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Grammar Pattern 30
Noun + Place + Verb + Noun or Adjective

Model Sentence
A hungry dog in the street is looking for food

This pattern is a little more difficult than previous sentence patterns but it is based on a combination of those patterns. The Model Sentence, for example, starts with a long noun (A hungry dog) as subject, then mentions the place (in the street) followed by a verb (is looking) then a final phrase (for food). Your English will become more fluent if you can say the sentences below easily. Remember, "practice makes perfect"!

Pronunciation Practice - Repeat each sentence out loud!

1. The apple on the table looks delicious.
2. Two cats under the bed look scared!
3. My friend in Australia wants a new job.
4. A group of people near the door seem very happy.
5. Some people in our city want to build a new train station.

Conversation Practice - Ask these questions to your friends!

1. What do the decorations in your house look like?
2. What do dogs under the dining room table seem to want?
3. Are your friends in other cities happy to live there?
4. Who in your city wants to make changes?
5. What food in your home is not very fresh?

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