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Unformatted text preview: efinite, closer, further,
An adjective that describes
a noun and is not separated
from the noun by the verb. affirmation article article word attributive
He looked at the book with keen interest. They bought a new house. the house
a c ar the
The b lue house is on fire. Appendices adverb of time She ran quickly.
He’s very nice. 143
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LEARN TO SPEAK ENGLISH cardinal
clause command comparative compound
noun conditional Appendices conjugation conjunction A number used to count.
(see “ordinal number”).
A distinct part of a sentence
which includes a subject
and a predicate (with a
verb). (see also
"independent clause" and
The form of the verb used
to give a command or an
order. (see also
A degree of comparison of
adjectives and adverbs.
The comparative implies a
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