Saturday, 23 July 2016

Writing Your First Sentences:-



Here is a step by step guide to writing your first sentences in English. Follow each step and your sentence will go from simple to complex. Follow these steps to learn how to write three types of simple sentences and learn about parts of speech.
Understand what subjects and verbs are.
Sentence 1
Write down a subject and the verb to 'be'. Here are your possibilities:
I am
You are (1 person)
She is
He is
It is
We are
You are (2 or more people)
They are
you can also use names:
Tom is
Anna and Susan are
Mary is
Choose an adjective. Adjectives are words that describe how something or someone is. Here are some adjectives:
big / small
fat / thin
old / new
old / young
easy / difficult
beautiful / ugly
handsome / ugly
fast / slow
funny / boring
interesting / boring
tall / short
intelligent / stupid
Combine your subject with 'to be' with an adjective to write your first complete sentence! Here are some examples:
I am old.
You are young.
She beautiful.
He is thin.
It is new.
We are tall.
You are intelligent.
They are fast.
Sentence 2
Write down a subject and the verb 'to be' as you did above.
I am
You are (1 person)
She is
He is
It is
We are
You are (2 or more people)
They are
Choose a noun. Nouns are objects, people, places, jobs at work - in other words the things we find in the world. Let's begin with what people are. People can be:
doctor
student
banker
teacher
lawyer
Combine the subject and 'to be' with the noun. Place 'a' before the noun when it is one person. Use 's' at the end of the word if there are two people or more.
I am a teacher.
You are a student.
He is a lawyer.
She is a doctor.
We are teachers.
You are students.
They are doctors.
For things, you can use other nouns. Remember to place 'a' before the noun if it is one, or add 's' if there are more than one.
It is a book.
It is a computer.
It is a house.
They are cars.
They are bikes.
They are candles.
Congratulations! Now you can write two types of sentences. Let's review:
I am tall. I am a student.
You are funny. You are a teacher.
He is fat. He is a banker.
It is difficult. It is a test.
She is beautiful. She is a student.
We are intelligent. We are students.
You are young. You are lawyers.
They are thin. They are doctors.
They are expensive. They are cars.
Sentence 3
Combine the two sentences to make a third type of sentence. It's easy! Take the adjective and place it before the noun after 'a'. Now you have a third type of sentence. Let's use the sentences from before:
I am tall. I am a student. -> I am a tall student.
You are funny. You are a teacher. -> You are a funny teacher.
He is fat. He is a banker. -> He is a fat banker.
It is difficult. It is a test. -> It is a difficult test.
She is beautiful. She is a student. -> She is a beautiful student.
We are intel
ligent. We are students. -> We are intelligent students.
You are young. You are lawyers. -> You are young lawyers.
They are thin. They are doctors. -> They are thin doctors.
They are expensive. They are cars. -> They are expensive cars.
Congratulations on completing the first step to writing sentences in English. Next, learn how to use verbs such as play, go, cook, eat, sleep, work, and more.

Cheers Guys!!!