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It is a word or word form which indicates more than one. In English, plurals are usually formed by adding -s or -es to the end of the singular noun.
Positive reinforcement is the process of encouraging or establishing a
pattern of behaviour by offering a reward when the desired behaviour is
A possessive is a word or form which indicates possession. In English these are: 's, possessive determiners (my, their, etc.) and possessive pronouns (mine, hers, etc.).
PPP stands for present-practice-produce - a common procedure for teaching grammar. See units 1, 6 and 7.
Pre-teaching is teaching language that students will need for an activity in advance of asking them to read, listen, have a debate, etc.
It is an affix added to the beginning of a word to change its meaning, e.g., un-, dis- a-, etc.
Preliminary English Test
Before one can read and write.
Prepositions are words which express relationships between two items. Primarily they express location (position) and come before a noun (pre-). E.g.,The bottle is on the table, in the cupboard, etc. They are also used to express time relationship: on Wednesday, at 4.O clock, in August. These words are also used in more abstract ways: interested in, look forward to, the study of.
There is a high number of prepositions in English, and they are difficult for learners to master.