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Nouns – singular and plural

No sentence is complete without at least one noun. There are two classes of nouns: common nouns and proper nouns. Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR at www.sponsoravillage.ca for a FREE Lesson. COMMENTS I welcome your comments. HELP Click HERE or go to www.sponsoravillage.ca to help children in remote villages learn English. […]

Verbs – Action and no action verbs

Verbs are words that tell what people or things do, what happens to them or what they are like. Every sentence and clause must have a verb. There are two kinds of verbs: action and no action verbs (state of being). Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR at www.sponsoravillage.ca for a FREE Lesson. COMMENTS I welcome your comments. HELP […] […]

Linking verbs

Linking verbs are a small group of verbs that do not express action. The verb ‘be’ is the most important linking verb. Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR at www.sponsoravillage.ca for a FREE Lesson. COMMENTS I welcome your comments. HELP Click HERE or go to www.sponsoravillage.ca to help children in remote villages learn English. […]

Regular and irregular verbs

Regular verbs are verbs in which the past tense is formed by adding ‘ed’ to the present tense. The future tense is formed by adding ‘shall’ or ‘will’ to the present tense of a verb. Irregular verbs are verbs in which the past tense does not end in ‘ed’ but is formed in various ways. Click HERE […] […]

Subject/Verb agreement

There must be agreement between the subject (noun or pronoun) and the predicate verb. of a sentence. Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR at www.sponsoravillage.ca for a FREE Lesson. COMMENTS I welcome your comments. HELP Click HERE or go to www.sponsoravillage.ca to help children in remote villages learn English. […]

Subject/Verb agreement

There must be agreement between the subject (noun or pronoun) and the predicate verb of a sentence. Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR at www.sponsoravillage.ca for a FREE Lesson. COMMENTS I welcome your comments. HELP Click HERE or go to www.sponsoravillage.ca to help children in remote villages learn English. […]

Verbs – Active and State of Being

Active verbs express or describe action. State of being verbs are linking verbs that do not express action. Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR at www.sponsoravillage.ca for a FREE Lesson. COMMENTS I welcome your comments. HELP Click HERE or go to www.sponsoravillage.ca to help children in remote villages learn English. […]

Irregular verbs

The verb ‘be’ is not only the most important linking verb, it is also the most irregular verb in the English Language. Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR at www.sponsoravillage.ca for a FREE Lesson. COMMENTS I welcome your comments. HELP Click HERE or go to www.sponsoravillage.ca to help children in remote villages learn English. […]

Linking verbs

Linking verbs are a small group of verbs that do not express action. The verb ‘be’ is the most important linking verb. Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR at www.sponsoravillage.ca for a FREE Lesson. COMMENTS I welcome your comments. HELP Click HERE or go to www.sponsoravillage.ca to help children in remote villages learn English. […]

Phrasal verbs

Phrasal verb refers to a group of words made up of a verb and a preposition which has a special meaning. They are commonly used in informal English. Click HERE or go to GRAMMAR at www.sponsoravillage.ca for a FREE Lesson. COMMENTS I welcome your comments. HELP Click HERE or go to www.sponsoravillage.ca to help children in remote villages learn English. […]