Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 1 The alphabet – Capital and small letters

Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 1 The alphabet - Capital and small letters Genre/Topic:

What are capital letters? What are small letters? When do we use capital letters?

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Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 22 Must and can’t

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 22 Must and can’t

When do we use ‘must’? When do we use ‘can’t’? When do we use ‘must have’ and ‘can’t have’?

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3rd Grade Grammar Present Simple

3rd Grade Grammar Present Simple Genre/Topic: ,

Words like keeps, runs, sees, bites, eats, likes, wags, play, jumps, runs, love and loves are in the present simple form. We use the present simple to talk about things we do regularly, or things that are always true.

2nd Grade Grammar Possessives

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1st Grade Grammar Pronouns 3

1st Grade Grammar Pronouns 3 Genre/Topic:

Words like I, she and we are pronouns. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun.

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 41 More prepositions (2)

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 41 More prepositions (2) Genre/Topic:

What is the difference between the prepositions ‘between’ and ‘among’? What does the phrase ‘among other things’ mean? Which is more preferable: ‘near’ or ‘close to’? Do ‘by’, ‘beside’ and ‘next to’ mean the same?

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Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 12 Adjectives

Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 12 Adjectives Genre/Topic:

Do we use nouns or adjectives to compare two things? Do we always add ‘-er’ after adjectives?

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Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 30 To infinitive and gerund

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 30 To infinitive and gerund Genre/Topic: , ,

What are gerunds? Which verbs are followed by gerunds? What are some verbs which need a to infinitive after them?

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Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 5 Expressing the future

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 5 Expressing the future Genre/Topic:

When do we use the simple future tense? What is the structure of simple future tense? What is the difference between ‘will’ and ‘going to’? Do we also use the simple present tense and the present continuous tense to talk about future plans?

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 9 Past perfect continuous and past perfect

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 9 Past perfect continuous and past perfect Genre/Topic:

What is the difference in use of the past perfect continuous tense and the past perfect tense? Which tense do we use to talk about the completion of an activity?

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