Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 18 Sentences

Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 18 Sentences Genre/Topic:

What is formed when letters combine? What is formed when words combine? Does a sentence begin with a small letter or a capital letter? What does a sentence end with?

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3rd Grade Grammar Composition Writing

3rd Grade Grammar Composition Writing Genre/Topic:

The following are some of the common forms of writing for grade 3. 1. Diary 2. Personal Narrative 3. Description 4. Story 5. Information Paragraph 6. Friendly Letter 7. How-to Paragraph 8. Paragraph that Contrasts

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 16 Verbs with double objects

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 16 Verbs with double objects Genre/Topic: ,

What is the direct object? What is an indirect object? Are all verbs followed by double objects? Can these objects be reversed in a sentence? What are prepositional objects?

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 49 There and it as subjects

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 49 There and it as subjects Genre/Topic:

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’?

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Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 19 Questions and statements

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 19 Questions and statements Genre/Topic: ,

What are interrogative sentences? Do we always end a sentence in a question mark? What are statements? Do they always end in a full stop?

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Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 35 Tag questions

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 35 Tag questions Genre/Topic: ,

What are tag questions? Are tag questions negative for positive sentences and positive for negative sentences? What is the tag question after imperative sentences? What is the tag question after ‘Let’s’? What is the tag question after ‘nobody’, ‘everybody’ ,’someone’ etc?

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Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 3 Types of sentence

Grade 4 Grammar Lesson 3 Types of sentence Genre/Topic:

What are interrogative sentences? What are assertive sentences? What are exclamatory sentences? Do they always end in an exclamation mark? What are imperative sentences?

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Grade 7 Grammar Lesson 14 Synthesis of sentences

Grade 7 Grammar Lesson 14 Synthesis of sentences Genre/Topic:

What is an apposition? How can we combine two sentences into one?

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3rd Grade Grammar There is There are

3rd Grade Grammar There is There are Genre/Topic:

There is… + singular countable noun There is an apple. There is a glass. There are… + plural countable noun There are apples. There are glasses. There is + uncountable noun There is no toothpaste. There is bread.

3rd Grade Grammar Question Words

3rd Grade Grammar Question Words Genre/Topic:

Words like who, what, when, where, why and how are used to ask questions. They are called question words.

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