Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 14 Determiners

Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 14 Determiners Genre/Topic:

What are determiners? How many types of determiners are there? When do we use ‘many’ and ‘much’? Can we use ‘a few’ with uncountable nouns? Can we use ‘some’ and ‘any’ with both uncountable and countable nouns?

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Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 6 The present perfect tense (III)

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 6 The present perfect tense (III) Genre/Topic:

What is the difference between ‘gone’ and ‘been’? What is the difference between ‘ever’ and ‘never’?

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Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 11 The past perfect continuous tense

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 11 The past perfect continuous tense Genre/Topic:

What is the structure of past perfect continuous tense? When do we use the past perfect continuous tense? What is the difference between the present perfect continuous tense and the past perfect continuous tense?

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Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 8 Tense simple present and present continuous

Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 8 Tense simple present and present continuous Genre/Topic:

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

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 30 Relative clauses: Defining

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 30 Relative clauses: Defining Genre/Topic: ,

What are relative clauses? What are defining relative clauses? Is it possible to omit the relative pronouns? When do we use ‘who’, ‘which’ or ‘that’?

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5th Grade Grammar Relatives

5th Grade Grammar Relatives

Relative pronouns (who, whose, whom, which, that) introduce relative clauses. We use relative clauses to identify the noun in the main clause.

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 16 Be going to

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 16 Be going to

What is the difference between ‘have’ and ‘have got’? Does the verb ‘have’ have its continuous forms? What is the past form of ‘have got’?

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5th Grade Grammar Infinitive Gerund

5th Grade Grammar Infinitive Gerund

The infinitive is the base form of a verb. It is often preceded by the word to. Infinitives often appear after other verbs. Some verbs have an object before the infinitive. In these examples, the objects are in bold.

1st Grade Grammar Vocabulary Homophones Synonyms Antonyms 1

1st Grade Grammar Vocabulary Homophones Synonyms Antonyms 1 Genre/Topic: ,

Homophones are words that sound the same but are spelled differently and have different meanings. A synonym is a word having the same meaning as another word. An antonym is a word which is opposite in meaning to another word.

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 40 Reported Speech 2

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 40 Reported Speech 2 Genre/Topic: ,

How do we report universal truths and facts? How do we report imperative sentences? Can we also use reporting verbs other than ‘say’ and ‘tell’?

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