5th Grade Grammar Infinitive Gerund

5th Grade Grammar Infinitive Gerund

The infinitive is the base form of a verb. It is often preceded by the word to. Infinitives often appear after other verbs. Some verbs have an object before the infinitive. In these examples, the objects are in bold.

Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 10 The future tense will and going to

Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 10 The future tense will and going to Genre/Topic:

What is the negative of ‘will’? When do we use ‘will’ and ‘going to’?

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Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 14 Speech direct and indirect

Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 14 Speech direct and indirect Genre/Topic:

What is a direct speech? What is an indirect speech? What are 1st person, 2nd person and 3rd person? What are reporting verbs? What is the difference between ‘say’ and ‘tell’? When we are changing a direct speech to an indirect one, do we change the verbs as well?

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Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 6 Sentences simple, compound and complex

Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 6 Sentences simple, compound and complex Genre/Topic:

What is a simple sentence? What is a compound sentence? What is a complex sentence? Are all simple sentences short?

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5th Grade Grammar Past Perfect Past Perfect Continuous

5th Grade Grammar Past Perfect Past Perfect Continuous

We form the past perfect with had + past participle. We use the past perfect for a past action which happened before another past action.

5th Grade Grammar Articles

5th Grade Grammar Articles

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

5th Grade Grammar Present Simple Present Continuous

5th Grade Grammar Present Simple Present Continuous

Verb tenses tell you when an action happens. If the action happens regularly, sometimes or never, we use the simple present tense. The simple present tense is also used to state facts.

5th Grade Grammar Conditionals

5th Grade Grammar Conditionals

Conditionals consist of the if-clause (guess), which begins with the word if, and the main clause, which shows the result of the guess.

Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 4 The phrase

Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 4 The phrase

What is the difference between a sentence and a phrase? What is a noun phrase? What is an adjective phrase? What is an adverb phrase?

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5th Grade Grammar The Passive

5th Grade Grammar The Passive

The highlighted words below (was built, is visited, etc.) are examples of the passive. We use the passive if we do not know who does something, or if it is not important or not necessary to say who does it.

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