Session 2

The Inspector continues to work out who stole the ring and asks lots of questions. Find out how you can form your own subject-object questions along the way.

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Activity 3

The Inspector finds a notebook

ፅሁፉን ያንብቡና ቀጣዩን ክንውን ይሞክሩ

Word order when describing things

In English, describing words usually go in this order before the noun:

size - colour - material - noun

For example: A long white silk dress.

long (size) white (colour) silk (material) noun (dress)

Now Inspector Stone has found a notebook with the mother of the bride's writing in it. She was possibly making a list of things for the wedding but it's not clear because she hasn't written in full sentences. It might be useful. Then again, it might not!

To do

In the next game you can help put the words into the correct order to make some sense!

You can also download the Inspector Stone's Case Notes pdf for this episode.

Word order game

5 Questions

Put these words into the correct order to make a sentence.

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Excellent! Great job! መጥፎ እድል ነጥብ አስመዝግበዋል :
x / y

Next

Thanks for your help but I don't think Inspector Stone has solved the case of the missing ring yet! He still has a lot more subject and object questions to ask. If you're still unsure about how to form these type of questions, don't panic, because Rob and Catherine are about to help you in 6 Minute Grammar, next.

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  • Word order when describing things

    In English, describing words usually go in this order before the noun:

    size - colour - material - noun

    For example: A long white silk dress.

    long (size) white (colour) silk (material) noun (dress)