The Moon is yellow.
-What is yellow?
1. The port is large.
2. That cat is fluffy.
3. The girl is clever.
4. The student is lazy.
My sister is pretty.
Whose sister is pretty?
1. His brother is eleven.
2. Their daughter is little.
The black car is in the city.
-What colour car is in the city?
1. The red star is on the roof.
2. The firstmodal verb is difficult.
3. The thirdEnglish sentence is easy.
4. Thisprettyblack cat is Pussy.
5. Thatsmartwhitenylon skirt is mine.
1. This is a lightvioletsilkscarf.
2. Hisnewwoolencap is modern.
3. Thislittlegreymouse is naughty.
4. The fifthtest is easy.
5. Rose’sgoose is coloured.
6. Thisyounggirl is a maid.
7. Thatnaughtyboy is fond of fluffypets.
8. Myeldersister is 19.
9. Mr. Harper is an efficientdentist.
Questions in the Plural
1. These are boys.
-Who are these?
Those are bigyellowapples.
-What kind of yellow apples are those?
-What colour apples are those?
-What are those?
These are niceJapanesegirls.
-What kind of Japanese girls are these?
-What girls are these?
-Who are these?
1. Those are littleharmfulfish.
2. These are cosyFrenchflats.
2. The girls are beautiful.
-Who is beautiful?
-What are the girls like?
The berries are tasty.
-What is tasty?
-What are the berries like?
Her geese are white.
-What is white?
-What colour are her geese?
1. The pears are yellow.
2. Thosebags are black.
The children are on the skating rink.
-Who is on the skating rink?
-Where are the children?
The roses are in the flower bed.
-What is in the flower bed?
-Where are the roses?
1. These are longorangeRussianties.
2. They are industriousDutchgirls.
3. The children are in the kindergarten.
4. Those radio-sets are new.
5. The pears are on the plate.
6. My little mice are grey.
7. His friends are interesting.
3. The twins are five.
-Who is five?
-How old are the twins?
The children are both 7.
-Who is 7?
-How old are both the children?
1. Mymum and dad are 36.
2. HisGranny and Grandpa are 78.
The children are fond of birds and animals.
-Who is fond of birds and animals?
-What are the children fond of?
1. Mycousins are fond of skating.
2. We are fond of books.
We are proud of our country.
-Who is proud of their country?
-What are we proud of?
The children are proud of their parents.
-Who is proud of their parents?
-Who are the children proud of?
We are finenow.
-Who is fine now?
-How are we now?
-When are we fine?
The birds are sadin the cage.
They are awfully unwell.
-How much unwell are they?
1. The mountains are veryhigh.
2. The summer months are quitewarmhere.
1. My friends are 15.
2. The students are always hungry after classes.
3. The cows are very fine in the green field.
4. Those books are rather difficult for me.
5. The birds are fond of worms.
6. The dogs are fond of fluffy kittens.
7. The 6th form pupils are proud of their English teacher.
8. Most of the students are clever.
9. The cucumbers are in the fridge.
4. My brothers are doctors.
-What is my brothers’ occupation?
-What are my brothers’ occupations?
-What are my brothers?
1. Thesemen are successfulbusinessmen.
2. Hisfriends are also lazystudents.
3. Ourpals are Englishteachers.
5. Thesebigboys are mycousins.
-Which big boys are my cousins?
-What kind of boys are my cousins?
-Who are my cousins?
-Whose cousins are these big boys?
-Who are these big boys?
Myfriends are doctors.
-Whose friends are doctors?
-Who are doctors?
-What are your friends?
1. Hiscousins are prettygirls.
2. The whitemice are animals.
3. Mybrothers are goodstudents.
4. Theirsisters are still schoolgirls.
5. The water-melons are fruit.
1. Those little kids are my nephews.
2. My father and brother are old farmers.
3. The children are at home after school.
4. We are proud of our new house.
5. His younger brothers are very naughty and noisy.
6. Our group-mates are all 17.
7. Those charming ladies are foreigners.
8. The first experiences are always difficult.
9. These naughty cats are white and black.
10. The first letters are on the wooden table.
11. The pictures are rather beautiful.
12. The writers are famous for their novels.
13. The poets are known for their poems.
Stop and Check
1. Our elder brothers are good teachers.
2. His English friends are 21. (alt.)
3. These modest boys are clever.
4. Those tall girls are shop-assistants. (gen.)
5. Children’s books are pretty interesting.
6. The second letters are in the blue envelopes.
7. These nice Chinese dogs are red.
8. Her cotton summer frocks are light.
9. Those are thick yellow sticks.
10. They are their relatives.
11. People are fresh in the morning.
12. Most French children are fond of cheese.
13. Most people are proud of their achievements.
14. The black fur coats are very warm.
15. The green American suits are modem.
16. His first horse races are lucky.
They are used to express a request or order. Usually we address requests and orders to the 2nd person singular and plural.
Imperative sentences are formed with the infinitive without “to".
e. g. Be careful. Come over here, please.
Negative imperative sentences are formed with the help of the auxiliary verb “do”.
e. g. Don’t be lazy. Don’t listen to him.
If we address requests and orders to the 3rd person, we use “let”.
e. g. Let her get us something to eat. Let your secretary find all the information.
If we address a request or order to the 1st person plural we use “let us + Infinitive” (Let’s).
e. g. Let’s go out and have a talk. Let’s not discuss it.
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