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In today’s class, We will be discussing Structure (Expressing Exceptions). We hope you enjoy the class!
TOPIC: Structure: Expressing Exception using except for, but, and apart from.
Exception means excluding something or someone from a general statement or a group.
An exception can be expressed in different ways. We can use such words as except, except for, but and apart from to express exception.
Now, consider the following examples:
- They all attended the party except Mary
- We come to school every day except Saturday and Sunday
- I had nothing on except for my socks
- All the houses are new except for those two over there.
- She had no choice but to sign the contract.
- They have answered all apart from the last question.
- We are all students apart from Stephen
Use “except, “except for” “but” and “apart from” to form ten sentences that express exception.
Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary
TOPIC: Comprehension: Fulani Future – Argument
- Summary of the passage
The passage talks about the nomads, the challenges or problems facing them and the possible ways of solving them. One suggestion given as a possible solution to their problems was the establishment of reservations. However, it is still argued that this may not be the best solution because of its disadvantages.
Do practice 3 on page 112 of effective English for J.S.S 3
Effective English for J.S.S 3
Read pages 112 & 113 of Effective English BK.3
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