t:lu~&aHarry

~~~~~u~~~-IwB~~~o~"o.JI#bclikesfl

8

llld'r~~~Rl'I4"Torn" URL. YHarry" i2U

ninfiud.rz~~uiiamumwduwgwod

JZI?U%I~ "like"

1ud5dt~~dik~jid3zinuti~1TO*

&L~U

mw9d LW~TZ~'~IR~U~~$M&as well

as IsiM'er~O~d3z~i~f3~$gu

%

2.3

111fl (Voice)

,

lamsu~s~~~iulvjuB~::~-i~u6in3u~n"ud~::s1u~~nd5:siu~Qui~1

deaa4

~rns::~7uniu7tau3dnssq37qn (Active voice)

niniJs::aiu916Viin3u-1

\ lfuba4 u.'b~ucjgnn5::.rh~rda4n~::~7un~u1b~w~dnssu1n(Passive voice)

- chM?u~duuuaaq passive voice 8a be + V ed

67nim "be7' 0::&4

n5zeiasiuds::mu

66aaoliu tense hds::l'lunuu 7 s4ol9ari.14

&

ww

Examples

a. The teacher punished Tom yesterday.

- Tom was punished yesterday.

b. The teacher will grade the paper

tomorrow.

-

The

will be graded tomorrow.

c. Tom has finished his paper.

- His paper has been finished.

Notes

~~::IuRU:~UPast tense n%i[ud5::l"~

Passive ~.J~~J~S:PIUL$UPast 8a "was

punished "

d5::~~RdduFuture tense fh7h d~::hPassive ~s:'~IuL~!u"will be

graded"

d5du~i%fJ~&sent

I

perfect tense

1~di:lu~ Passive &~<~~I,~EI?%Jla

"has been finished7'

2.4

fl~€IlflQl(Irregular Verb)

~um5n5:~7u~7niu7~~nol'a4ol7un7nbbn::ai~n~7b6u~r~ubriil~66n

~sdifi~uuaa~nisns"v~~un3ui3 dajlfll hn%n3uldniid;uni7

d

oriini~ns::~iuoininfinitive fbm rflun3uidaun 2

Regular verbs

(past

d

(past) M~EIn3uido.sn 3

particle) lmutiiu "-edV nkri7nWi idu

-

).

attend

attended

attended

CarrY

'

canied

carried

want

wanted

 

wanted

escape

escaped

escaped

khni7 Irregular Verbs

Yo,

t~(~~ildi4

 

begin

began

,

.

begun

catch

caught

 

caught

drink

drank

drunk

feel

felt

,

felt

fall

fell

fallen

freeze

froze

frozen

give

gave

given

go

went

gone

leave

left

left

take

took

taken

Exercise 2

Put the verbs in the following sentences into the correct form of tense and

voice.

Example

Samak won the election in July.

1. Jane (force)

2. This coat (make)

to leave the firm.

from wool.

3.

There (be) ------ always tables and chairs in the dining-rooms.

4.

Please (give)

me some milk.

EN 205

5.

The teacher together with the students (enjoy) the linguistics

lecture.

6. John (want) ------ lemon in his tea.

7. Joey (study)

French since childhood.

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8. The postman (just, put)

9. Some students at the back (read) comics now.

a letter under the d,oor.

.,

10. His uncle (go) to Paris tomorrow.

3. 6~~~hd(~djeetives)

'b

iie

ril~d03'iuluuarua~~a~u~3~eudi~u~u~?iad~a3.swu7u

maud~n~a~joialdd What kind of?

(~da=irywiim)L2h.l

. a red rose, a small room, the right answer

Which one? (~da.sr~ilLfh$m

$uI@)Ldu

your book, those pencils, whose car

How many?

d

(~was-.y+~u?u)L~U

one box, four choices, many people

3.1 hu~liraersilqrudirn'u~liraersilqrudirn'6-16(Position of Adjectives)

~~udfl~d~qariwrio~b~uu~?'~w'7diu~u~u~?aei~uu'~~ol'ufl$atk~flwh

hu1us7~u'qmdiwdumu~aiu<a6l6L~U

hungry wolf

jealous husband

many bright colours six large white stripes

~uu~~d~::~una~~r~uwd7e;lmdww~-r'~a"~"veib. to bev

bud1qaFiWdti7

n~~~uu~uw~oa~u~ud~u~u~~ad~~~~wu~u~dud=i::fi~uuauL$U

The boy was hungry.

It was beautiful.

dl Articles 47w?fl "a, an, the"

rfirrcilri7u-1~d~iiifJ$6d'

fi~m'nl~~d7~fll~i~~'pl3::L51~Hw"9l#dl

66

a

9,

8dZvv

lfifI~47~~7h~7~6~lfl~~~~~uclu~nflwkg~u::L$U a boyj

a man

"an"

"the"

#ar

~#~~uudinljiuiu~on~~uw%u~uoa~~~~~a~::~riuan egg,

an hour

1~b~~~d1(1fidl~1~b~~~~Pdd~~~

1?~1bbikL~Uthe table over there,

ees of Adjectives)

dd

- Positive degree RJ ~ddn~%at~iq~~~~~~~b%~u%~i~~i~d

9.4

- Comparative degree WJ ~ii~~~~d~~bd~~~bfl~~5::~~1

- Superlative degree AID ~I~NT~wMMI"LI~.~%JuL~LIUC~IUIUC~'~I~~~"~M~~~'IJ

dd

v

Snnaiu7a;

I

Adjective

I

Aiwuicr6tZua

I~IE(JIWL~~~~~Y~IUI

I63~-ly, er M~:I

1-OW

I

1ii8acrw~icr6~~~I

Positive

I

Comparative

1

Superlative

fair

fairer

fairest

tall

taller

tallest

friendly

I

friendlier

1 friendliest

tender

tenderer

tenderest

narrow

1

narrower

I

narrowest

earnest

I

more earnest

1

most earnest

grateful

more grateful

most grateful

beautiful

more beautiful

most beautiful

enthusiastic

more enthusiastic

most enthusiastic

comparative -a: GN "-er"

iu superlative OILZU

EN 205

V~UAiFTWd ~l~aldiiii"more"

l?iiicr~6'iAiqwd

CYILEIU

13

"-est"

iYiii~d16wd~lialdiii?"most" IT~Uidi8~d

I

1

I

I

<I

.

+

2ldnsmwgla~n7runm~.Jids::munFi7~3aJau~::P3d"less, leastwLL'YIU~~

crd or

ol,

d

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"more, most"

4. dlfl's~l'ihfi~d(Adverbs)

la Aida'iuiudln3u7 61qmiTwn' dad~niu~iravd6'~un'uidu

The boy reads quietly. Jane is an exceptionally beautiful girl. The girl studies very attentively.

I

rhn'ruiirarmiiiu-~n~iuuda~orr~~~~unrjul~"i~ua"~rnm~~iua"~1w'uSn'u

d~dauiunrlu~awdicn~m~pd

scr 8

wB

 

How?

('VBdfhl5)

b$ld

We ran quickly.

Where?

(~ElfIlfllUd)

6h.4

Jane walked home.

When? (UO~baa1

(sr!h)

6du

I pot a present today.

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To what degree?

L$U

The paper was quite good.

4.1 zduuursrdlfl%Ilq t~ud(Forms of Adverbs)

~nniuliu~oisl?u~i1~9::6diuu~du19~n~iq~~wn~~ernisb~u-1y riiud~

bd~

beautiful

-

beautifully

quick

-

quickly

 

I

hungry

-

hungrily

su'iqlsiimiu

din3siircrrmdd31G~d~uu~dui~~ndi~miTw~6iijcdu

always, ever, fast, here, now, only, soon, too, yesterday, not

4.2 ~l~tfi~~t~~~~lfi~~l'i~fl~d(The Degrees of ~dverbs)

din3u~ircrad~iuisnrd'suur~isuuans::6u~~~4adi1~rdur~u~0ludi

Bol 4,-

tpcivm' uanoinuer~u~snisrddu~~dd11u~nrm~::r~u~n'uG~uRa du "-er, -esrfl

;

M~DL~UAI~I "more, most /

less, least" ~%~IM~I'!I~&G

kon~i~,

I

I

!

,

EN 205

Adverb

d~wuiqAr8iu2

~I~\NTY~uh~-ly,

Positive

,

late

soon

fast

quickly

tenderly

faithfully

 

.

.

Comparative

Superlative

I

later

latest

sooner

soonest

faster

fastest

more quickly

most quickly

mare tenderly

most tenderly

more faithfully

most faithfully

4.3 ilgsinisc$on~a'diq~;W6bbs)::h7n'ip17?b~9)4

Adjectives and Adverbs)

(Confusion of

d~qcurivrriua::hniu731~wdb6u~i~au~uktjoi7~fims~~~au7ud7oi7~

aiianir

siohn'is5bnwd

hqadiu~7hu7ud7~7a~aa~$din3uii~nwa7$au7ud7n5uid~qaRiYd

a::#usl~u~ri~aotriln"~ao.~~~mifiurJs::~u~~~~i~~n'utdaImd~n

8nwiriim~?7u#u~us::~ilud7qa~wn'n'ud7n~u7'ib~wa~u~5::bu~16~w'~~7bb~~4a

rh~iun'u"uwioun'u~~d~o~ui7d~Cwn'u"uau~ud~'1a'1uds::1u~m~maou'~~

al

OI

Examples

a. Most people prefer comfortable

seats.

b. Almost all people have a

comfortable chair at home.

c. The girl felt bad about the

accident.

d. The leading lady acted her part

badly.

Notes

'~ost" L~~u~~?N~~Y$IuIu~~u~u

"people"

LLAlmost"dun~~~~b~~da~~uq~~w

4Lall"

"bad"

bfl~q~sr*ldbilwm~n?~7bbn'"felt"

b9u linking Verb 0/~4n73Adjective

Complement u7$7~$R?7~~~7utlaJlJ7d

"badly"

~9~n~uii~(rduanI$~i~

"acted" ~1d7415

,

Exercise 3

Read the following sentences carefully and underline the suitable words given in bracket.

\

Example

John often walks (quick, fast).

1. The athlete could run (quicker, faster) than his coach expected.

2. (Hungry / Hungrily) boys eat a (large, largely) dinner.

3. Children are not always (sweet, sweetly).

4. They came (late, lately) for class.

5. (Recent, Recently) the flood was reported in Roi-et.

6. They want to leave (early, earlier) fdr the ,concert.

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7. This clock doesn't show the (right, rightly) time.

8. I can't eat any (much, more, most).

9. My knife cuts very (good, welf).

10. Her dress looks (lovely, nicely).

5. dlynun (Prepositions)

8il h~iiflsl~n?iu#u~ud=ir:~i~.~6~1ud~::~unhu~nddifh~uskh~w

ud 0

un9-ifiuhu7u ~3il~i7d~numiaui~'u?~u67~7~67incii1'hor:riclnii "n=i=iuaoq

y~~n'(Object preposition) ldu John plays football with his children. Jane will come back on Monday. The children are afraid of the dark. 5.1 S$AUBU~(~~WUM(Kinds of Prepositions)

Cnywu~rn~iid~ifiun~u7 I& Luqo~nn?iu#u66~~ni7.~n~~un'u6i

du7Iudsr:Iun ~qd

/

uanmiud (Place)

a. The apple fell near below beside underneath

b. The man in the truck waved. behind inside in front of

c. They walked around the meadow.

through

'U~fl62k37 (Time)

bb~

I

d. They arrived during the performance.

before

after

tlg~lu1 (Special)

e. The teacher came with us.

f. The picture of the temple was marvelous.

g. The letter for Tom arrived this morning.

h. Mary walks like her sister.

i. The incense came from India.

6du

5.2 HGI~IID~~YIUVI?~(Function of Prepositional Phrases)

ywun?;

nuiuh

diywunue-nmu

ywun?;

nai=iniinfid~nu

huiudakn3uildi Ibutls-~nirn'udiqnr8ww"uadin3ui?~~anl~i~~a0~i~oii]1dd

Type of Word

Examples

qtufid

Jane wore a blue gown.

a gown of blue.

n~~17'j~tI~M)

The cat is lying there.

under the desk.

Gacr'ssncn.

"of blue"

Notes

~il~fi~1(17~"a gown"

6d~ium$t17~11dlqtuhd "blue"

"under the desk" UD~I~$$<IJ~~?GI

~~~b~~?~~fl~~l?bfl~M)"there"

r:ariinnaiur~u~u<i~una: ~uds:~unriin~1d1uiu4iui~~"sad~n~ui

v

d

c:

'k~~~~:~~~~~i~~~~~~~i~~i~bd~6LR:

ormaurhoiurdu~~udiuiu~u~i~~ud~~naiinln

(which one /

what kind of?)

chuqwumLuiu4in'iuiaioa~~a'~din'iuiad6udsrlu~ ~3aa~~iadsknnln

d

v

rdu hus:maudin~uii tifain ~IMUariids diIu 68ulnir

(Wen / Were /

How / Why)

Examples

1The letter on the table is yours.

Sandra held the letter before

your eyes.

( "on the table"

Notes

sl~lJdlt2lu"which one" uanli I

f-ji~jlriuontluiuauiin~~rhni'~61uiudiuiu*

'before

you eyesn ~0Uri)nlu"where" ~~fl'lG$

<itii~~~onn~7uadn?ni~~ini'id~uiu~iniui

Exercise 4

Read

the

prepositions.

Example

following

sentences

carefully

--,

1

and

The penny fell (in, into) the water.

underline

the

correct

1.

The major stormed (in, into) "thebarracks and called for attention.

2. (Beyond, Near)

this point youecah see across the canyon.

3.

The first sign of tension came (from, of) this office.

4.

The bird feed (on, with) woms 'and insects.

5.

The apartment (below, under) this one has been vacant (since, for) December.

6.

The small caravan stopped just loutside, outside of) the fair grounds.

7.

The hungry seagulls hovered (above, over) the water.

8.

We borrowed the ax (from, of) the gardener.

9.

The flowers will bloom (after, before) the March showers.

10.

Van Gogh's paintings were honored (by, from) the museum officials.

6. ri~dira~u(Conjunctions)

Examples

a. Mickey and Minnie had a good time

I at the beach.

b. Dave is happy both at home and at

school.

c. The light went out while we were

having dinner last night.

Notes

"and" L~EI~~S::EW"Mickey" fi

I "wnnie.

andn

~dou~wunqguonarnud

"at home" fh "at school" '

"while" ldsu clause "the light went out "h "we were having

"

I

rcise 5

I

Fill in the blanks with suitable word or words.

Example

Tom sold the books to me.

1. The children dressed themselves

.

2.

never knew the reason for it.

3.

Jim and I ---------- some flowers for Jane.

4. ---------- were they.

5. Jimmy waved to

/

brother in the grandstand.

6.

Mr. Jones requests his clients to notify . of ---------- change of address.

7. We

around the back of a parking place.

\

8.

Martha held her baby .

9.

Bob did his homework for the class .

10.

The controversy was settled

the four delegates.