3rd Grade Grammar Comparison of Adjectives

3rd Grade Grammar Comparison of Adjectives Genre/Topic: ,

Words like oldest, youngest, older, taller, shorter and shortest show comparisons. Oldest, youngest and shortest are examples of the superlative form. Taller and shorter are examples of the comparative form. We use comparative adjectives when we compare two people, places, animals or objects.

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 8 Verbs – the present continuous tense

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 8 Verbs - the present continuous tense Genre/Topic: ,

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

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Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 9 Verbs – the simple past tense

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 9 Verbs - the simple past tense Genre/Topic: ,

When do we use the past tense of a verb? What is the structure of simple past tense? Can we change all verbs into their past form by adding ‘-d’ or ‘-ed’?

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Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 6 Verbs and adverbs

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 6 Verbs and adverbs Genre/Topic: ,

What are verbs? What are adverbs? Does adding ‘-ly’ to an adjective turn it into an adverb?

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3rd Grade Grammar Past Tense Was and Were

3rd Grade Grammar Past Tense Was and Were Genre/Topic: ,

The words was and were tell about an action that happened at a time in the past. Was is the past form of is and were is the past form of are.

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 16 Punctuation – comma

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 16 Punctuation – comma Genre/Topic:

What is the comma? Where is the comma used? Can comma be used to end a sentence as well?

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3rd Grade Grammar Past Simple Irregular Verbs

3rd Grade Grammar Past Simple Irregular Verbs Genre/Topic: ,

Words like met, went, had, read, spent, ran, swam are irregular verbs in their past forms.

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 10 Verbs – the past continuous tense

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 10 Verbs - the past continuous tense Genre/Topic: ,

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

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3rd Grade Grammar Imperatives

3rd Grade Grammar Imperatives

We use imperatives to give warnings, orders, instructions and directions.

3rd Grade Grammar Personal Pronouns

3rd Grade Grammar Personal Pronouns Genre/Topic:

A pronoun is a word that replaces a noun. I, you, he, she, it, they and we are personal pronouns.

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