Adverbs of Manner

For most adverbs of manner, add ‘ly’ to the adjective. Example: Rohit is a ‘careful’ worker, becomes Rohit works ‘carefully.’ A few adverbs of manner are irregular: Example: good = well; hard = hard; fast = fast. Rohit is a …

Relationships & Personal Pronouns

A) HIS or HER? Example:  What’s your wife’s name?  Her name is Mira. What’s your brother’s name? ______name is Ravi. What’s your mother’s name? ______name is Maya. What’s your husband’s name? ______name is Amit. What’s your grandfather’s name? ______name is Kalyan. …

Short Forms – am not/ is not/ are not

I am not (I’m not) He is not (he’s not or he isn’t) She is not (she’s not or she isn’t) It is not (it’s not or it isn’t) We are not (we’re not or we aren’t) You are not …

Short Forms – Am/Is/Are

I am (I’m) He is (he’s) She is (she’s) It is (it’s) We are (we’re) You are (you’re) They are (they’re) A) Fill in the blanks with am, is, or are. Example: The weather is pleasant today. I ___ not rich. This bag …

Its or It’s

It’s is always short for ‘it is’ or ‘it has.’ It is raining. OR It’s raining. It has been a long time. OR It’s been a long time. Its (without an apostrophe) means ‘belonging to it.’ The cat looks after …

Sentences 2

Please pay attention to spelling, capitalisation, punctuation and the order of words in a sentence. Remember to use the correct form of the verb: (I play, she plays) Read about Lata. Then write about yourself. Example: Lata reads a book. …

Sentences 1

Please pay attention to spelling, capitalisation, punctuation and the order of words in a sentence. Remember to use the correct form of the verb: (I write, he writes) Read about Ayesha. Then talk/write about yourself. Example: Ayesha wears a jacket. …

Tenses – Present Tense 5

Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb in brackets: Example: She ___ butter on the bread and ___ sugar on it.  (spread, sprinkle) She spreads butter on the bread and sprinkles sugar on it. The airplane___high in the …

Tenses – Present Tense 4

Don’t and doesn’t are contractions. Don’t is a contraction of do not, while doesn’t is a contraction of does not. I don’t want to go to school. Don’t you like ice cream? Don’t touch the stove! In a command the subject (you) is left out. …