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subject and verb downloadable worksheets:
Have / Has
Levels 1 & 2 - Read and choose between ´have´ or ´has´, then match with the pictures. Enjoy!
Level: elementary
Age: 6-9
Downloads: 875

 
Subject and object pronouns
Hi teachers, this is another worksheet about subject and object pronouns. There are fews information about this grammar. Let them practice.Hopeful useful ^_^
Level: elementary
Age: 6-12
Downloads: 539

 
SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT–The verb must always agree with the subject. This worksheet focuses on “When, Why & How” to make the subject agree with the verb–((definitions, 80 sentences & 1 exercise to complete))–elementar y/intermediate–((B&W VERSION INCLUDED))
This worksheet focuses on teaching students “When, Why & How” to make the subject and the verb agree. There are the definitions to show your students how subject-verb agreement is formed, 80 sentences and an exercise to complete. The black and white version is included. Hope you find it useful. Cheers.
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Downloads: 533

 
SUBJECT PRONOUNS - TO BE
A 3page worksheet for false beginners lower elementary students to practise subject pronouns and the verb to be.There is a short reference picture that I drew myself and a chart to show how each is used. Its suitable for young ones.
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Downloads: 428

 
Subject-Verb Agreement
Subject-Verb Agreement grammar explanation. Two exercises: Students have to circle the letter of the verb that completes each sentence, then they have to underline the verb that correctly completes each sentence. KEY included.
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 418

 
Subject - Verb Agreement (part 1)+ KEY
Dear teachers I sent this worksheet complete with the notes and kinds of exercise about subject and verb agreement including the key.I hope u like it ^_^ The second worksheet is in http://www.eslprinta bles.com/printable.a sp?id=398876#thetop
Level: elementary
Age: 8-12
Downloads: 384

 
Subject - verb agreement (part 2) + KEY
The second worksheet of subject and verb agreement.The notes is in the previous worksheet. Hope it useful ^_^ The first worksheet is in http://www.eslprinta bles.com/printable.a sp?id=398486#thetop
Level: elementary
Age: 8-12
Downloads: 379

 
Has and have to show possession
This worksheet is a basic grammar,to practice young learners the different between has and have.Hope it useful and your students will like it.Have a nice day ^_^
Level: elementary
Age: 8-10
Downloads: 369

 
 
Word Order: Subject,verb,object

A. Look at the examples below. Complete the sentences.

1. I enjoy music.
2. Philips is swimming.
3. She drank a bottle of water.

a. The doer of the action is .
  • So the subject in the above sentences are:
b. What happens is the or it is an action.
  • The verbs are , is swimming and
c. What does he enjoy? . So it is an object.
d. What did she drink? . So there is an object in the sentence.
e. Some sentences do not have an object. Like in sentence number

B. Now look at this example.

Peter gave Maria a flower.
Peter gave her a flower.

a. After some verbs ( bring, give ,send, make, leave, write) we can talk about a person
( Maria / her) and an object.

Identify the subject, verb and object.

1. I   sent   Jack    some money.

2. She is eating an apple.

3. Allan is riding a horse.

Exercise 1: Look at the picture. Make a sentence using an appropriate verb and an object given below.

Verbs: doing, eat, study ,riding , saw, made, reads

Object: a camel ,a cake , homework, a newspaper, karate, a bald man,  hot dogs, geography

  My mother yesterday.

Sera likes to everyday.

My sister likes

I'm scared of

Alicia doesn't like to

My grandfather everyday.

yesterday.

Children usually don't like


Exercise 2: Write 'YES' if there is an object and 'NO' if there isn't.


1. The girls like singing.

2. John is playing football with his friends.

3. Samuel is playing guitar.

4. He lives in London.

5. The kids are catching butterflies in the field.

6. Boys like flying kites.

7. Do you eat vegetables everyday?

8. I lost my passport.

9. He walks every morning for an hour.

10. He walks to work every morning.

Exercise 3: Order the words to make meaningful sentences.

1. lost / his / purse / Sam.

2. to the supermarket / went/ I /with/my family.

3. going to / visit/ Are / you / Paris / next month?

4. like to / a book / I / read/ sleeping / before.

5. the party/ we / very much/ enjoyed.

6. won / The team / match /  the football.

7. send / My parents / a lot of/ on my birthday/ gifts.

8. money / Paul / on the table / left.




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