Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B Gospel in Language English and in Nkwen Languages

Gospel in English and in Nkwen
JANUARY 31ST, 2021
Gospel: Mark 1: 21-28

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Mechanics of Writing 1 – Punctuation

Assistance to all English Language Learners.

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The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph Year B

Gospel Reading in English and in Nkwen

Square numbers and square roots

What are square numbers? What are square roots? These are questions many students would ask. This videos would give you answers to all these questions in a relaxation mode. Do well to subscribe for more upcoming videos as such. Also like, share and comment.

The Sentence

A sentence is a group of words that contains at least a subject and a predicate and expresses a complete thought. Take note of the word complete. If the thought is not complete, then the group of words is not a sentence but a fragment. It is important that you learn to write and speak in sentences, that is, learn to express yourself in complete thoughts and not in fragments or dependent clauses. Sentences are made up of clauses.

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The Preposition and Uses

Prepositions are linking or connecting words. They link words that follow them to other words in a sentence. We can equally say a preposition is a connecting word which shows the relationship of a noun or pronoun to another word in a sentence. Examples:

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Verb Tenses

What are tenses?
The Simple Present
The Present Continuous/Progressive
The Present Perfect Tense
The Present Perfect Continuous

The Simple Past Tense, The Past Continuous Tense
The Past Perfect Tense
The Past Perfect Continuous Tense
Simple Future Tense, The Future Perfect Tenses
Future Continuous, Subject/Verb Agreement

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The Verb And Forms

What are verbs?
Forms of Verbs
Regular verbs
Irregular verbs
Auxiliary verbs
The Passive and Active Voices
Linking Verbs
Modal verbs

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