Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 6 Articles and nouns

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 6 Articles and nouns Genre/Topic: ,

What are indefinite articles? When do we use the articles ‘a’ and ‘an’? What is the definite article? Where do we use it? Do we also use articles before plural nouns?

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Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 15 Future perfect

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 15 Future perfect Genre/Topic:

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

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3rd Grade Grammar Determiners Much and Many

3rd Grade Grammar Determiners Much and Many

1st Grade Grammar Questions and Statements 2

1st Grade Grammar Questions and Statements 2 Genre/Topic: ,

A sentence that asks something is called a question. It ends in a question mark (?). A sentence that tells something is called a statement. It ends with a full stop or period(.).

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1st Grade Grammar Sentences 4

1st Grade Grammar Sentences 4 Genre/Topic:

A sentence is a group of words that gives a complete meaning. Read the groups of words below. Which ones are sentences? Which ones are not?

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 7 Verbs – the simple present tense

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 7 Verbs - the simple present tense Genre/Topic: ,

When do we use the simple present tense? What is the structure of simple present tense?

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Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 1 The alphabet – Capital and small letters

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 1 The alphabet - Capital and small letters Genre/Topic:

What are the letters of the alphabet? What are capital letters? What are small letters? When do we use capital letters?

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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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