ODIA GRAMMER QUIZ TEST

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ODIA GRAMMER QUIZ TEST

Hello my readers and welcome back to another quiz. I’m going to be going through the grammatical rules to test your knowledge of our language. In addition, I’m also going to explain that there are some common rules that we are all taught as a young child. Let’s start.

If you’re not familiar with this term grammar, it is when we learn about syllables. There are two types of syllables; primary and secondary. Primary syllables are words or phrases that are formed based on the initial sound of their letter. Secondary syllables are words or phrases that have been arranged into groups and can come and go and they have no specific order in which they are arranged. So if I say “I am hungry”, I mean there is only one primary syllable present is “o” in the word “iam” so it has the word of the alphabet at number 2. The main thing in grammar is knowing how to make nouns pronounceable and verbs understandable and then form sentences that work. It is easier than saying I am hungry when I am but it is impossible to know for sure a verb by heart unless you do something stupid like read over it. Sometimes I don’t need those little details but because I’ve tried to cram them in as much as possible I try to use a single form of the verb instead of just making it a part of a sentence. If you watch the movie Breakfast Club you will understand, as you would imagine it is made on a computer program that means some things are easier to understand than others because of their relation to pictures and images.

There are some rules that everyone should take in mind as they start learning and teaching English. If you don’t know these rules when you first start out you can check it out here. Some rules of thumb include: Do not write articles without an indefinite article or phrase or prepositional clause like “in the kitchen”. No adjectives or articles before it will make sense to add it on to something else you want to do. You cannot begin to write any form of the verb at the beginning or end of a line or period it will be ignored. Using punctuation is very important and you need to keep track of every change of it. When talking about writing, using ellipses at the ends and middle of lines and commas is OK. But if you add in exclamation marks it doesn’t matter at all. As you could guess from the diagram below, there are four parts to spelling which are: alphabets, vowels, consonants and diphthongs. To spell words and words with certain letters is very easy. For example, if you have just started typing up a post on your phone, you can spell the name of the person who owns the post with a simple spell. Also, if you haven’t been given a dictionary you could also look it up online. This site is called Dictionary Complete where you can type the spelling of words you know in the dictionary.

If you start a new topic at school without reading the rest of the books it is better to start with the vocabulary you already know and see what the teacher will give you. Or start off doing the same thing and then find out more about it. Otherwise this works best when you start reading a textbook and then you pick and choose until you get to the part or chapters that you really love. If you’re in class and you know exactly what you are going to cover you won’t be able to talk at your own pace. Even for those who get the text and understand everything in great detail, they will find themselves wanting to reread it in a couple of hours and they may not like it and keep looking for something different. It is good to read and study a book that is on a subject that interests you and then to practice what you learned. After you’re done, read the next chapter or the next article that comes across your screen so that you don’t get lost. Practice writing and speaking and even typing up. Don’t forget about pronunciation. Listening to your audience and getting them to spell things you know and understand is important. So if you’re a fan of television and music you should definitely binge on movies that you really enjoyed watching. Read more articles in your local library. Find out how many books are there in your area and take away anything you didn’t enjoy reading. If you’re bored at home and you find yourself with nothing to do after spending most of your time playing video games or reading ebooks you might take a peek at these articles and websites. These sites provide us with links to thousands of interesting content that you can read. On Wikipedia, you can download data on a particular region like Australia, Canada etc. and learn all about it. Check out what information you can find on various historical towns and cities in the world. Go to a place near us that we normally wouldn’t expect to see and look around it to see all that our country has to offer. Get some history knowledge as well. All this information is available on the internet and you can easily access it. Use Google and Facebook and your social media accounts (if they allow) to know what people are saying and who might be interested in making a comment on a particular aspect of things. Be prepared, do homework and prepare the answers. Answer each question that you have done and give the right answers. Remember that in the end of it all you know what you’ve studied and practiced but your friends.

It is always fun to play with other students and discuss topics that interest you and at times even to get to know them from a distance. A good way to get to know someone from afar is to ask them questions. Ask your classmates questions about their chosen subjects. Maybe they want to know why you did something or maybe they want to know what movie stars have done while living in America. Good luck on the upcoming quiz! Thanks for reading!

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