Sifatlar ve zarflar (adjectives and adverbs) konusu şu şekildedir:
İngilizce sifatlar yani adjectives isimleri niteleyen kelimelerdir. Burada bilinmesi gereken asil nokta sıfatlar yani adjectives isimleri niteler. İngilizce sıfatlar yani ingilizce adjectives örnek cümleleri ile şu şekildedir:
A tall building (yüksek bir bina)
He is working in a tall building. ( O yüksek bir binada çalişiyor.)
A hard test (zor bir sinav)
We entered a hard test yesterday. (Dün zor bir sinava girdik.)
A good question (iyi bir soru)
The teacher asked a good question to us. (Öğretmen bize iyi bir soru sordu)
A big apple (büyük bir elma) Continue reading
İngilizce İyelik zamirleri yani İngilizce ifadesi ile Possesive Pronouns iyelik sifati ile isimden oluşan ifadelerin yerini tutan İngilizce ifadelerdir. Aşağida ayrintili olarak iyelik ekleri diğer bir ifade ile possessive pronouns örnekleriyle anlatilmiştir.
My book= mine (benim kitabim=benimkisi)
This is my book = This is mine. (Bu benim arabam= Bu benimkisi.)
Your book=yours (senin kitabin=seninkisi)
This is your book= This is yours. ( Bu senin kitabin=Bu seninkisidir.)
His book= his (Onun kitabi= Onunkisi)
This is his book= This is his. ( Bu onun kitabi=Bu onunkisi.)
Her book=hers (onun kitabi=onunkisi)
This is her book= This is hers. (Bu onun kitabi= Bu onunkisi.)
İts book= its( Onun kitabi=Onunkisi)
This is its book= This is its. ( Bu onun kitabi= Bu onunkisi.) Continue reading
Look at the questions. Notice what, which and whose can combine with a noun and How can combine with an adjective or an adverbs.
What kind of music do you like?
What size shoe do you wear ?
What colour are your eyes?
Which pen do you want?
Which way is it to the station ?
Whose book is this?
How much do you wight?
How many brothers and sisters do you have ?
How many times have you been on a plane ?
How much homework do you get every night?
How tall are you? Continue reading
For and since: We use for and since to say how long. Here are some examples.
She is in England. She has been there for two days.
She is in England. She has been there since Monday.
How to use for? We use for + a period of time.
She has been there for ten days. (not since ten days)
She has been there for four hours. (not since four hours)
She has been there for two weeks. (not since two weeks)
She has been there for a month. (not since a month)
She has been there for five years. (not since five years)
She has been there for twenty minutes. (not since twenty minutes)
She has been there for five hours. (not since five hours)
She has been there for a week. (not since a week)
She has been there for six months. (not since six months)
She has been there for a long time. (not since a long time)
how to use ‘How long have you … ?’ with present perfect tense?
We can use ‘how long ‘ with present perfect tense. Here are some sentences with how to use ‘how long have you …’ with present perfect tense.
-How long have you been in England?
-How long has he been in England?
-He has been in England for two days.
–He has been in England since Wednesday.