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Courseware for Grade 6 English volume 1

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Courseware for Grade 6 English volume 1

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 Courseware for Grade 6 English volume 1

Sixth grade English volume 1 review knowledge (1)

(1) the present tense

1. Concept: refers to the action that occurs frequently or habitually.

2. Sign words: often, usually, sometimes, alaways, every day, etc

3. When the subject is the third person singular He, she, it, the predicate verb should add s or es, and other personal verbs should use the original form.

4. When the subject is the third person singular, the verb change rules are as follows:

A. in general, s is added directly after the verb, for example: walk walks

For example: watch watches, watch watches, go -- goes

C. ending with a consonant plus y, change y to I, and then add es, for example: study studies

(2) the present progressive tense:

1. Concept: refers to what is happening or action.

2. Sign words: now, look, listen, it's

3. Structure: B e (am, is, are) + verb ing

4. The rules of adding verbs are as follows:

A. in general, ing is directly added after the verb, for example: listen listening

B. end with a silent ` e 'and add ing to e, e.g. take taking (make, like, write, come)

C. for those ending with stressed closed syllables (consonants + vowels + consonants), double write the last letter and add ing, such as put putting, (get, sit, stop, run, swim, set)

But: see seeing, eat ®C eating

(3) general future tense:

1. Concept: refers to what will happen or plan to do.

2. Sign words: this weekend, next Monday, tomorrow, in seven years' time

3. Structure: be (am, is, are) going to + verb prototype or will + verb prototype

I am going to take a trip next week

4. Negative sentence: be + not going to + verb prototype or will + not (equal to won't) + verb prototype

(4) common past tense:

1. Concept: refers to the event or action that happened in the past time.

2. Last weekend... Yesterday, just now, ago

3. Ways to change verbs out of date

(1) add ed directly after the verb

(2) add d at the end of E

(3) for those ending with stressed closed syllables, double write the last letter and add ed, for example: stop stopped

(4) irregular

°°°°get-got, write-wrote, run-ran, go-went, buy-bought, find-found,

°°°°do/does°™did come°™came have°™had swim°™swam am/is°™was are°™were fly---flew make---made sing°™sang eat---ate teach°™taught read°™read see-saw take°™took tell°™told feel°™felt meet°™met

5. The usage of be verb (including am, is, are). I use am, you use are, is for her, he, it (she, he, it), singular is and plural are.

6. How to change declarative sentences into general interrogative sentences

1. Look for the verb be, put be at the beginning of the sentence, capitalize it, and use a question mark at the end of the sentence.

2. If you don't have to be, look for can (will, will, could, would, must) and put can at the beginning of the sentence, capitalize it, and use a question mark at the end of the sentence.

3. No be, no can, do or do in front of the sentence.

7. How to change declarative sentences into negative ones

1. Find the verb be and add not after the verb

2. Can (will, shall, should, could, must) and add not at the end

3. Neither be nor can, add does or doesn't before the verb

Note: if there are words such as often, usually, sometimes, just before often, usually, sometimes.

8. After do, does, did, can, let, can ', don't, doesn't, to, must.

(I, US, you, him, her, they)

The verb ing is added after the action verb, be verb and preposition, such as like, enjoy, go

Sixth grade English volume 1 review knowledge (2)

1. Rules for verb to gerund

When a verb changes into a gerund, it is a verb plus ing. Generally, the following three rules should be followed:

(1) in general, ing is added directly after the verb. For example: play playing read reading do doing go going

(2) for verbs ending with the silent letter E, remove the silent letter E and add ing. For example: write writing ride riding make making making dance dancing

(3) for stressed closed syllables ending with monosyllabic and single consonant, double write the last consonant letter, and then add ing. For example: Run - running swim - switching put - putting sit - sitting

2. On the third person singular:

The rules of verbs changing into the third person singular form are as follows

(1) in a sentence, if the subject person is not you or me, but someone else, the person is called the third person singular.

(2) in the sentence of the third person word, the verb should use the third person word form.

(3) when a verb becomes a third person singular, the following rules should be followed:

In general, s is added directly after the verb. For example:

°°°°read--reads make°™makes write°™writes

(2) for verbs ending with letters s, x, O, SH, CH, ES is added at the end of the word. For example: do does wash washes teach teach go goes pass passes

(3) verbs ending with y can be divided into two cases. Verbs ending with vowels and y are added with s directly at the end of the word. For example: play plays buy -- buy

For a verb ending with a consonant letter plus y, change y to I and then add es

(4) for nouns ending with F and Fe, change f and Fe into V, and then add - es

(5) special changes: have -- has

(4) in a third person singular sentence, as long as does or its negative form doesn't appear in the sentence, other verbs in the sentence should use the original form.

(5) when the third person singular affirmative sentence is changed into a negative sentence, we should add doesn't before the verb. For example: he lives in Beijing. --- he doesn't live in Beijing

(6) when the third person singular declarative sentence is changed into a general interrogative sentence, it should start with does, and the following verbs should also be changed into the original form. For example: he lives in Beijing. --- does he live in Beijing?

3. Pay attention to the change of several words

Hobbies have to - must


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