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Preparatory English 2

Possessive of Nouns / Nombres Posesivos

Destreza: Grammar
Possessive of Nouns is a word derived from a noun and expressing possession of a thing and shows ownership by adding an apostrophe, an “s” or both. To make a single noun possessive, simply add an apostrophe and a “s.”. When a noun ends with an “s”, or an “n” only an apostrophe is added.

Preposition / Preposiciones

Destreza: Grammar
TPreposition is a word that shows the relationship between other two nearby words. It usually describes the position or place of something, the time when something happens. Although the prepositions “of,” “to,” and “for” have some separate functions.


Rules of past tense pronunciation / Reglas de pronunciación en tiempo pasado

Destreza: Speech
Pronunciation of the letter S varies through its use like at the end of plural nouns, verbs in third person and as a part of the possessive case, and like the “ED” pronunciation, it is of significant difficulty for non-native speakers to pronounce the letter s.


Rules of past tense pronunciation / Reglas de pronunciación en tiempo pasado

Destreza: Speech
In a language that is constantly evolving, it is natural to be confused over the way pronunciation changes, but without knowing the correct rules of pronunciation, we would not be able to differentiate against the different words that might look the same but have very different meanings.