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Open Educational Resources for Teaching and Learning English as Second Language which can be reused, modified, and shared and that provide unconstrained materials for the benefit and the enjoyment of others.https://books4languages.com

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Questions with Shall…?

Shall is a modal verb used in question form toask for instructions or for formulating requests in a polite way. https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/questions-with-shall/

2 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Questions with Shall…?

Question Tags formation

A question tag is a small question at the end of a sentence which is used to check information, ask for confirmation (negative tag) or agreement (positive tag). https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/question-tags-formation/

2 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Question Tags formation

Wh- Questions in Past form

Wh- questions always begin with one of the wh- question words (interrogative pronouns), whichshow what kind of information is wanted {see Wh- Questions, A1 Level}. We can also use them to ask questions about the past. https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/wh-questions-in-past-form/

3 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Wh- Questions in Past form

Wh- Questions words: Who…?

Wh- questions always begin with one of the wh- question words (interrogative pronouns), whichshow what kind of information is wanted {see Wh- Questions, A1 Level}. The pronoun who is used to ask about the subject of the action. https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/wh-questions-words-who/

1 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Wh- Questions words: Who…?

Phrasal Verbs

A phrasal verb is a two-part verb formed by a verb and a particle. The particle usually gives a whole new meaning to the verb. https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/phrasal-verbs/

2 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Phrasal Verbs

Prepositional Phrases

Prepositional phrases are the result of the combination of the prepositions and other elements of the sentence (verbs) {see Prepositional Phrases, A1 Level}. A prepositional verbis every verb followed by a preposition. https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/prepositional-phrases/

2 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Prepositional Phrases

Common Adjective and Preposition Combinations

Prepositionsare essential because they provide additional detailsaboutthe sentence. Adjectivesare determiners that can be placed in twodifferent positionswithin a sentence to modify or describe a person or a thing. Certain adjectives are used only with specificprepositions. https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/common-adjective-and-preposition-combinations/

4 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Common Adjective and Preposition Combinations

Quantitative Determiners

Determinersare modifiers of nouns. They can provide information aboutwhichandhow much/manypeople, things, animals, places… we are talking about. Quantitative determiners or quantifiers are used to indicate the quantity of something {see Quantitative Determiners, A1 Level}. https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/quantitative-determiners/

3 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Quantitative Determiners

Intensifiers and Mitigators

Adverbsare expressions that function as modifiers of other elements intheclause. They can providea wide range of information. Adverbs of degree areused to provideinformation about the intensity of an action or adjective {see Adverbs of Degree, A1 Level}. Intensifiers and mitigators are part of adverbs of degree. https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/intensifiers-and-mitigators/

2 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Intensifiers and Mitigators

Comparative Clauses: As … as

Comparisons with adjectives and adverbs are used to compare things, people or actions, expressing the equalities or inequalities between them. The comparative of equality(as…as clause) is used for the same purpose. {see Comparisons with Adjectives and Adverbs, A1 level} https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/comparatives-clauses-as-as/

4 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Comparative Clauses: As … as

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Questions with Shall…?

Shall is a modal verb used in question form toask for instructions or for formulating requests in a polite way. https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/questions-with-shall/

2 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Questions with Shall…?

Question Tags formation

A question tag is a small question at the end of a sentence which is used to check information, ask for confirmation (negative tag) or agreement (positive tag). https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/question-tags-formation/

2 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Question Tags formation

Wh- Questions in Past form

Wh- questions always begin with one of the wh- question words (interrogative pronouns), whichshow what kind of information is wanted {see Wh- Questions, A1 Level}. We can also use them to ask questions about the past. https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/wh-questions-in-past-form/

3 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Wh- Questions in Past form

Wh- Questions words: Who…?

Wh- questions always begin with one of the wh- question words (interrogative pronouns), whichshow what kind of information is wanted {see Wh- Questions, A1 Level}. The pronoun who is used to ask about the subject of the action. https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/wh-questions-words-who/

1 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Wh- Questions words: Who…?

Phrasal Verbs

A phrasal verb is a two-part verb formed by a verb and a particle. The particle usually gives a whole new meaning to the verb. https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/phrasal-verbs/

2 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Phrasal Verbs

Prepositional Phrases

Prepositional phrases are the result of the combination of the prepositions and other elements of the sentence (verbs) {see Prepositional Phrases, A1 Level}. A prepositional verbis every verb followed by a preposition. https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/prepositional-phrases/

2 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Prepositional Phrases

Common Adjective and Preposition Combinations

Prepositionsare essential because they provide additional detailsaboutthe sentence. Adjectivesare determiners that can be placed in twodifferent positionswithin a sentence to modify or describe a person or a thing. Certain adjectives are used only with specificprepositions. https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/common-adjective-and-preposition-combinations/

4 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Common Adjective and Preposition Combinations

Quantitative Determiners

Determinersare modifiers of nouns. They can provide information aboutwhichandhow much/manypeople, things, animals, places… we are talking about. Quantitative determiners or quantifiers are used to indicate the quantity of something {see Quantitative Determiners, A1 Level}. https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/quantitative-determiners/

3 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Quantitative Determiners

Intensifiers and Mitigators

Adverbsare expressions that function as modifiers of other elements intheclause. They can providea wide range of information. Adverbs of degree areused to provideinformation about the intensity of an action or adjective {see Adverbs of Degree, A1 Level}. Intensifiers and mitigators are part of adverbs of degree. https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/intensifiers-and-mitigators/

2 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Intensifiers and Mitigators

Comparative Clauses: As … as

Comparisons with adjectives and adverbs are used to compare things, people or actions, expressing the equalities or inequalities between them. The comparative of equality(as…as clause) is used for the same purpose. {see Comparisons with Adjectives and Adverbs, A1 level} https://open.books4languages.com/english-a2-grammar/chapter/comparatives-clauses-as-as/

4 MIN2019 ABR. 9
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Comparative Clauses: As … as
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