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Pointers, English 2nd Quarter Examination

Pointers, English 2nd Quarter Examination

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  • POINTERS TO REVIEW SECOND QUARTER
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    • WORD GRID
    • KYTHE – an organization that provides psychological support to pediatric cancer patients
    • HUMANE – showing sympathy, kindness and understanding
    • COALITION - union of political parties
    • AUTISTIC – affected with or caused by autism
    • IQ ( Intelligence Quotient )
    • ASSUAGE – to ease or lessen
    • HOSTILE – unfriendly ; disrespect
    • ASTAXANTIN – substance in bleu-green algae
    • SPECIES – breed; race or type
    • ALGAE – photosynthetic organism
    • CRUSTACEAN – ocean animal with hard shell
    • DELVE – search intensively
    • THERAPY – treatment to cure
    • AGITATE – arouse , excite
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    • The past tense is used to express an action or situation in the past. Examples of time expressions used are: last year, a while ago
    • The past continuous tense suggests a past action going on at some specific past time. It is formed by using the past form of
    • be + -ing form of the verb
      • examples: was helping were cheering
    • Past Habitual : used to pattern
    • example: Father used to skate when he was young.
    • By the use of will or shall plus simple form of the verb.
    • He will give a lecture on aquaculture tomorrow.
    • By the use of the appropriate form of “be” followed by going to plus simple form f the verb.
    • He is going to give a lecture on aquaculture tomorrow.
    • By the use of the present continuous tense form.
    • He is giving a lecture on aquaculture tomorrow.
    • By the use of the future continuous tense form
    • He will be giving a lecture on aquaculture tomorrow.
    • By the use of appropriate form of “ be” plus “ about” plus simple form
    • He is about to give a lecture n aquaculture.
    • Both the simple future and future continuous tense express an action that will take place in the future.
    • In questions shall is normally used with the first person singular and plural; will is used with the other persons
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    • Review your quizzes and notes …