Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Lesson 43 - Parts of Speech - Adjectives

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Use this or that with kind or sort because both are singular; use these or those with kinds or sorts because both are plural. 
 
Examples:  
this or that kind of stocks
these or those kinds of stocks
this or that sort of people
these or those sorts of people

Instructions: Choose the correct word (this, that, these, those) for each of the blanks in these sentences.

1. _____ sort of computer is much better.

2. Paul bought _____ kind of car.

3. I like _____ sorts of cars better.

4. _____ kinds of problems are hard.

5. What did _____ sorts of shoes cost?


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Answers:

1. This sort of computer is much better.
     - or -
    That sort of computer is much better.

2. Paul bought this kind of car.
     - or -
    Paul bought that kind of car.

3. I like these sorts of cars better.
     - or -
    I like those sorts of cars better.

4. These kinds of problems are hard.
     - or -
    Those kinds of problems are hard.

5. What did these sorts of shoes cost?
     - or -
    What did those sorts of shoes cost?


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