Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 10 Will, shall and going to

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 10 Will, shall and going to Genre/Topic:

When do we use ‘will’? When do we use ‘shall’? When do we use ‘going to’? Can ‘shall’ be used with ‘I and we’?

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5th Grade Grammar Present Simple Present Continuous

5th Grade Grammar Present Simple Present Continuous

Verb tenses tell you when an action happens. If the action happens regularly, sometimes or never, we use the simple present tense. The simple present tense is also used to state facts.

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 14 Verbs – The future tense

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 14 Verbs - The future tense Genre/Topic: ,

When do we use the future tense? If we add ‘will’ before the verbs, do they change to future tense verbs?

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5th Grade Grammar Conditionals

5th Grade Grammar Conditionals

Conditionals consist of the if-clause (guess), which begins with the word if, and the main clause, which shows the result of the guess.

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 37 The infinitive clause in reports

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 37 The infinitive clause in reports Genre/Topic: ,

How do we report imperative sentences? Can we use other reporting verbs as well?

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2nd Grade Grammar Adjectives

2nd Grade Grammar Adjectives Genre/Topic: ,

Adjectives tell us more about nouns (things, places, people and animals). We use adjectives to compare two or more things, places, people and animals. To compare two or more things, places, people and animals, we use the comparative form of the adjective + than.

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 23 Reported speech (I)

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 23 Reported speech (I) Genre/Topic:

What is the direct speech? What is the indirect speech? What are reporting verbs? What is the difference between ‘say’ and ‘tell’? Do we also change the things we report when changing a direct speech into an indirect speech?

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3rd Grade Grammar Prepositions of Place

3rd Grade Grammar Prepositions of Place Genre/Topic:

Words like beside, opposite, by, above, below, behind, into, in front of, up, in, on, near, out of, up, down, at and under are called prepositions. Prepositions are short words that are used with nouns and pronouns to show time and place.

2nd Grade Grammar Can Ability

2nd Grade Grammar Can Ability Genre/Topic:

Can means the ability to do something. To show positive ability, we use can. To show negative ability, we use cannot. We use can or cannot with I, you, he, she, it, they, we and nouns.

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 14 Linking verbs: complement

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 14 Linking verbs: complement Genre/Topic: ,

What is the complement? What is the linking verb? Do we use ‘to be’ after ‘seem’ and ‘appear’? Can we use ‘get’ instead of ‘become’ in all sentences? What linking verbs express gradual change? What verbs express the opposite?

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