Tag Archives: grammar

Computer Lab

30 May

Follow the instructions that I gave you in class an type your composition on GoogleDocs.

Don’t forget to save the mp3 file and send me the link. My email is esljenn@yahoo.ca.  Alternatively, you can save the mp3 file and leave the link as a comment on the blog.

On this webpage, you will find a list of grammar quizzes. Please choose the following quizzes to help you review the grammar points we have studied in May. On the website, if you click “notes”, you can read an explanation as well.

1. Choose #3  – Adjectives with -ed and -ing
2. Choose #27  – be used to
3. Choose #76  – Embedded questions
4. Choose #90 and #91  – First Conditional
5. Choose #277 and #288  – Second Conditional
6. Choose #319  – Suffixes
7. Choose #328  – Third Conditional
8. Choose #340 – used to
9. Choose #360 and #361 – Zero Conditional

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Extra Grammar Practice

5 Apr

1. Polite (indirect) questions – Practice

2. Polite (indirect) questions – explanation and video

3. Polite (indirect) questions – quiz 1

4. Polite (indirect) questions – quiz

5. Polite (indirect) questions – quiz

6. Polite (indirect) questions – quiz

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1. Click here to read an explanation and practice using “by + gerund (verb + ing).

Freedom Writers

12 Sep

Watch a clip from the movie, Freedom Writers.  See if you can hear the embedded questions that the teacher asks.

Watch the same clip with subtitles.

Second Conditional – If (Unreal / Imagined Situations)

22 Aug

Paragraph (Grammar, spelling & punctuation) Correction

10 Aug

Click here practice paragraph correction.

Grammar – Direct Contrast

9 Aug

1. Listen and read the explanation about how to contrast two things, ideas or people.

2. Read the explanation about how to contrast two things and then do the quiz.

Tag Questions

3 Aug

1. Question Tags – Explanation and Exercise 1
2. Question Tags – Explanation and Exercise 2
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Question Tags – Exercise
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Question Tags – Exercise