Make a cube on the four sides write four words. Throw it like a dice. Take turns and make sentences from those words that come on top.
- This lesson will help you to
- understand the rules of grammar
- apply various grammatical rules in everyday use
- make sentences using various rules of grammar.
- build confidence about the language.
QUICK CONCEPT REVIEW
Grammar is the basis of any language.
Any language has certain rules to be able to write and speak it in a proper manner. English is no different. In English we use 'has* and 'have very frequently. We say He has a dog or I have a dog.
But only when we know the proper use of these words then it makes sense and sounds good.
- Has is used when only one person is involved. But it is never used with 'I'
- Have is used with T and other words where two or more persons are involved.
Like for example, I have a pencil.
- 'Is' is used when we talk of a single person. For example: She is painting the wall. is also used to indicate something that is happening.
- Was is used to indicate something that has happened. For example: this was a great building.
- 'Are' is used when we talk of two or more people. For example: We are going to the market.
- "Were" is used to indicate something that has happened, but in the plural sense. For Example: We were going out. ·
- 'These' is used when we talk of things which are closer. ·
- "Those" is used for things which are far but also more than one. For example: Those are your toys. ·
- 'Here' is used to indicate something close. For example-Here is my school.
- 'There' is used to indicate something far. For example: There is my school.
- "This" is used to indicate something closer. For example: This is my house.
- That' is used for something which is far.
- 'These' is used for things close by, but more than one. For Example-These are my toys. ·
- 'Those' is used for things not close but far. It is used for things which are more than one in number.
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