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English THE ALPHABET NOUNS PRONOUNS ADJECTIVES OPPOSITES VERBS PREPOSITIONS PUNCTUATIONS ARTICLES NATURE OF SENTENCES
The Alphabet Topics Capital and Small Vowels and Consonants Capital and small
Alphabetical Order There are 26 letters in English. These 26 letters from the English Alphabet. English has letters from A to Z.
Letters Capital Letters Small Letters
Vowels Sounds of vowels Consonants Sounds of Consonants Vowels There are five vowels in English. The letters a, e , i , o and u are vowels. These are special characters. Sounds of vowels The sounds of vowels makes them special. When we uttering the ‘a’, ‘e’, ‘i’, ‘o’ and ‘u’ sounds, we do not completely close our mouth.
Consonants are the other 21 letters of the alphabet. While saying the Consonants sounds, we close our mouth completely for some letters.
Chapter 2 Nouns COMMON AND SPECIAL NAMES GENDER ONE AND MANY
Common and Special Names Learning Objectives Naming Words Nouns People places, Animals and things Special Names (Proper Nouns)
Naming Words We see many objects around us. These objects can be people, places, animals or things. The names given to these objects are called naming words or nouns. People: Things and places: Things: Animals:
Special Names Special Name of people, places, animals and things are called proper Nouns. This is a girl. ‘Girl’ is naming word. The girl’s name is Ria is the special name of that girl. This is a boy. ‘Boy’ is naming word. The girl’s name is Raju is the special name of that girl
Gender Types of living things People – Male and Female Animals – Male and Female People can be identified as males and females. Male Female
One and Many