logging in or signing up 2010 Nouns Pronouns 01 aSGuest47761 Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 518 Category: Entertainment License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: June 07, 2010 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Nouns & Pronouns : Nouns & Pronouns Grammar and Vocabulary Ⅰ April 30, 2010 Let’s begin with small conversation : Let’s begin with small conversation Are you looking forward to the Golden Week holidays? Have you made plans for the Golden Week holidays? What are you going to do? Where are you going? メモ : メモ メモ : メモ Today’s Learning Points : Today’s Learning Points A noun can be countable or uncountable A countable noun can be singular or plural Diagram : Diagram Countable Noun : Countable Noun I eat a banana every day. I like bananas. Banana is a countable noun. A countable noun can be singular (banana) or plural (bananas). Kate was singing a song. There is a nice beach near here. There are no batteries in the radio. Uncountable Noun : Uncountable Noun I eat rice every day. I like rice. Rice is an uncountable noun. An uncountable nouns has only one form (rice) Kate was listening to music. There’s sand in my shoes. There is no electricity in this house. Exercise 1（p.10） : Exercise 1（p.10） Tell us the plural forms of the following nouns! Slide 10: pen ⇒ pens pencil ⇒ pencils book ⇒ books dish ⇒ dishes box ⇒ boxes shoe ⇒ shoes piano ⇒ pianos dress ⇒ dresses Slide 11: city ⇒ cities life ⇒ lives roof ⇒ roofs knife ⇒ knives tooth ⇒ teeth sheep ⇒ sheep child ⇒ children man ⇒ men Slide 12: woman ⇒ women mouse ⇒ mice Conversation Practice : Conversation Practice “Could I Possibly Borrow Some Paper Clips?” 書類止めのクリップをいくつか拝借してもよろしいでしょうか？ For countable nouns, use “many” and “a few” For uncountable nouns, use “much” and “a little” Practice with your neighbor(s) clip = countable noun : clip = countable noun A: Could I possibly borrow some paper clips? B: Sure. How many do you need? A: Just a few. B: Here! Take as many as you want! A: Thanks. B: You’re welcome. sugar = uncountable noun : sugar = uncountable noun A: Could I possibly borrow some sugar? B: Sure. How much do you need? A: Just a little. B: Here! Take as much as you want! A: Thanks. B: You’re welcome. Exercise 2 : Exercise 2 An uncountable noun can be sometimes used with a quantifier Let’s practice on the Web Answers to Web Exercise 1 : Answers to Web Exercise 1 (1) a piece of information (2) two loaves of bread (3) three acres of land (4) four glasses of water (5) five sheets of paper (6) six feet of snow (7) seven ounces of flour Answers to Web Exercise 2 : Answers to Web Exercise 2 (1) a bottle of wine (2) a slice of bread (3) two cups of tea (4) a bit of news (5) a pound of butter (6) two spoonfuls of sugar (7) three liters of beer (8) a piece of furniture (9) a grain of sand (10) a cake of soap BBC Grammar Challenge : BBC Grammar Challenge http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/radio/specials/1153_gramchallenge7/ Practice Quiz 1 Practice Quiz 2 時間がある人はチャレンジしてみましょう THE S CONNECTION : THE S CONNECTION Some nouns are usually used in the plural form Look at the picture and see how many plural-form nouns you can find e.g. customs（税関） Answers to THE S CONNECTION : Answers to THE S CONNECTION trousers scissors shorts tights pajamas (pyjamas) glasses crossroads news customs mathematics stairs clothes jeans airways メモ : メモ 課題 : 課題 Prefixes and Suffixes： 与えられた接頭辞や接尾辞を使って単語を派生させましょう。 86ページの新出語彙のうち９語を選んで、英文を作りましょう。適切な文脈があると、単語を覚えやすくなります。自分でなかなか作れない人は、辞書の例文をアレンジするのもいいでしょう。 5月7日に提出してください Slide 24: Have a nice Golden Week holidays! You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.