6th Grade Grammar Tenses

6th Grade Grammar Tenses

The present tense can be divided into: 1) Present simple, 2) Present continuous, 3) Present perfect and 4) Present perfect continuous. The present simple is basically used for three types of actions.

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 12 Conditional sentences

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 12 Conditional sentences Genre/Topic: ,

What are conditional sentences? How many parts are there in a conditional sentence? What form of the verb is used in the main clause if the if clause is in simple present? What structure of conditional sentences should be used if we want to express an unlikely situation? What form of the verb is used […]

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Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 10 Relative clauses

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 10 Relative clauses Genre/Topic: ,

What are clauses? What are relative clauses? When do we use ‘who’, ‘which’ or ‘that’? When do we use ‘whose’? When do we use ‘where’?

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6th Grade Grammar Sentences

6th Grade Grammar Sentences

A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought. A sentence has a subject and a verb. A sentence starts with a capital letter and ends with a punctuation mark. A sentence is used for different purposes: – to make a statement; – to ask a question; – to give a command; […]

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Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 1 The simple present and the present continuous

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 1 The simple present and the present continuous 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?

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Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 7 Subject-verb agreement

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 7 Subject-verb agreement Genre/Topic:

What is the difference between the verb ‘has’ and the verb ‘have’? What verbs do we use if two subjects are joined by ‘and’? What verb do we use if the sentence begins with ‘there’?

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6th Grade Grammar Conditionals

6th Grade Grammar Conditionals

We use conditionals to describe the possibility or no possibility of something happening or happened in the past. We have four types of conditionals to express real and imaginary situations. Every conditional has two clauses: ifclause and main clause. An if-clause shows a possible or not possible situation. A main clause shows the result of […]

6th Grade Grammar Subject Verb Agreement

6th Grade Grammar Subject Verb Agreement

A verb and its subject are in agreement, if they are the same in number. A verb must always agree with its subject in number. Rule 1: A singular subject agrees with a singular verb.

6th Grade Grammar Punctuation

6th Grade Grammar Punctuation

There are three ends marks to end a sentence. They are as follows: full stop (.), question mark (?) and exclamation mark (!). The full stop is used to end declarative and imperative sentences. The question mark is used with an interrogative sentence. The exclamation mark is used with exclamatory sentences. Rule 1: Use a […]

6th Grade Grammar Prepositions

6th Grade Grammar Prepositions

A preposition connects a noun or a pronoun with some other words in a sentence. It shows the relationship between the noun or pronoun and the other words.

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