Adjectives and Adverbs.

Adjectives tell us more about nouns.

E.g. A red bus.
E.g. A hot day.
E.g. A delicious cake.

Adverbs tell us more about verbs.

E.g. They walk slowly.
E.g. She sings beautifully.
E.g. John works quietly.


The apostrophe (') is for abbrevation and possession. Abbreviation is making things shorter. Possession is having things.

E.g. John's car isn't very fast.

Conditional Sentences.

We use conditional sentences to talk about possibilities.

E.g. If I were you, I would leave early.


We usually need to write a word before a noun such as "a", "the", "some" or "no". This word is called a determiner.

E.g. The dog saw a cat on the wall.

Linking words.

Learn about linking words or conjunctions such as "and", "but", "although", "yet", "so", "because", "either", "or", "neither" and "nor".

Modal Verbs.

Learn about words such as "can", "could", "may", "might", "shall", "should", "will", "would", "must" and others.


When we are talking about more than one thing, we often need to change the word we use.

E.g The red cars were fast, but the blue car was slow.


Prepositions are words that help tell us where or when something is.

E.g. I was at the park on Tuesday.


We use pronouns to replace nouns.

E.g. I saw him yesterday.


Learn how to use symbols such as - . , "" '' ; : in English.

Reported Speech.

When we report what somebody said, we need to change the words a little bit.

Verb tenses.

We have to change the verb we use depending on the time at which we do something.

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