3rd Grade Grammar Comparison of Adjectives

3rd Grade Grammar Comparison of Adjectives Genre/Topic: ,

Words like oldest, youngest, older, taller, shorter and shortest show comparisons. Oldest, youngest and shortest are examples of the superlative form. Taller and shorter are examples of the comparative form. We use comparative adjectives when we compare two people, places, animals or objects.

Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 12 Voice active and passive

Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 12 Voice active and passive Genre/Topic: ,

What is the passive voice? What form of the verbs is used in the passive voice? When we are changing a sentence in an active voice to a sentence in a passive voice, do we change the verbs as well?

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Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 41 Reported Speech 3

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 41 Reported Speech 3 Genre/Topic:

How do we report questions? What is the structure of reported wh- questions? What the structure is of reported yes/no questions? Are both ‘if’ and ‘whether’ equally preferable while reporting yes/no questions?

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Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 8 Questions

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 8 Questions Genre/Topic:

What are yes/no questions? What is their structure? What are information questions? What is their structure? What are question tags? How do we make question tags? Where do we use ‘any’ and ‘some’?

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Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 5 The present perfect tense (II)

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 5 The present perfect tense (II) Genre/Topic:

When do we use ‘just’ and ‘already’? When do we use ‘yet’? What is the difference between ‘since’ and ‘for’?

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Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 25 Must, mustn’t and needn’t

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 25 Must, mustn’t and needn’t

When do we use ‘must’? When do we use ‘mustn’t’? What do we use when we mean that it is not necessary to do something? When do we use ‘needn’t have’?

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 23 Verbs followed by a gerund

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 23 Verbs followed by a gerund Genre/Topic: ,

What are some verbs that must have an object before gerund? What are some verbs that can’t have an object before a gerund? What are some verbs that can be followed by either a gerund or a bare infinitive? Do the meanings differ in such cases?

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Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 8 Pronouns

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 8 Pronouns Genre/Topic:

What are pronouns? When do we use ‘he’, ‘she’ and ‘it’? Can we use ‘they’ in place of singular nouns? What are ‘Mr.’ and ‘Mrs.’?

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Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 8 Verbs – the present continuous tense

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 8 Verbs - the present continuous tense Genre/Topic: ,

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

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 38 At, in and on: Prepositions of place

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 38 At, in and on: Prepositions of place Genre/Topic:

When do we use ‘at’ when we are talking about place? When do we ‘on’ when we are talking about place? Is it correct to say ‘My house is on the Bagmati River’? When do we use ‘in’ when we are talking about place?

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