4th Grade Grammar Composition Writing

4th Grade Grammar Composition Writing

We use many forms of writing to express our thoughts and feelings, and to inform other about facts and detail. Here are some of the forms that we use in our daily life. 1. Diary 2. Description 3. Friendly Letter 4. Story 5. Report 6. Formal Letter 7. Compare/Contrast Paragraph 8. Persuasive Writing

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 13 Other future forms

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 13 Other future forms Genre/Topic:

What should the sentence structure be like when we talk about official arrangements, instructions and orders? When do we use the future perfect tense? What is the difference in use of ‘by’ and ‘in’? When do we use the future perfect continuous tense?

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4th Grade Grammar The Passive

4th Grade Grammar The Passive

We form the passive with the verb to be and the past participle of the main verb. The letter was written by Rashmita. We use the passive when the person who does something is not known or is not important. Her purse was stolen yesterday.

3rd Grade Grammar Homophones Synonyms Antonyms Prefixes Suffixes

3rd Grade Grammar Homophones Synonyms Antonyms Prefixes Suffixes Genre/Topic:

Homophones are words that sound the same but are spelled differently and have different meanings. dear: loved or liked very much – You are my dear friend. deer: an animal with four legs which eats grass and leaves – Deer are found in forests.

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2nd Grade Grammar Verb Be

2nd Grade Grammar Verb Be Genre/Topic: ,

The verbs is / am / are can be used for short answers.

6th Grade Grammar Conjunctions 1

6th Grade Grammar Conjunctions 1

Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 17 Negation

Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 17 Negation

How can we change a verb in simple present to a negative verb? How can we change a verb in simple past to a negative verb? How do we change a verb to negative if it has two parts? Do we change the words like ‘some’ and ‘always’ when turning a sentence into negative?

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Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 13 The simple future tense (II)

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 13 The simple future tense (II) Genre/Topic:

When do we use ‘will’? When do we use ‘shall’?

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Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 1 The alphabet – Capital and small letters

Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 1 The alphabet - Capital and small letters Genre/Topic:

What are capital letters? What are small letters? When do we use capital letters?

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Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 15 The future tense: continuous, perfect and prefect continuous

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 15 The future tense: continuous, perfect and prefect continuous Genre/Topic:

What is the structure of future continuous tense? When do we use the future continuous tense? What is the structure of future perfect tense? When do we use the future perfect tense? What is the structure of future perfect continuous tense? When do we use the future perfect continuous tense?

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