There be a small rise English necessary grammar at the beginning sentenceOne. There/here be there be structures that "sometime, somewhere there is a thing or person", including there is, there are, there was, and there were.
Here be structure and it is similar to usage is exactly the same, just said "there is any thing or person."
II. And have, has, had the distinction: (2) there be patterns in the subject is singular verb be is used; the subject is plural, verb be used are; if there are a few items, be according to be verbs that noun has decided that "proximity".
(3) there be a pattern of negative sentences in be be not, general question to be a verb to a sentence.
(4) there be patterns and have (has) the differences: there be something somewhere (or persons) have (has) that someone owns something.
(5) the use of some and any in there be sentence: some positive circumstances, any used in negative sentences or questions.
(6) application of and and or there be sentence: and in positive sentences, or used in negative sentences or questions.
(7) number of questions of the basic structures of special questions are:
How many plural + are there + preposition + noun phrase?
How much + uncountable + is there + prepositional phrase?
(8) subject to ask questions of the basic structures of special questions is: What's + prepositional phrase?
(9) There be generally used in the beginning of the sentence structure, and have the words can only be used for a particular subject. Practice practice: 1) There ______ four seasons in a year.
2) There ______not any trees two years ago.
3) --- ______there a post office near your school? ---Yes, there ______.
4) ---How many stops ______there? ---There______only one.
5) There ______not any stamps on the envelope.
6) ______ there any birds in the tree?
7) There______ a shopping center near our school last year. But now there______ no one.
8) There ______only three of us: my dad, my mum and me.
9) Here ______some bread for you.
10) In New York, there ______ a lot of rain in spring.
2 choose "have, has, had, there is, there are, there was, and there were" blanks.
1) I ______a good father and a good mother.
2) ______ a telescope on the desk.
3) He ______a tape-recorder.
4) ______a basketball in the playground.
5) They ______ a nice garden.
6) My father ______ a story-book last year.
7) ______a reading-room in the building?
8) What does Mike ______?
9) ______any books in the bookcase?
10) How many students ______in the classroom?
11) ______a story-book on the table a moment ago.
12) What do you ______?
13) My parents ______ some nice pictures.
14) ______ some maps on the wall.
15) ______ a map of the world on the wall.
16) David's friends ______ some tents.
17) __________ many children on the hill.
Answer see the previous answer:
1, select fill in the blanks.
( A ) 1. The sign on the wall means you( )stay away from the building.
A. must B. can't C. shouldn't( B ) 2. How many books( )you see on the desk?
A. may B. can C. should( B ) 3. It means you( )make noise in the library.
A. should B. shouldn't C. can( C ) 4. ---( ) you like a glass of milk?
--- Yes, please.
A. May B. Could C. Would( C ) 5. ---( )we go to the park by bus?
A. May b. Must c. Shall2, wrote the third person singular of the verb.
work---works wash---washes fly---flies write---writesteach---teaches study---studies &Nbsp; go---goes have---has3, writing the present participle of the verb.
work---working study---studying cut---cutting dance---dancingwrite---writing swim---swimming Have---having -sleep---sleeping4, wrote the following in the past.
plant---planted come---came worry---worried take---tookdance---danced stop---stopped Make---made read---read5, and fill in the blanks with proper forms of the verbs.
(1)I go to school from Monday to Friday. My brother often goes to schoolwith me. Yesterday we went to school together. We like going to school verymuch. (go)(2)They usually have lunch at home. But last week,they had lunch at school.
(have)(3)My sister likes singing very much. She often sings at our school festival. Lastterm,she sang a lot of songs in the school hall. (sing)(4)What does he usually do on Sunday? He usually does his homework.
Look! He is doing his homework now. (do)(5)Do people usually eat moon cakes at Mid autumn Festival? Yes, they do. Did you eat moon cakes last Mid-autumn Festival?
Yes, I did. I ate a lot of delicious moon cakes. (eat)