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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4th Grade Grammar Object Pronouns and Imperatives

4th Grade Grammar Object Pronouns and Imperatives

Object pronouns are personal pronouns which come after a verb or a preposition. Me, him, her, us, it, you, and them are object pronouns.

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 4 Present perfect and past simple (2)

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 4 Present perfect and past simple (2) Genre/Topic:

When do we use ‘just’ and ‘already’? Do ‘just’ and ‘already’ suggest positive actions or negative actions? Can we use ‘yet’ in positive statements? What do ‘recently’ and ‘lately’ mean? What do ‘so far’ and ‘up to now’ suggest?

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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.

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4th Grade Grammar Adjectives Adverbs Comparisons

4th Grade Grammar Adjectives Adverbs Comparisons

An adjective describes a noun. Adjectives usually come before nouns. They can also be used after the verb be. They have the same form in the singular and plural.

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 12 Articles

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 12 Articles Genre/Topic: ,

When do we use the simple future tense? What is the structure of simple future tense? When do we use ‘shall’? When do we use ‘will’?

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Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 10 Adjectives – Comparison

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 10 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’? Do we always add ‘the’ in front of the superlatives when we write a sentence?

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Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 25 Reported speech (III)

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 25 Reported speech (III) Genre/Topic:

How do we report yes/no questions? How do we report wh- questions? How do we report imperatives? Can we use other reporting verbs besides ‘say’ and ‘tell’?

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Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 34 Causative Verbs

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 34 Causative Verbs Genre/Topic:

What are causative verbs? When do we make a sentence with ‘have something done’? What is the difference in the causative verbs ‘get’ and ‘make’? What is the structure of sentences with causative verbs?

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6th Grade Grammar Adjectives 1

6th Grade Grammar Adjectives 1
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