Verbs & Prepositions List - To, About, With, Of - English Study Here
Verbs & Prepositions List – To, About, With, Of Verb + Preposition TO Add to Adjust to Admit to Appeal to Belong to Compare to Confess to Contribute to Explain to Get married to Listen to Object to React to Refer to Reply to Respond to See to Speak to Subscribe to Sentence to Talk to Turn to Write to Verb + Preposition ABOUT Argue about Boast about Care about Complain about Concern about Dream about Feel about Forget about Hear about Joke about Know about Laugh about Quarrel about Talk…
8 Most Common Grammatical Errors We All Need to Stop Making - English Study Here
8 Most Common Grammatical Errors We All Need to Stop Making Incorrect: I am much happy to see you. Correct: I am very happy to see you. Incorrect: She plays tennis good. Correct: She plays tennis well. Incorrect: I felt so lonely. Correct: I felt very lonely. Incorrect: The house is enough spacious for me. Correct: The house is spacious enough for me. Incorrect: Mark told the story in details. Correct: Mark told the story in detail. Incorrect: She sang sweet. Correct: She sang sweety…
Parts of Speech Anchor Charts
These parts of speech anchor charts are a must have for any teacher who wants their students to fully understand how to use the 8 parts of speech. They are easy to print and are written in students friendly language. Students can easily glue them in their interactive writing journals and you can dis...
Pronouns Worksheets | Subject and Object Pronouns Worksheets
A pronoun is a word that describes a noun or another pronoun. Pronouns may function as the subject in a sentence. Pronouns may also function as an object within the sentence.
Have, had or has been? (When to use the Perfect Tenses in English)
Are you confused when to should use have, had or has been in English? Learn when to use the Pefect Tenses English in this Engish grammar lesson..
Synonyms, Antonyms and Homonyms List - English Study Here
Synonyms, Antonyms and Homonyms List in English Homonyms Abel – Able Accede – Exceed Accept – Except Addition – Edition Adds – Adz Check – Czech Clique – Click colonel – Kernel Coolie – Coulee Coughers – Coffers Crepe – Crape Dyeing – Dying Fare – Fair Fate – Fete Flu – Flew Graham – Gram Graphed – Graft Heroin – Heroine Hertz – Hurts Hew – Hue Hey – Hay Hi – High Higher – Hire Hoard – Horde Moan – Mown Moat – Mote Synonyms Large – Big Exit – Leave Present – Gift Alike – Same Stone
Spelling Rules for Making Words Plural (Video + Poster!)
Curious about spelling rules for making words plural, such as why we add S to some words but ES to others? Find answers in this comprehensive blog post!