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Grammar Worksheet: Lie vs. Lay
To do something to someone or something or not to do something to someone. That is the question. And it is the source of the confusion between lie and lay. The strength of this worksheet is in the clear, cogent explanation for the difference between the intransitive verb lie and the intransitive verb lay. The explanations are precise, the examples fully illustrate the proper forms, and a table conjugates both verbs. The worksheet concludes with a practice set of sentences.
Grammar Worksheets: Using Strong Verbs
Strengthen your pupils' writing with this worksheet, which provides a reference guide to using strong verbs instead of forms of is and have. Learners then rewrite twelve sentences to make them stronger. This is a great activity to work on word choice or in the middle of a writing unit.
Learning Grammar Through Wordplay
Students read an article from the New York Times and discuss the content. In this vocabulary lesson, students collaborate in small groups to select interesting nouns and verbs to define and share with the class, after reviewing the parts of speech. Students write original sentences using the words they collected from the article, ensuring that nouns and verbs are use appropriately.
Culinary Culture: French Grammar
Review the conditional form and French articles while talking about French cuisine. Learners complete sentences with the correct article or verb in the conditional tense. There's also an exercise that requires learners to know the various verb forms that can be used with si + le conditionel.
Who vs. Whom
In this English grammar worksheet, students understand the differences between the usage of the words "who" and "whom." Students read the definition of each and the given examples before taking the online interactive exam.
Repairing Sentence Fragments
In this online interactive grammar skills worksheet, students answer 2 short answer questions regarding sentence fragments. Students may submit their answers to be scored
Perfectly Painless Parts of Speech
Looking for grammar activities for your elementary or middle school class? Watch a video to review the parts of speech. Groups create posters, songs, or advertisements to illustrate the parts of speech and then reteach them to their classmates.
Viewing Problems and Issues from Different Vantage Points
Improve the listening, reading, writing, and grammar skills of your learners with a series of whole class and group activities. Pupils answer questions based on listening and reading passages, complete grammar exercises, and use affixes to build new words.
Fill in the Blanks: Using Modifiers to Provide Detail
Modify your pupils' skills in modifiers with the practice questions that assess the mastery of the many types of modifiers such as: adjectives, adverbs, prepositional phrases, participial phrases, appositive phrases, infinitive phrases, absolute phrases, and adverb and adjective clauses. Add more questions to assess specific modifiers, or use this as a unit test for grammar.
Conjunctions and Interjections
Cover the deceptively difficult grammar topic of conjunctions and interjections with your class. After reviewing the provided definitions and examples of interjections and several different kinds of conjunctions, pupils will complete five exercises. Exercises require pupils to identify conjunctions and interjections as well as use them in writing. Because this resource is formatted with five separate exercises, it would be perfect to use as a daily warm-up, completing one exercise a day. Note: This resource is part of a series.
It may seem like a simple skill, but who couldn't benefit from a quick grammar review? Specifically, pronouns are the topic of this three-page review worksheet which provides pupils with six different exercises. Individuals will: identify pronouns in sentences, identify pronouns and their antecedents in sentences, plug-in pronouns to sentences, write sentences using designated pronouns, and write a paragraph using various pronouns. Also included is a chart showing the singular and plural versions of first, second, and third person pronoun forms. Note: This resource is part of a series.
Writing: Incorrect Usage of Grammar
Middle schoolers use Inspiration and Microsoft files to identify and correct grammatical errors and stale text in downloaded model problem solution or evaluative essays. Pairs identify the purpose, audience, and context of their prompt and then categorize the errors they locate in their sample essay.
Students determine what grammar is and how they have learned it. In this creative writing lesson, students read "Style' Gets New Elements," and respond to the discussion questions. Students then present grammatical rules to one another using songs, dance, poetry, and skits. Extension activities are provided with this lesson.
Enough About I — Let’s Talk About Me
Learners review parts of speech and share informative usage presentations to their classmates. In this grammar lesson, students discuss the importance of using appropriate speech and then read "The I's Have It." Learners create their own posters about effective pronoun usage and share them with their classmates.
The Spanish Spot Issue #2
The Spanish Spot provides a short article about a Spanish-speaking destination, a free grammar lesson plan, an activity, and a quiz! This issue's focus is Puerto Vallarta and weather related vocabulary. The packet is informative, and there's information on different audio resources after the activity sheets.
Fragments and run-ons and splices! OH MY!
Clearly and thoroughly display common errors in writing. Slides first give a definition, then examples followed by revisions. Words and corrections are emphasized with different colors, making problems easy to relay. Plenty of examples make this a great resource to help ensure proper grammar before a writing assignment.
Language Arts: Writing Skills Development
Learners improve writing skills by expanding their self-perceptions. Next, they develop idea lists for writing topics. Their ideas become the basis for a class newspaper. following the creation of a group composition, students write brief descriptions of family members. The lesson also includes the use of writing to improve grammar, usage, and mechanics skills.
Maggie's Learning Adventure
Learners strengthen academic skills by playing online games. In this online game lesson, students practice grammar skills, vocabulary, and make connections between English and Spanish. Learners track progress on progress sheets.
Manipulating Digital Images
High schoolers work with pre-loaded images as well as with a digital camera to manipulate digital images. At the end of the lesson, they analyze and write about their work using complete sentences, correct grammar, and spelling. For a final project, a page with four manipulated photo's from same originals is created.
The First Certificate
In this grammar activity, students choose the correct prepositions and verbs for sentences and then rewrite sentences. Students complete 35 questions total.