Saturday, 28 April 2012

Singular and Plural Verb Forms

LO: To use singular and plural words in sentences to make verb agree with its subject.

Singular means one; plural means more than one. 


Saturday, 21 April 2012

Quick Check: Present and Past Tenses

Exercise 1
 Simple Past and Present Tenses – ‘is’ and ‘was’  
5.    Sometimes the medieval flint house is not good looking

Exercise 2
Past tenses 

Quick Check: 'A' or 'An'

‘a’ or ‘an’

The article a is used before words beginning with consonant sounds e.g. table, house, dog; whereas the article an is used with words beginning with a vowel sound e.g. apple, egg. Octopus, inn, umbrella.  


Thursday, 12 April 2012

Quick Check: Which word?

Choose the correct word from the bracket to complete each sentence below:
Which word?

No, any, none

Was and Were