HW#3 - Taralynn Carter English 321-2/Crawford 2/6/08 HW#3...

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Taralynn Carter English 321-2/Crawford 2/6/08 HW#3 Workbook Chapter 4 Exercise 1: 1. “Your books have so millions of copies ,” the young interviewer was saying. Books: common, indefinite, uncountable, concrete Copies: common, definite, countable, concrete, unit Interviewer: common, definite, countable, concrete 2. According to Kant and Laplace , the original mass of gas cooled and began to contract. Kant: proper, definite, countable Laplace: proper, definite, countable Mass: common, definite, collective, quantifying, unit Gas: common, indefinite, concrete uncountable 3. The minibar was filled with candy , mineral water , decaffeinated soft drinks , and dairy products . “These are the kind of munchies which our research found helps sleep ,” said Jeremy Baka , Hilton spokesperson . Minibar: common, definite, countable, concrete Candy: common, indefinite, uncountable, concrete Mineral water: common, indefinite, uncountable, concrete Soft drinks: common, indefinite, uncountable, concrete
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