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Touchstone 2nd Edition Language summary Level 2

Unit 2 Lesson B: Music


Vocabulary
Music
classical (music)
concert
country (music)
folk (music)
hip-hop
jazz
Latin (music)
musician
pop (music)
rap
rock (music)
lead singer

(n)
(n)
(n)
(n)
(n)
(n)
(n)
(n)
(n)
(n)
(n)
(n)

Indefinite pronouns
everybody
everyone
nobody
no one

(pron)
(pron)
(pron)
(pron)

Object pronouns
me

(pron)

you

(pron)

him

(pron)

her

(pron)

it

(pron)

us

(pron)

them

(pron)

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Other words
local
talent show
about (I'm sure about it.)
hear
sound like
think (of)

(adj)
(n)
(prep)
(v)
(v)
(v)

Grammar
Object pronouns
There is an object pronoun for every subject pronoun:
Subject pronouns
I
you
she
he
it
we
they

Object pronouns
me
you
her
him
it
us
them

In statements, subject pronouns usually come before the verb:


I'm a singer.
He's not a good singer.
They're local guys.
In statements, object pronouns usually come after the verb:
I'm a singer. That's me on the CD.
He's not a good singer. I don't like him.
They're local guys. Do you like them?
Also use object pronouns after prepositions:

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We play in a band. Come listen to us.

Everybody, nobody
Everybody and everyone mean "all the people":
Everybody / everyone is here today. (= All the students are here today.)

Nobody and no one mean "no people":


Nobody / no one is here today. (= There are no students here today.)

When everybody, everyone, nobody, or no one is the subject, use the same verb form as after
he, she, and it:
Everybody says that.
Everyone likes pop.
Nobody is a jazz fan.
No one listens to country.

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