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punctuation downloadable worksheets:
PUNCTUATION RULES
PUNCTUATION RULES.
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 581

 
PUNCTUATION
Clear explanations of the usage of punctuations&exercis es on the 2.page.HUGS!
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 494

 
Working with the Dictionary (5) - focus on Punctuation
Knowing how to work with the dictionary is an important tool to develop students´ autonomy. Inspired by Longman´s Active Study Dictionary Worksheets, I created one more worksheet with 4 simple exercises: matching the punctuation marks with their names; identifying the punctuation mark according to its use; punctuating sentences; punctuating a para...
Level: elementary
Age: 11-17
Downloads: 459

 
CAPITAL LETTERS
Simple rules for writing the capital letters plus a task and the key. The file was too big to include the B&W version, so I´m uploading that one, too. Hope you like it! Have a nice day!
Level: elementary
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 434

 
Punctuation Worksheet 1
Worksheet in which students are asked to punctuate sentences. Easy to use. Answer Key is provided. Hope you find it helpful. :)
Level: elementary
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 418

 
PRESENT PERFECT PRACTICE (B&W + KEY)
It´s a matching exercise to practise Present Perfect (regular & irregular verbs). First the students complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in the box. Then they have to match the sentences to the pictures. B&W version and KEY included. Hope U find it useful.
Level: elementary
Age: 11-17
Downloads: 418

 
Apostrophes: how to use apostrophes to show possession
** On the preview some text looks to be hidden, once downloaded it´s all there! I double checked :-) Having messed up recently with my own misunderstanding of the correct way to use an apostrophe to show possession. I thought I had better brush up. :-) This covers the basics for an elementary to intermediate level. Of course there are exception...
Level: elementary
Age: 5-11
Downloads: 391

 
Punctuation, "THE APOSTROPHE" and "POSSESSION"
Punctuation. EASY-TO-UNDERSTAND Worksheet of the APOSTROPHE. Simple but in detail. CONTRACTIONS; POSSESSIONS; PLURALS of Alphabet Letters. NUMEROUS examples and easy exercises - Family, and Opposites - in SIX PAGES of black-and-white script. POSSESSION is FULLY EXPLAINED. Students LOVE it!
Level: elementary
Age: 6-17
Downloads: 383

 
 
 Technicum Si-Tarek Of Relizane
 Second Year Students
 Technological Streams 2003/2004
 Practice:: CAPITALIZATION
HugCapitalize the first word of a sentence.
               Example: The lessons begin tomorrow.
 
Thumbs Up  Practice-1.Tick each word that needs a capital letter.
a) you don't seem to understand.
b) why didn't you ask me?
c) the boy will be punished for his wrongs.
d) get out of here.
e) did you see that!

HugCapitalize the word I, either alone or in a contraction.
              Examples : Do I get to go? I said that I'm here.
 
Thumbs Up  Practice-2. Tick each word that needs a capital letter.
a) i must ask my mother.
b) you and i get to see the movie.
c) try it as i've done.
d) yesterday i'd have sent it.
e) i'll be there soon.

HugCapitalize words such as Mother, Father, Grandmother, Grandfather, Son, Daughter, and Sister when they are used in place of the person's name. Do not capitalize them when they follow possessive pronouns such as my, your, his, her, our, or your.
               Examples: I will ask Father. ---> I will ask my father.
 
Thumbs Up  Practice-3. Tick each word that needs a capital letter.
a) my father will return next week.
b) oh, mom, you don't understand me.
c) tomorrow grandmother leaves for florida.
d) did sis want to go with us?
e) today mother and i will finish the painting.

HugCapitalize proper nouns. A proper noun names a particular person, place, or thing.
              Examples: girl = Rebecca, city = Oran, newspaper = Newsweek
 
Thumbs Up  Practice-4. Tick each word that needs a capital letter.
a) should you and i go with sam?
b) the magna carta is an important document.
c) the first war in my lifetime was world war II.
d) i live in lindon, utah.
e) have you and john visited england?

HugCapitalize a common noun when it is part of a proper noun.
              Examples: river - Jordan River, uncle - Uncle Al, street - Main Street
 
Thumbs Up  Practice-5. Tick each word that needs a capital letter.
a) i have crossed the missouri river.
b) did you attend mountain view high school?
c) the three boys joined the boy scouts.
d) aunt alice will be coming from africa.
e) the magazine people is read by many people.
 
Thumbs Up  Practice-6. Tick each word that needs a capital letter.
a) where were jack and jill going?
b) i wish i could go to arizona with my dad.
c) my uncle jim was visiting with paul in idaho.
d) i just returned from parsippany, new jersey.
e) the constitution should be studied more in school.
f) the navaho indians live in interesting buildings.
g) did you attend provo high?
h) ann lives in canada.
i) we will be visiting the first baptist church.
j) my nationality is swedish.
 
 
Thumbs Up  Practice-7. Tick each word that needs a capital letter.
 
ibn khaldoun (1332-1406). in the more than 1,000 years between the times of the philosopher aristotle in ancient greece and the writer machiavelli in renaissance italy, the most preeminent social scientist in the west was a muslim arab scholar named ibn khaldoun. he was a historian, philosopher of history, and sociologist, much of whose life was devoted to public service and teaching.
ibn khaldoun was born in tunis on may 27, 1332, the descendant of a family that had for centuries served in high administrative posts in spain and north africa. he received a thorough education in the koran--the holy book of islam--and in muslim law and the masterpieces of arab literature.
from 1352 to 1375 he held various government posts in spain and africa. he then retired to a castle near frenda, tiaret, algeria, and wrote his masterpiece, the “muqaddimah”(the intorduction), an introduction to history. in 1382 he sailed to egypt, where he spent most of the remainder of his life. he became a teacher at schools in cairo and was made a chief judge and interpreter of muslim law. in 1400 he spent several months at the court of timur lenk, also known as tamerlane, the mongol conqueror who had just overrun syria. he eventually returned to cairo, where he died on march 17, 1406.
ibn khaldoun's chief works were the “muqaddimah” and the “kitab al-'ibar” (the book of lessons/morals), a definitive history of muslim north africa. the “muqaddimah”, a theoretical introduction to the latter, presents a philosophy of history and of the rise and fall of cultures. filled with brilliant observations on economics, politics, education, and historiography, it also contains wide-ranging sociological sketches in a variety of areas.
 

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