Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Common Grammar Topics

Asking and Answering Yes/No Questions
In English, we use the auxiliary verbs "do," "be," and "have" as well as modals (can, could, should, will, would, may, might) to ask yes/no questions. These articles give a good overview of how to do this. The first article looks at all types of yes/no questions and the second looks at yes/no questions with "do" and "be" in the present tense.

This article explains the purpose of the simple present tense and the present continuous tense so that students can understand how to correctly use each one.

Having trouble remembering where to put your adverbs? Click here for a simplified guide to help you out!

Check out this YouTube video that I created to help ESOL students use articles!
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