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Count and Non-Count #Nouns This lesson and the exercise use food vocabulary. Learn food vocabulary in the Level 200 Vocabulary topics. #Countable Nouns Some words take an ‘s’ when you talk about more than one. These words are called count or countable nouns. Example 1 apple   2 apples  Uncountable Nouns…

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This is an out line of what we covered. I had more details, we worked on many examples and other things as they came up. I asked about Monday’s class. What they did. Verbs We reviewed the basics of what we have long been doing: (for new student) Simple present, past and future Progressive past, […]

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Sunny, breezy, and a little humid today.  Full class. Conclusion: Did not go to plan at all today.  Saved original plan to repost separately. We went through thoroughly, with each S giving examples and answering questions. Day/Dates When we say the date we use ordinal numbers, but we do not…

Class status crosspost Lecture

Sunny, breezy, and a little humid today.  Full class. Conclusion: Did not go to plan at all today.  Saved original plan to repost separately. We went through thoroughly, with each S giving examples and answering questions. Day/Dates When we say the date we use ordinal numbers, but we do not write them: we say March…

Class 25 March, 2015 was originally published on Notes for Class

Class status crosspost Lecture

Today it is gray and chilly.  I am pleased about the cold.  Yay!  Oh, and then it rained.  Just G and I today.  She gave me lovely gifts!  Matching necklace, earrings, and ring, and a soft, sparkly wrap.  Awesome!  I will take her to lunch, and we can eat and chat.  Wonderful. Grammar To Have […]

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