Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 13 Prepositions

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 13 Prepositions Genre/Topic:

What are prepositions? Can prepositions be used to tell the time? When is the preposition ‘at’ used? When do we use the prepositions ‘in’ and ‘on’?

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Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 15 Prepositions

Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 15 Prepositions Genre/Topic:

What are prepositions? What are the prepositions of time? What are the prepositions of place? What are the prepositions of position and direction?

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Grade 7 Grammar Lesson 13 Sentence transformation

Grade 7 Grammar Lesson 13 Sentence transformation Genre/Topic:

How can assertive sentences be transformed into rhetorical questions? How can a complex sentence be changed into a complex sentence; and vice versa? Can we also change the degrees of comparison?

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1st Grade Grammar Proper Nouns 1

1st Grade Grammar Proper Nouns 1 Genre/Topic:

Special names are proper nouns. They always start with a CAPITAL letter.

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Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 2 The present continuous tense

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 2 The present continuous tense Genre/Topic:

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

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1st Grade Grammar The Alphabet Capital and Small Letters 5

1st Grade Grammar The Alphabet Capital and Small Letters 5 Genre/Topic:

Letters from Aa to Zz are called the alphabet. There are altogether 26 letters in the English alphabet. There are five vowels: a e i o u. The rest of the letters are consonants.

Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 6 Sentences simple, compound and complex

Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 6 Sentences simple, compound and complex Genre/Topic:

What is a simple sentence? What is a compound sentence? What is a complex sentence? Are all simple sentences short?

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Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 14 Pronouns

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 14 Pronouns Genre/Topic: ,

What are pronouns? What is the difference between adjectives and pronouns?

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Grade 7 Grammar Lesson 8 Reporting questions and imperatives

Grade 7 Grammar Lesson 8 Reporting questions and imperatives Genre/Topic: ,

How do we report yes/no questions? How do we report wh- questions? How do we report imperatives? Can w use other reporting verbs except ‘say’ or ‘tell’?

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5th Grade Grammar Past Perfect Past Perfect Continuous

5th Grade Grammar Past Perfect Past Perfect Continuous

We form the past perfect with had + past participle. We use the past perfect for a past action which happened before another past action.

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