Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 41 Reported Speech 3 (2)

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 41 Reported Speech 3

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?
Continue reading »
Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 41 Reported Speech 3



Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 10 The past perfect tense (0)

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 10 The past perfect tense

What is the structure of past perfect tense?
When do we use the past perfect tense?
What is the difference between past perfect tense and the present perfect tense?
What is the difference between the past perfect tense and the simple past tense?
Continue reading »
Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 10 The past perfect tense



Grade 7 Grammar Lesson 14 Synthesis of sentences (0)

Grade 7 Grammar Lesson 14 Synthesis of sentences

What is an apposition?
How can we combine two sentences into one?
Continue reading »
Grade 7 Grammar Lesson 14 Synthesis of sentences



Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 15 Verbs - have and has (0)

Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 15 Verbs – have and has

When to we use the verb ‘have’?
When to we use the verb ‘has’?
Do singular nouns take ‘has’ or ‘have’?
Do plural nouns take ‘has’ or ‘have’?
Continue reading »
Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 15 Verbs – have and has



Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 49 There and it as subjects (1)

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 49 There and it as subjects

Why do we use ‘there’ as subjects?
Is ‘there+ be’ followed by definite word or indefinite words?
How does the verb agree with the subject ‘there’?
Continue reading »
Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 49 There and it as subjects



Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 6 Articles - a and an(0)

Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 6 Articles – a and an

Where do we use the article ‘a’?
Where do we use the article ‘an’?
Do we use articles with both singular and plural nouns?
Is it correct to say ‘an oranges’?
Continue reading »
Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 6 Articles – a and an



Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 4 Present perfect and past simple (2)

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 4 Present perfect and past simple (2)

When do we use ‘just’ and ‘already’?
Do ‘just’ and ‘already’ suggest positive actions or negative actions?
Can we use ‘yet’ in positive statements?
What do ‘recently’ and ‘lately’ mean?
What do ‘so far’ and ‘up to now’ suggest?
Continue reading »
Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 4 Present perfect and past simple (2)