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ARTICLES
A Fill in the blanks with ‘a’ or ‘an’.
1

house.

2

umbrella.

3

honest boy.

4

glass.

5

engineer.

6

pinea...
COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS
A Group the words given in the box under the correct headings.
hoop
shop
bus
milk
sand
gla...
SIMPLE PAST TENSE
A. Fill in the blanks with the simple past tense of the verbs in brackets.
1I
2 The fisherman
3 The mech...
A COMPARISON OF ADJECTIVES
POSITIVE
1 sweet
2 poor
3 clean
4 beautiful
5 generous
6 polite
7 many
8 little
9 bad
10 good

...
QUESTION WORDS
A Fill in the blanks with the correct WH-question words.
What
Which

Where
Whom

When
Whose

Who
How

1

do...
PREPOSITIONS
A. Underline the correct words in the brackets.
1 The clothes are ( on, in ) the cupboard.
2 The bank opens (...
ANSWERS – ARTICLES
A
1a
2 an
3 an
4a
5 an
6a
7a
8 an
9a
10 a
B
1 the ,a
2 a, a
3 an, an
4 The
5a
6 an
7 an
8 The, the
9a
1...
ANSWERS- COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS
A Countable nouns

Uncountable nouns

1 hoop

1 sand

2 bus

2 butter

3 shop

3 ...
ANSWERS –SIMPLE PAST TENSE
1 saw
2 caught
3 repaired
4 fed
5 drove
6 queued
7 bought
8 taught
9 swept
10 went
11 heard
12 ...
ANSWERS-COMPARISON OF ADJECTIVES
A
Comparative

Superlative

1 sweeter

sweetest

2 poorer

poorest

3 cleaner

cleanest

...
ANSWERS-QUESTION WORDS
1 How
2 Whose
3 Whom
4 Which
5 What
6 When
7 How
8 Who
9 Why
10Which
11What
12Whom
13Why
14Whose
15...
ANSWERS-PREPOSITIONS
A
1 in
2 at
3 over
4 beside
5 among
6 at
7 for
8 against
9 by
10 on
B
1 through
2 into
3 onto
4 acros...
Modul relief grammar
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  1. 1. ARTICLES A Fill in the blanks with ‘a’ or ‘an’. 1 house. 2 umbrella. 3 honest boy. 4 glass. 5 engineer. 6 pineapple. 7 hibiscus. 8 owl. 9 university. 10 laptop. Fill in the blanks with ‘a’, ‘an’ or ‘the’. 1 The chef cut chicken with knife. 2 I would like cup of coffee and slice of bread. 3 Muthu has uncle who is optician. 4 beggar at the doorstep looks hungry. 5 Can you sew with needle? 6 The Eskimo lives in igloo. 7 It will take 8 hour to reach the beach. sun rises in 9 My mother bought 10 east. leather handbag. sky is very dark. It is going to rain. 11 There is a telephone booth down 12 men are repairing the road. 13 ostrich is 14 restaurant across 15 I saw street. deer. bird which cannot fly. road is famous for its fried noodles. deer can run fast.
  2. 2. COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A Group the words given in the box under the correct headings. hoop shop bus milk sand glass butter noodles Countable Nouns dust pencil van sugar honey cup spoon soup Uncountable Nouns 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 B Fill in the blanks with ‘much’ or ‘many’ . 1 There are 2 There isn’t 3 How 4 Do not drink too squirrels on the tree. salt in the jar. times have you come late to school? water before you go to bed. 5 The teacher told us not to make too 6 How 7 There isn’t noise in the classroom. goats are grazing in the field? flour in the sack. 8 There was so rubbish left after the concert. 9 Sharon has dresses. 10 people are lining up in front of the counter. pepper woman chilli sauce brush
  3. 3. SIMPLE PAST TENSE A. Fill in the blanks with the simple past tense of the verbs in brackets. 1I 2 The fisherman 3 The mechanic (see) Amirul at the shopping mall last Sunday. (catch) a lot of fish yesterday. (repair) the car a moment ago. 4 The farmer (feed) the chickens this morning 5 My father (drive) to town just now. 6 The pupils (queue) up to buy food at the canteen. 7 My mother (buy) some vegetables this morning. 8 Puan Rosnah (teach) us Bahasa Malaysia last year. 9 She 10 Last year, he 11 We 12 Mr Jason 13 The little girl 14 The zookeeper (sweep) the floor this morning. (go) to Japan. (hear) a loud sound coming from the kitchen. (meet) his friend at the airport. (break) the vase. (carry) the cub back to its cage. 15 Balan (sing) very loudly in the bathroom. 16 The girl (send) a postcard to her friend yesterday. 17 The thief (steal) some money from my neighbour’s house. 18 Mother (fry) some chicken for dinner. 19 She (do) her work neatly. 20 My bother (eat) a plate of fried rice just now. 21 He (stand) at the door just now. 22 It (rain) heavily last night. 23 The baby (sleep) soundly. 24 Siew Kin (sew) a dress for her doll yesterday. 25 My sister (study) at University Malaya.
  4. 4. A COMPARISON OF ADJECTIVES POSITIVE 1 sweet 2 poor 3 clean 4 beautiful 5 generous 6 polite 7 many 8 little 9 bad 10 good COMPARATIVE SUPERLATIVE B Give the correct form of the words given. 1 clever A Rani is as as Geetha. B Jane is than Geetha. C Hasni is the girl in class. 2 many A Yogan has as marbles as Kumar. B Tony has marbles than Ragu. C Levan has the marbles among the children. 3 sweet 1 The rambutan is 2 The honeydew is than the rambutan. 3 The watermelon is the 4 wealthy A Encik Abun is a B Mr James is C Mr Goerge Lee is the man. than Encik Abun. man.
  5. 5. QUESTION WORDS A Fill in the blanks with the correct WH-question words. What Which Where Whom When Whose Who How 1 do you make a kite? 2 shoes are under the bed? 3 were you talking to? 4 is the longest river in Malaysia? 5 is your ambition? 6 are you leaving for Penang? 7 did you come to my house? 8 is the stranger standing near the gate? 9 is the baby crying? 10 animal is tame? A cat or a tiger? 11 is the farmer doing on his farm? 12 did you play tennis with? 13 didn’t you come for my birthday party? 14 books are on the table? 15 much does the ring cost? 16 are you going for your holidays? 17 is your favourite food? 18 bicycle is punctured? 19 restaurant sells the best seafood? 20 did your mother prepare for lunch? 21 told you the news? 22 is the plan arriving? 23 did the teacher scold you? Why
  6. 6. PREPOSITIONS A. Underline the correct words in the brackets. 1 The clothes are ( on, in ) the cupboard. 2 The bank opens ( at, in ) 9 o’clock in the morning. 3 The dog jumped ( above, over ) the fence. 4 My father parked his car ( beside, between) a bus. 5 There is someone hiding ( beside, among ) the bushes. 6 Siva is waiting for the bus ( by, at) the bus- stop. 7 The beggar has not eaten ( since, for ) two days. 8 The boy is leaning ( at, against) the wall. 9 I will try to finish my homework ( by, in ) two o’clock. 10 Don’t sit ( in, on) the bench. It is wet. B. Fill in the blanks with the correct preposition. 1 Can you put the thread 2 He put the rubbish the needle? the dustbin. 3 The coconuts dropped the ground. 4 The horse leaped the stream. 5 The butterfly flew the flowers. 6 Don’t step the grass. 7 The trekkers walked carefully the jungle path. 8 Take off your shoes you enter the house. 9 It usually rains December. 10 Please be careful when you walk 11 The pupil apologized 12 13 I shall return 14 The aeroplane flew the road. the teacher for being late. recess, there will be a meeting for all prefects. an hour. the clouds.
  7. 7. ANSWERS – ARTICLES A 1a 2 an 3 an 4a 5 an 6a 7a 8 an 9a 10 a B 1 the ,a 2 a, a 3 an, an 4 The 5a 6 an 7 an 8 The, the 9a 10 The 11 the 12 The 13 An, a 14 The, the 15 a, the
  8. 8. ANSWERS- COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A Countable nouns Uncountable nouns 1 hoop 1 sand 2 bus 2 butter 3 shop 3 milk 4 glass 4 noodles 5 pencil 5 dust 6 van 6 sugar 7 cup 7 honey 8 spoon 8 soup 9 brush 9 pepper 10woman 10 chilli sauce B 1 many 2 much 3 many 4 much 5 much 6 many 7 much 8 much 9 many 10 many
  9. 9. ANSWERS –SIMPLE PAST TENSE 1 saw 2 caught 3 repaired 4 fed 5 drove 6 queued 7 bought 8 taught 9 swept 10 went 11 heard 12 met 13 broke 14 carried 15 sang 16 sent 17 stole 18 fried 19 did 20 ate 21 stood 22 rained 23 slept 24 sewed 25 studied
  10. 10. ANSWERS-COMPARISON OF ADJECTIVES A Comparative Superlative 1 sweeter sweetest 2 poorer poorest 3 cleaner cleanest 4 more beautiful most beautiful 5 more generous most generous 6 more polite most polite 7 more most 8 less least 9 worse worst 10better best B 1A clever B cleverer C cleverer 2 A many B more C most 3 A sweet B sweeter C sweetest 4 A wealthy B wealthier C wealthiest
  11. 11. ANSWERS-QUESTION WORDS 1 How 2 Whose 3 Whom 4 Which 5 What 6 When 7 How 8 Who 9 Why 10Which 11What 12Whom 13Why 14Whose 15How 16Where 17What 18Whose 19Which 20What 21Who 22When 23Why
  12. 12. ANSWERS-PREPOSITIONS A 1 in 2 at 3 over 4 beside 5 among 6 at 7 for 8 against 9 by 10 on B 1 through 2 into 3 onto 4 across 5 among 6 on 7 along 8 before 9 in 10 across 11 to 12 After 13 in 14 above

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