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Grammar (Student Compendium)

 

English

Grammar deals with the structure and use of words, and of how these words relate to, or are connected to other words in a sentence, and with how that relationship can change, depending on whereabouts in the sentence the words are used, and with how individual words can be changed and modified.

 

Syntax  deals with the structure of sentences, and of how words in a sentence can be  arranged to provide a clear meaning, and with the correct way of using words in a sentence.

 

Though Grammar differs from Syntax, both are so intertwined that little reference is made to their different structure and use; often one depends on the other.

 

 

All these parts of speech

Verbs, Nouns and Pronouns are all PARTS OF SPEECH. 

Other Parts of Speech are ADJECTIVES, ADVERBS, PREPOSITIONS and

CONJUNCTIONS will be discussed more in the Student Compendium

Their use, and the relationships between them, form the province of GRAMMAR

 

Adjective

This is a word that tells more about, or qualifies, a Noun.

 

Examples are:  blue flowers, happy child, three months, full moon, first prize.

Refers to the words that describe a noun or pronoun.

e.g. angry, brave, careful, healthy, little, old, generous, tall, some, good, big, etc.

Adverb

 

Refers to the words that describe a verb, an adjective, another adverb, or a whole sentence.

e.g. badly, fully, carefully, hardly, nearly, hungrily, never, etc.

It is a word that tells more about, or qualifies, a Verb.

 

            Jason slowly rides his bicycle to school.

 

Is using the same sound at the beginning of multiple words

e.g.

  • The sugary syrup is sticky and sweet
  • But a better butter makes a batter better.
  • A big bully beats a baby boy.
  • Refers to the repetition of the same letter or syllable at the beginning of two or more words, close together in a sentence:

     

                Ruin seize thee, ruthless king!

                A load of learning lumbering in his head.

                Wilful waste makes woeful want.

     

                The fair breeze blew, the white foam flew,

                The furrow followed free.

                We were the first that ever burst

                Into that silent sea.  

Article

Refer to the words that are used before a noun to modify the noun.

e.g. the, a, an.

Alphabetical Order

 

 

Alphabetical Order refers to the arrangement of words in the order in which the initial letter appears in the alphabet.  Words in a dictionary, and names in a telephone directory, appear in alphabetical order.

 

            Examples:  apple, bun, cat, dog, egg, flower, goat..

 

            If several words begin with the same letter, then the second letter determines the order, and if these are the same, then the third letter, and so on.

 

            Ape, apple, apply, aptitude, optical, optician. I

 

 

These are words that are opposite in meaning.

 

absent - present

punish - pardon

 

Clause

 A Clause is a group, or unit, of words that forms part of a sentence and that includes both a subject and a predicate and adds to the meaning of other words in the sentence.

 

The boy, who had been riding his bicycle too fast, failed to take the corner and landed in the ditch.

 

There are three clauses in this sentence:

 

            The boy failed to take the corner.

            who had been riding his bicycle too fast,

            (The boy) landed in the ditch.

Conjunction

Refers to the words that connect words, phrases or clauses in a sentence.

e.g. and, or, so, after, since, before, either, neither, etc.

It is a word that joins other words, or phrases or clauses or sentences, together.

 

            We need to buy some apples and oranges.

The girl in the blue dress and carrying a bunch of flowers is my cousin.

Let us go to the beach and have a swim, but we must return early.

 

A Gerund is a verbal noun, functioning as both verb and noun.

 

            Jenny loves swimming.   Swimming is a gerund.

Homonyms

These are words which have the same pronunciation (sound the same) but which are different in spelling and meaning.

 

            one/won   to/too/two   be/bee   blue/blew

ZE FUNNY ENGLISH LANGUAGE                                    

A Frenchman in England wanted to know the correct time, so he asked a nearby group of four Englishmen.

                        "I'm two," said the first man.

                        "I'm two. too," said the second man.

                        "I'm two to two," said the third man.

                        "I'm two to two, too," said the fourth.

"Ze funny English language," said the Frenchman.  "Toot-to-toot toot."

Hyperbole

Hyperbole is the use of exaggeration as a rhetorical device or figure of speech. In rhetoric, it is also sometimes known as auxesis. In poetry and oratory, it emphasizes, evokes strong feelings, and creates strong impressions. As a figure of speech, it is usually not meant to be taken literally.

 

It is an extreme exaggeration not meant to be taken literally

e.g.

  • My grandmother is as old as the hills.
  • Your suitcase weighs a ton!
  • She is as heavy as an elephant!
  • I am dying of shame.
  • I am trying to solve a million issues these days.
Interjection

Refers to the words or phrases that are used to express a strong feeling or emotion.

e.g. ahem!, aha!, gosh!, aw!, great!, hey!, hi!, hooray!, etc.

Compares one thing with another by applying a noun or phrase to an object or activity to which it would not normally apply.

 

describing something by saying it is something else

e.g.

The wind was a torrent of darkness among the gusty trees,

The moon was a ghostly galleon tossed upon cloudy seas,

The road was a ribbon of moonlight over the purple moor,

And the highwayman came riding -

Riding - riding -

The highwayman came riding, up to the old inn door.

                                                                                    From  The Highwayman

                                                                                      By  Alfred Noyes

 

Are you able to pick up the three metaphors in the above verse?0

This is the name of any person, place or thing.

 

In the sentence, Jason rides his bicycle to school, there are three nouns:   Jason, bicycle and school.

 

 

Sometimes a sentence reads more easily if a thing or person is not referred to by its name but by a substitute word.

 

            Instead of the sentence above about Jason we could have written:

           

            Jason is riding Jason's bicycle to school.

 

This would still be an accurate, and a grammatically correct, statement, but its syntax would be poor.  It is much better to provide a substitute word for the second Jason, and so we do:

 

            Jason is riding his bicycle to school.

 

            The substitute word, his, is called a PRONOUN.

Onomatopoeia

Refers to words in which the sense is represented by the sound.  Or, as the poet, Alexander Pope, said, 'The sound is made an echo of the sense.'

 

Is  words that sound like they describe

e.g. The cutlery clinks together as the waiter clears the table

 

We can think of the quacking of ducks, the purring of cats, the barking of dogs, the baaing of lambs.

 

And this, from a poem about an office worker on a hot day, seeing an ice cart go by, imagining himself in the cool Arctic regions, buried

           

            Beneath a gentle drift of snow,

            Snow drifting gently, fine and white

            Out of the endless Polar night,

            Falling and falling evermore

            Upon that far untravelled shore,

            Till I was buried fathoms deep

            Beneath that cold white drifting sleep,

Sleep drifting deep,

Deep drifting sleep...

 

The carter clutched a sudden whip:

I clutched my stool with startled grip,

Awakening to the grimy heat

Of that intolerable street.

 

 

A Paragraph is a group of sentences that discusses the same thing.

           

To become a good dog doctor, it is necessary to love, and to understand, dogs.  Never forget that the mentality of one dog is totally different from that of another.  The sharp wit that sparkles in the quick eye of a fox terrier, for instance, reflects a mental activity totally different from the serene wisdom that shines in the eye of a St Bernard.

 

Three sentences, but all discussing the one thing.

 

 

A Phrase is a group of words without a verb, but which adds meaning to the other words in the sentence.

 

The boy in the brown shirt was sitting under a tree.

 

The main  part of the sentence is:  The boy is sitting.

Which boy?  The boy in the brown shirt.

Where was the boy sitting?  He was sitting under a tree. 

 

So in the brown shirt and under the tree are both phrases.

Participle

 

A Participle is a word that has the functions of both a verb and an adjective.  It is a verbal adjective.

 

The burning candle was placed too close to the curtains and set both them and the house on fire.

 

Burning is a participle.  It describes an action, burning, so is part verb, but at the same times describes the candle, so is part adjective.

 

Participles can also form part of a verb.

            The boy is running.

            The girl is swimming.

            The tree has fallen across the road.

Running, swimming and fallen are all participles.

Personification

 

Is giving human qualities to an animal or thing

e.g. The strong smell of fish punches me in the face

 

Refers to the use of the pronouns he or she, or of another word, to give personality to something which is not a person.

Just look at that ship; she rides the water so gracefully.

 

The heart of the matter; the mouth of the river.

 

The Sun came up upon the left,

Out of the sea came he!

And he shone bright, and on the right

Went down into the sea.

Prefix

 

Consists of one or more letters placed at the beginning of a word to create a derivative word:

 

            fix/prefix   logical/illogical   happy/unhappy.

 

            'pre-'  'il-'   and 'un-'  are all prefixes.

Pronoun

Refers to the words that are used instead of a noun or noun phrase in a sentence.

e.g. he, I, its, me, my, she, that, this, those, etc.

It is a word that takes the place of a noun.

            Jason is a noun; his is a pronoun.

 

            Other examples of pronouns are:  we, you, they.

 

Preposition

Refers to the words that are used before a noun, pronoun, or gerund to show place, time, direction...

It is a word that shows the relationship, or connection, between Nouns.

above, except, from, in, near, of, before, since, etc.

 

            The kitten is in the box.

            The kitten is beside the box.

            The kitten is under the box.

Simile

 

Describes something by comparing it to something else

e.g. The kitchen is as busy as a beehive

 

 

 It is a phrase that describes one thing in terms of another.  A simile usually begins with like or as.

 

            The air was so still, the lake was like glass.

'like glass' is a simile, comparing the surface of the lake to glass.

           

The greyhound moved as gracefully as a swallow in flight.

            'as gracefully as a swallow in flight' is a simile.

Synonyms

are words that are similar in meaning.

                       

                        small/little/tiny       quick/fast/speedy

 

                        small/large    quick/slow    high/low

Verb

Refer to the words or group words that describe an action, experience or express a state of being.

e.g. run, sit, stand, go, have, get, promise, invite, etc.

Word Order

 

 

Word Order refers to the logical order of words in a sentence in order that the sentence be intelligible:

 

            Door the lock make you sure.  Incorrect. 

            Make sure you lock the door.  Correct.

 

SENTENCES

Predicate

 

of a sentence is that part of the sentence that tells WHAT the subject does, or did, or said, etc,  In the sentence above, the predicate is  rides his bicycle to school.

 

Whom were we talking about?  We were talking about Jason.

            So Jason  is the subject of the sentence.

 

            What were we saying about Jason?

We were saying that Jason rides his bicycle to school.

So, rides his bicycle to school is the predicate of the sentence.

 

In order to say something meaningful about the subject, the predicate must have a doing,  or saying , or telling, word.  Such a word is also called an action  word.  The proper grammatical term to use is VERB.

 

In the sentence, Jason rides his bicycle to school,  the verb, or action word, is rides.  What does Jason do?  He rides  (his bicycle to school,)  {Jason does not carry his bicycle, or push it, or drag it.  What he does is ride it.}

 

The Subject must be some-one or some-thing, so it must have a name.  Every person or thing must have a name.  That name is called a NOUN.  The name, Jason, is a noun.

Sentence

is a group, or unit, of words, so connected that they make complete sense. and say something about someone or something else.

 

In order to tell something about someone or something else, a Sentence must have both a Subject and a Predicate.

 

            Example of a sentence:  Jason rides his bicycle to school.

Subject of a sentence is that part of the sentence that tells WHO or WHAT we are talking about, that is, what the sentence is about.  In the sentence above, we are talking about Jason; so the subject is Jason.
Topic Sentence

 

 

            The Topic Sentence refers to the chief sentence in a paragraph, usually, but not necessarily, the first sentence.  The topic sentence is the sentence that tells what the paragraph is discussing.  In the paragraph above, the topic sentence is:

 

To become a good dog doctor, it is necessary to love, and to understand, dogs.

 

The remaining sentences in the paragraph support the topic sentence.

 

 

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core

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currencies

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data

 

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deny

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depress

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derive

design

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despite

 

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dominate

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drafted, drafting, drafts, redraft, redrafted, redrafting, redrafts

draft

drama

dramas, dramatic, dramatically, dramatise, dramatised, dramatising, dramatises, dramatisation, dramatisations, dramatist, dramatists, dramatization, dramatizations, dramatizing

drama

duration

 

duration

dynamic

dynamically, dynamics

dynamic

economy

economic, economical, economically, economics, economies, economist, economists, uneconomical

economy

edit

edited, editing, edition, editions, editor, editorial, editorials, editors, edits

edit

element

elements

element

eliminate

eliminated, eliminates, eliminating, elimination

eliminate

emerge

emerged, emergence, emergent, emerges, emerging

emerge

emphasis

emphasise, emphasised, emphasising, emphatic, emphatically

emphasis

empirical

empirically, empiricism

empirical

enable

enabled, enables, enabling

enable

encounter

encountered, encountering, encounters

encounter

energy

energetic, energetically, energies

energy

enforce

enforced, enforcement, enforces, enforcing

enforce

enhance

enhanced, enhancement, enhances, enhancing

enhance

enormous

enormity, enormously

enormous

ensure

ensured, ensures, ensuring

ensure

entity

entities

entity

environment

environmental, environmentalist, environmentalists, environmentally, environments

environment

equate

equated, equates, equating, equation, equations

equate

equip

equipment, equipped, equipping, equips

equip

equivalent

equivalence

equivalent

erode

eroded, erodes, eroding, erosion

erode

error

erroneous, erroneously, errors

error

establish

disestablish, disestablished, disestablishes, disestablishing, disestablishment, established, establishes, establishing, establishment, establishments

establish

estate

estates

estate

estimate

estimated, estimates, estimating, estimation, estimations, over-estimate, overestimate, overestimated, overestimates, overestimating, underestimate, underestimated, underestimates, underestimating

estimate

ethic

ethical, ethically, ethics, unethical

ethic

ethnic

ethnicity

ethnic

evaluate

evaluated, evaluates, evaluating, evaluation, evaluations, evaluative, re-evaluate, re-evaluated, re-evaluates, re-evaluating, re-evaluation

evaluate

eventual

eventuality, eventually

eventual

evident

evidenced, evidence, evidential, evidently

evident

evolve

evolution, evolved, evolving, evolves, evolutionary, evolutionist, evolutionists

evolve

exceed

exceeded, exceeding, exceeds

exceed

exclude

excluded, excludes, excluding, exclusion, exclusionary, exclusionist, exclusions, exclusive, exclusively

exclude

exhibit

exhibited, exhibiting, exhibition, exhibitions, exhibits

exhibit

expand

expanded, expanding, expands, expansion, expansionism, expansive

expand

expert

expertise, expertly, experts

expert

explicit

explicitly

explicit

exploit

exploitation, exploited, exploiting, exploits

exploit

export

exported, exporter, exporters, exporting, exports

export

expose

exposed, exposes, exposing, exposure, exposures

expose

external

externalisation, externalise, externalised, externalises, externalising, externality

external

extract

extracted, extracting, extraction, extracts

extract

facilitate

facilitated, facilitates, facilities, facilitating, facilitation, facilitator, facilitators, facility

facilitate

factor

factored, factoring, factors

factor

feature

featured, features, featuring

feature

federal

federation, federations

federal

fee

fees

fee

file

filed, files, filing

file

final

finalise, finalised, finalises, finalising, finality, finally, finals

final

finance

financed, finances, financial, financially, financier, financiers, financing

finance

finite

infinite, infinitely

finite

flexible

flexibility, inflexible, inflexibility

flexible

fluctuate

fluctuated, fluctuates, fluctuating, fluctuation, fluctuations

fluctuate

focus

focused, focuses, focusing, refocus, refocused, refocuses, refocusing

focus

format

formatted, formatting, formats

format

formula

formulae, formulas, formulate, formulated, formulating, formulation, formulations, reformulate, reformulated, reformulating, reformulation, reformulations

formula

forthcoming

 

forthcoming

found

founded, founder, founders, founding, unfounded

found

foundation

foundations

foundation

framework

frameworks

framework

function

functional, functionally, functioned, functioning, functions

function

fund

funded, funder, funders, funding, funds

fund

fundamental

fundamentally

fundamental

furthermore

 

furthermore

gender

genders

gender

generate

generated, generates, generating

generate

generation

generations

generation

globe

global, globally, globalisation, globalization

globe

goal

goals

goal

grade

graded, grades, grading

grade

grant

granted, granting, grants

grant

guarantee

guaranteed, guaranteeing, guarantees

guarantee

guideline

guidelines

guideline

hence

 

hence

hierarchy

hierarchical, hierarchies

hierarchy

highlight

highlighted, highlighting, highlights

highlight

hypothesis

hypotheses, hypothesise, hypothesised, hypothesises, hypothesising, hypothetical, hypothetically

hypothesis

identical

identically

identical

identify

identifiable, identification, identified, identifies, identifying, identities, identity, unidentifiable

identify

ideology

ideological, ideologically, ideologies

ideology

ignorant

ignorance, ignore, ignored, ignores, ignoring

ignorant

illustrate

illustrated, illustrates, illustrating, illustration, illustrations, illustrative

illustrate

image

imagery, images

image

immigrate

immigrant, immigrants, immigrated, immigrates, immigrating, immigration

immigrate

impact

impacted, impacting, impacts

impact

implement

implementation, implemented, implementing, implements

implement

implicate

implicated, implicates, implicating, implication, implications

implicate

implicit

implicitly

implicit

imply

implied, implies, implying

imply

impose

imposed, imposes, imposing, imposition

impose

incentive

incentives

incentive

incidence

incident, incidentally, incidents

incidence

incline

inclination, inclinations,inclined, inclines, inclining

incline

income

incomes

income

incorporate

incorporated, incorporates, incorporating, incorporation

incorporate

index

indexed, indexes, indexing

index

indicate

indicated, indicates, indicating, indication, indications, indicative, indicator, indicators

indicate

individual

individualised, individuality, individualism, individualist, individualists, individualistic, individually, individuals

individual

induce

induced, induces, inducing, induction

induce

inevitable

inevitability, inevitably

inevitable

infer

inference, inferences, inferred, inferring, infers

infer

infrastructure

infrastructures

infrastructure

inherent

inherently

inherent

inhibit

inhibited, inhibiting, inhibition, inhibitions, inhibits

inhibit

initial

initially

initial

initiate

initiated, initiates, initiating, initiation, initiations, initiative, initiatives, initiator, initiators

initiate

injure

injured, injures, injuries, injuring, injury, uninjured

injure

innovate

innovation, innovated, innovates, innovating, innovations, innovative, innovator, innovators

innovate

input

inputs

input

insert

inserted, inserting, insertion, inserts

insert

insight

insightful, insights

insight

inspect

inspected, inspecting, inspection, inspections, inspector, inspectors, inspects

inspect

instance

instances

instance

institute

instituted, institutes, instituting, institution, institutional, institutionalise, institutionalised, institutionalises, institutionalising, institutionally, institutions

institute

instruct

instruction, instructed, instructing, instructions, instructive, instructor, instructors, instructs

instruct

integral

 

integral

integrate

integrated, integrates, integrating, integration

integrate

integrity

 

integrity

intelligent

intelligence, intelligently, unintelligent

intelligent

intense

intensely, intenseness, intensification, intensified, intensifies, intensify, intensifying, intension, intensity, intensive, intensively

intense

interact

interacted, interacting, interaction, interactions, interactive, interactively, interacts

interact

intermediate

 

intermediate

internal

internalise, internalised, internalises, internalising, internally

internal

interpret

interpretation, interpretations, interpretative, interpreted, interpreting, interpretive, interprets, misinterpret, misinterpretation, misinterpretations, misinterpreted, misinterpreting, misinterprets, reinterpret, reinterpreted, reinterprets, reinterpreting, reinterpretation, reinterpretations

interpret

interval

intervals

interval

intervene

intervened, intervenes, intervening, intervention, interventions

intervene

intrinsic

intrinsically

intrinsic

invest

invested, investing, investment, investments, investor, investors, invests, reinvest, reinvested, reinvesting, reinvestment, reinvests

invest

investigate

investigated, investigates, investigating, investigation, investigations, investigative, investigator, investigators

investigate

invoke

invoked, invokes, invoking

invoke

involve

involved, involvement, involves, involving, uninvolved

involve

isolate

isolated, isolates, isolating, isolation, isolationism

isolate

issue

issued, issues, issuing

issue

item

itemisation, itemise, itemised, itemises, itemising, items

item

job

jobs

job

journal

journals

journal

justify

justifiable, justifiably, justification, justifications, justified, justifies, justifying, unjustified

justify

label

labelled, labelling, labels

label

labour

laboured, labouring, labours

labour

layer

layered, layering, layers

layer

lecture

lectured, lecturer, lecturers, lectures, lecturing

lecture

legal

illegal, illegality, illegally, legality, legally

legal

legislate

legislated, legislates, legislating, legislation, legislative, legislator, legislators, legislature

legislate

levy

levies

levy

liberal

liberalise, liberalism, liberalisation, liberalised, liberalises, liberalising, liberalization, liberate, liberated, liberates, liberation, liberations, liberating, liberator, liberators, liberally, liberals

liberal

licence

licences, license, licensed, licensing, licenses, unlicensed

licence

likewise

 

likewise

link

linkage, linkages, linked, linking, links

link

locate

located, locating, location, locations, relocate, relocated, relocates, relocating, relocation

locate

logic

illogical, illogically, logical, logically, logician, logicians

logic

maintain

maintained, maintaining, maintains, maintenance

maintain

major

majorities, majority

major

manipulate

manipulated, manipulates, manipulating, manipulation, manipulations, manipulative

manipulate

manual

manually, manuals

manual

margin

marginal, marginally, margins

margin

mature

immature, immaturity, maturation, maturational, matured, matures, maturing, maturity

mature

maximise

max, maximised, maximises, maximising, maximisation, maximum

maximise

mechanism

mechanisms

mechanism

media

 

media

mediate

mediated, mediates, mediating, mediation

mediate

medical

medically

medical

medium

 

medium

mental

mentality, mentally

mental

method

methodical, methodological, methodologies, methodology, methods

method

migrate

migrant, migrants, migrated, migrates, migrating, migration, migrations, migratory

migrate

military

 

military

minimal

minimalisation, minimalise, minimalises, minimalised, minimalising, minimalist, minimalists, minimalistic, minimally

minimal

minimise

minimised, minimises, minimising

minimise

minimum

 

minimum

ministry

ministered, ministering, ministerial, ministries

ministry

minor

minorities, minority, minors

minor

mode

modes

mode

modify

modification, modifications, modified, modifies, modifying, unmodified

modify

monitor

monitored, monitoring, monitors, unmonitored

monitor

motive

motivate, motivated, motivates, motivating, motivation, motivations, motives, unmotivated

motive

mutual

mutually

mutual

negate

negative, negated, negates, negating, negatively, negatives

negate

network

networked, networking, networks

network

neutral

neutralisation, neutralise, neutralised, neutralises, neutralising, neutrality

neutral

nevertheless

 

nevertheless

nonetheless

 

nonetheless

norm

norms

norm

normal

abnormal, abnormally, normalisation, normalise, normalised, normalises, normalising, normality, normally

normal

notion

notions

notion

notwithstanding

 

notwithstanding

nuclear

 

nuclear

objective

objectively, objectivity

objective

obtain

obtainable, obtained, obtaining, obtains, unobtainable

obtain

obvious

obviously

obvious

occupy

occupancy, occupant, occupants, occupation,occupational, occupations, occupied, occupier, occupiers, occupies, occupying

occupy

occur

occurred, occurrence, occurrences, occurring, occurs, reoccur, reoccurred, reoccurring, reoccurs

occur

odd

odds

odd

offset

offsets, offsetting

offset

ongoing

 

ongoing

option

optional, options

option

orient

orientate, orientated, orientates, orientation, orientating, oriented, orienting, orients, reorient, reorientation

orient

outcome

outcomes

outcome

output

outputs

output

overall

 

overall

overlap

overlapped, overlapping, overlaps

overlap

overseas

 

overseas

panel

panelled, panelling, panels

panel

paradigm

paradigms

paradigm

paragraph

paragraphing, paragraphs

paragraph

parallel

paralleled, parallels, unparalleled

parallel

parameter

parameters

parameter

participate

participant, participants, participated, participates, participating, participation, participatory

participate

partner

partners, partnership, partnerships

partner

passive

passively, passivity

passive

perceive

perceived, perceives, perceiving, perception, perceptions

perceive

percent

percentage, percentages

percent

period

periodic, periodical, periodically, periodicals, periods

period

persist

persisted, persistence, persistent, persistently, persisting, persists

persist

perspective

perspectives

perspective

phase

phased, phases, phasing

phase

phenomenon

phenomena, phenomenal

phenomenon

philosophy

philosopher, philosophers, philosophical, philosophically, philosophies, philosophise, philosophised, philosophises, philosophising

philosophy

physical

physically

physical

plus

pluses

plus

policy

policies

policy

portion

portions

portion

pose

posed, poses, posing

pose

positive

positively

positive

potential

potentially

potential

practitioner

practitioners

practitioner

precede

preceded, precedence, precedent, precedes, preceding, unprecedented

precede

precise

imprecise, precisely, precision

precise

predict

predictability, predictable, predictably, predicted, predicting, prediction, predictions, predicts, unpredictability, unpredictable

predict

predominant

predominance, predominantly, predominate, predominated, predominates, predominating

predominant

preliminary

preliminaries

preliminary

presume

presumably, presumed, presumes, presuming, presumption, presumptions, presumptuous

presume

previous

previously

previous

primary

primarily

primary

prime

primacy

prime

principal

principally

principal

principle

principled, principles, unprincipled

principle

prior

 

prior

priority

priorities, prioritisation, prioritise, prioritised, prioritises, prioritising

priority

proceed

procedural, procedure, procedures, proceeded, proceeding, proceedings, proceeds

proceed

process

processed, processes, processing

process

professional

professionally, professionals, professionalism

professional

prohibit

prohibited, prohibiting, prohibition, prohibitions, prohibitive, prohibits

prohibit

project

projected, projecting, projection, projections, projects

project

promote

promoted, promoter, promoters, promotes, promoting, promotion, promotions

promote

proportion

disproportion, disproportionate, disproportionately, proportional, proportionally, proportionate, proportionately, proportions

proportion

prospect

prospective, prospects

prospect

protocol

protocols

protocol

psychology

psychological, psychologically, psychologist, psychologists

psychology

publication

publications

publication

publish

published, publisher, publishers, publishes, publishing, unpublished

publish

purchase

purchased, purchaser, purchasers, purchases, purchasing

purchase

pursue

pursued, pursues, pursuing, pursuit, pursuits

pursue

qualitative

qualitatively

qualitative

quote

quotation, quotations, quoted, quotes, quoting

quote

radical

radically, radicals

radical

random

randomly, randomness

random

range

ranged, ranges, ranging

range

ratio

ratios

ratio

rational

irrational, rationalisation, rationalisations, rationalise, rationalised, rationalises, rationalising, rationalism, rationality, rationally

rational

react

reacted, reacts, reacting, reaction, reactionaries, reactionary, reactions, reactive, reactivate, reactivation, reactor, reactors

react

recover

recoverable, recovered, recovering, recovers, recovery

recover

refine

refined, refinement, refinements, refines, refining

refine

regime

regimes

regime

region

regional, regionally, regions

region

register

deregister, deregistered, deregistering, deregisters, deregistration, registered, registering, registers, registration

register

regulate

deregulated, deregulates, deregulating, deregulation, regulated, regulates, regulating, regulation,regulations, regulator, regulators, regulatory, unregulated

regulate

reinforce

reinforced, reinforcement, reinforcements, reinforces, reinforcing

reinforce

reject

rejected, rejecting, rejection, rejects, rejections

reject

relax

relaxation, relaxed, relaxes, relaxing

relax

release

released, releases, releasing

release

relevant

irrelevance, irrelevant, relevance

relevant

reluctance

reluctant, reluctantly

reluctance

rely

reliability, reliable, reliably, reliance, reliant, relied, relies, relying, unreliable

rely

remove

removable, removal, removals, removed, removes, removing

remove

require

required, requirement, requirements, requires, requiring

require

research

researched, researcher, researchers, researches, researching

research

reside

resided, residence, resident, residential, residents, resides, residing

reside

resolve

resolution, resolved, resolves, resolving, unresolved

resolve

resource

resourced, resourceful, resources, resourcing, unresourceful, under-resourced

resource

respond

responded, respondent, respondents, responding, responds, response, responses, responsive, responsiveness, unresponsive

respond

restore

restoration, restored, restores, restoring

restore

restrain

restrained, restraining, restrains, restraint, restraints, unrestrained

restrain

restrict

restricted, restricting, restriction, restrictions, restrictive, restrictively, restricts, unrestricted, unrestrictive

restrict

retain

retained, retaining, retainer, retainers, retains, retention, retentive

retain

reveal

revealed, revealing, reveals, revelation, revelations

reveal

revenue

revenues

revenue

reverse

reversal, reversed, reverses, reversible, reversing, reversals, irreversible

reverse

revise

revised, revises, revising, revision, revisions

revise

revolution

revolutionary, revolutionaries, revolutionise, revolutionised, revolutionises, revolutionising, revolutionist, revolutionists, revolutions

revolution

rigid

rigidities, rigidity, rigidly

rigid

role

roles

role

route

routed, routes, routing

route

scenario

scenarios

scenario

schedule

reschedule, rescheduled, reschedules, rescheduling, scheduled, schedules, scheduling, unscheduled

schedule

scheme

schematic, schematically, schemed, schemes, scheming

scheme

scope

 

scope

section

sectioned, sectioning, sections

section

sector

sectors

sector

secure

insecure, insecurities, insecurity, secured, securely, secures, securing, securities, security

secure

seek

seeking, seeks, sought

seek

select

selected, selecting, selection, selections, selective, selectively, selector, selectors, selects

select

sequence

sequenced, sequences, sequencing, sequential, sequentially

sequence

series

 

series

sex

sexes, sexism, sexual, sexuality, sexually

sex

shift

shifted, shifting, shifts

shift

significant

insignificant, insignificantly, significance, significantly, signified, signifies, signify, signifying

significant

similar

dissimilar, similarities, similarity, similarly

similar

simulate

simulated, simulates, simulating, simulation

simulate

site

sites

site

so-called

 

so-called

sole

solely

sole

somewhat

 

somewhat

source

sourced, sources, sourcing

source

specific

specifically, specification, specifications, specificity, specifics

specific

specify

specifiable, specified, specifies, specifying, unspecified

specify

sphere

spheres, spherical, spherically

sphere

stable

instability, stabilisation, stabilise, stabilised, stabilises, stabilising, stability, unstable

stable

statistic

statistician, statisticians, statistical, statistically, statistics

statistic

status

 

status

straightforward

 

straightforward

strategy

strategic, strategies, strategically, strategist, strategists

strategy

stress

stressed, stresses, stressful, stressing, unstressed

stress

structure

restructure, restructured, restructures, restructuring, structural, structurally, structured, structures, structuring, unstructured

structure

style

styled, styles, styling, stylish, stylise, stylised, stylises, stylising

style

submit

submission, submissions, submits, submitted, submitting

submit

subordinate

subordinates, subordination

subordinate

subsequent

subsequently

subsequent

subsidy

subsidiary, subsidies, subsidise, subsidised, subsidises, subsidising

subsidy

substitute

substituted, substitutes, substituting, substitution

substitute

successor

succession, successions, successive, successively, successors

successor

sufficient

sufficiency, insufficient, insufficiently, sufficiently

sufficient

sum

summation, summed, summing, sums

sum

summary

summaries, summarise, summarised, summarises, summarising, summarisation, summarisations

summary

supplement

supplementary, supplemented, supplementing, supplements

supplement

survey

surveyed, surveying, surveys

survey

survive

survival, survived, survives, surviving, survivor, survivors

survive

suspend

suspended, suspending, suspends, suspension

suspend

sustain

sustainable, sustainability, sustained, sustaining, sustains, sustenance, unsustainable

sustain

symbol

symbolic, symbolically, symbolise, symbolises, symbolised, symbolising, symbolism, symbols

symbol

tape

taped, tapes, taping

tape

target

targeted, targeting, targets

target

task

tasks

task

team

teamed, teaming, teams

team

technical

technically

technical

technique

techniques

technique

technology

technological, technologically

technology

temporary

temporarily

temporary

tense

tension, tensely, tenser, tensest, tensions

tense

terminate

terminal, terminals, terminated, terminates, terminating, termination, terminations

terminate

text

texts, textual

text

theme

themes, thematic, thematically

theme

theory

theoretical, theoretically, theories, theorist, theorists

theory

thereby

 

thereby

thesis

theses

thesis

topic

topical, topics

topic

trace

traceable, traced, traces, tracing

trace

tradition

non-traditional, traditional, traditionalist, traditionally, traditions

tradition

transfer

transferable, transference, transferred, transferring, transfers

transfer

transform

transformation, transformations, transformed, transforming, transforms

transform

transit

transited, transiting, transition, transitional, transitions, transitory, transits

transit

transmit

transmission, transmissions, transmitted, transmitting, transmits

transmit

transport

transportation, transported, transporter, transporters, transporting, transports

transport

trend

trends

trend

trigger

triggered, triggering, triggers

trigger

ultimate

ultimately

ultimate

undergo

undergoes, undergoing, undergone, underwent

undergo

underlie

underlay, underlies, underlying

underlie

undertake

undertaken, undertakes, undertaking, undertook

undertake

uniform

uniformity, uniformly

uniform

unify

unification, unified, unifies, unifying

unify

unique

uniquely, uniqueness

unique

utilise

utilisation, utilised, utilises, utilising, utiliser, utilisers, utility, utilities

utilise

valid

invalidate, invalidity, validate, validated, validating, validation, validity, validly

valid

vary

invariable, invariably, variability, variable, variables, variably, variance, variant, variants, variation, variations, varied, varies, varying

vary

vehicle

vehicles

vehicle

version

versions

version

via

 

via

violate

violated, violates, violating, violation, violations

violate

virtual

virtually

virtual

visible

visibility, visibly, invisible, invisibility

visible

vision

visions

vision

visual

visualise, visualised, visualised, visualising, visualisation, visually

visual

volume

volumes, vol

volume

voluntary

voluntarily, volunteer, volunteering, volunteered, volunteers

voluntary

welfare

 

welfare

whereas

 

whereas

whereby

 

whereby

widespread

 

widespread

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WKS208 Literary Facts WKS208 Literary Facts S SC020_Literary
WKS209 Expressions WKS209 Expressions S SC011_Figurative_Expressions
WKS120 Metaphors Worksheet WKS120 Metaphors Worksheet S SC044_Metaphors
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ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL THE TEMPEST  
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA  
AS YOU LIKE IT THE WINTER'S TALE  
THE COMEDY OF ERRORS TROILUS AND CRESSIDA  
CYMBELINE TWELFTH NIGHT  
LOVE'S LABOR'S LOST KING HENRY IV  
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING 1 KING HENRY IV  
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE KING HENRY V  
THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR 1 KING HENRY VI  
THE TAMING OF THE SHREW KING HENRY VIII  
KING JOHN KING RICHARD II  
KING RICHARD III ANTHONY AND CLEOPATRA  
JULIUS CAESAR KING LEAR  
PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE ROMEO AND JULIET  
TIMON OF ATHENS TITUS ANDRONICUS  
THE RAPE OF LUCRECE VARIOUS POETRY  
THE SONNETS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE VENUS AND ADONIS  
A LOVER'S COMPLAINT    
     
Sample English Exams
SENIOR ENGLISH Exam 1999 Y12SENIORENGLISH S1-2000  
Y12ENGLISH S1-2000 Y12SENIORENGLISH S1-2001  
Y12ENGLISH S1-2001 YEAR 11 TEE ENGLISH S2 1999  
YR11ENGLISH S1-2001 Link to English Exam Papers  

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The Student Book Worksheet

Student to open one of the books from any Author and convert to a word document (replacing .NEW with .doc using SaveAs...) then add a title, make a readable book (font and spacing) using Word. Students can convert the book to EPUB, MOBI or PDF if they wish. Save for marking.

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Use the .zip files below to access the books

List of Authors for students to work on (there are hundreds of books)

sample completed book George Washington also see Shakespeare Books above )

Complete works of Charles Dickens (ebook)

 

Authors and Books to convert
Aladdin
Allingham
ANNAPOLIS CONVENTION
APOCRYPHA
Arabian Nights
Arnold Matthew
ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION
Austen Jane
Bacon, Francis
Barbauld, Anna Laetitia
Barnefield, Richard
Barnes, William
Baum Frank
Beardsley, Aubrey
Beaumont, Frances
Beddoes, Thomas Lovell
Behn, Aphra
Bible
BILL OF RIGHTS
Blake, William
Boswell, Sir Alexander
Bowles, William Lisle
Breton, Nicholas
Bronte Anne
Bronte, Charlotte
Bronte, Emily Jane
Brooke, Rupert
Brown, Thomas Edward
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett
Browning, Robert
Bryant, William Cullen
Burnett Frances Hodgson
Burns, Robert
Byron, Lord George Gordon
Campbell, Thomas
Campion, Thomas
Carew, Thomas
Carey, Henry
Carroll, Lewis
Charlotte Town Resolves The
Chaucer Geoffrey
Cibber, Colley
Clare, John
Clinton Bill
Clough, Arthur Hugh
Coleridge, Hartley
Coleridge, Mary Elizabeth
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Collins, William
Communist Manifesto Karl Marx
Congreve William
Constable, Henry
CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES AMENDMENTS
Cory, William Johnson
Cowley, Abraham
Cowper, William
Crane Stephen
Crashaw, Richard
Cunningham, Allan
Daniel, Samuel
Davidson, John
De Vere, Aubrey
Declaration of Independence USA
Declaration of the First Continental Congress
Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen French
Defoe Daniel
Dekker, Thomas
Descartes Rene
Dickens Charles Oliver converted, David Copperfield Converted
Dickinson, Emily
Donne, John
Douglass Frederick
Dowson, Ernest Christopher
Doyle, Sir Francis Hastings Charles
Drayton, Michael
Drummond, William
Dryden, John
Dyer, Sir Edward
Eliot, George
Elliott, Jean (Jane)
Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Faulks William
Ferguson, Sir Samuel
Field, Michael
Finch, Anne
First Thanksgiving Proclamation
Fitzgerald, Edward
Flecker, James Elroy
Fletcher, John
Ford John
Frederic Harold
Fundamental Orders of Connecticut of 1639
Gaskell Elizabeth Cleghorn
Gay, John
Gilbert, William Schwenck
Goldsmith, Oliver
Gray, Thomas
Greenville The Treaty of
Grenfell, Julian
Grossmith George and Weedon
Haggard Rider
Hawthorne Nathaniel
Hemans, Felicia Dorothea
Henley, William Ernest
Henry Patrick
Herbert, George
Herrick, Robert
Heywood, Thomas
HIROHITO Japanese surrender
Hogg James
Holmes, Oliver Wendell
Hood, Thomas
Hope Anthony
Hopkins, Gerard Manley
Howe, Julia Ward
Hughes Thomas
Hugo Victor
Hunt, James Henry Leigh
Ingelow, Jean
Iroquois Constitution
Irving Washington
James Henry
Jefferson Thomas
Johnson, Lionel Pigot
Jonson, Benjamin
Keats, John
Kennedy John F
King, Henry
Kingsley, Charles
Lamb, Charles
Landor, Walter Savage
Le Fanu, Joseph Sheridan
Lear, Edward
Lincoln Abraham
Lodge, Thomas
Logan, John
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
Lovelace, Richard
Lowell, Amy
Lowell, James Russell
Lyly, John
Macaulay, Lord Thomas Babington
Magna Carta
Mangan, James Clarence
Marlowe, Christopher
Marvell, Andrew
Mayflower Compact The
Melville, Herman
Meynell, Alice Christiana
Mickle, William Julius
Milton, John
Monroe Doctrine The
Moore, Thomas
Mormon Book of
Morris, William
Munday, Anthony
Nairne, Lady Carolina
Nashe, Thomas
Newman, Cardinal John Henry
Northwest Ordinances The
O'Shaughnessy, Arthur William Edgar
Owen, Wilfred
Paris Peace Treaty
Pater, Walter Horatio
Peacock, Thomas Love
Philips, Ambrose
Poe, Edgar Allan
Pope, Alexander
Prior, Matthew
Proctor, Adelaide Anne
Ralegh, Sir Walter
Rogers, Samuel
Roget's Thesaurus
Roosevelt Franklin
Rossetti, Christina Georgina
Rossetti, Dante Gabriel
Scott, Sir Walter
Sedley, Sir Charles
Seeger, Alan
Shakespeare William
Shelley Mary Wollstonecraft
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley
Sidney, Sir Philip
Sigerson-Shorter, Dora
Smollett Tobias George
Sophocles
Southey, Robert
Southwell, Robert
Spenser, Edmund
Stevenson, Robert Louis
Stoker Bram
Stratton-Porter Gene
Suckling, Sir John
Sun-Tzu's The Art Of War
Swift, Jonathan
Swinburne, Algernon Charles
Sylvester, Joshua
Synge, John Millington
Tannahill, Robert
Tennyson, Alfred Lord
Thomas, Edward
Thompson, Francis
Thomson, James Rule Britannia
Thoreau, Henry David
Trollope Anthony
Truman Harry
Twain, Mark
Vaughan, Henry
Verne Jules
Very, Jones
Virginia Declaration of Rights
Waller, Edmund
Warton, Thomas
Washington George
Watts, Isaac
Webster, John
White, Joseph Blanco
Whitman, Walt
Whittier, John Greenleaf
Wilde, Oscar
Wilmot, John
Wither, George
Wolfe, Charles
Wollstonecraft Mary
Wordsworth, William
Wotton, Sir Henry
Wyatt, Sir Thomas
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