Everyday English for Grown-ups, Michelle Finlay
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Michelle Finlay

Everyday English for Grown-ups

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English is one of the richest, most colourful and most subtle languages in the world. To speak or write good English – plain, lucid, jargon-free English – to have mastery of the language, is to have style.
planet’, for instance, is a common noun – it could be one of many planets – but ‘Jupiter’, a proper noun, gives us a specific planet.

Proper nouns usually refer to people, places or titles. They tend to start with a capital letter and stand alone, without an ‘a’, ‘an’ or ‘the’. Examples of proper nouns are John, Paris, Mrs Jones, Friday and Jupiter; if you were telling someone about

məsələn planet 'ortaq bir isimdir - bu, çox sayda planetlərdən biri ola bilər - ancaq' Yupiter ', uyğun bir isim, bizə müəyyən bir planet verir.

Düzgün isimlər ümumiyyətlə insanlara, yerlərə və ya başlıqlara aiddir. Onlar böyük hərflə başlayır və 'a', 'an' və ya 'the' olmadan tək başına dayanırlar. Düzgün isimlərə misal olaraq John, Paris, Mrs Jones, Cümə və Yupiter; kiməsə danışırdınızsa

In order to give a quantity for these we have to say

Для того чтобы дать количество для этих мы должны сказать

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