Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 8 Nouns – Male and female

Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 8 Nouns - Male and female Genre/Topic:

What are some examples of male nouns? What are some examples of female nouns?

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6th Grade Grammar Verbs

6th Grade Grammar Verbs

A verb expresses an action or a state of being. It can be made of one word or more than one word. When a verb has more than one word (as in the second sentence), then the verb is made of a main verb and one or more than one helping verb. A main verb […]

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 45 The infinitives and the -ing form

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 45 The infinitives and the -ing form Genre/Topic: ,

What verbs are always followed by the ‘-ing’? What verbs are always followed by the ‘to infinitve’?

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Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 29 Conditionals 2

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 29 Conditionals 2 Genre/Topic: ,

What is the conditional type II? What tenses can be used in the if clause of imaginary conditions? When do we use an imaginary condition?

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 35 Reporting statements

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 35 Reporting statements Genre/Topic: ,

What is the direct speech? What is the indirect speech? What are reporting verbs? Do we change the pronouns when changing a sentence from direct to indirect? Are other expressions changed too?

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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.

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 47 Adverbial clauses: Purpose and result

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 47 Adverbial clauses: Purpose and result Genre/Topic: ,

For what purpose do we use ‘in order/so as+ to infinitive’? Instead of ‘in order/so as+ to infinitive’, can we simply use the ‘to infinitive’? How do we form negatives in ‘so as/in order’? What is the difference in use of ‘for + noun’ and ‘so..that’?

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Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 39 Reported speech 1

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 39 Reported speech 1 Genre/Topic: ,

What is the direct speech? What is the indirect speech? What is the difference between ‘say’ and ‘tell’? What are reporting verbs? What do they do?

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3rd Grade Grammar Comparison of Adjectives

3rd Grade Grammar Comparison of Adjectives Genre/Topic: ,

Words like oldest, youngest, older, taller, shorter and shortest show comparisons. Oldest, youngest and shortest are examples of the superlative form. Taller and shorter are examples of the comparative form. We use comparative adjectives when we compare two people, places, animals or objects.

Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 12 Voice active and passive

Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 12 Voice active and passive Genre/Topic: ,

What is the passive voice? What form of the verbs is used in the passive voice? When we are changing a sentence in an active voice to a sentence in a passive voice, do we change the verbs as well?

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