Identification of Nouns in Sentences, etc.


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In today’s class, we will be talking about the identification of nouns in sentences, etc. Enjoy the class!

Identification of nouns in sentences


A noun is a person, place, or thing.
A phrase is a group of words that do not make sense on their own.

A noun phrase includes a noun and other words linked to it. A noun phrase can begin with:

  1. definite article: the butterfly
  2. indefinite article: a butterfly
  3. demonstrative adjectives: that butterfly / this butterfly / those butterflies / these butterflies.

A noun phrase can be expanded with adjectives: a blue butterfly


Simple conversation using the appropriate words -using modal auxiliaries to make sentences in contextual situation to bring out the meaning

  • Another meaning of must:

There is another meaning of must that suggests not compulsion, but rather what seems reasonable.

  1. You have worked hard all day, so you must be tired.
  2. George must be pleased that he has passed his examination.
  3. If John left here at four o’clock, he must be home by now.

The opposite of this particular must is usually can’t:

  1. You haven’t done any work today, so you can’t be tired.
  2. George can’t be very pleased with his low marks.
  3. John left here only five minutes ago; he can’t be home yet.
  1. What are the two main meanings of must? Give an example of each.
  1. Put mustn’t or needn’t in the blank spaces. Choose the one that seems to you the more suitable.
  • You    ____ do the work this evening; tomorrow will be soon enough.
  • I told him that he ____ say those silly things.
  • You _____      sit there in your wet clothes; you will catch cold if you do.
  • They   ____ do all the exercises. Four will be enough.
  • We ______     go just yet. Our train doesn’t leave for half an hour.
  1. Put the following sentences into the past. Make any necessary alterations to ‘time phrases*.


In our next class, we will be talking about Use of Nouns in Making Sentences, etc.  We hope you enjoyed the class.

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