2nd Grade Grammar Possessives

2nd Grade Grammar Possessives Genre/Topic:

2nd Grade Grammar How Much How Many

2nd Grade Grammar How Much How Many Genre/Topic:

How many and how much are used to ask about the quantity of things. How many is used with countable plural nouns (pencils, mangoes, apples, etc.). How much is used with uncountable nouns (sugar, water, milk, etc.). We also use how much to ask about the price or cost of something.

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 18 The sentence

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 18 The sentence

What is formed when letters combine? What is formed when words combine? Does a sentence begin with a small letter or a capital letter? What does a sentence end with?

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2nd Grade Grammar Prepositions of Place

2nd Grade Grammar Prepositions of Place Genre/Topic: ,

At, in, on, between, behind, under, near, next to and in front of are prepositions of place. We use them to tell where somebody or something is.

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2nd Grade Grammar This That These and Those

2nd Grade Grammar This That These and Those Genre/Topic: , ,

Determiners: We use this and these to point to the things that are near. We use this with singular nouns. We use these with plural nouns. We use that and those to point to the things that are far. We use that with singular nouns. We use those with plural nouns.

2nd Grade Grammar Present Continuous Is Am Are Verb ing

2nd Grade Grammar Present Continuous Is Am Are Verb ing Genre/Topic:

We use the present continuous tense (is / am / are + ing) for actions happening right now.

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 1 The alphabet – Capital and small letters

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 1 The alphabet - Capital and small letters Genre/Topic:

What are the letters of the alphabet? What are capital letters? What are small letters? When do we use capital letters?

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Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 10 Adjectives – Comparison

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 10 Adjectives - Comparison Genre/Topic:

When do we use comparative adjectives? When do we use superlative adjectives? Can we change all adjectives to their comparative and superlative form by adding ‘-er’ and ‘-est’? Do we always add ‘the’ in front of the superlatives when we write a sentence?

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Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 14 Verbs – The future tense

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 14 Verbs - The future tense Genre/Topic: ,

When do we use the future tense? If we add ‘will’ before the verbs, do they change to future tense verbs?

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2nd Grade Grammar Adjectives

2nd Grade Grammar Adjectives Genre/Topic: ,

Adjectives tell us more about nouns (things, places, people and animals). We use adjectives to compare two or more things, places, people and animals. To compare two or more things, places, people and animals, we use the comparative form of the adjective + than.

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