GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURES LISTS FOR MOVERS AND FLYERS

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Movers or Flyers


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MOVERS

GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURES LIST

STRUCTURES
EXAMPLES

INDIRECT OBJECTS

Give it to the teacher!


COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE     ADJECTIVES


Your house is bigger than mine.
Anna is my best friend.

   VERBS
positive, negative, question, imperative and short answer forms, including contractions.



PAST SIMPLE

He went to the park yesterday
Her father cooked lunch on Friday.
Did you go to the cinema? Yes, I did.
We didn´t see the pirate at the party.


VERB + INFINITIVE

I want to go home.
He started to laugh.


VERB + ING


I went riding on Saturday.

INFINITIVE OF PURPOSE


She went to town to buy a toothbrush.

WANT / ASK SOMEBODY
TO DO SOMETHING


He wants the teacher to tell a story.


MUST – for obligation

He must do his homework.
You mustn´t give the rabbit cheese.
Must I get up now?



HAVE (GOT) TO / HAD TO

ve got to go.
He had to draw a whale for homework.
Do I have to go to bed now?


SHALL – for offers


Shall I help you wash the car, Mum?

COULD – past form of can


I could see some birds in the tree.


ADVERBS

She never eats meat.
He sang loudly.
My mother talks a lot.


COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE      ADVERBS

My brother reads more quickly than my sister.
I like ice cream best.


CONJUNCTIONS


I went home because I was tired.

PREPOSITIONS OF TIME

She plays with her friends after school.
He plays badminton on Saturdays.


QUESTION WORDS

Why is he talking to her?
When does school start?



RELATIVE CLAUSES

Vicky is the girl who is riding a bike.
That is the DVD which my friend gave me.
This is the house where my friend lives.


WHAT IS / WAS
THE WEATHER LIKE?


What was the weather like last weekend?

WHAT´S THE MATTER?

What´s the matter, Daisy? 
Have you got a stomach-ache?


HOW / WHAT ABOUT + NOUN OR ING

How about going to the cinema on Wednesday afternoon?


WHEN CLAUSES


When he got home, he had his dinner.

GO FOR A + NOUN

Yesterday we went for a drive in my 
brother´s new car.


BE GOOD AT + NOUN


She´s very good at basketball.

I THINK / KNOW…


I think he´s very nice.





FLYERS

GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURES LIST


STRUCTURES
EXAMPLES

VERBS
positive, negative, question, imperative and short answer forms, including contractions.


PRESENT SIMPLE PASSIVE


The table is made of wood.

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was walking down the road when
I saw her.


PRESENT PERFECT

Have you ever been to the circus?
He´s just eaten his dinner.


BE GOING TO


It isn´t going to rain today.

WILL

Will you do your homework this evening?
I won´t buy her a CD because she 
doesn´t like music.


MIGHT


Vicky might come to the party.

MAY


The bus may not come today because there is a lot of snow.


SHALL – for suggestions


Shall we have a picnic in the park?

COULD – past form of can


You could invite Robert to the 
football game.


SHOULD


Should we take a towel to the 
swimming pool?


TAG QUESTIONS


That´s John´s book, isn´t it?

CONJUNCTIONS


I didn´t want to walk home so 
I went on the bus.


ADVERBS


I haven´t bought my brother´s birthday present yet.


IF CLAUSES
(in zero conditionals)


If it´s sunny, we go swimming.

WHERE CLAUSES


My grandmother has forgotten 
where she put her glasses.


BEFORE / AFTER CLAUSES


I finished my homework 
before I played football.


BE / LOOK / SOUND / FEEL / 
TASTE / SMELL LIKE…


What´s your new teacher like?
That sounds like the baby upstairs. 
I think he´s crying.


MAKE SOMEBODY / SOMETHING + ADJECTIVE


That smell makes me hungry!

WHAT TIME…?


What time does the film start?

WHAT ELSE / NEXT?


What else shall I draw?

SEE YOU
SOON / LATER / TOMORROW…


See you next week, Mrs Ball!











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