Saturday, October 17, 2020

Lesson 6

 


Explain with as many examples as possible the uses of an 's' at the end of nouns and verbs.

In English, "s" is often added to the end of a noun or verb. This lesson has 2 situations that require an "s."

1.       Adding "S" to Show Plurality (more than one)

Explain in detail the difference between 1 book and 2 books; 1 boy and 2 boys; 1 tree and 2 trees etc.

              

 

2.       Adding "S" for Subject/ Verb Agreement he, she, it.

 

Eg. Ali is a boy. So, Ali is a ‘he’ subject.

      Lily is a girl. So, Lily is a ‘she’ subject.

      Compute is an ‘it’ subject.

 

The verbs for the above need an ‘s’.

 

Explain in detail giving as many examples as needed for the child to understand.

 

I sit.

You sit.

We sit.

They sit

He sits.

She sits.

It sits.

My mother (she) sits.

My friend (he/she) sits.

 

Form sentences with other verbs using the above format.

 

Examples:

I eat.

You eat.

They eat.

We eat.

 

He eats.

She eats.

My father (he) eats.

The dog (it) eats.

John (he) eats etc.


 

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