by Julie's channel
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Tags: capitalization rules, proper noun, proper nouns
Hi Nicole, you have some strengths in your paragraph the first is that it's just the right thing and pleased to see that. Secondly do have some great details about the tiger(?) and also your heading is close to being correct just checked the information I said about the dates. The things to work on within the paragraph. First of all I listed technical items within the comments(?) in your email so see get your inbox and check that and you'll see things like that commas that are needed or areas where no commas are needed. I want you to maybe review capitalization you might look in your book for capitalization rules or Google capitalization you have words capitalized that needs to be the only capitalized proper noun are primarily proper nouns or the first written sentences. A proper noun is the word that it's like a brand name or you know person's name or something like that where ___.
by jalen's channel
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Tags: nouns, person place, noun
Nouns can be a person, like a mom or dad. Nouns can be a place like California or Florida and noun can be a thing like a dog or a cat. Nouns are words that describe(?) a person, place or thing.
by Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab
Tags: nouns adjectives, language ability, systematic method
Hi, this is Randall. One of the challenges that many students face in trying to go from zero language ability to university studies here in the United States is to develop enough language skills for the rigors of a university education. It can be random. So one of the things that I encourage student to come up with a systematic or planned method of learning vocabulary by topic. In other words, I would select a particular topic this week, let's say it's on the environment, and then learn words related to the environment: verbs, nouns, adjectives all about that particular topic and then the next week go on to a different topic this is much better than choosing one word here one word there, words that are totally unrelated and coming up with a systematic method can enhance and speed up your learning.
by malique staley's channel
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Tags: proper nouns and common nouns, person place, pronouns
A noun is a person place or ___ a noun is basically anything. Like a horse phone a house and a car a state a country or a park. There are also pronouns(?) proper nouns and common nouns. For example Mary went to go ___ to visit her parents. The nouns would be Mary ___ and parents. So that's all I have to say for noun.
by Van's channel
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Tags: nouns and pronouns, cheap purple, adjectives
Words that modified nouns and pronouns. Tell me which one of it and what kind it is or telling how many of these are adjectives or that modifying nouns and pronouns in which and what kind it is. Tell me how many of these are adjectives simple and easy friendly and breezy(?) are adjectives little and tiny and little and shiny adjectives. Several with you older and new are adjectives toughly(?) and cheap purple in view are
Do you know the adjective adjective adjective. Do you know the adjective which describes pronounce and nouns. The boy went along the justice(?) up the justice(?) up the justice(?) up. The boy went along the justice(?) up all day long. The boys stepped on the crunchy leaf the crunchy leaf the crunchy leaf the boy stepped on the crunchy leaf all day long. The resting on a big oak tree a big oak tree a big oak tree. The boy resting on a big oak tree along the path. He ran into a big brown bear a big brown bear a big brown bear the boy ran into a big brown bear while on the path. The boy ran into a big bad wolf a big bad wolf the boy ran into a big bad wolf then ran home. Oh do you know the ad
Ok so right now I'm podcasting right now and can you think of any use that you might have for an automatic podcast in your classroom so Mark(?) would elaborate on that ___ so let's just say it's a grammar lesson and I need them to identify nouns and whatever you listen now I can just ___ give you a list of noun or common noun ___ whatever and ___ short answer and you know ___ not gonna want alright and you might get more of an answer a better answer out of them is they can just call and say an answer or even prefer at proof reading like we did those five minute proof reading if you have some transcripts from there and ___ they can proof.