The noun group

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  • This book is designed to provide the essential elements of French grammar, for students in the final year of school and in the first and later years of higher education. Advanced learners will find much that is useful for extending their knowledge of French, and for revision. The book is organized in two major sections: a reference section containing the structures of grammar and a section containing functional grammar. Each section includes cross-references to the other.

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  • To acquire noun phrases from running texts is useful for many applications, such as word grouping, terminology indexing, etc. The reported literatures adopt pure probabilistic approach, or pure rule-based noun phrases grammar to tackle this problem. In this paper, we apply a probabilistic chunker to deciding the implicit boundaries of constituents and utilize the linguistic knowledge to extract the noun phrases by a finite state mechanism.

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  • A simple sentence has one clause, beginning with a noun group called the subject. The subject is the person or thing that the sentence is about. This is followed by a verb group, which tells you what the subject is doing, or describes the subject's situation.

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  • Cultural symbols are each race’s moral and spiritual values or those of their belief. The symbols always consist of meanings of things or phenomena. Among cultural symbols of ethnic groups in Tay Nguyen (the Central Highlands) are the noun “ơi Adai”, the Rông house (communal house), gongs, the musical instruments of Tơrưng, Đinh Pă, the drum, gùi (open backpack), the rice ear, gơl column, buffalo lasso, axe blade, patterns of brocatelle, the gourd… The symbols have been acculturated with Catholicism and Protestantism.

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  • Unit 1: Clause and sentence structure. Main points: Simple sentences have one clause. Clauses usually consist of a noun group as the subject, and a verb group. Clauses can also have another noun group as the object or complement. Clauses can have an adverbial, also called an adjunct. Changing the order of the words in a clause can change its meaning. Compound sentences consist of two or more main clauses. Complex sentences always include a subordinate clause, as well as one or more main clauses....

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  • TOEIC Grammar Grammaire conçue par le Groupe ESC Chambéry / La Cité des Langues 15/09/2006 v 1.00 1 Nouns Tip Check whether the noun is countable or uncountable! Countable nouns (people, animals, objects, plants, units of measurement) can be counted, used with the indefinite article and be plural. • two men; a dog; cars Uncountable nouns (substances, materials, abstract ideas, languages) cannot be counted, used with the indefinite article and are singular.

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  • A singular noun is a word that names one person, place, thing, or idea: brother, classroom, piglet, and joy. A plural noun names more than one person, place, thing, or idea: brothers, classrooms, piglets, and joys. A collective noun names a group. When the collective noun refers to the group as a whole, it is singular. When it refers to the individual group members, the collective noun is plural. The class meets two days a week. (singular).

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  • I. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, the Ss will be able to know nouns to talk about Parts of the body. II. Language contents: - Grammar: review the structures: What is that? That is his head. What are those? Those are his fingers. - Vocabulary: head, chest, shoulder, arm, hand, leg, foot, finger, toe. III. Techniques: guessing a word, guessing game, noughts and crosses, group works, pair works, ask and answer.

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  • Simultaneous actions described by absolute phrases: An absolute phrase consists of a head - word (often a noun) plus at least one other word. Note that the head word in the absolute phrase denotes something which is a part of, or belong to the thing or person that is the subject of the finite verb of the sentence.

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  • The definitions follow the plural forms of the word. The word "candy"1 has several different meanings. They are arranged by the part of speech: the first definitions show what "candy means when used as a noun; the second group shows what "candy" means when used as a verb.

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  • Common nouns are divided into two groups: count and noncount. Count means that we can make the noun plural and use number words with the noun. Using the noun dog, for example, we can make the noun plural.

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  • This article is intended for the discussion of the lexemes denoting the feeling of great pleasure sub-classified into four groups of adjectives (‘delighted’, ‘elated’, and ‘jubilant’); nouns (‘bliss’, ‘ecstasy’, ‘euphoria’, ‘glee’, ‘joy’, and ‘rapture’); verbs (‘exult’ and ‘rejoice’); and idioms (‘walk on air’, ‘in seventh heaven’, ‘on cloud nine’, ‘on top of the world’, ‘over the moon’ and ‘thrilled to bits’).

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  • On the back, of this sheet, write a brief news report about a concert, a big game, or some other group event. Circle each collective noun you use. Be sure to use the correct verb form.

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  • I . OBJECTIVES Help the students to talk about what they do after school . II . LANGUAGE CONTENTS : - Grammar: Simple present tense with singular noun and flural noun. - Vocabulary: Watch , listen ,read . music, housework. III . TECHNIQUES:: group works, pair work, ask and answer. IV . TEACHING AIDS :: Pictures page 53 and cassete.

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  • It is normally a noun. An Entity would have one or many attributes. It may be physical object (e.g. person) event (e.g. appointment) concept (e.g. order). descriptor (describe properties of the entity, e.g. lastname of the person) ATTRIBUTE A property of an entity identifier (uniquely distinguish entity instances - primary key in relational context) composite (a group of attributes used as a single attribute) Describes the relationship between entities. Typically expressed in verbs (e.g. has). There are no well defined standards of the EER notation....

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