Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 8 Past perfect and past simple

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 8 Past perfect and past simple Genre/Topic:

What is the difference in use of the simple past tense and the past perfect tense? What tense do we use with ‘already’ and ‘just’? When we give an account of the sequence of past events, in which tense do we write the event that occurred first? What about the event that happened later on? […]

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 4 Present perfect and past simple (2)

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 4 Present perfect and past simple (2) Genre/Topic:

When do we use ‘just’ and ‘already’? Do ‘just’ and ‘already’ suggest positive actions or negative actions? Can we use ‘yet’ in positive statements? What do ‘recently’ and ‘lately’ mean? What do ‘so far’ and ‘up to now’ suggest?

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 10 Will, shall and going to

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 10 Will, shall and going to Genre/Topic:

When do we use ‘will’? When do we use ‘shall’? When do we use ‘going to’? Can ‘shall’ be used with ‘I and we’?

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 37 The infinitive clause in reports

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 37 The infinitive clause in reports Genre/Topic: ,

How do we report imperative sentences? Can we use other reporting verbs as well?

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 14 Linking verbs: complement

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 14 Linking verbs: complement Genre/Topic: ,

What is the complement? What is the linking verb? Do we use ‘to be’ after ‘seem’ and ‘appear’? Can we use ‘get’ instead of ‘become’ in all sentences? What linking verbs express gradual change? What verbs express the opposite?

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 19 Adjectives: position

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 19 Adjectives: position Genre/Topic:

Can all adjectives be used in front of the nouns they describe? Can all adjectives be used as complements? How do we place the adjectives if we are using more than one of them before a noun?

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 46 Adverbial clauses: Reasons

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 46 Adverbial clauses: Reasons Genre/Topic: , ,

Can we use ‘for’, ‘in that’, ‘in as much as’ to give reasons? For what purpose do we use the prepositions ‘because of’, ‘due to’ and ‘owing to’? Are ‘because of’, ‘due to’ and ‘owing to’ followed by a noun/noun phrase or a clause? Can we also use ‘with’ to give reasoning?

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 35 Reporting statements

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 35 Reporting statements Genre/Topic: ,

What is the direct speech? What is the indirect speech? What are reporting verbs? Do we change the pronouns when changing a sentence from direct to indirect? Are other expressions changed too?

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 47 Adverbial clauses: Purpose and result

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 47 Adverbial clauses: Purpose and result Genre/Topic: ,

For what purpose do we use ‘in order/so as+ to infinitive’? Instead of ‘in order/so as+ to infinitive’, can we simply use the ‘to infinitive’? How do we form negatives in ‘so as/in order’? What is the difference in use of ‘for + noun’ and ‘so..that’?

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 23 Verbs followed by a gerund

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 23 Verbs followed by a gerund Genre/Topic: ,

What are some verbs that must have an object before gerund? What are some verbs that can’t have an object before a gerund? What are some verbs that can be followed by either a gerund or a bare infinitive? Do the meanings differ in such cases?

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