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Study and Master English Study Guide Grade 10
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  • Page extent: 256 pages

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 (ISBN-13: 9780521695152)

  • Published August 2007

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Are you struggling with English as a first additional language? Then Study & Master English is for you. This Study Guide has been especially designed to help you master the language component of the National Curriculum, featuring: • Detailed explanation of tricky language usage • Lots of exercises, so you can practice before the exams • Advice on how to do comprehension, essays and summaries • Example formats for letters, CVs, reports and reviews • All the answers, so you can check your own work The Study & Master English Study Guide is an invaluable tool to help you pass your English exam with flying colours!

Contents

Learning Outcome 4. Language: Introduction - language knowledge and skills; Exercise 1. Breaking a sentence into its parts of speech; Exercise 2. Types of nouns; Exercise 3. Diminutive nouns and nouns with gender; Exercise 4. Plural nouns; Exercise 5. Ordering adjectives; Exercise 6. Adjectives of degree; Exercise 7. Similes and metaphors; Exercise 8. Abbreviations and acronyms; Activity A; Exercise 9. Determiners; Exercise 10. Pronouns and the first, second and third person; Exercise 11. Personal pronouns; Exercise 12. Possessive determiners; Exercise 13. Possessive pronouns; Exercise 14. Demonstrative determiners; Exercise 15. Demonstrative pronouns; Exercise 16. Prepositions; Exercise 17. Choosing between the prepositions 'in', 'at' and 'on'; Exercise 18. Adding an apostrophe between and (sometimes) after an 's' to plural nouns to show possession; Activity B; Exercise 19. Verbs and the first, second and third person; Exercise 20. The present tense and the past tense of verbs; Exercise 21. The simple and progressive aspects of regular verbs in the present tense; Exercise 22. The simple and progressive aspects of irregular verbs in the present tense; Exercise 23. The simple and progressive aspects of regular verbs in the past tense; Exercise 24. The simple and progressive aspects of irregular verbs in the past tense; Activity C; Exercise 25. Antonyms; Exercise 26. Synonyms; Exercise 27. Using one word for a phrase; Exercise 28. Proverbs; Exercise 29. Idioms; Exercise 30. Homonyms; Exercise 31. Homophones; Exercise 32. Polysemes; Activity D; Exercise 33. Regular verbs in the present tense and the perfect aspect; Exercise 34. Irregular verbs in the present tense and the perfect aspect; Exercise 35. Regular verbs in the past tense and the perfect aspect; Exercise 36. Irregular verbs in the past tense and the perfect aspect; Activity E; Exercise 37. Varieties of English; Exercise 38. How languages borrow words from one another; Exercise 39. Roots, prefixes and suffixes; Exercise 40. Hyphens; Activity F; Exercise 41. Using a dictionary; Exercise 42. Using a thesaurus; Exercise 43. Connotation of words; Exercise 44. Translating; Activity G; Exercise 45. Adverbs of degree; Exercise 46. Adverbs of intensity; Exercise 47. An adverb of negation; Exercise 48. Register; Exercise 49. Style, purpose and audience; Activity H; Exercise 50. Regular verbs in the present tense and the perfect-progressive aspect; Exercise 51. Irregular verbs in the present tense and the perfect-progressive aspect; Exercise 52. Regular verbs in the past tense and the prefect-progressive aspect; Exercise 53. Irregular verbs in the past tense and the perfect-progressive aspect; Activity I; Exercise 54. Values and attitudes; Exercise 55. Bias; Exercise 56. Emotive language; Exercise 57. Persuasive language; Exercise 58. Stereotypes; Activity J; Exercise 59. Analysing the information contained in verbs; Exercise 60. Finite verbs and real sentences; Exercise 61. Statements and commands; Exercise 62. Organising sentences into paragraphs; Exercise 63. Breaking up a sentence into its functional phrases; Exercise 64. Subjects; Exercise 65. Deciding whether a subject is singular or plural; Exercise 66. Direct objects; Exercise 67. Transitive verbs; Exercise 68. Reflexive pronouns; Exercise 69. Complements and adverbial phrases; Exercise 70. Indirect objects; Activity K; Exercise 71. Using infinitives; Exercise 72. Using infinitives with finite verbs showing mental states; Exercise 73. Using participles as adjectives; Exercise 74. Showing physical ability using the auxiliary verb 'can'; Exercise 75. Showing social permission using the auxiliary verb 'may'; Exercise 76. Showing possibility using the auxiliary verb 'may'; Exercise 77. Showing physical necessity or social obligation using the auxiliary verb 'must'; Exercise 78. Declaring an explanation using the auxil

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