3rd Grade Grammar Question Words

3rd Grade Grammar Question Words Genre/Topic:

Words like who, what, when, where, why and how are used to ask questions. They are called question words.

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 19 Wh- questions

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 19 Wh- questions Genre/Topic:

What are wh- questions? How do we form wh- questions?

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Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 2 Nouns – singular and plural

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 2 Nouns - singular and plural Genre/Topic:

How many types of nouns are there on the basis of number? What are singular nouns? What are plural nouns? How can singular nouns be changed to plural?

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 44 Prepositions after verbs (2)

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 44 Prepositions after verbs (2) Genre/Topic: ,

What is the difference between ‘think of’ and ‘think about’? Which among the two, ‘think of’ or ‘think about’ is used to express intentions? What is the difference between ‘hear about’, ‘hear of’ and ‘hear from’? Do ‘laugh at’ and ‘laugh about’ mean the same thing?

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 36 Reporting questions

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 36 Reporting questions Genre/Topic: , ,

What reporting verbs can be used to report questions? What does the reported clause begin with if the question is a yes/no question? Which is more preferable while reporting yes/ no questions: ‘if’ or ‘whether’? How do we report wh- questions? How do we report question tags?

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Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 9 Question tags, short answers and addition to remarks

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 9 Question tags, short answers and addition to remarks Genre/Topic:

What are question tags? Do we use nouns in question tags? How do we make agreements with positive remarks? How do we make agreements to negative remarks? How do we make disagreements?

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Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 43 Comparatives and superlatives

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 43 Comparatives and superlatives Genre/Topic: ,

How can an adjective be changed to its comparative and superlative forms? How can an adverb be changed to its comparative and superlative forms? When do we use the comparative form of adjectives and adverbs? When do we use the superlative form of adjectives and adverbs?

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4th Grade Grammar Both Neither All None

4th Grade Grammar Both Neither All None

Both refers to two people, things, animals, etc. It has a positive meaning and is used with a plural verb. Both of the girls have long hair. Neither refers to two people, things, animals, etc. It has a negative meaning. It is used with singular verbs. Neither of them has got short hair.

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 29 Article with plural and uncountable nouns

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 29 Article with plural and uncountable nouns Genre/Topic: ,

What articles do we use with uncountable nouns? Can we use articles with adjectives as well?

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2nd Grade Grammar Present Continuous Is Am Are Verb ing

2nd Grade Grammar Present Continuous Is Am Are Verb ing Genre/Topic:

We use the present continuous tense (is / am / are + ing) for actions happening right now.

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