2nd Grade Grammar Present Simple

2nd Grade Grammar Present Simple Genre/Topic:

Verbs have tenses. A tense tells about the time. The coloured verbs above are in the present simple tense. We use the present simple to talk about things we do regularly, or things which are always true.

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 10 Relative clauses

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 10 Relative clauses Genre/Topic: ,

What are clauses? What are relative clauses? When do we use ‘who’, ‘which’ or ‘that’? When do we use ‘whose’? When do we use ‘where’?

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3rd Grade Grammar Imperatives

3rd Grade Grammar Imperatives

We use imperatives to give warnings, orders, instructions and directions.

1st Grade Grammar Nouns Singular and Plural 5

1st Grade Grammar Nouns Singular and Plural 5 Genre/Topic:

Nouns can be singular or plural. Book, pen, cow, owl and tree are one in number. So, they are singular nouns. Books, pens, cows, owls and trees are more than one in number. So, they are plural nouns.

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Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 36 Articles

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 36 Articles Genre/Topic:

What article do we use before singular countable nouns? Do we also use articles before plural countable nouns and uncountable nouns? When do we use the articles ‘a’ and ‘an’? When do we use the article ‘the’? Do we use articles before names of meals?

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Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 8 Kinds of pronouns

Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 8 Kinds of pronouns Genre/Topic:

What are pronouns? What is a personal pronoun? What are possessive pronouns? What are reflective pronouns? What are demonstrative pronouns? What are interrogative pronouns? What are relative pronouns?

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6th Grade Grammar Sentences

6th Grade Grammar Sentences

A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought. A sentence has a subject and a verb. A sentence starts with a capital letter and ends with a punctuation mark. A sentence is used for different purposes: – to make a statement; – to ask a question; – to give a command; […]

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 17 Negation

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 17 Negation Genre/Topic:

How do we change an auxiliary verb into negative? How do we change a verb in simple present or a simple past to its negative? If the statement contains positive words like ‘just’, ‘already’ or ‘some’, do we change those words as well? How do we change a main verb into negative?

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Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 4 Nouns

Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 4 Nouns Genre/Topic:

What are nouns? Are names of all animals, places and people nouns?

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1st Grade Grammar Nouns Gender 1

1st Grade Grammar Nouns Gender 1 Genre/Topic:

Grandfather, father and son are from the he-group. We call the nouns in this group masculine. Grandmother, mother and daughter are from the she-group.We call the nouns in this group feminine.

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