Online Class Notes (Nemo)[W]

Writing

Atomic physics teacher is my favorite teacher. She is a rational clever and beautiful people. In the classroom she is stern, but after class she is friendly. She always told we what should we do in future. And help we in our life. If you can’t pass exam for she’s class, she will not to help you. Because she had enough help after exam.

Atomic physics teacher is my favorite teacher. She is a rational clever and beautiful person. In the classroom she is stern, but after the class she is friendly. She always told us what we should do in the future. And help us in our life. If you can’t pass  her exam, she will not to help you. Because she  already helped enough before the exam

person- one
people-many 人

Grammar

object (n): a noun or noun phrase that is affected by the action of a verb or that follows a preposition
宾语
In the sentence “I like ice cream”, “ice cream” is the object of the verb “like”.
在句子 I like ice cream 中,ice cream 是动词 like 的宾语。

subject-the person or thing that performs the action of a verb, or is joined to a description by a verb
主语
“Bob” is the subject of the sentence “Bob threw the ball.”
Bob 是句子 Bob threw the ball 的主语。

Subjects are what the sentence is about.
Objects are what is affected by the action of the subject.

  • I like orange juice. (I is the subject).
  • I read books. (Books is the object as it is receiving the action).

Object pronouns are used instead of nouns, usually because we already know what the object is. It makes the sentence easier to read and understand and avoids repetition. We normally use object pronouns after a verb or a preposition.

PRONOUNS
Subject Pronoun Object Pronoun
I –                                    Me
You –                               You
He-                                   Him
She-                                 Her
It-                                     It
We –                                Us
You -(plural)                You
They –                            Them

I like horses. Subject Pronoun
Horses don’t like me. Object Pronoun
We talk to our neighbor. Subject Pronoun
She talks to us. Object Pronoun
They listen to the teacher. Subject Pronoun
She listens to them carefully. Object Pronoun
You speak very quickly. Subject Pronoun
We watch you on TV. Object Pronoun

The Object Pronoun – it
Be careful when using ‘it‘ as an object pronoun because it is only in the correct context that it has meaning. It needs to have already been mentioned or obvious to the listener what you are referring to. Compare;

You are sitting on it! (The listener probably doesn’t know what the speaker refers to).
The letter is on the sofa. You are sitting on it! (It is obvious in the second sentence that the reference is to the letter)

how many classes do you have every day?

你每天上几节课?