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Stages of Language Acquisition

Stages of Language Acquisition

Stages of Language Acquisition.

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Lesson 1 Grammar

Lesson 1 Grammar

Lesson 1 Grammar. Tenses. 2 (not 3) tenses: (1) Imperfective  Not finished (present and future) (2) Perfective  Finished (past) 2 types of sentences (1) Affirmative (2) Negative. Conjugation chart. 3 types of sentences. Noun sentences Verb sentences

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Noun sentences & Sentence particles

Noun sentences & Sentence particles

Noun sentences & Sentence particles. What’s your name?. Nan desu ka? What is (it)? Q: Onamae wa (nan desu ka)? As for (your) name (what is it)? A: Namae desu ka. Sakamaki desu. (You mean my) name? It (is) Sakamaki. Sentence particle: ka.

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Towards Parsing Croatian Complex Sentences: Dependent Noun Clauses

Towards Parsing Croatian Complex Sentences: Dependent Noun Clauses

Towards Parsing Croatian Complex Sentences: Dependent Noun Clauses. Vanja Štefanec, Kristina Vučković, Zdravko Dovedan University of Zagreb, Faculty of Humanities and Social Science s { vstefane, kvuckovi, zdovedan } @ ffzg.hr NooJ20 10 Komotini. Our goal.

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Towards Parsing Croatian Complex Sentences: Dependent Noun Clauses

Towards Parsing Croatian Complex Sentences: Dependent Noun Clauses

Towards Parsing Croatian Complex Sentences: Dependent Noun Clauses. Vanja Štefanec, Kristina Vučković, Zdravko Dovedan University of Zagreb, Faculty of Humanities and Social Science s { vstefane, kvuckovi, zdovedan } @ ffzg.hr NooJ20 10 Komotini, Greece 2010 - 05 - 28. Our goal.

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NOUN Uncountable Noun

NOUN Uncountable Noun

NOUN Uncountable Noun Thing is classed as uncountable noun if it is not able to be counted by A or An ( sebuah , seekor , seorang ). It is judged as singular. e.g. water - air sugar - gula air - udara rice - nasi ash - debu smoke - asap

By zareh (163 views)

Sentences . Sentences? Sentences!

Sentences . Sentences? Sentences!

Sentences . Sentences? Sentences!. Variety IS the Spice of Writing!. Cumulative Sentence (aka Loose) Periodic Sentence Balanced Sentence. Cumulative Sentence (aka Loose ~ presumably loosely structured ). Common to speech & sentence combining Basic Statement: Bells rang.

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PREFERENCE Subject + … + noun + … + noun

PREFERENCE Subject + … + noun + … + noun

PREFERENCE Subject + … + noun + … + noun. Edi Sunjayanto. Like. Like Subject + like + noun + better than + noun Subject + like + V ing + better than + V ing Guroh likes car better than becak Lia likes reading novel better than reading auto biography. Prefer. Prefer

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Noun ?

Noun ?

Noun ?. Abstract Nouns Concrete Noun. Abstract nouns can be countable or non-countable (mass). . Ideas/Concepts/Ideals Belief Dream Justice Truth Faith Liberty Knowledge Thought Information Culture Trust Dedication. Common Abstract Nouns Emotions/Feelings Love Hate Anger Peace

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Noun

Noun

Noun. A person, place, thing, or idea. A general name for a person, place thing, or idea. Examples: dog, cat, book, love, hope, city. Common Noun. A name of a particular person, place, thing, or idea. Examples: President Bush, Super Bowl, Baltimore. Proper Noun.

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Noun and noun Phrases

Noun and noun Phrases

Noun and noun Phrases. 4.1 Classification of nouns 4.2 Gender of nouns 4.3 Number forms of nouns 4.4 Partitives 4.5 Genitive noun. WHAT ARE NOUNS?. Nouns are naming words. They name people, places and objects. They can also name ideas, emotions, qualities and activities.

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NOUN

NOUN

NOUN. I. Proper : China, Monday, Mary. Common: a college, a river, a mountain. Collective: team, family, group. II. Concrete: a cake, a banana, a chair. Abstract: love, idea, revenge. III. Specific: a dog, a cow, an ant. Non-specific: an animal, a flower,

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