Day 47-Spoken English to School Teachers - Learn Grammar

Day 47-Spoken English to School Teachers - Learn Grammar

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SPOKEN ENGLISH DAY-47 (11-05-2016)
Dear friends let us learn to use 'has/have/had'
We use has /have /had ' as main verb to express the following :
1. Possession/ ownership
2. Parts of somethimg
3. Relationships
4. Food habits
5. Minor ailments (health problems)
6. To talk about a place / person.

Grammar focus:
Here we use
1. Has/have --present
2. Had----past
3. Noun or adjective

Sentence structure
Subject (I we you they)+ have + noun(adj).
Subject (he, she, it )+ has + noun (adj).
Subject +had + noun (adj)
For eg:
1. I have a car.
2. My father has a plot in Banjara hills.
3. My car has WiFi connectivity.
4. I have two siblings
5. I have a cousin the US. She has two children and a well paid job there.
6. I have cold whereas my brother has a runny nose.
7. I had head ache yesterday.
8. They had a review meeting last week.

Negative structure
Subject + don't /doesn't + have + noun (adj)
Subject +didn't +have+noun (adj).
1. I don't have a credit card.
2. My uncle doesn't have any children.
3. My car doesn't have centralised locking system.
4. I don't have hypotension (low blood pressure)
5. I didn't have knowledge of computers earlier.
6. We didn't have a house of our own a few years ago.

Do/ Does +Sub+have+n oun (adj) ?
Did +sub+ have+ noun (adj )?
1. Do you have an appointment with doctor today?
2. Does he have a son?
3. Does she have excellent culinary skills?
4. Does Suresh have leadership skills?
5. Did you have a conference yesterday?
6. Did you have power cut in your area?

Idioms surrounding school and education
1. Book worm: someone who reads a lot.
Eg: Rakesh is such a book worm. He can always be found reading.
2. Brainstorm: to think of new ideas.
Eg: All the teachers decided to brainstorm a theme for the next school play.
3. Copy cat: someone who copies the work of others.
Rani is a copy cat. She was looking at my answers while we were taking the test.
4. Hit the books: to begin to study hard.
Eg: After relaxing all weekend, I hit the books on Sunday evening.
5. Pass with flying colours : to pass or qualify an exam with a high score.
Many students passed the SSC exam with flying colours.

Today lets observe the difference in the usage of
'With and by'
with ' has several uses. Lets observe each one with an example.

With (తొ )
'With' is used
1. to indicate 'together' (కలిసి )
She went to a movie with her friend.

2. to indicate 'having' (కలిగి ఉన్న )
The lady with long hair is my sister

3. to indicate 'using' (ఉపయోగించి )
She wrote a letter with the pen I gave her.

4. to indicate 'feeling' (భావన )
The singer performed on stage with confidence. indicate agreement or understanding (ఒప్పందము )
Are you in agreement with me?

'by' (ద్వారా )
let us observe the uses of 'by'. It is used
1. to indicate proximity/ relationship( సామీప్యత )
He was standing by me.
Can I sit by you?

2. to indicate a person has done something. (చేత )
The fan was repaired by the mechanic.

3. to indicate an action with a purpose. (ఉద్దేశ్యంతో )
you can pass the exam by preparing for it.

4. to indicate a method or mean. (విధము/ పద్ధతి )
They came by car.

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