We use 'should' for giving advice.
You should speak to him about it.
He should see a doctor.
We should ask the teacher.
We use 'should' to give an opinion or a recommendation.
He should study more.
We should speak English now.
4th GRADE CHRISTMAS CAROL
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THE STORY OF THANKSGIVING DAY
4th GRADE: PRONUNCIATION / -ED PAST TENSE
4th GRADE - PAST SIMPLE (REGULAR VERBS)
Read these examples:
. I climbed the hill
. You finished your homework.
. My mum cooked paella yesterday.
. I didn't climb the hill
. You didn't finish your homework.
. My mum didn't cook paella yesterday.
. Did you climb the hill? Yes, I did.
. Did you finish your homework? Yes, I did.
. Did your mum cook paella yesterday? Yes, she did.
4th GRADE: COMPARATIVES / SUPERLATIVES ACTIVITIES
4th GRADE: COMPARATIVES
We use comparatives to compare two things or two people.To form comparatives you need to know the
number of syllables in the adjective.
The rules to form comparatives:
2. One syllable adjective ending in a silent 'e' — nice1. One syllable adjective ending in one vowel and one consonant — big
- Comparative — the consonant is doubled and 'er' is added —bigger
- Comparative — add 'r' — nicer
3. One syllable adjective ending in more than one consonant or more than a vowel — high, cheap
- Comparative — 'er' is added — higher, cheaper4. A two syllable adjective ending in 'y' — happy
- Comparative — 'y' becomes 'i' and 'er' is added — happier5. Two syllable or more adjectives without 'y' at the end — exciting
- Comparative — more + the adjective + than — more exciting than
But... there are some irregular comparatives. Look at this table:
Now, let's see these examples:
4th GRADE: ESSENTIAL ENGLISH
4th GRADE: DAILY ROUTINES ACTIVITIES
Adverbs of frequency game
How often do you...?
4th GRADE: ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY (ALWAYS, USUALLY, OFTEN, SOMETIMES, NEVER)
Frequency adverbs show how often something happens. They usually come before the main verb in a sentence: "I sometimes cook Italian food."
They can also be found after 'be' verbs (Am, is, are) : "She is always early for class."
Use this scale to get an idea of what the adverbs mean. Remember, this is just an estimate. The percentages are not fixed rules!
100% - Always
80% - Usually
60% - Often
50% - Sometimes
0% - Never
Look at these examples:
|Subject||Auxiliary||Adverb of frequency||Verb||Rest|
|I||always||get up||at 6.45.|
|Peter||can||usually||play||football on Sundays.|
|Mandy||has||sometimes||got||lots of homework.|
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