Auxiliary Verbs

Understanding Auxiliary Verbs Introduction to Auxiliary Verbs In English grammar, auxiliary verbs, also known as helping verbs, are used in conjunction with main verbs to create various verb tenses, moods, voices, and aspects. Auxiliary verbs do not have a meaning of their own but help to convey the time or the modality of the main…

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Adjectives

Understanding Adjectives Page 1: Introduction to Adjectives Welcome to the world of adjectives! Adjectives are words that describe or modify nouns and pronouns. They add detail and color to our language, making our sentences more interesting and vivid. For example, in the sentence “The big house is beautiful,” both “big” and “beautiful” are adjectives because they describe the…

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Abstract Nouns

Understanding Abstract Nouns Introduction to Abstract Nouns In the English language, nouns are words that name people, places, things, or ideas. Abstract nouns, specifically, are a type of noun that represent concepts, feelings, qualities, or states that cannot be perceived by the five senses. Unlike concrete nouns, which are tangible and visible, abstract nouns are…

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Definite Articles, Indefinite Articles, and Determiners

Understanding Articles and Determiners Introduction to Articles and Determiners In the English language, articles and determiners are small words that come before a noun to provide more information about it. There are three main types: definite articles, indefinite articles, and determiners. Understanding how to use these correctly can help you communicate more clearly and effectively….

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Dolch Sight Words Pre-Kindergarten

English Learners, Please watch the following videos in order to increase your American English Vocabulary: Studying the Dolch sight words is crucial for English learners as these words are among the most frequently used in the English language. The Dolch list consists of high-frequency words that are essential for understanding and fluency in reading and…

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