January 28, 2015 § Leave a comment
Fantastic, warm, sunny, day! G and I are working on some grammar review and then reading with exercises. If we have time I hope to do some writing too. We have to work from our phones – the Internet is not working at LW.
We need to do more practice on identifying subject/verb. Especially subject.
Parts of the sentence, Subject/Verb
(Stolen lesson via Daily Grammar Lessons)
We will read and write today https://classlabs.wordpress.com/2015/01/28/class-lab-jan-28-2015/
Vocabulary for story: we will conjugate the verbs.
December 3, 2013 § Leave a comment
- Phrasal verbs are composed of a verb + a preposition or adverb that alters the original meaning of the verb.For instance, a lot of phrasal verbs take the preposition “out.” Examples include break out (escape), hand out (distribute), and, of course, make out (kiss a lot).
- Some phrasal verbs are non-separable, meaning the preposition must directly follow the verb.For instance, you can say “I dropped by the bar” but not “I dropped the bar by” because “drop by” is non-separable. On the other hand, “drop off” is separable. You can say, “I have to drop off my son at school,” or, “I have to drop my son off at school.”
April 24, 2013 Comments Off on class 24april
Continue from 17april, last week, with: Present Continuous and Verbal