Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Simple Past Tense

Actions that have already taken place in the past.

Add 'd' or 'ed' to regular verbs.

Examples of regular verbs in simple past tense that are formed by adding 'd' or 'ed'
                         Teacher talked loudly in class last week.
                                         talk  ---> talked

                          She combed her hair just now.
                                          comb ---> combed

                          They watched the movie last night.
                                          watch ---> watched

Examples of irregular verbs, which are not formed by adding 'd' or 'ed'

                           Jenny ate a biscuit just now.
                                           eat ---> ate

                           This morning, my mother drank a glass of orange juice.
                                           drink ---> drank

                            My father gave me a storybook.
                                           give  ---> gave

                            Ali told teacher on what had happened just now.
                                           tell ---> told

Simple Present Tense

Action which are done often, usually, sometimes, or everyday.

‘es’ and
‘ies’ to the original form of the verb.

Use the original form of the verb.

1. To show general truths and facts

  •    Add 's' to the original form of the verb
                              The moon shines at night.
                                     shine  ---> shines
                              The earth moves around the sun.
                                     move  ---> moves

2. A habitual action or an action that is done often

  •    Add 's' to the original form of the verb
                              He walks to school every morning
                                     walk  ---> walks

                              Mr Tan sells fruit and drink every evening.
                                     sell   ---> sells

  •    Add 'ies' to the original form of the verb when the verb ends with a 'y'
                              Mary studies hard every night so that she can pass her exam.
                                      study ---> studies

  •    Add 'es' to the original form of the original form of the verb when the verb ends with 
  •    's', 'sh', 'ch' and 'o'
                              Jason watches television every night.
                                       watch ---> watches
                              Mr Kumar washes his car every weekend.
                                        wash ---> washes

                              Ali crosses that road to school every morning.
                                        cross  ---> crosses

                              Mrs Sarah goes to supermarket every morning.
                                         go ---> goes

Examples of the personal pronouns 'I', 'You', 'We' and 'They'. The verbs remain in the original form.

                               We eat dinner at 7pm every evening.
                                         eat ---> eat
                                I walk to bus stop every morning.
                                         walk ---> walk

                                They drink apple juice every morning.
                                         drink ---> drink

Monday, 5 December 2011

Collective Nouns

Words that we use to show a group of things, animals or people.

1) A herd of cows

2) A swarm of bees

3) A comb of banana

4) An army of soldiers

5) A pair of hands

6) A pair of shoes

7) A bunch of keys

Monday, 21 November 2011


He is a doctor.
He takes care of sick people.
He works in a hospital.

He is a cook.
He cooks delicious food.
He works in a restaurant.

He is a policeman.

He wears a blue uniform.
He protects the law.

He works in a police station.

He is a fireman.
His job is to put out fire.
He works in a fire station.

He is a postman.
He delivers letters.
He works in a post office.

The lady is a nurse.
She looks after sick people.
She works in a hospital.

She is a teacher.
She teaches pupils in a classroom.
She works in a school.


Saturday, 19 November 2011

Sports and Games

What is your favourite sport/game?
Where do you play the sport/game?

1) Running
animated gif

 We run on the field.

2) Cycling

     We cycle in the park.

3) Rope Skipping
animated gif     We rope skipping in the park.

4) Swimming
      We swim in the pool.

5) Walking
      We walk to school everyday.

6) Surfing
animated gif      We surf at the beach.

7) Skiing
animated gif        We skii on the ice-mountain.

8) Playing Basketball
       We play basketball on the basketball court.

9) Play Football
       We play football on the field.

10) Play Table Tennis (Ping Pong)
       We play table tennis on the table.

11) Play Golf
     We play golf at the golf course.

12) Play Bowling
   We play bowling at the bowling alley.

13) Play Badminton

We play badminton on the badminton court.

14) Play Tennis
Tennis man to serve - animation    We play tennis on the tennis court.

15) Play Volleyball
        We play volleyball on the volleyball court.

                     What are the other sport/game that we can play on the field?

Sunday, 13 November 2011

Months of the Year

Let Sing Together
Months of the Year

Remember this!

1)  J __ N __ A __ Y                                           

2)  __ E B R __ A R __

3) M __ R __ __

4) __ P R __ L

5) M __ Y

6) J __ __ E

7) __ U L __

8) A __ G U __ __

9) S __ P __ E M __ E __

10) O __ T __ B E __

11) __ O __ E M __ E R

12) D __ C E M B __ __

Saturday, 12 November 2011


Do you know that we wear different clothes for different activities?

Sport Wear

Party Wear

Swim Wear

Then, we combine the name of clothes and colours!

     This is a hat.
It is grey.
         It is a grey hat.

          This is a raincoat.
It is yellow.
                  It is a yellow raincoat.
        This is a jeans.
It is blue.
            It is a blue jeans.
                       This is a pair of sandals.
It is blue.
                           It is a pair of blue sandals.