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Advanced Grammar Lessons

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  • Teaching the verb tense system - This section explains the verb tense/aspect system using an easy-to-understand method that typically has my students correctly using all 12 tenses in a written discourse with only about 2 weeks of lessons and practices.

  • Teaching Noun Clauses - This section contains a straightforward, organized way to teach noun clauses. It begins with a brief review of what nouns do and connects this to noun clauses. Next, noun clauses are broken down into three common jobs they do: as direct objects, as subjects, and as subject complements.

  • Teaching Adjective Clauses - This section contains a comprehensive explanation for teaching adjective clauses. It begins with an overview of the four basic types of adjective clauses and divides them into two groups. Next, step-by-step explanations for how to reduce and front each type of clause are presented along with sections detailing common issues students encounter.

  • Teaching Reduced Adverb Clauses - This section contains a comprehensive explanation for teaching reduced adverb clauses in both their active and passive forms. It begins with an overview of the basic types of adverb clauses and covers step-by-step explanations for how to reduce active clauses and then passive clauses. Each section also includes pointers detailing common issues students encounter.

More to come soon including inverted subject/verb conditionals

 

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