6th Grade Grammar Conjunctions 1

6th Grade Grammar Conjunctions 1

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 5 Expressing the future

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 5 Expressing the future Genre/Topic:

When do we use the simple future tense? What is the structure of simple future tense? What is the difference between ‘will’ and ‘going to’? Do we also use the simple present tense and the present continuous tense to talk about future plans?

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Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 16 Quantifiers

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 16 Quantifiers

What are quantifiers? Can quantifiers be used with both countable and uncountable nouns? When do we use ‘few’, ‘little’, ‘a few’ and ‘a little’? When do we use ‘some’ and ‘any’? When do we use ‘either’ and ‘neither’?

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Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 14 Antonyms, synonyms and homonyms

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 14 Antonyms, synonyms and homonyms

What are antonyms? What are synonyms? What are homonyms?

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6th Grade Grammar Nouns

6th Grade Grammar Nouns

A proper noun, on the other hand, names a particular person, place, thing or idea. Proper nouns always begin with a capital letter. When a proper noun is made up of more than one word, all the words must begin with a capital letter.

6th Grade Grammar Pronouns

6th Grade Grammar Pronouns

A pronoun is a word that replaces a noun or a noun phrase in a sentence. The most commonly used pronouns are called personal pronouns. A personal pronoun refers to a person or thing.

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 9 Question tags, short answers and addition to remarks

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 9 Question tags, short answers and addition to remarks Genre/Topic:

What are question tags? Do we use nouns in question tags? How do we make agreements with positive remarks? How do we make agreements to negative remarks? How do we make disagreements?

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Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 4 The simple past and the present continuous

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 4 The simple past and the present continuous Genre/Topic:

What is the difference between simple past tense and present perfect tense? When do we use the simple past tense? When do we use the present perfect tense? When we have to give the details of an achievement, an experience or a completed action, what tense do we use?

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Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 6 Articles and nouns

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 6 Articles and nouns Genre/Topic: ,

What are indefinite articles? When do we use the articles ‘a’ and ‘an’? What is the definite article? Where do we use it? Do we also use articles before plural nouns?

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Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 13 Direct and indirect speech

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 13 Direct and indirect speech Genre/Topic:

What is the direct speech? What is the indirect speech? When changing a verb from direct to indirect, do we change the verbs as well? What are reporting verbs? How do we report imperative sentences? How do we report yes/no questions?

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