* Need to review the spelling rules we discussed about adding endings to words? No problem. The document below also includes some websites where you can practice your spelling.
* Interested in a little more work on the simple past verbs we discussed? Check out ego4u.com - look up grammar, the simple past, and find all kinds of interactive exercises. I also like the TESTS because, well, I am a mean teacher, but also because they check the affirmative, the negative, and the interrogative! (whuuuut? better go try one of the tests...)
* Wow! Tonnes of practice on sentences and grammar with suggested answers. Scroll down the menu on the left and go wild!
agendaweb.org/grammar/relatives-pronouns-worksheets-resources.htmlon * for some more practice with joining words, try going to …. (copy and paste the link) https://www.oupcanada.com/higher_education/companion/literature/9780195425154/eng_135/quiz_transitions.html
Challenging, but lots of transitions used
* here is another worksheet, complete with answers, on joining words in sentences:
* two pages of great practice on joining words complete with an answer key if you scroll down to the preview. Copy and past this link:
* Do you want some more help working on relative pronouns like who, that, which, whom, where, when, whose? There are many practice pages here:
* Maryam asked for some vocabulary practice. Check out this site for all kinds of practice quizzes based on both types of English tests (TOEFL, TESL...) and grade level.