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Monday, 7 August 2017

Vowel

  • Put “a” or “an” in front of the words.
    • Mere had an egg and _a__ banana for breakfast.
    • Gran bought me _a__ chocolate and __an_ ice-cream.
    • We have _an__ orange and _a__ lemon tree in our garden.
    • _an__ octopus is bigger than __a_ crab.
    • It took me _an__ hour to draw _a__ picture of _a__ horse.
    • It is __an_ honour to work with such __a_ great man.
LI: To use “an” in front of words beginning with a vowel sound (a, e, i, o, u)
LI: To use “a” in front of words beginning with consonant sounds (the opposite of vowel sounds).

Today i been doing vowels and we have to put the these words in these sentence the words are an and a . We have to put these words in the sentence and it is an and a these in the sentence 

1 comment:

  1. Great work on learning how to use "a" and "an", Jonathan. Remember "an" also starts with a vowel sound!

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