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I. Nouns
II. Pronouns
III. Articles
IV. Adjectives
V. Verbs
VI. Adverbs
VII. Prepositions
VIII. Conjunctions & Transitions
IX. Sentence and ClauseTypesStructure, and Common Problems

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A. types
1. introduction (general / mixed)
2. common nouns and proper nouns
3. collective nouns, abstract nouns, and concrete nouns
4. compound nouns
5. countable and uncountable nouns
6. gender specific nouns
7. verbal nouns/gerunds
B. forms and spelling (with quantity expression)
1. singular and plural forms of nouns (regular and irregular)
2. expression of quantity (with articles and other quantifiers)
a. articles: a, an, the
b. other quantifiers
C. syntactic functions
1. as noun (being a subject or an object)
2. as adjective
D. noun clauses


Quantifiers: "MUCH, MANY, A LOT OF, A LITTLE, A FEW"
source: ESLEnglishFaby 2013-03-19

MOST, ALMOST, or ALMOST ALL?
source: Learn English with Emma   2012-02-17
http://www.engvid.com/ 

all / most / some / none
source: learnamericanenglish 2012-10-22

Quantifiersmuch/many, little/few, some/any, either...or, neither...nor, too/enough, more/less
source: MrSkypelessons  2014-9-7
http://www.skype-lessons.com/blog/cat...

Adjective Clauses + Quantifiers
source: English Lessons with Alex    2013-02-27

too much, enough, not enough
source: English Lessons with Adam       2012年12月11日
quiz here: http://www.engvid.com/too-much-not-en...

SOME & ANY
source: JamesESL English Lessons       2011年4月25日
quiz at http://www.engvid.com/basic-grammar-t...

"All" & "Every" - What's the difference?
source: JamesESL English Lessons      2010年9月11日
quiz at http://www.engvid.com/english-grammar...

All and every
source: Crown Academy of English     2013年9月24日
http://www.crownacademyenglish.com

When to use "some" and "any"
source: Crown Academy of English     2014年3月15日
http://www.crownacademyenglish.com

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