Grammar PLT Review
By: Karla Maritza Araujo Martinez.

Grade: 6ºB

Topic List:
1º Bimonthly Term:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Present Pro...
1º Bimonthly Term
Present Progressive
It is used to describe actions that are happening. It’s formula is BE+VERB+ING.
For ...
Conjugate Verbs
Base form
Teach

Present Participle
Teaching

Past Participle
Taught

Past Form
taught

2º Bimonthly Term
...
Irregular Verbs:
Their past form is different, no add –ed. Some verbs are may-might, and thinkthought.

Regular Verbs:
You...
Action and Linking Verbs
A verb is the main word in the word in the predicate.
The verb tells what the subject is or does....
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  1. 1. Grammar PLT Review By: Karla Maritza Araujo Martinez. Grade: 6ºB Topic List: 1º Bimonthly Term: 1. 2. 3. 4. Present Progressive Simple Present Personal Pronouns Conjugate Verbs 2º Bimonthly: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Sentences Simple Past Clauses Complex and Compound Sentences Common & Proper Nouns Possessive Nouns Action and Linking Verbs 3º Bimonthly: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Who- Whom Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Adjectives and Articles Demonstrative Adjectives Comparative and Superlative adjectives Adverbs Composition: 1. Attention Getters 2. Thesis Statement 3. Conclusion Spelling: 1. Exercises.- PLT GRAMMAR REVIEW—PLT GRAMMAR REVIEW-PLT GRAMMAR REVIEW
  2. 2. 1º Bimonthly Term Present Progressive It is used to describe actions that are happening. It’s formula is BE+VERB+ING. For example: I am cooking the cake for Anne Marie’s birthday. Yes/No Q’s: How to write them… Just as sentences, using the BE+VERB+ING formula. For example: Are you cooking the cake for Anne Marie’s B-day? And the answer: Yes, I am. Simple Present: This tense is used to describe habits, costumes or routines. For example: I receive piano lessons each Monday. You celebrate Christmas every year. We go to Alma’s house every month. They drink tea every noon She goes to bed at 10 pm. He leaves home in the morning at 7am. It doesn’t eat the fruit I give it every day! Yes/No Q’s: How to make them? Use the formula AUXILIARY+BASE FORM. For example: Do you receive piano lessons? And the answer: Yes, I do. Does he leave home in the morning at 7am? And the answer: Personal Pro. I You He She It We They Object Pro. Me You Him Her It Us Them Yes, he does. Personal Pronouns PERSONAL PRONOUNS Reflexive Pro. Possessive Pro. Myself My Yourself/Yourselves Your Himself His Herself Her Itself Its Ourselves Our Themselves Theirs Possessive Pro. Stand Alone Mine Yours His Hers It Ours Theirs
  3. 3. Conjugate Verbs Base form Teach Present Participle Teaching Past Participle Taught Past Form taught 2º Bimonthly Term Sentences Types of sentences: Run-on: 2 or more sentences running together. Declaratives: Declare something. Interrogative: Ask something. Imperative: Express an order. Exclamatory: Express emotion or strong feelings. Parts of sentences: Simple Subject: The most important word in the subject. Simple Predicate: The most important word in the predicate. Complete Subject: All the words in the predicate. Complete Predicate: All the words in the predicate. Fragment: Is a group of words that lacks of a subject or predicate. Simple Past: This tense is used to talk about things that happened in the past. SOME COMMON PAST TIME MARKERS Yesterday Yesterday morning Yesterday afternoon Yesterday evening Yesterday /t/ A month ago A year ago Last night Last summer •w, r, m •n, g, vowels /id/ Last Last Monday Last week •k, p, tch •ss, x, ce /d/ Ago 2 days ago A week ago •t •d Yes/No Questions: How to do them? Aux= DID, +VERB. Infinitive To teach
  4. 4. Irregular Verbs: Their past form is different, no add –ed. Some verbs are may-might, and thinkthought. Regular Verbs: You just add –ed to write their past form. Clauses: Independent and dependent Independent Clause: Has a subject and a verb; can stand alone as a complete sentence. Dependent Clause: Has a subject and a verb, but can’t stand alone. Compound and Complex Sentences: Simple Sentence: Has a complete subject and a complete predicate. Compound Sentence: Has 2 or more simple sentences joined by a comma and a conjunction. Complex Sentence: Has one independent clause and one or more dependent clauses introduced by a conjunction. Compound-complex Sentence: Has more than one independent clause and at least one dependent clause. Common and Proper Noun: Proper Nouns: They refer to specific things, people, places, etc. It’s capitalized. Example: Scott, Camille, Jamie. Common Noun: It refers to a common or not specific thing, people, places, etc. It’s not capitalized. Example: dog, girl, man. Possessive Nouns What do they express? They express ownership Rules: 1. Write an apostrophe and “s” after the word. For example: Trina’s pencil, Robert’s idea. 2. When you make a plural noun possessive, just add the “s”. For example: Balls’ colors, Laptops’ covers.
  5. 5. Action and Linking Verbs A verb is the main word in the word in the predicate. The verb tells what the subject is or does. An action verb tells what the subject does, but, linking verbs links, or joins the subject with a word or words in the predicate that tells what the subject is or is like, and some linking verbs can be become, appear, look, taste, seem, feel. 3ºBimonthly Term Who and Whom Who: The pronoun who is used as a subject of a sentence or clause. Who called me? Whom: The pronoun whom is used as OofP or as a direct object. Example: To whom did you give the assignment? OofP Whom did you give the assignment to? Direct Object Indefinite and Reflexive Pronouns Indefinite pronouns: They may not refer to specific words. SINGULAR: Someone, Somebody, Anyone, Anybody, everyone, Everybody, Something, No one, Either, Each. PLURAL: Few, Several, Both, Others, Many, All, Some. Reflexive Pronouns: Reflect the action of the verb back in the subject.

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