5th Grade Grammar Questions Question Words Question

5th Grade Grammar Questions Question Words Question

Question tags are short questions put at the end of a statement. We use them when we want to know if the person we are speaking to agrees with us.

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 28 A, an and the: things already known

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 28 A, an and the: things already known Genre/Topic:

Do we always use ‘a/an’ when we mention something for the first time? Is it correct to say ‘a population of..’? Is it correct to say ‘at the beginning of’?

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3rd Grade Grammar Modals Must and Mustnt

3rd Grade Grammar Modals Must and Mustnt Genre/Topic:

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 7 Present perfect continuous

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 7 Present perfect continuous Genre/Topic:

What is the structure of present perfect continuous tense? When do we use the present perfect continuous tense? Can we use a since clause along with the present perfect continuous tense?

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Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 2 Word order (1): Verb + object; place and time

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 2 Word order (1): Verb + object; place and time

Which comes first in a sentence: the verb or the place? What comes first in a sentence: the time or the place? Where do we add words like ‘always’, ‘seldom’ and ‘never’?

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 16 Verbs with double objects

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 16 Verbs with double objects Genre/Topic: ,

What is the direct object? What is an indirect object? Are all verbs followed by double objects? Can these objects be reversed in a sentence? What are prepositional objects?

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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.

1st Grade Grammar Common Nouns 1

1st Grade Grammar Common Nouns 1 Genre/Topic:

A naming word is also called a noun. Girl is a common naming word. There are common naming words for people, places, animals and things. Look at the pictures below and learn all the common nouns.

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 5 Adjectives – comparison

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 5 Adjectives - comparison Genre/Topic:

When do we use comparative adjectives? When do we use superlative adjectives? Can we change all adjectives to their comparative and superlative form by adding ‘-er’ and ‘-est’ respectively? What are the comparatives and superlatives of the adjective ‘bad’? Do we always add ‘the’ in front of the superlatives when we write a sentence?

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