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 9 Grammar Lesson 14 Will be doing (future continuous)

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 14 Will be doing (future continuous) Genre/Topic:

What is the structure of future continuous tense? When do we use the future continuous tense?

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Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 30 Conditionals 3

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 30 Conditionals 3 Genre/Topic: ,

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

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3rd Grade Grammar Possessives

3rd Grade Grammar Possessives

Words like her, his, its, my, our, your and their are possessive adjectives. A possessive adjective tells who owns something. It is used to describe a noun. It comes before nouns, like other adjectives.

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Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 14 Will and be going to

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 14 Will and be going to

When do we use ‘will’? When do we use ‘going to’?

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Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 7 Past continuous

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 7 Past continuous Genre/Topic:

What is the structure of past continuous tense? When do we use the past continuous tense? How can we form negatives and questions in past continuous tense? Can we also use the past continuous tense for two actions that happened together in the past?

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Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 24 Must and have to

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 24 Must and have to

What is the difference between ‘must’ and ‘have to’? Does ‘must’ have a past form? Does ‘have to’ have a past form? What is the difference between ‘mustn’t’ and ‘don’t have to’?

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4th Grade Grammar Relative Pronouns

4th Grade Grammar Relative Pronouns

Who, which, whose, and that are relative pronouns. Relative pronouns tell us more about nouns (a specific person or thing).

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 18 The sentence

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 18 The sentence

What is formed when letters combine? What is formed when words combine? Does a sentence begin with a small letter or a capital letter? What does a sentence end with?

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Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 13 Questions

Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 13 Questions Genre/Topic:

What are yes/no questions? What is their structure? What are information questions? What is their structure? What are question tags? How do we make question tags?

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