Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 18 The present tense

Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 18 The present tense Genre/Topic:

When do we use the simple present tense? What is the structure of simple present tense? When do we use the present continuous tense? What is the structure of present continuous tense? When do we use the present perfect tense? What is the structure of present perfect tense? When do we use the present perfect […]

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Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 12 Articles

Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 12 Articles Genre/Topic: ,

What are indefinite articles? What articles do we use with singular countable nouns? What are definite articles? Where do we use the article ‘the’?

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4th Grade Grammar Future Tense

4th Grade Grammar Future Tense

We use the future tense for actions that will happen in the future. We use be going to talk about plans and intentions or when there is a hint that something is going to happen in the future.

4th Grade Grammar Both Neither All None

4th Grade Grammar Both Neither All None

Both refers to two people, things, animals, etc. It has a positive meaning and is used with a plural verb. Both of the girls have long hair. Neither refers to two people, things, animals, etc. It has a negative meaning. It is used with singular verbs. Neither of them has got short hair.

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Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 15 Prepositions

Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 15 Prepositions Genre/Topic:

What are prepositions? What are the prepositions of time? What are the prepositions of place? What are the prepositions of position and direction?

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4th Grade Grammar Articles and Demonstratives

4th Grade Grammar Articles and Demonstratives

The indefinite articles a and an are used before singular countable nouns. The definite article the is used with singular and plural nouns.

4th Grade Grammar Object Pronouns and Imperatives

4th Grade Grammar Object Pronouns and Imperatives

Object pronouns are personal pronouns which come after a verb or a preposition. Me, him, her, us, it, you, and them are object pronouns.

4th Grade Grammar Adjectives Adverbs Comparisons

4th Grade Grammar Adjectives Adverbs Comparisons

An adjective describes a noun. Adjectives usually come before nouns. They can also be used after the verb be. They have the same form in the singular and plural.

Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 10 Kinds of adjectives

Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 10 Kinds of adjectives Genre/Topic:

What are adjectives? How many kinds of adjectives are there? Are possessive adjectives also pronouns? What is the difference between an adjective and a pronoun?

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Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 11 Kinds of adverbs

Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 11 Kinds of adverbs Genre/Topic: ,

What are adverbs? How can you tell if the adverb is an adverb of manner or an adverb of frequency? Can adverbs also be interrogative?

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