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UNIT 1

Where we
live

UNIT 1

Where we live
Objective:

Learning objective(s):

To interpret diverse types of
readings in the context of places
where people lives, in order to use
the new vocabulary words
associated.

Understand and use the new
vocabulary words in the context of
readings about places, based on the
practice of “nouns and pronouns”,
“different types of sentences” and
Biblical principle: My house
will and
servepredicate”.
God!
“Subject

Joshua 24:15. (NKJV)
And if it seems evil to you to serve the Lord, choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve,
whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the River, or the gods of the
Amorites, in whose land you dwell. But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.”

VOCABULARY – UNIT 1

Where we live

Access
Content Write the meaning of the
vocabulary
Contrast
Crave
Assure
Dull
Rural
Compress
Stress
Suburb
Teeming

NOUNS AND PRONOUNS
NOUN
The part of speech that is used to name a per
son, place, 
thing, quality, or action and can function as th
e subject or object of a verb,
the object of a preposition, or an appositive.
Ex: woman, water, New York, talking, beauty,
PRONOUN
etc.
The part of speech that substitutes for nouns 
or noun 
phrases and designates persons or things ask
ed for, previously specified, or

NOUNS AND PRONOUNS
Concrete nouns
- Names:
A person.
A place.
A thing.
An animal
What we can see,
hear, touch, taste
or smell.

Abstract nouns:
- Names:
An idea.
A feeling.
A concept.
Or a quality such
as hope, justice,
or freedom.
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NOUNS AND PRONOUNS
Concrete nouns
- Can be:
Singular.
Plural.
Singular names a
person, place, thing
or animal.
Plural names more
than one thing.

Abstract nouns:
- Can be:
Singular.
Plural.

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NOUNS AND PRONOUNS
Concrete and Abstract nouns can function as the
subjects of sentences.
- The subject in a sentence answers the
question:
Who or what is doing the action?

1) Ray hikes with his
dad.
2) Peace is my goal.
3) Dogs eat fast.
4) Time is valuable.
5) Kids are noisy.

1) What is the subject
noun?
2)What question does peace
answer?
3) Is _______ a concrete noun
or an abstract noun?

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NOUNS AND PRONOUNS

NOUNS AND PRONOUNS
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1) What is the subject pronoun?
2) Is ___ singular or plural?
3) Is ___ the first, second, or third
person?

TYPES OF SENTENCES
A complete sentence has a

PREDICATE.

SUBJECT
Answers the
question Who or
What is doing
the action? or
Who or What is
being
1) What is the
action? described?
2) Who or what is doing the

action?
3) What is the complete
subject?
4) What is the complete
predicate?

SUBJECT and a

PREDICATE
Answers the
question What is
the subject
doing? or What
is being said
about the
1) What is the
action?
subject?
2)Who or what
is being described or
explained?
3) What is being said about my
home?
4) What is the complete predicate?

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