Thursday, 5 January 2012

Exercise 7 - Verbs: Irregular Verbs [Part 2]

Complete the exercise below. If you need guidance, refer to Verbs: Irregular Verbs [Part 2] post.

Verbs - Irregular Verbs [Part 2]

The past tense form of an irregular verb does not end in '-d' or '-ed'.

Exercise 6 - Verbs: Regular Verbs [Part 1]

We have learned Verbs: Irregular Verbs [Part 1]. Now let's complete the exercise below:

Verbs - Regular Verbs [Part 1]


Verbs are words which are used to show the performance of an action, thoughts, feelings, possessions, or a state of being (be).


 The past tense form of a regular verb ends either in '-d' or '-ed'.

Wednesday, 4 January 2012

Exercise 5 - Comparison of Adjectives [Part 2]

We have done both parts of Comparison of Adjectives [Part 1] and Comparison of Adjectives [Part 2]. The lessons are not complete without exercise. Enjoy yourself!

Comparison of Adjectives [Part 2] - Irregular Comparison

The Comparison of Comparative and Superlative of adjectives are formed in two other ways:

'More' is added.

'Most' is added.

Irregular Comparison:
The words 'less' and 'least' are used.

Example of Comparison of Adjectives:

Tuesday, 3 January 2012

Exercise 4 - Comparison of Adjectives [Part 1]

We had done with our Comparison of Adjectives' [Part 1] lesson. Now, test yourself by completing the exercise below:

Comparison of Adjectives [Part 1]

The girls in the picture are making comparisons among themselves.

Positive Degree:

Mei Hua's hair is long.
  • To compare TWO equal things or persons.

Comparative Degree:

Hema's hair is longer.
  • She adds '-er'.
  • To compare TWO unequal things or persons.

Superlative Degree:
Diana's hair is the longest.
  • She has added '-est'.
  • To compare THREE or MORE things or persons.
Example of Comparison of Adjectives:

The video below explains more on Comparison of Adjectives:

Monday, 2 January 2012

Exercise 3 - Adjectives

Have you read the previous post on Adjectives? Hope you enjoy learning Adjectives. Below is the exercise of Adjectives.


Look at the picture above.
What do you see in the picture?
You can see two men.
What is the difference between them?
A big man and a small man.
The words big and small tell us something about the Nouns.
Such words are called Adjectives.

Words which tell us something about nouns are called Adjectives.

You can the video of adjectives below to help you understand better. Happy watching and learning!!

Sunday, 1 January 2012

Exercise 2 - Countable and Uncountable Nouns

Now, do you know the nouns that can be counted and nouns that cannot be counted? I hope that the lesson on "Countable and Uncountable Nouns" helps you in identifying the number of nouns. To test your understanding, let's complete the exercise below:

Instruction: Look at the pictures on the right box. Then, find the words of countable or uncountable nouns.


Have you done Exercise 1? Here is Exercise 1 answers: 
  1. Peter Piper
  2. Pickled Peppers

Just for Laugh~hahahaha~

Countable and Uncountable Nouns

Look at the picture above.
Can you name the nouns which can be counted?
We can count fruits, vegetables and fishes.
They are called countable nouns.

Which are the nouns that cannot be counted?
We cannot count water and ice cream.
They are called uncountable nouns.

Countable nouns are nouns which can be counted.
Uncountable nouns are nouns which cannot be counted.

Name the words which go with COUNTABLE NOUNS:
a, an, a few, many, several, some, any, plenty of, a lot of and a large number of.
a little and much don't go with countable nouns.

Which are the words that go with UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS?
a little, much, some, any, plenty of, a lot of, a large amount of and a great deal of.
Do you know the words which don't go with uncountable nouns?
They are a , an, a few and many.

Do you want to know more about countable and uncountable nouns? Here is a video for you to watch and learn more about countable and uncountable nouns. Enjoy!!