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Past Simple- Passive
In this passive sentence form learning exercise, students make a passive sentence from the three provided phrases. There are 10 sentences to write on this learning exercise intended for ESL students.
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Understanding the -ED Ending
English is a complex language, so take some time to clarify one aspect that is often confusing for English language learners: the -ed ending. This resource includes information about the different ways the -ed ending is used and provides...
6th - 12th English Language Arts
Introducing and Practicing the Passive
Introduce your young grammarians to the passive construction. Follow a richly detailed script and use the template provided for a series of exercises that model for your class members how and when to use the present progressive and the...
4th - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Basic English Sentence Patterns
A simple set of practice sheets deals with sentence structure and patterns. The 117-page packet includes 10 units of skills, varying from identifying parts of speech in a sentence to writing the correct part to make a sentence complete....
5th - 7th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Structure Practice: The Passive Voice
Use this online interactive worksheet in an ELD class or for younger native speakers. They practice using simple past tense verbs in the passive voice. Many of the constructions are not straightforward, nor often used by early speakers,...
3rd - 6th English Language Arts
Present and Past Simple Active to Passive Voice and Vice Versa
In this English exercises interactive worksheet, students work with present and past simple active to passive voice. They fill in blanks in 9 sentences, they choose if sentences are written correctly or not, and insert the active form of...
4th - 5th English Language Arts