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Mastering A, An, The:
English Articles Solved - An English Grammar Study Guide
But not through dry grammar rules, not through reasonless usage rules, and certainly not through mindless repetition, this guide aims to teach the meaning of grammar words efficiently and clearly, and if you are not satisfied with the content, a one-on-one consultation is possible through Skype: just message me at agharta78. I will personally make you believe. :)
|Even students of English need bedtime stories. Are you such a student? Do you need to understand the meaning of English idioms, vocabulary, and collocations the same way English-speaking children understand them? If so, these videos are for you. They aim to follow the logic of each English construction to create a memorable story.|
Semantics is the study of the meaning of words. Meaning defines grammar, usage, and idiomatic expression. If you study the meaning of elementary English grammar words, you will improve your use of English. All you have to do is learn the meanings of these words and correct your mistakes while conversing with a native English speaker. Improving your use of English grammar is easy with some practice.|
For example, the semantics governing the articles a, an, the is one of the most difficult English grammar constructions for students of English to learn. Misunderstanding these articles is the cause of a significant number of the mistakes made by speakers of languages without such constructions. These languages include Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Iranian, and many Eastern European languages. These languages all lack a, an, the grammar.
In this book I attempt to illuminate the meaning of these articles for intermediate and advanced level students of ESL. The language used in the study guide is written in elementary English to ensure that beginners and intermediates easily understand its content. Some a, an, the examples are provided to encourage the reader to think about the definitions in a real context.
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