Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 29 Causatives: make, get and have

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 29 Causatives: make, get and have Genre/Topic:

What are causative verbs? When do we use the verbs ‘make’ and have’? When do we use the verb ‘get’? What is the difference between ‘make’, ‘have’ and ‘get’?

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 22 Verbs followed by infinitives and gerund

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 22 Verbs followed by infinitives and gerund Genre/Topic: , ,

What are gerunds? What are some verbs that are always followed by a ‘to infinitive’? What are some verbs that are always followed by a gerund? Do some verbs take both the ‘to infinite’ and the gerund without any difference?

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Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 14 Speech direct and indirect

Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 14 Speech direct and indirect Genre/Topic:

What is a direct speech? What is an indirect speech? What are 1st person, 2nd person and 3rd person? What are reporting verbs? What is the difference between ‘say’ and ‘tell’? When we are changing a direct speech to an indirect one, do we change the verbs as well?

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1st Grade Grammar Possessive Verbs Has Have 2

1st Grade Grammar Possessive Verbs Has Have 2 Genre/Topic:

Has and have tell us that something belongs to a person, animal or thing. Has is used with singular nouns and pronouns.

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 44 Prepositions after verbs (2)

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 44 Prepositions after verbs (2) Genre/Topic: ,

What is the difference between ‘think of’ and ‘think about’? Which among the two, ‘think of’ or ‘think about’ is used to express intentions? What is the difference between ‘hear about’, ‘hear of’ and ‘hear from’? Do ‘laugh at’ and ‘laugh about’ mean the same thing?

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Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 36 Reporting questions

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 36 Reporting questions Genre/Topic: , ,

What reporting verbs can be used to report questions? What does the reported clause begin with if the question is a yes/no question? Which is more preferable while reporting yes/ no questions: ‘if’ or ‘whether’? How do we report wh- questions? How do we report question tags?

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Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 43 Comparatives and superlatives

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 43 Comparatives and superlatives Genre/Topic: ,

How can an adjective be changed to its comparative and superlative forms? How can an adverb be changed to its comparative and superlative forms? When do we use the comparative form of adjectives and adverbs? When do we use the superlative form of adjectives and adverbs?

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1st Grade Grammar Verbs To Be 1

1st Grade Grammar Verbs To Be 1 Genre/Topic:

The words am, is, are are also verbs, but they are not action words. These verbs are called be verbs.

Grade 7 Grammar Lesson 8 Reporting questions and imperatives

Grade 7 Grammar Lesson 8 Reporting questions and imperatives Genre/Topic: ,

How do we report yes/no questions? How do we report wh- questions? How do we report imperatives? Can w use other reporting verbs except ‘say’ or ‘tell’?

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Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 7 Verbs – the simple present tense

Grade 3 Grammar Lesson 7 Verbs - the simple present tense Genre/Topic: ,

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

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