Publisher: Oxford University Press. Publishing date: Number of pages: Format: pdf. A new six-level grammar practice series for primary pupils aged 6. The step-by-step grammar presentations in Grammar Friends introduce form, use and meaning in a way that even young beginner learners can understand and. Grammar Friends 1 Teacher's Book PDF ( KB); Grammar Friends 2 Friends 3 Teacher's Book PDF ( KB); Grammar Friends 4 Teacher's Book PDF (
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Unit 5: We have to hurry! Once they have done so, they are then asked to write answers to these questions in exercise 8. If possible, check the answers to exercise 7 with your class before you allow them to progress to exercise 8. Unit 6: The best holiday! The comparative adjectives in exercise 2 should be used in the same order as they appear in exercise 1.
This should be clear to your students once they have started the exercise, but you also may like to mention this before your students complete the exercise. Sentences without a question mark require because. Students will be required to recognize and write this form, although they will not be required to use this kind of structure by themselves without prompting. Unit 8: Lots of fun!
For frames 4 and 6, there are two possible answers. Both frames can correctly be answered with lots or a lot. In exercise 8, students are asked to choose from six possible words for each gap. They must understand the meaning of each sentence before being able to select the correct modal verb for each gap. This exercise will not be hard if pupils have gradually progressed through each exercise in the unit, building on their knowledge base with each point.
You can manipulate exercise 3 to make it more challenging by asking students to close their books. You should then write prompts for frames 1 to 6 on the board, without underlining the words that are underlined in Grammar Friends 4. Then ask pupils to tell you which words they would like to substitute for an object pronoun.
When pupils have selected the correct object pronoun, ask them to formulate a correct sentence. This will dictate whether they use on or in for their answers. Unit We were having fun! Make sure that your pupils include commas in the correct places in frames 3, 5 and 6 see answer key for correct use of commas. Yes, you can. Yes, they can.
Yes, she can. Yes, she is.
Yes, he is. Yes, we are. Clare played tennis last Saturday. It was my birthday last month. Jason played badminton with Henry last Thursday. I tidied my room last Monday. We watched a play at the theatre yesterday.
Dad phoned Roger yesterday evening. Yes, she did. Yes, they did. They ate outside. I heard a cat. He made lunch. Unit 5 1 1 Jamie has to help Dad in the garden.
Unit 6 1 1 whiter 2 happier 3 more comfortable 4 softer 5 more expensive 6 more modern 7 bigger 8 taller 2 1 B is whiter than A. No, I 3 Will you have to work next weekend? No, I 4 Will there be any pollution? Yes, there 5 Could Grandpa sing when he was young? Published on Jan 8, English pupil book Audiobook for free: SlideShare Explore Search You.
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