Grammar

Present/present progressive tense, subject-verb agreement, and meaning/pronunciation of inflectional endings

Students can practice adding the inflectional endings (-ing, -s) while learning about the subject-verb agreement. Students can also practice writing word sums to gain a better understanding of inflectional endings.

1. High-Frequency Words

Noun / Pronoun

Lesson 1 240 mins

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Verb

Lesson 2 275 mins

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Adjective

Lesson 3 235 mins

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Adverb

Lesson 4 125 mins

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Preposition

Lesson 5 155 mins

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Conjunction

Lesson 6 45 mins

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2. Parts of Speech

Subject-Verb Agreement

Lesson 1 45 mins

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Present Progressive Tense

Lesson 2 160 mins

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Simple Past Tense

Lesson 3 15 mins

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3. Morphology: Word Sums

Inflectional Ending -s & -es

Lesson 1 185 mins

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Inflectional Ending -ing

Lesson 2 65 mins

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Inflectional Ending -ed

Lesson 3 40 mins

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