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Uncountable English Nouns | Fix Common Grammar Mistakes & Errors
 
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Grab the short course for $1! 👇👇👇 Stop making the 10 most common Mistakes English Learners Make! https://www.mmmenglish.com/grammar-challenge/ In this course you’ll practise what you learned in this lesson about uncountable nouns with quizzes and worksheets. PLUS, there are 9 more grammar lessons and quizzes to help you practise! So many of YOUR English mistakes are related to the way that you use nouns! In this free video lesson, we are going to improve your use of English nouns! There are two types of nouns - countable and uncountable. Knowing the difference between them and how you can use these types of nouns is really important. It affects how you use: - articles (a/an/the) - much/many - some/any - a little/a few - so/such Learning and understanding how countable and uncountable nouns are used differently in English will DRAMATICALLY improve your grammar! I've made a worksheet that you can download so you can practice what you learn in this lesson. This video, we’ll focus on uncountable nouns. You can check out my lesson on countable nouns right here: https://youtu.be/XWkRGtCd3eY What you need to know about uncountable nouns: Uncountable nouns are difficult to count! All of these nouns are uncountable: - Liquids (water, milk, wine) - Powders (flour, coffee, sugar) - gases (air) - electricity, money, music... - abstract nouns (like happiness, motivation and luck) Uncountable nouns have only one form - they cannot be plural. You can’t use 'a' or 'an' with uncountable nouns because they are used with singular nouns (one) - and uncountable nouns can’t be counted! You can’t use numbers with uncountable nouns! You can use ‘some’ with uncountable nouns - because we use it to say there is an amount, but not a specific amount. But you can also use uncountable nouns WITHOUT ‘some’: Can you get rice from the supermarket? When it’s not important to say how much! Watch the video lesson to learn how you can quantify uncountable nouns. Some uncountable nouns that are commonly used Most Common Mistakes that I see with uncountable nouns? Advice knowledge information news luggage furniture equipment Read the full transcript to this video on my blog: https://www.mmmenglish.com/2017/05/31/countable-uncountable-english-nouns-fix-common-grammar-mistakes-errors/#uncountable-nouns Get Grammarly Grammar Checker FREE! https://grammarly.go2cloud.org/SHp9 English Listening practice - Try Audible for FREE! http://www.audibletrial.com/mmmEnglish Improve your English pronunciation and speaking skills by practicing with the mmmEnglish Imitation Technique! (SERIES 1) Storytelling: https://www.mmmenglish.com/imitation/ (SERIES 2) Describing people's personality and behaviour: https://www.mmmenglish.com/imitation-2 CONTACT mmmEnglish: mmmEnglish Website: http://bit.ly/mmmEnglish Find me on Facebook: http://bit.ly/mmmEnglishFB Find me on Instagram: http://bit.ly/mmmEnglishInsta Ladies Facebook Group http://bit.ly/LadiesLoveEnglish TweetMe on Twitter: http://bit.ly/TweetMmmEnglish Music Credit: Crimson Fly - Huma-Huma: https://youtu.be/qpxhgby-ONI
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THE UNCOUNTABLE LAUGHTER OF THE SEA ( 4K Trailer )
 
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In Our Complex World We Find Serenity ( PRE-GRADE / TEMP SCORE / WORK IN PROGRESS )
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P1संज्ञा Noun:Numbers (वचन): Singular and Plural.Countable & Uncountable Noun in Hindi for Beginners
 
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Let's Talk English and let's discuss NOUNS AND NUMBERS Noun and number,important English grammar topics have been discussed in this lecture.we have discussed only those rules which are important for competition point of view.Hope u all like the video and subscribe online study channel. (गणनीय एवं अगणनीय संज्ञा) Countable and Uncountable Noun : Use, Examples in Hindi for Beginners: The Noun: Numbers (वचन) : Singular and Plural 1. Some Nouns always come singular Luggage, baggage, breakage, furniture, drapery, imagery, scenery, poetry, pottery, machinery, work, paper, wood, iron, stone, glass, dust, rubbish, dirt, electricity, traffic, information, advice, chalk, food, bread, grass. These are uncountable Nouns – so neither we use; a or an before them nor we use ; s/es after them What is a poetry? What is poetry? The sceneries of Kashmir is beautiful. The scenery of Kashmir is beautiful. The wall is made of a stone. The wall is made of stone. Note – But we can use – a piece of/ Pieces of/ a bit of/ bits of/ a loaf of/ loves of/ a heap of/ heaps of; according to the demand of the situation, we can use singular or plural form of it. A loaf of bread Two loves of bread There are some nous which are ends with ‘-s’, but they are singular- News, mathematics, ethics, lingristics, phonectics, policitcs, economics, statistics, measles, mumps, rickests, billiards, darts, droughts, innings etc. 2. There are some Nouns- which have same singular and plural forms. series, species, deer, sheep, fish(sometimes fishes also) Some sea fishes – salmon, turbot, pike, makeral, plaice etc. Headquarters, means, dozen, hundred, thousand, score, agenda etc. Two dozens/ eggs have/been/bought./No error.(Dozen) Two dozens/ of eggs have/ been/ bought/ No error(Dozen eggs) We can’t use of, if a/one/two etc. has been used before dozen, hundred, thousand. Dozens of eggs Hundreds of books In dozens/ in socres/ in hundreds/ in thousands 3. Some collective Nouns, if gives the sense of unit – then singular but if they represent the number of it’s members – then consider as plural. The team is strong The team are fighting among themselves. 4. Some Nouns are always used as plural – a. cattle, people, police, gentry, peasantry, electorate, nobility, poultry, riches, gentry, peasantry, electorate, nobility, poulrty, riches, odds. e. If Noun + Preposition + Noun- comes then we use Singular Nouns both sides. Rows upon rows. Row upon row Days by day. Day by day Days after days. Day after day Note – In exam; Noun+ Preposition + Noun, they give plural form of Noun in questions. Women after women/climbed the rostrum to/ speak against the cruel/practices of dowry and bride burning./ No error Woman after woman 6. Usually we write five rupees, ten mils etc. but when some Noun comes before them then we use five rupee instead of five rupees and ten mile instead of ten miles. Five rupees have been spent. I have a five-rupee note. Noun(five rupees note -would be wrong here) A ten-mile walk. Two ten-rupee notes. Remember one more thing, we don’t use plural form of hyphenated expressions. 7. One of + the + Noun (Plural*) One of the most intelligent boy. boys One of the book. Books Some problems base on this rule One of the problem/ with you/ is that you do not/ come in time/ No error One of the problems 8. i. Either of the boy. (Boys) 9. Similarly Noun of + the + Noun(Plural) 10. Any of + the + Noun (Plural) If the Noun is countable – 11. Noun Uncountable ( Sing.) Most of + the Noun Countable (Plural) All of + the Noun Uncountable (Sing.) Noun Countable (Plural) None of the boy. (boys)
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Countable & Uncountable Nouns
 
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MUCH or MANY or A LOT OF??? Countable and Uncountable Nouns!
 
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Some and Any - With Uncountable Nouns | English Speaking Practice For Communication | ESL
 
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We will practice 'Some' and 'Any'. In this video, we use 'some' and 'any' before uncountable nouns for non-specific quantities. This is an interactive listening and speaking video. In part 1, you will listen to Mark and in part 2, you will practice on your own. This will build your fluency skills and will give you English speaking practice. Have fun practicing 'Some' and 'Any'. Speak English now. CEFR A1 For flashcards and worksheets go to MarkKulek.com English in use: We've got some amazing chocolate pie. Are they expensive? Can I have some of those? How many do you want? I don't like some kinds of chocolate. Yeah, I don't like the gooey ones. Would you like some more coffee? Yes, please. Any donut will do. All right, here you are. Have you got any apple pie? No, we don't. I like any kind of pie. Even coconut? Would you like any more to drink? I'm good, thanks. ******* Be sure not to miss a single video, please subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/Gifukids Make Sure to see Mark's Playlists: https://www.youtube.com/view_all_playlists Get Flashcards and Worksheets. Visit Mark's website: http://markkulek.com Join Mark's Facebook Group - MarkKulek English Speaking Practice: https://www.facebook.com/groups/117644158908032/ Become a Member: https://www.patreon.com/MarkKulek Here are my T-Shirts / Coffee Mug: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/100051466?noCache=true Here are my Conversation Cards and Textbooks: http://www.englishbooks.jp/catalog/index.php/MSC-Press-m-147 Here are my ebooks: 25 Short Simple Conversations Volume One: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MT6OZ54 25 Short Simple Conversations Volume Two: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B014MN7ESQ For those of you who are interested in teaching English to young learners. Please have a look at my blog: Sharing My Whiteboard. http://sharingmywhiteboard.blogspot.jp ******* About Mark Kulek's Channel: This channel is designed for students, teachers and anyone wanting to learn English. Improve your American Accent / spoken English and real life English conversation as the basis for teaching how to speak English and how to sound American -- improve listening comprehension skills. Study English vocabulary and English phrases such as phrasal verbs, as well as common expressions in English. Learn American idioms and American slang. Mark's videos are vocabulary-based for conversation practice. Each video is themed to provide context for learning. To insure success, every video is designed with open slots for vocabulary substitution practice. These patterns allow students to practice on their own and teachers can have their class practice together as a group. These videos also work great for icebreakers and class discussions. Please have fun and speak English now! Thank you for your support. Study real English conversation to understand how American's speak and build your vocabulary. Help me caption & translate this video! ****** #EnglishSpeakingPractice #MarkKulek.com #ELL #DailyConversations #EasyConversationPractice #BuildYourVocabulary
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School project -Nouns
 
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Nouns Person, place, animals and things
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S01.8 Countable and Uncountable Sets
 
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MIT RES.6-012 Introduction to Probability, Spring 2018 View the complete course: https://ocw.mit.edu/RES-6-012S18 Instructor: John Tsitsiklis License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at https://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at https://ocw.mit.edu
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English Grammar Lesson - Irregular Plurals of English Nouns
 
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Advanced English Grammar Course: http://www.espressoenglish.net/advanced-english-grammar-course Free English Tips: http://www.espressoenglish.net/english-tips-blog Learn how to form plurals in English, with regular nouns and irregular nouns such as analyses, cacti, phenomena, and more! Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for more English grammar lessons, and sign up for the Advanced English Grammar Course to master the details of the English language and take your English from good to great.
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Food vocabulary and countable and uncountable nouns.m4v
 
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Élelmiszerekkel kapcsolatos szókincs, megszámlálható és nem megszámlálható főnevek Üdv Sally! Épp írok egy listát arról, hogy mit vegyek a boltban. Van valamire szükséged? Igen, Ruth, van. Veszel nekem banánt? Igen, mennyit? Két darab elég lesz. Oh, és van itthon cseresznye? Nem, nem hiszem. Akkor vegyél cseresznyét. És jégkrémet. És csoki szószt. Rendben. Mennyi jégkrémet? Szerintem egy nagy dobozzal elég kell, hogy legyen. Sally! Mit tervezel, mire akarod mindezt használni? Természetesen, két nagy banán splitet csinálok. Nahát! Az fincsi lesz! Te is akarsz egyet? Akkor vegyél inkább két nagy doboz jégkrémet! Az élelmiszer-áruházban tej, sajt, kenyér, hús, dzsem, hal, kávé, leves, rizs, tea, alma, narancs, banán, keksz, tojás, szendvics, paradicsom, csirke, tonhal, hamburger, pizza, pohár, üveg, tányér, kés, villa, kanál, csésze Megszámolható és nem megszámolható főnevek Vannak főnevek, melyek megszámolhatók. Egy alma. Két alma. Egy banán. Három banán. Vannak olyan főnevek, melyek nem megszámolhatók. Tej. Tej. Hal. Hal. Úgy mérjük őket, hogy mennyiségeket adunk meg. Egy üveg tej. Három üveg tej.
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Nouns with Different Meanings in the Singular and the Plural - English Grammar lesson
 
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Nouns with Different Meanings in the Singular and the Plural - English Grammar lesson Some nouns have different meanings in the singular and the plural. Examples are given below: Air -- atmosphere Airs -- affected manners Blind - unable to see because of injury, disease, or a congenital condition. Blinds - a screen for a window, especially one on a roller or made of slats. Character- the mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual. Characters- People in a novel, play, or film Custom - a traditional and widely accepted way of behaving or doing something that is specific to a particular society, place, or time. Customs -the official department that administers and collects the duties levied by a government on imported goods. Content - Someone who is in a state of peaceful happiness. Contents - the things that are held or included in something. Good -having the required qualities; of a high standard. Goods - merchandise or possessions. Force - strength or energy as an attribute of physical action or movement. Forces - an organized military force equipped for fighting on land, sea or air. Spectacle - a visually striking performance or display OR Some visual scene. Spectacles - a pair of glasses. Wood - the hard fibrous material that forms the main substance of the trunk or branches of a tree or shrub, used for fuel or timber Woods -an area of land, smaller than a forest, that is covered with growing trees. Manner - a way or method in which a thing is done or happens. Manners - polite or well-bred social behavior OR etiquette one follows.
EduwebTV : Form 4, 5 - Countable and Uncountable Nouns
 
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Quantifiers and Countable Nouns Made EASY!
 
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Do you struggle with quantifiers? Do countable nouns and uncountable nouns slow you down in conversation? In this video I will make quantifiers easy, and you’ll learn how to turn an uncountable noun into a countable noun, so you can speak faster in English Review 1:09 - Many/Much 1:38 - Little/Few 2:28 - A lot of/Lots 3:14 - Plenty/Enough 4:08 - Change uncountable to uncountable. Quick, count all the grains of rice in here: You can’t, can you? Well, maybe if you have a lot of time. English speakers use one set of quantity adjectives for things you can count, and another set for things you cannot count. I’ll show you here: Much = Uncountable (We have so much money) Many = Countable (There were many tables in the restaurant) Little = Uncountable (We ate a little food) Few = Countable (There were only a few apples in the bag) A little bit = used in uncountable nouns (If I had a little bit more opportunity, I could change my life. With a little bit of gratitude, it is much easier to make new friends.) A lot of / Lots of = These are great to remember first, because they are used with both Countable AND Uncountable nouns (A lot of space / lots of space) (A lot of jackets and ties / Lots of jackets and ties) Plenty of = both; communicates abundance (There were plenty of drinks to go around) Enough of = both; communicates sufficiency (There was enough money for the house) To make an uncountable countable: turn them into a group. Example: rice = uncountable. Bags of rice = Countable Cash = uncountable. Stacks of 100$ bills = Countable With this knowledge, you can learn countable nouns and use them more often, because uncountable things can just be grouped together into containers or some larger combo. Did this help you? Let me know down in the comments below. Check out the rest of my Advanced fluency playlist, and another video you may like. Speaking of ‘like,’ please SUBSCRIBE, LIKE, and SHARE this video with friends so this channel can go to the top. Outro Video Credit: “Outro Like, Comment, and Subscribe” by Móm Đặc Biệt (Youtube Creative Commons License) Photo Credits: Rice! by Simone Bisotti on Flickr https://flic.kr/p/9KrF8F (Attribution 2.0 license) Links: Advanced Fluency Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgsJjLz-L3E&list=PL_aL_wtmhBK04AGhpdqVhG-MhRZcI_4hA WEBSITE: http://www.english-win.com (Join the EMAIL LIST for Course and Lesson information.) Twitter: https://twitter.com/EnglishWinTV SUBSCRIBE to this channel for more EnglishWin video lessons like this. CLICK THE BELL for alerts when a new video is ready for you. Most Important — SHARE this video with your English-learning friends.
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uncountable fish...
 
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uncountable number's of fish in mansar lake jammu,india. if u r a fish lover u hv 2 visit mansar , for more video plz like comment & subcribe.
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INGLÉS. 40- MUCH / MANY y otros cuantificadores. Inglés para hablantes de español
 
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Tu donación me ayuda a continuar elaborando este canal, gracias. Toda contribución, por pequeña que sea, es bienvenida: http://tinyurl.com/oujfrsa Aprende el uso de algunos de los adverbios de cantidad más usados en inglés.
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P2 संज्ञा Noun:Numbers (वचन):Singular and Plural.Countable & Uncountable Noun in Hindi for Beginners
 
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Hey, Hey Guys!!! Let's talk English and today, let's discuss about Noun common errors related with numbers. Here are the links of my previous videos - 1. Grammar https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUr3m3tZn3Q2oqpdy_0SKNAa3gzUtnhfO 2. Word power made easy https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUr3m3tZn3Q0Yl5FDxxge9oywZc_3KBXX 3. Being Empowered https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUr3m3tZn3Q1LaROOixnxvNYTijCx7Pp7 Let's Talk English and let's discuss NOUNS AND NUMBERS Noun and number,important English grammar topics have been discussed in this lecture.we have discussed only those rules which are important for competition point of view.Hope u all like the video and subscribe online study channel. (गणनीय एवं अगणनीय संज्ञा) Countable and Uncountable Noun : Use, Examples in Hindi for Beginners: The Noun: Numbers (वचन) : Singular and Plural 1. Some Nouns always come singular Luggage, baggage, breakage, furniture, drapery, imagery, scenery, poetry, pottery, machinery, work, paper, wood, iron, stone, glass, dust, rubbish, dirt, electricity, traffic, information, advice, chalk, food, bread, grass. These are uncountable Nouns – so neither we use; a or an before them nor we use ; s/es after them What is a poetry? What is poetry? The sceneries of Kashmir is beautiful. The scenery of Kashmir is beautiful. The wall is made of a stone. The wall is made of stone. Note – But we can use – a piece of/ Pieces of/ a bit of/ bits of/ a loaf of/ loves of/ a heap of/ heaps of; according to the demand of the situation, we can use singular or plural form of it. A loaf of bread Two loves of bread There are some nous which are ends with ‘-s’, but they are singular- News, mathematics, ethics, lingristics, phonectics, policitcs, economics, statistics, measles, mumps, rickests, billiards, darts, droughts, innings etc. 2. There are some Nouns- which have same singular and plural forms. series, species, deer, sheep, fish(sometimes fishes also) Some sea fishes – salmon, turbot, pike, makeral, plaice etc. Headquarters, means, dozen, hundred, thousand, score, agenda etc. Two dozens/ eggs have/been/bought./No error.(Dozen) Two dozens/ of eggs have/ been/ bought/ No error(Dozen eggs) We can’t use of, if a/one/two etc. has been used before dozen, hundred, thousand. Dozens of eggs Hundreds of books In dozens/ in socres/ in hundreds/ in thousands 3. Some collective Nouns, if gives the sense of unit – then singular but if they represent the number of it’s members – then consider as plural. The team is strong The team are fighting among themselves. 4. Some Nouns are always used as plural – a. cattle, people, police, gentry, peasantry, electorate, nobility, poultry, riches, gentry, peasantry, electorate, nobility, poulrty, riches, odds. e. If Noun + Preposition + Noun- comes then we use Singular Nouns both sides. Rows upon rows. Row upon row Days by day. Day by day Days after days. Day after day Note – In exam; Noun+ Preposition + Noun, they give plural form of Noun in questions. Women after women/climbed the rostrum to/ speak against the cruel/practices of dowry and bride burning./ No error Woman after woman 6. Usually we write five rupees, ten mils etc. but when some Noun comes before them then we use five rupee instead of five rupees and ten mile instead of ten miles. Five rupees have been spent. I have a five-rupee note. Noun(five rupees note -would be wrong here) A ten-mile walk. Two ten-rupee notes. Remember one more thing, we don’t use plural form of hyphenated expressions. 7. One of + the + Noun (Plural*) One of the most intelligent boy. boys One of the book. Books Some problems base on this rule One of the problem/ with you/ is that you do not/ come in time/ No error One of the problems 8. i. Either of the boy. (Boys) 9. Similarly Noun of + the + Noun(Plural) 10. Any of + the + Noun (Plural) If the Noun is countable – 11. Noun Uncountable ( Sing.) Most of + the Noun Countable (Plural) All of + the Noun Uncountable (Sing.) Noun Countable (Plural) None of the boy. (boys) One of her firmest belief/ was that her friend shouted at her/ with a view to making her/ aware of her repeated lapses/ No error In one of our first conversation/ she informed me/ that she had lost her husband/ in a bus accident./ No error. All the girls students/ of the college are advised/ to sit in the/ Girls’ Common Room/ No error. The majority of the woman/ teachers are persuading/ the principal to consider/ their damans/ No error It is harmful/ to take cupsful/ of tea/ five times a day/ No error In the last elections/ the electorates’/ disinterestedness puzzled/ the politicians very much/ No error
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P3 संज्ञा Noun: Numbers (वचन):Singular and Plural.Countable & Uncountable Noun in Hindi for Beginner
 
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Summons or Summonses? Surrounding or Surroundings? Scenery or Sceneries? and many more misused Noun And Numbers - by let's Talk English. Today, we are going to discuss common error related problems based on Noun and Numbers, this is our third lecture in this series. Let's Talk English and let's discuss NOUNS AND NUMBERS Noun and number, one of the mostimportant English grammar topics have been discussed in this lecture.we have discussed only those rules which are important for competition point of view.Hope u all like the video and subscribe online study channel. (गणनीय एवं अगणनीय संज्ञा) Countable and Uncountable Noun : Use, Examples in Hindi for Beginners: The Noun: Numbers (वचन) : Singular and Plural 1. Some Nouns always come singular Luggage, baggage, breakage, furniture, drapery, imagery, scenery, poetry, pottery, machinery, work, paper, wood, iron, stone, glass, dust, rubbish, dirt, electricity, traffic, information, advice, chalk, food, bread, grass. These are uncountable Nouns – so neither we use; a or an before them nor we use ; s/es after them What is a poetry? What is poetry? The sceneries of Kashmir is beautiful. The scenery of Kashmir is beautiful. The wall is made of a stone. The wall is made of stone. Note – But we can use – a piece of/ Pieces of/ a bit of/ bits of/ a loaf of/ loves of/ a heap of/ heaps of; according to the demand of the situation, we can use singular or plural form of it. A loaf of bread Two loves of bread There are some nous which are ends with ‘-s’, but they are singular- News, mathematics, ethics, lingristics, phonectics, policitcs, economics, statistics, measles, mumps, rickests, billiards, darts, droughts, innings etc. 2. There are some Nouns- which have same singular and plural forms. series, species, deer, sheep, fish(sometimes fishes also) Some sea fishes – salmon, turbot, pike, makeral, plaice etc. Headquarters, means, dozen, hundred, thousand, score, agenda etc. Two dozens/ eggs have/been/bought./No error.(Dozen) Two dozens/ of eggs have/ been/ bought/ No error(Dozen eggs) We can’t use of, if a/one/two etc. has been used before dozen, hundred, thousand. Dozens of eggs Hundreds of books In dozens/ in socres/ in hundreds/ in thousands 3. Some collective Nouns, if gives the sense of unit – then singular but if they represent the number of it’s members – then consider as plural. The team is strong The team are fighting among themselves. 4. Some Nouns are always used as plural – a. cattle, people, police, gentry, peasantry, electorate, nobility, poultry, riches, gentry, peasantry, electorate, nobility, poulrty, riches, odds. e. If Noun + Preposition + Noun- comes then we use Singular Nouns both sides. Rows upon rows. Row upon row Days by day. Day by day Days after days. Day after day Note – In exam; Noun+ Preposition + Noun, they give plural form of Noun in questions. Women after women/climbed the rostrum to/ speak against the cruel/practices of dowry and bride burning./ No error Woman after woman 6. Usually we write five rupees, ten mils etc. but when some Noun comes before them then we use five rupee instead of five rupees and ten mile instead of ten miles. Five rupees have been spent. I have a five-rupee note. Noun(five rupees note -would be wrong here) A ten-mile walk. Two ten-rupee notes. Remember one more thing, we don’t use plural form of hyphenated expressions. 7. One of + the + Noun (Plural*) One of the most intelligent boy. boys One of the book. Books Some problems base on this rule One of the problem/ with you/ is that you do not/ come in time/ No error One of the problems 8. i. Either of the boy. (Boys) 9. Similarly Noun of + the + Noun(Plural) 10. Any of + the + Noun (Plural) If the Noun is countable – 11. Noun Uncountable ( Sing.) Most of + the Noun Countable (Plural) All of + the Noun Uncountable (Sing.) Noun Countable (Plural) None of the boy. (boys) The haves should/ not look scornfully/ at the haves not, rather they should/ try to encourage them to work hard and earn their livelihood./ No error. Have nots – the poor, haves – the rich. ‘language consists of several stratums’,/ said a linguist/ in his lecture on Language/ and Linguistics/ No error. Stratum(Singular) – Strata(P) All his sister- in-laws/ are extremely beautiful/ to look at so the question/ of selection is very puzzling./ No error. sisters- in-law The brethrens/ of this locality are always/ at daggers-drawn without any/ apparent reason/ No error.(brethren- plural of brother) The wall of this magnificent/ building is/ fifty foot high and its paintings/ are very striking/ No error. feet
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P4 संज्ञा Noun: Numbers (वचन):Singular and Plural.Countable & Uncountable Noun in Hindi for Beginner
 
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loggers head or logger heads?, Hair or Hairs?, Intestine or Intestines?And many more misused words, idioms, phrases, and grammar rules' related errors by Let's Talk English.Today, we are going to discuss common error related problems based on Noun and Numbers, this is our third lecture in this series. Let's Talk English and let's discuss NOUNS AND NUMBERS Noun and number, one of the mostimportant English grammar topics have been discussed in this lecture.we have discussed only those rules which are important for competition point of view.Hope u all like the video and subscribe online study channel.(गणनीय एवं अगणनीय संज्ञा) Countable and Uncountable Noun : Use, Examples in Hindi for Beginners: The Noun: Numbers (वचन) : Singular and Plural 1. Some Nouns always come singular Luggage, baggage, breakage, furniture, drapery, imagery, scenery, poetry, pottery, machinery, work, paper, wood, iron, stone, glass, dust, rubbish, dirt, electricity, traffic, information, advice, chalk, food, bread, grass. These are uncountable Nouns – so neither we use; a or an before them nor we use ; s/es after them What is a poetry? What is poetry? The sceneries of Kashmir is beautiful. The scenery of Kashmir is beautiful. The wall is made of a stone. The wall is made of stone. Note – But we can use – a piece of/ Pieces of/ a bit of/ bits of/ a loaf of/ loves of/ a heap of/ heaps of; according to the demand of the situation, we can use singular or plural form of it. A loaf of bread Two loves of bread There are some nous which are ends with ‘-s’, but they are singular- News, mathematics, ethics, lingristics, phonectics, policitcs, economics, statistics, measles, mumps, rickests, billiards, darts, droughts, innings etc. 2. There are some Nouns- which have same singular and plural forms. series, species, deer, sheep, fish(sometimes fishes also) Some sea fishes – salmon, turbot, pike, makeral, plaice etc. Headquarters, means, dozen, hundred, thousand, score, agenda etc. Two dozens/ eggs have/been/bought./No error.(Dozen) Two dozens/ of eggs have/ been/ bought/ No error(Dozen eggs) We can’t use of, if a/one/two etc. has been used before dozen, hundred, thousand. Dozens of eggs Hundreds of books In dozens/ in socres/ in hundreds/ in thousands 3. Some collective Nouns, if gives the sense of unit – then singular but if they represent the number of it’s members – then consider as plural. The team is strong The team are fighting among themselves. 4. Some Nouns are always used as plural – a. cattle, people, police, gentry, peasantry, electorate, nobility, poultry, riches, gentry, peasantry, electorate, nobility, poulrty, riches, odds. e. If Noun + Preposition + Noun- comes then we use Singular Nouns both sides. Rows upon rows. Row upon row Days by day. Day by day Days after days. Day after day Note – In exam; Noun+ Preposition + Noun, they give plural form of Noun in questions. Women after women/climbed the rostrum to/ speak against the cruel/practices of dowry and bride burning./ No error Woman after woman 6. Usually we write five rupees, ten mils etc. but when some Noun comes before them then we use five rupee instead of five rupees and ten mile instead of ten miles. Five rupees have been spent. I have a five-rupee note. Noun(five rupees note -would be wrong here) A ten-mile walk. Two ten-rupee notes. Remember one more thing, we don’t use plural form of hyphenated expressions. 7. One of + the + Noun (Plural*) One of the most intelligent boy. boys One of the book. Books Some problems base on this rule One of the problem/ with you/ is that you do not/ come in time/ No error One of the problems 8. i. Either of the boy. (Boys) 9. Similarly Noun of + the + Noun(Plural) 10. Any of + the + Noun (Plural) If the Noun is countable – 11. Noun Uncountable ( Sing.) Most of + the Noun Countable (Plural) All of + the Noun Uncountable (Sing.) Noun Countable (Plural) He uses a fine/ quality of shampoo/ so his hairs are/ black and attractive/ No error Wordsworth’s poetries/ is characterized by his subtle description/ of the beauty and liveliness/ of Nature./ No error The doctor declared that. The patient’s intestine was/ no working properly and so he needed/ medical treatment for a long time/ No Error. He has ordered/ bricks/ for the proposed/ hotel and bar/ No error. When you see his/ off springs, you can’t/ believe that he is / above seventy/No error ‘Please convey my best/ regard and wishes to the Boss’,/ the secretary said to the peon/ of the Manager/ No error The pretty woman/ sitting in the car is/ the daughter of/ the one of the headman of the village/No error
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The Infinite Hotel Paradox - Jeff Dekofsky
 
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Sign up for our newsletter and never miss an animation: http://bit.ly/TEDEdNewsletter View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-infinite-hotel-paradox-jeff-dekofsky Want more? Try to solve the buried treasure riddle: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCeklW2e6_E The Infinite Hotel, a thought experiment created by German mathematician David Hilbert, is a hotel with an infinite number of rooms. Easy to comprehend, right? Wrong. What if it's completely booked but one person wants to check in? What about 40? Or an infinitely full bus of people? Jeff Dekofsky solves these heady lodging issues using Hilbert's paradox. Lesson by Jeff Dekofsky, animation by The Moving Company Animation Studio.
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Definite Article "The" | Animated English Videos | How to Use the Definite Article (THE) In English
 
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How to use Definite Article- The In this module, you will learn how to use the definite article: ‘The’. We use definite article ‘the’ before singular and plural countable and uncountable nouns when the nouns are particular or specific. The definite article 'the' is used before singular and plural countable and uncountable nouns when the nouns are particular or specific. The definite article 'the' always comes before the noun. The cat is sitting under the table. I have found the book that I lost. The cat is sitting under the table. I have found the book that I lost. Here, you can see that definite article “The” always comes before the noun. Agnes, which one of these umbrellas is yours? The umbrella with big black dots is mine. The umbrella with big black dots is mine. In the sentence used by Agnes, “umbrella” is a singular countable noun and definite article “The” has been used just before it. The umbrella with small black dots The umbrella with big black dots Generally, you do not use ‘the’ with uncountable nouns when the uncountable nouns refer to something in general. The article 'the' is not used with uncountable nouns when they refer to something in a general sense but is used when they are particular or specific. I like to drink hot milk. However, you use ‘the’ before uncountable nouns when the uncountable noun is particular or specific. He wrote to the government when he was unfairly fined by the health board. ‘The’ is also used when a noun refers to something unique. 'The' is also used when a noun refers to something unique and with nouns like water, oceans, seas, rivers, deserts, gulfs, peninsulas and points on the globe. The Sun The Moon ‘The’ is also used with nouns like Water Oceans Seas Rivers Deserts Gulfs Forests Peninsulas Points on the Globe The Indian Ocean The Sahara Desert The Persian Gulf ‘The’ is not used with 'The' is not used with the names of countries, states, provinces, streets, cities, towns, continents, islands, lakes and mountains. But if there is a group of states, islands, lakes and mountains, 'the' is always used. Countries States Provinces Streets Cities Towns Continents Islands Lakes Mountains We do not say 'The Australia'. We say 'Australia', which is the name of a country. The Australia. No. It's Australia. But if there is a group of states, islands, lakes and mountains, ‘the’ is always used. The United States of America The Great Lakes The Rockies Mountains Let’s Summarise Definite article “the” is another type of determiner, which is used to modify nouns. It is used to mark singular and plural countable and uncountable nouns, which are particular or specific. It always comes before singular and plural countable and uncountable nouns. In this module, you learnt the use of the definite article 'The'. THANKS FOR WATCHING! PLEASE LIKE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE LEARNING MAVERICKS Learn English Grammar through this video. Learn how to use the articles and speak fluent english.
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Prepositions of place - in, on, at | English grammar
 
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An English grammar lesson to explain when we use the prepositions of place (in, on and at) 0:28 Using the preposition "at" to describe a specific point or place 2:07 The "at" preposition to define an exact address. 3:39 Using the "at" preposition of place for events and buildings 5:45 We can also use "at" when talking about somebody's house or a temporary stop during a journey. 7:33 Standard expressions that use "at" - For example at home, at school, at church etc. 9:00 We use the place preposition "on" for surfaces. Example we can say "Something is on the ceiling", on the table, on the floor etc. 10:30 Another use of "on" is when something is "attached" to something else, for example a ring is on a finger etc. 11:40 The "on" preposition can also be used for a town close to a river or the coast. We also use "on" for talking about places along a road. 13:32 Here is a list of expressions using the "on" preposition - Some examples are "on the farm", "on the left" etc 15:12 "in" is often used for enclosed places or places with a boundary. So we would say "in a forest" or "in a garden". 16:50 The most common use of the "in" preposition is for towns and cities. 17:58 There are some expressions with the "in" preposition like "in the newspaper", "in the sky" and many others. If you liked this video lesson and would like more, please subscribe to my channel, click on the "like" icon and leave a comment below :) Other videos: Grammar lessons: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6BDo90oiwpS4_AM1c0s0ozpROeE2A9ff Countable and uncountable nouns: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6BDo90oiwpSifmU3OsnQuex9lhBxuuOU Listening exercises: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6BDo90oiwpRdmnAzmYwdc0Az0ZOG2XNA Vocabulary videos: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6BDo90oiwpTlYAYSitjwWn29BEdCBi9j Andrew, Crown Academy of English Private English lessons & speaking practice: http://goo.gl/NCjX6O http://www.crownacademyenglish.com http://twitter.com/Crown_English http://www.youtube.com/user/CrownAcademyEnglish Photo credits ------------- "Confused Young Woman. Mixed Expression" Image courtesy of stockimages | FreeDigitalPhotos.net "Handsome Male Professional Pointing Away" Image courtesy of stockimages | FreeDigitalPhotos.net
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What is the plural of fish?
 
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Tuna Tornado https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6HdoIsLMFg Speaking English - Irregular Plural Nouns https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MSrkgwSgS0 English Lessons - Fish Plural https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxkcXfwW-98 Learn English Grammar: 12 Irregular Plural Nouns https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-PR4e04Kwo Hello folks! Juliano here! Today I have a question for you. Do you know what is the plural of fish? Well, every language has some or several words that have irregular plural forms. Right? And English is no exception. I have here with me today one fish. His name is Nemo. I borrowed it from my daughters. I hope they don’t mind. Well, Nemo is world famous. He is one fish. But, what if I had more than one? What if I had two or three or many? How could I say it? What is the plural of fish? I’m gonna tell you right now. The plural of fish is fish. The same word. The same pronunciation. Nothing changes. For example: one fish, two fish, three fish, many fish. That’s it, the same word for singular or plural. That’s how it is. Very simple, isn’t it? Some people could think that the plural of fish would be fishes. And, in fact, this word exists in English. But it relates to another thing, in another context. “Fishes” refers to different kinds of fish or different species of fish. For example, in the computer-animated film “Finding Nemo”, we can see many fishes. And some examples are: clownfish, blue tang and shark. And now let’s do a little exercise to see if you understood the difference between fish in plural and fishes. Take a look at the following image. How many fish are there in this image? One, two, three. We have here three fish. Right? And now I ask you another question. How many fishes are there in this image? One and two. We have two different species of fish: clownfish and blue tang. You see? In the same image we have 3 fish but only 2 fishes. But this word “fishes” is very technical and I think none of us would use it in our daily lives. So don’t worry about the word fishes. You just have to remember the word fish for singular or plural, the same word. And I have just one more question for you. What is the collective of fish? How do we call a group of fish swimming together in the ocean? How do we call it? It’s very interesting! We call it a school. Yes, school. The same word as the place where children go to have classes. But in this case it means a group of fish. We can talk about a school of sharks, for example. I’m gonna show you some pictures. This is a school of sharks, a group of sharks. And this other picture is also a school of sharks, many sharks together. And now I’m gonna show you a big school of fish. In this video, you can see a school of tuna. The name of the video is “Tuna Tornado”, because this is a very big, an enormous school of tuna, and they are swimming together in the form of a tornado. It’s really incredible! I already knew this word “school” referring to a group of fish, but very recently I heard it again in a film called “Manchester by the Sea”. This film received six nominations for the Oscars now in 2017, and it won two Oscars, for Best Actor and Best Original Screenplay. It’s really a very good film. I really recommend it to you. And there’s one scene in this movie where they are on a boat, and one of the characters says the following: “You know, I've seen a school of sharks tear a boat to pieces like it was made of cardboard, because some kid threw a band-aid in the water.” It’s a man who says it, and he is with his son, and it’s some kind of joke. And then they keep talking about sharks and even discuss if sharks swim in schools or not. That’s what I wanted to share with you today: the plural of fish, which is fish; also the word “fishes”, which means different kinds or different species of fish; and the collective of fish: school, which can be used for several kinds of groups of fish swimming together. Right? There are many other examples in the English language. For example, the word “sheep” also has its plural as the same word “sheep”. I don’t know if you remember, but the sheep was the first mammal to ever be cloned. It happened in 1996. The name of the sheep was Dolly. And so, they had one sheep, they cloned it, and then they got two sheep. And I’m going to put here in the description of the video links to other videos with more examples of irregular plural nouns in English. And I hope you’ll have fun discovering what other words have irregular plural forms. That’s it for today, folks! See you in the next video! Goodbye!
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Is Atlantic Ocean Fresh Water Or Salt Water?
 
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NOUN OF NUMBER SERIES - 4// NOUN OF  NUMBER  ও  তার প্রকারভেদ
 
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HERE YOU WILL KNOW MORE ABOUT NOUN OF NUMBER COUNTABLE NOUN UNCOUNTABLE NOUN SINGULAR NOUN PLURAL NOUN NOUN OF NUMBER জানুন নবরূপে// NOUN OF NUMBER তার প্রকারভেদ সংখ্যাবাচক বিশেষ্য পদ FOR P.S.C.,S.S.C.,L.D.C.,U.D.C.,U.P.S.C.,C.G.L.,P.G.C.L.,W.B.C.S.,RAIL ,BANK ,ETC ENGLISH-BENGALI সমস্ত ধরণের প্রতীযোগিতামূলক পরীক্ষার উপযোগী LEARN ENGLISH EASILY IN BENGALI LEARN EASY ENGLISH GRAMMAR IN BENGALI ENGLISH GRAMMAR CLASSES IN BENGALI HOW TO LEARN ENGLISH GRAMMAR IN BENGALI LEARN ENGLISH AT HOME BASIC ENGLISH IN BENGALI পরীক্ষায় ইংরেজিতে সফল হওয়ার চাবিকাঠি #nounofnumberinbengali #countablenoun #uncountablenoun #singularnoun #pluralnoun
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NONE: Singular or plural? | Comma Queen | The New Yorker
 
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Comma Queen washes ashore, proclaims “none” has undergone a sea change. Still haven’t subscribed to The New Yorker on YouTube ►► http://bit.ly/newyorkeryoutubesub CONNECT WITH THE NEW YORKER Web: http://www.newyorker.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/NewYorker Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/newyorker Google+: http://plus.google.com/+newyorker Instagram: http://instagram.com/newyorkermag Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thenewyorker Tumblr: http://newyorker.tumblr.com The Scene: http://thescene.com/thenewyorker Want even more? Subscribe to The Scene: http://bit.ly/subthescene NONE: Singular or plural? | Comma Queen | The New Yorker Producer: Sky Dylan-Robbins and Emily Rhyne
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Dumping of waste into the Indian Ocean halted by MPs
 
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http://www.nation.co.ke The Parliamentary Committee on Environment and Natural Resources has halted the ongoing dumping of solid waste from the Kibarani dumpsite to the Indian Ocean along the Makupa Causeway in Mombasa. The dumpsite was shut down by Governor Hassan Joho a month ago but the waste is being dumped into the sea. The area is set to be turned into a recreational park.
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Food English Vocabulary (Study Flashcards Now)
 
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Food English Vocabulary (Study Flashcards Now) A noun is just one of “The Eight Parts” of the English language. A noun is the name of a person, place, thing or idea. A proper noun is a word that always starts with a capital letter or to name a specific one-of-a-kind item. Common nouns are words used to name general items. Please note that a word is just a word until you decide how to use it. Most nouns can also be used as a verb. Examples Common nouns are in bold type. Q: Is that your car? A: Yes, I just bought it a few days ago. Q: Why are they running down the street? A: They need to catch the bus! Q: Do you want to buy a pair of jeans? A: Yes, let’s go to the shop! Proper nouns are in bold type. Q: What is your fathers name? A: His name is Bob. Q: What city do you live in? A: I live in London. Q: Who is Mr Jones married to? A: He is married to Sally. Vocabulary Bank Specific: Compare to just one or the word “exact”. One-of-a-kind: Only one was created. Common: Something there is many of. Catch: To get on the bus before it leaves. Decide: To choose something from another or others. FREE English Resources at https://larisaenglishclub.com/
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What Is The Definition Of Solitary?
 
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The term may refer to shortened form of 20 dec 2010 max is such a solitary person. A person who lives alone or in solitude, avoids the society of others. Alone not forming part of a group or cluster flowers at the end stalk and solitary wasps. Note its similarity to words like solo and, for all you card players out there, solitaire. Meaning of solitary in longman dictionary contemporary wiktionary. Solitary synonyms, solitary pronunciation, translation, english dictionary definition of solitaryexisting, living, or going without synonyms for at thesaurus with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. He doesn't even one side has the word, definition. Before noun] done alone; Without other people she enjoys long solitary walks meaning, definition, what is used to emphasize that there only one learn more (countable and uncountable, plural solitaries). )) definition of solitary. Solitary definition of solitary by the free dictionarythesaurus. A being, living, or going alone without companionsb saddened by isolation solitary meaning, definition, what is a person thing the only in place. Solitary meaning in hindi, what is of solitary hindi dictionary, audio pronunciation, synonyms and definitions english definition solitary_1 adjective oxford advanced learner's dictionary. One who lives performed, passed, or endured alonea solitary lifeDefine at dictionary definition of by merriam webster. What is solitary (adjective)? Solitary (adjective) meaning, pronunciation and more by macmillan dictionary dictionaryone who lives in solitude; Confinement of a prisoner isolation from other prisoners; 'he was held solitary'; Separated or mnemonicdictionary meaning memory aid (called mnemonic) to retain that for long time our look up solitariness wiktionary, the free. Dictionary and word of the day define solitary (adjective) get synonyms. The definition of solitary is someone or something that single, lonely alone. The player pulled a solitary (soli) play definition of written for english language learners from the merriam webster learner's dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and student 2 entries found. An example of solitary is a person living in large house alone comes to us from the latin solus, which means. You can take a solitary definition person or animal that is spends lot of time alone Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples define. Define solitary at dictionary definition of by merriam webster. Solitary (adjective) definition and synonyms solitary meaning of by mnemonic dictionaryurban dictionary., 'alone, living alone,' from old french solitaire, from latin solitarius 'alone, lonely, isolated,' from solitas 'loneliness, solitude,' from solus 'alone' (see sole (adj. Solitary is the state of being alone or in solitude. Define solitary at dictionary a existence. Learn more done or existing alone, single; Only meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, and from oxford dictionaries adjective. Solitary meaning in hindi sol
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What Is The Collective Noun For Humans?
 
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HELP SUPPORT NAME EXPLAIN ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/nameexplain PRE-ORDER MY BOOK: http://bit.ly/originofnames TWITTER: https://twitter.com/NameExplainYT Thank you to all my Patrons for supporting the channel! SOURCES AND FURTHER READING Group on Etymonline: https://www.etymonline.com/word/group Terms of Venery: https://linguisticator.com/terms-of-venery/ Who Decides On The Right Collective Noun For Something?: https://blog.oxforddictionaries.com/2012/08/09/collective-nouns/ Why Are There So Many Different Words For Groups Of Animals?: https://www.reddit.com/r/NoStupidQuestions/comments/2o5kfe/why_are_there_so_many_different_words_for_groups/ A Shrewdness of Apes And Other Odd Group Names: https://www.treehugger.com/culture/a-shrewdness-of-apes-and-other-odd-group-names.html Collective Nouns: http://www.collectivenouns.biz/ Library On Etymonline: https://www.etymonline.com/word/library Quiver on Etymonline: https://www.etymonline.com/word/quiver Origin Of The Word Cocktail For An Alcoholic Drink: http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2014/07/origin-word-cocktail-alcoholic-drink/ Herd On Etymonline: https://www.etymonline.com/word/herd Flock On Etymonline: https://www.etymonline.com/word/flock#etymonline_v_8901 An Unkindness Of Ravens: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Unkindness-Ravens-Book-Collective-Nouns/dp/1782433082/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1538557388&sr=8-2&keywords=collective+nouns Marty Gots a Plan Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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Is Sex Countable???
 
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While staying at the Blue Mountains Holiday House, we discuss whether 'sex' is countable or uncountable. My conclusion is that it's uncountable (except for the meaning I mention in the video). An explanation of countable and uncountable nouns: http://www.perfectyourenglish.com/grammar/countable-nouns.htm And the Grammar Geek sez: http://thegrammargeeksez.blogspot.com/2010/05/death-of-countable-noun.html
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Clases de ingles SUSTANTIVOS CONTABLES E INCONTABLES
 
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Queridos amigos, en este vídeo vamos a aprender el vocabulario básico de los alimentos, con el objetivo, de , posteriormente clasificarlos en sustantivos contables e incontables, más conocidos en inglés como countable and uncountable nouns. Espero que sea de su agrado. No olvide de suscribirse a este su canal inglesparatuvida y darle click al botón de me gusta. Muchas Gracias! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZWQmQmV8S88yLagjoa0FMw Aquí les dejo los links de todos mis vídeos.Muchas Gracias! Vídeos del 0 al 100 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA_mWqjpdcSN2oG0z9gMn3oe_WTIGXbrT Vídeos del 101 al 200 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA_mWqjpdcSPVXnlAYWGHobgz5TPl_Q_6 Vídeos del 201 al 300 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA_mWqjpdcSPKLCBypGCePTR9jX7pM_DF Vídeos del 301 al 400 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA_mWqjpdcSPKjYnV5LjSuCrGjwoCtMvv Vídeos del 401 al 500 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA_mWqjpdcSPWhk6oZKFs4eMu_JOcg0Pq Vídeos del 501 al 600 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA_mWqjpdcSOkDJWaMgJaldVSdExVRTUh Vídeos del 601 al 700 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA_mWqjpdcSMcKjI1YHX6tYmgluP3hNiT Vídeos del 701 al 800 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA_mWqjpdcSO1zhrJEsMCdtoFCGTg6tMB Vídeos del 801 al 900 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA_mWqjpdcSNuhz4ZWoTlZ1-5NWlYDz_k Vídeos del 901 al 1000 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA_mWqjpdcSN64PxCj0unxEz3tSB-Lkdb
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Parts of speech " Noun " . Mr Champion .
 
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the sentence : An old fisherman who had no luck hooked a huge fish that pulled his boat far out to sea . My Facebook account : https://www.facebook.com/AnasMMostaf
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Present and Past Passives: The Grammar Gameshow Episode 16
 
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Welcome to the Grammar Gameshow! Test your knowledge in this crazy quiz! The presenter is a bit strange, the points don't make sense and the prizes could use some improvement, but at least the grammar is correct! So, despite heart break, Selene made it through. How will she be able to cope any longer? This time she’ll need to answer questions on present and past passives! Those whodunit verb forms that are made with ‘be’ and a past participle. Who will be our second contestant? What’s the big surprise? Can love win through? Find out in this episode of the Grammar Gameshow! For more information, a quiz and other episodes, visit: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/course/tgg/ Do you want to learn how to speak English? Then join us here on YouTube for great grammar, drama, news, study, pronunciation, vocabulary, music, interviews and celebrity videos. Every day we have a new video to help you with English. We also produce regular 'extra' videos across the week so come back every day to see what's new. MONDAY: The English We Speak TUESDAY: News Review TUESDAY: English At Work WEDNESDAY: The Grammar Gameshow and LingoHack THURSDAY: 6 Minute English FRIDAY: The Experiment (watch this space for new and exciting content that we are trying out!) We like receiving and reading your comments - please use English when you comment. For more videos and content that will help you learn English, visit our website: http://www.bbclearningenglish.com
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Is The Word Handsome An Adjective?
 
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A/AN & THE articles - EXPLAINED! w/Eloquence International English
 
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Countable and Uncountable Nouns The can be used with uncountable nouns, or the article can be omitted entirely. "I love to sail over the water" (some specific body of water) or "I love to sail over water" (any water). "He spilled the milk all over the floor" (some specific milk, perhaps the milk you bought earlier that day) or "He spilled milk all over the floor" (any milk). "A/an" can be used only with countable nouns. "I need a bottle of water." "I need a new glass of milk." Most of the time, you can't say, "She wants a water," unless you're implying, say, a bottle of water. Geographical use of the There are some specific rules for using the with geographical nouns. Do not use the before: names of most countries/territories: Italy, Mexico, Bolivia; however, the Netherlands, the Dominican Republic, the Philippines, the United States names of cities, towns, or states: Seoul, Manitoba, Miami names of streets: Washington Blvd., Main St. names of lakes and bays: Lake Titicaca, Lake Erie except with a group of lakes like the Great Lakes names of mountains: Mount Everest, Mount Fuji except with ranges of mountains like the Andes or the Rockies or unusual names like the Matterhorn names of continents (Asia, Europe) names of islands (Easter Island, Maui, Key West) except with island chains like the Aleutians, the Hebrides, or the Canary Islands Do use the before: names of rivers, oceans and seas: the Nile, the Pacific points on the globe: the Equator, the North Pole geographical areas: the Middle East, the West deserts, forests, gulfs, and peninsulas: the Sahara, the Persian Gulf, the Black Forest, the Iberian Peninsula Omission of Articles Some common types of nouns that don't take an article are: Names of languages and nationalities: Chinese, English, Spanish, Russian (unless you are referring to the population of the nation: "The Spanish are known for their warm hospitality.") Names of sports: volleyball, hockey, baseball Names of academic subjects: mathematics, biology, history, computer science
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Singular Nouns, Plural nouns, Count Nouns and Noncount Nouns- Join our English Class!
 
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Partitives, Collectives and Quantifiers
 
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Brief project on English 09 (Advanced Grammar) way back in my undergraduate days.
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TNC Predator vs Mineski, Game 3, SEA Qualifier The Chongqing Major
 
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Запись третьей карты матча между TNC Predator и Mineski в рамках Playoff SEA квалификации на The Chongqing Major. Комментируют: 4liver #Dota2 #ChongqingMajor Подписывайся на наш канал: http://bit.ly/dotasltv_subscribe Подписывайся на наш контент-канал: http://bit.ly/sltv_content Присоединяйся к нашему паблику: http://vk.com/dotasltv Общайся с нами в твиттере: http://twitter.com/dotasltv Ищи самые крутые фотографии с наших турниров: http://instagram.com/dotasltv Ставь лайк нашей странице в ФБ: http://facebook.com/dotasltv
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Nouns, Pronouns & Adjectives | English Grammar Compilation | Roving Genius
 
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Check out our other videos here http://vid.io/xq6O Nouns, Pronouns & Adjectives | English Grammar Compilation | Roving Genius 0:08 Nouns 6:04 Pronouns 8:27 Adjectives Let us know if you like it by commenting below! Also do share the video with your Family, friends and kids and spread the knowledge. You can watch our videos on English Grammar at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZnpJUG_Dz0YH7scQfRRYQR7gkEclrumf On Kindergarten Concepts at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZnpJUG_Dz0aAKabEqnub6KXzRfQ6EJQK On writing Alphabet Letters at: https://youtu.be/FcVna90JmFk?list=PLZnpJUG_Dz0aUmRQmA-bt7ZBxA6Hpdb1B On Science Concepts at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZnpJUG_Dz0beAfwXjFkzpb7TqhSsy9O0 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RovingGenius/ Follow Us @ https://twitter.com/Roving_Genius Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+RovingGenius
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Study English - Series 1, Episode 13: Under the sea
 
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In this epsiode we're going to look at articles, indefinite articles 'a' and 'an' and the definite article 'the'. For more information go to: http://www.australiaplus.com/international/learn-english/under-the-sea/7444576 To view captions (subtitles) for this video, click on the 'CC' button on the player control bar to turn captions on. You can also view in multiple languages by selecting 'translate captions'.
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How big is infinity? - Dennis Wildfogel
 
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View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-big-is-infinity Using the fundamentals of set theory, explore the mind-bending concept of the "infinity of infinities" -- and how it led mathematicians to conclude that math itself contains unanswerable questions. Lesson by Dennis Wildfogel, animation by Augenblick Studios.
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Other vs. Another Other vs Another Definition Difference Between Other and Another Other Grammar
 
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I would like another mustache, please. Other vs. Another Other vs Another Definition Difference Between Other and Another Other Grammar English grammar lessons - The Other Vs. Another Not the one or ones previously referred to. Other people would do it Determiner another One more, in addition to a former number; a second or additional one, similar in likeness or in effect.   Yes, I'd like another slice of cake, thanks. Not the same; different. Do you know another way to do this job? Any or some; any different person, indefinitely; anyone else; someone else. He has never known another like her. Arabic: (indefinite) ثانٍ (ṯānin) Egyptian Arabic: تاني m (tani) Bulgarian: друг (bg) (drug), още един (ošté edín) Chinese: Mandarin: 再 (zh) (zài) Czech: další (cs), druhý (cs), ještě jeden Danish: en til, endnu en Dutch: nog een Finnish: lisää (fi) French: plus (fr), un de plus Georgian: please add this translation if you can German: noch einer, noch eine f, noch eines n Greek: άλλο ένα (állo éna) Hebrew: אחר (he) (akhér) Icelandic: annar (is) m, önnur (is) f, annað (is) n Jamaican Creole: aneda, anieda Japanese: もう一つ (mō hitotsu), もう (mō) Korean: 또 하나 (tto hana) Lao: please add this translation if you can Latin: alius (la) Macedonian: уште еден (úšte éden) Polish: jeszcze jeden, kolejny (pl), następny (pl) Portuguese: outro (pt) Romanian: încă o, încă un Russian: ещё один (ješčó odín), другой (ru) (drugój) Serbo-Croatian: Cyrillic: још један Roman: još jedan Swahili: nyingine (sw) Swedish: en (sv) till (sv), ännu (sv) en, ytterligare (sv) en Turkish: bir ... da Adjective other (comparative more other, superlative most other) See other (determiner) below second. I get paid every other week. Noun grammar (countable and uncountable, plural grammars) A system of rules and principles for speaking and writing a language. (uncountable, linguistics) The study of the internal structure of words (morphology) and the use of words in the construction of phrases and sentences (syntax). Noun definition (plural definitions) (semantics) A statement of the meaning of a word or word group or a sign or symbol (dictionary definitions). A statement expressing the essential nature of something; formulation Skype: agharta78 The Definitive Collection: English Prepositions Solved Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Definitive-Collection-Prepositions-Real-World-Examples-ebook/dp/B00D48GQO4 Paperback: http://www.amazon.com/Definitive-Collection-English-Prepositions-Grammar/dp/1493775367/
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Articles 'a', 'an', 'the' and no article - Lesson 9
 
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How do we use the articles 'a', 'an', 'the' and no article? This is a difficult subject for students of English, and I hope this intermediate lesson will help you understand how they are used. Please try this quiz http://www.quiz.biz/quizz-853469.html Use A / AN The first time something is mentioned When it doesn't matter which one, or you don't know which one When the object is singular and countable With professions Use THE When there is only one When we already know which one With mountain ranges With groups of islands With rivers, seas, oceans, and groups of lakes With groups of people (nations) With superlatives With inventions Use NO ARTICLE With indefinite plural or uncountable nouns With names With towns and cities With countries With continents With 1 Lake / 1 Mountain With planets (Note these exceptions! the Earth, the Sun and the Moon too) More lessons and quizzes on my blog https://www.skype-lessons.com/online-english-lessons/ More lessons on gerunds and infinitives here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlx0uiAR8a4&list=PLEHBbj8NPA2ykYynnFugS4EJBwYfl3Djm And phrasal verbs are here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=677aAF3dM3E&list=PLEHBbj8NPA2z5GB5GBRxzl6IOi2iHukOn&index=1
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Preposition of motion - संबंध सूचक अव्यय (गति) - इंग्लिश बोलना सीखे - English Speaking in Hindi
 
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Preposition of motion - संबंध सूचक अव्यय - इंग्लिश बोलना सीखे - English Speaking in Hindi. Learn English speaking and translation through Hindi Prepositions (of motion) संबंध सूचक अव्यय (गति) Words which join a noun or pronoun to other part of the sentence are called preposition. ‘Prepositions of place, time, motion.’ Prepositions of motion जो विभक्ति संज्ञा या सर्वनाम के समय की सूचना दे। Into, along, across, towards, to, by, through, around, up, down, off, onto, over, past. ‘Into’ Indicates the movement from the outside to the inside of something. ‘into the pond’, ‘into the fire’. उसने नदी में छलांग लगा दी। He jumped into the river. ‘along’ Indicates movement from one end to the other end. ‘along the river bank’, ‘along the road’. हम नदी के किनारे चल रहे थे। We were walking along the river. ‘across’ Indicates movement from one side to the other of something. ‘across the road’, ‘across the sea. मार्किट सड़क के उस पर है। The market is across the road. ‘towards’ Used to mean ‘in the direction of’. ‘towards the north’, ‘towards Delhi’ हिमालय पर्वत उत्तर की तरफ हैं। The Himalaya mountains are towards the north. ‘to’ Used to indicate the destination. ‘to America’, ‘to the shop’, ‘to your house’, ‘to school’ बच्चे स्कूल जा रहे हैं। Children are going to school. ‘by’ Expresses the means of an action. ‘by train’, ‘by coaching’, ‘by sea’ हम स्कूल बस से जाते हैं। We go to school by bus. ‘through’ Denotes motion within an object from one end to the other. ‘through the tunnel’, ‘through the room’ रेलगाड़ी पाँछ सुरंगों में से निकलती है। The train passes through five tunnels. ‘around’ Indicates to go in a circular direction due to an obstacle. ‘around the world’, ‘around the park’. हम विष्व के चारों ओर घूम के आए। We went around the World. ‘up’ Indicates the movement of ascent. ‘up the tree’, ‘up the ladder’ बन्दर पेड़ के ऊपर चढ़ गया। The monkey climbed up the tree. ‘down’ Indicates the motion of descent. ‘down the stairs’, ‘down the road’ वह सीढ़ियों से नीचे गया है। He has gone down the stairs. ‘off’ Indicates the motion away from a surface. ‘off the wall’, ‘off the ceiling’. बिल्ली ने दीवार के ऊपर से छलांग मारी। The cat jumped off the wall. ‘onto’ Indicates motion of ascent and the present place of anyone. ‘onto the table’, ‘onto the roof’ चोर छत के ऊपर चढ़ गए। The thieves climbed onto the roof. ‘over’ Indicates the motion to pass above something. ‘over the pool’, ‘over the fence’ हम बाढ़ के ऊपर से कूद गए। We jumped over the fence. ‘past’ Indicates motion to a place further than a particular point. ‘past the post office’, ‘past her house’ मैं डाक घर के आगे से आया हूँ। I just walked past the post office. Practice sentences सड़क के किनारे पेड़ लगे हुए हैं। There are trees along the road. क्या ये बस शिमला की तरफ जा रही है ? Is this bus going towards Shimla? वे पहाड़ी के ऊपर चढ़ गए। They climbed up the mountain. पेड़ से उतरो। Get off the tree. हम पहाड़ से नीचे उतर कर झील की ओर गए। We went down the hill towards the lake. ये जहाज़ इंग्लैंड जा रहा है। This ship is going to England. सेना कांटेदार तारों के ऊपर से निकल गई। The army crossed the barbed wires. पानी पाइप में से बह रहा है। Water is flowing through the pipe. बच्चों ने तालाब में छलांग मार दी। The boys jumped into the pool. THANK YOU --- Also See Video Prepositions of place - Learn English through Hindi - Prepositions - संबंध सूचक अव्यय https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JynI8fPTZNg Also See Preposition of Time - संबंध सूचक अव्यय समय - इंग्लिश बोलना सीखे - English Speaking in Hindi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sccybFsEDLQ SUBSCRIBE to our Channel https://www.youtube.com/englishacademy1 Learn to speak English. The focus of this channel is to help you learn English so that you speak English fluently. We also publish Videos on English School Lessons for CBSE and ICSE Schools English Grammar Lessons https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9vL8QnJ37pIpLUJKUf50xcHVYLtONI8s How to score better Marks in Exams https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAVT89QctP4 Also See our website https://www.successcds.net Follow us: http://www.facebook.com/SuccessCD http://google.com/+successcds https://twitter.com/entranceexam https://twitter.com/successcds http://www.youtube.com/successcds1 http://www.youtube.com/englishacademy1
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Learning English Grammar: Proper Noun and Common Noun
 
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1500+ Learning Videos are available at http://www.youtube.com/ikenedu Nouns are the important part of English Grammar. So have you started learning about Nouns? About its kinds? Yes? Then this video is right for you to understand the concept of Common Noun and Proper Noun in a fun learning way. This video tells you everything about these 2 kinds for Noun and also the difference between them with suitable examples. After Watching this video you will be able to differentiate between Common and Proper nouns.
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From Sea to Sky on Vancouver Island
 
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A cold and blustery day on Vancouver Island means a visit to Columbia Beach outside of Parksville, BC to check out the windsurfing and kite surfing views, followed by a trip to the Coombs Country Market to see if there are any goats on the roof yet. Oh, and I share how 4,000 teenagers on a train changed my summer plans! Music: http://soundcloud.com/andrewapplepie CHECK OUT NEW VLOGS EVERY MONDAY MORNING ... you'll see my weekly adventures roaming around on Vancouver Island, impacting lives as a youth pastor in my city, and having fun with my family! instagram: http://instagram.com/heydanking twitter: http://twitter.com/heydanking facebook: http://facebook.com/heydanking #vancouverisland #parksville #exploreBC #windsurfing
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Fast Food Vocabulary | Learn english vocabulary with Pictures Lesson 19
 
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http://bit.ly/GetTeachersPersonalForYou Fast Food Vocabulary | Learn english vocabulary with Pictures Lesson 19 Subcribe now ! http://goo.gl/aUYrCE to receive next lesson -------------------------------------------------------------- Best playlist to learn english everyday: 1/ English vocabulary words with meaning through Picture https://goo.gl/PP6Y3h 2/ English Conversation https://goo.gl/jRqvEF 3/ Learn english vocabulary with picture https://goo.gl/022V7w ----------------------------------------­-------------------- Fast food /fɑ:st/ /fu:d/ French fries /frentʃ/ /frai/ Hamburger /'hæmbə:gə/ Cheeseburger /tʃi:zbə:gə/ Soda /'soudə/ Iced tea /aist/ /ti:/ Hot dog /hɔt/ /dɔg/ Green salad /gri:n/ /'sæləd/ Pizza Nachos Taco Milk shake /milk/ /ʃeik/ Frozen yogurt /fri:z/ /'jɑ:ə:t/ Booth /bu:ð/ Eat /i:t/ Muffin /'mʌfin/ Doughnut /'dounʌt/ Counter /'kauntə/ Lettuce/'letis/ Salad bar /'sæləd/ /bɑ:/ Salad dressing /'sæləd/ /'dresiɳ/ Drink /driɳk/ Straw /strɔ:/ Sugar /'ʃugə/ Sugar substitute /'ʃugə/ /'sʌbstitju:t/ Ketchup /'ketʃəp/ Mustard /'mʌstəd/ Mayonnaise /,meiə'neiz/ Relish /'reliʃ/ Fried eggs Chips /tʃip/ A soft drink /ei/ /sɔft/ /driɳk/ --------------------------------------------------------------- Join Group Facebook Discussion: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LearnEnglishByCartoon/ Follow us On G+: https://plus.google.com/+LearnEnglishbyCartoon/posts Follow us On twiter: https://twitter.com/ttd_start_now Follow us On Youtube Chanel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LearnEnglishbyCartoon ----------------------------------------------------------- Thanks for watching ! This video create by TEAM3S. Do not reupload !
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