adjectives

nerdy as all hell, but I& often wondered about this and I don& think I was ever really taught adjective order in English class. I usually just go by what sounds best, instinctually, to me.

Expanding sentences.  Would love to do a foldable like this with grade-level revisions. 1. Add an adj/adv participial phrase. 2. Add a prepositional phrase. 3. Reorder/rearrange the sentence. 4. Improve the verb. 5. Include an appositive. 6. Write it as a compelling fragment. 7. Rewrite it as dialogue. 8. Change the point of view.

Expanding sentences to ten words or more. This would be a great lesson for my graders on how to add details and parts of speech to a simple sentence in their writing.

AskPaulEnglish: A blog for all students to give advice about studying English.

This is a website to help anyone learning English to practice their grammar and English skills.

Look! A free printable English short story in the simple present tense with worksheets and answer keys! Perfect for ESL / EFL students and teachers.

A free printable English short story in the simple present tense with worksheets and answer keys! Perfect for ESL / EFL students and teachers.

Learning Saxon Genitive:A tip for Spanish Students | Blog de Cristina

Learning Saxon Genitive:A tip for Spanish Students

I am getting used to waking up early because I have a new job. Before this job, I worked nights so I always slept late into the morning. It is not easy getting used to waking up so early, but in a few more weeks, I am sure I will be used to it.

Sometime colloquial language is just plain strange, and doesn’t contain much reason as to why we say the things we do. Teaching the difference between ‘used to’ and &lsquo

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