3rd Grade Grammar Plurals

3rd Grade Grammar Plurals Genre/Topic:

Words like pets, foxes, buses, temples and men are the plural forms of nouns. They mean more than one in number. Learn the plurals of some common words.

1st Grade Grammar Present Continuous 1

1st Grade Grammar Present Continuous 1 Genre/Topic:

We use the present continuous for actions happening right now. Learn the spelling rules for -ing forms of verbs.

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 15 Conjunctions

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 15 Conjunctions Genre/Topic:

What are conjunctions? When do we use the conjunction ‘and’? When do we use the conjunction ‘but’? When do we use the conjunction ‘or’?

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Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 17 The verb ‘have’

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 17 The verb ‘have’

When do we use ‘used to’? What is the present form of ‘used to’? How do we form negatives and questions with ‘used to’?

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3rd Grade Grammar Prepositions of Time

3rd Grade Grammar Prepositions of Time Genre/Topic:

Words like in, on and at are prepositions of time. They are used to express time.

Grade 7 Grammar Lesson 4 Verbs: non-finite forms

Grade 7 Grammar Lesson 4 Verbs: non-finite forms Genre/Topic:

What are finite verbs? What are non-finite verbs? What is a participle? What is a gerund?

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Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 7 Adjectives

Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 7 Adjectives Genre/Topic:

What are adjectives? What is the difference between a noun and an adjective? Are names of colors also adjectives?

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 49 There and it as subjects

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 49 There and it as subjects Genre/Topic:

Why do we use ‘there’ as subjects? Is ‘there+ be’ followed by definite word or indefinite words? How does the verb agree with the subject ‘there’?

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4th Grade Grammar Possessives

4th Grade Grammar Possessives

We use the possessive case: • To show that something belongs to somebody – maya’s bag • To explain the relationship between two or more people – Krishna’s mother The possessive case is formed in two ways. • By adding ‘s for people and animals • By adding the preposition of for things

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 9 The past continuous tense

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 9 The past continuous tense Genre/Topic:

What is the structure of past continuous tense? When do we use the past continuous tense? What is the difference between the past continuous tense and the simple past tense?

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