Insert a preposition into this sentence: I’m dreaming……..becoming a famous scientist one day.
About or of.
Add the preposition: We decided…………..(not to) buying the new car.
Write your own sentences using the following prepositions:
From, under, through, behind
I received a new Ferrari from my grandpa for Christmas
The blanket man lives under the Howard Drive bridge.
Lucy stepped through the back of the cupboard into Narnia.
I hide behind the bathroom door to give my sister a fright.
Identify the words from this list that are NOT prepositions:
Lightbulb, theirs, from, school, wonderful, upon, to, throughout, off, before, inside, friendly, scary, yelled, beyond, favorite, under, by, across, into, home
Lightbulb, theirs, school, wonderful, throughout, friendly, scary, yelled, favorite, home.
What tenses do we use for ongoing actions?
The continuous tenses
What is the present continuous tense. Give an example.
It’s describes continuous actions in the present. E.g. I am eating
What do we call a word that is a helping verb. Give an example.
An auxiliary verb. I AM eating. “ Am” is the auxiliary verb and eating is the continuous verb.
When do you use the past continuous tense? Give an example.
For continuous actions in the past. E.g. I was eating.
When do you use the future continuous tense? Give an example.
To describe continuous actions in the future. E.g I shall be eating.
Change the following to the present continuous tense: I (eat)now I (ride) a hippopotamus now I (get) hungry now We (plan)the party now He (swim)in the river now He (sleep) in his comfortable bed now
I am eating now I am riding...now I am getting hungry now We are planning the party now He is swimming... Now He is sleeping.... Now
Give the plurals for the following words: Drum Chair Biscuit Sleeve
Give the plurals for the following words: Box Glass Bus Kiss Match
Boxes Glasses Buses Kisses Matches
Give the plurals for the following: Fly Baby Pony Berry Dummy
Flies Babies Ponies Berries Dummies
Give the plural for the following: Shelf Elf Half Scarf Thief
Shelves Elves Halves Scarves Thieves
What is a simile? Give some examples
A simile describes one thing in terms of another, usually using the word “like”. E.g “She arrived like a whirlwind” or “they ran around like frightened children”.
Give examples of metaphors.
The wind sneaks in through the door and skulks around looking for some paper to snatch.
Give the degrees of comparison for the following words: Huge Big Sad Dry Bumpy Polite Heavy Icy Beautiful Fat Delicious
Huge huger hugest Big bigger biggest Sad sadder saddest Dry drier driest Bumpy bumpier bumpiest Polite politer politest Heavy heavier heaviest Icy iciest iciest Beautiful more beautiful most beautiful Fat fatter fattest Delicious more delicious most delicious
What is a conjunction and give examples.
A conjunction joins words, sentences or phrases. E.g and, but, or, nor
Write either “their” or “there” in the following sentences:
…………is the President of the United States
It is………..home that we will visit tonight
Chris and Jack put ………….jackets over …………..
……………..national flag is the one over…………….
There is the President….
It is their home……
Chris and Jack put their jackets over there
Their national flag is the one over there
How is “it is” written as a contraction?
Insert a preposition into this sentence: My dad bought eggs……… the supermarket.
At or from
Insert either “it’s” or “its” into the following sentences:
………….about time I learned to tell the time
The car lost half ……..bumper
I think …..cute
……… Too much for the dog to eat
I love …..tail
It's snowing It's about time....... The car lost half its bumper I think it's cute It's too much for the dog to eat. I love its tail.