English 4 - 6

by Mansi Agarwal John Smith

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What you'll learn

  

CLASS IV CLASS V CLASS VI

Nouns
1. Introduction to Nouns
2. Number
3. Gender

 

 

Nouns
1. Introduction to Nouns
2. Number
3. Gender

 

 

Vocabulary
1. The same word used as different parts of speech
2. Idioms phrases and proverbs
3. Prefixes and suffixes
4. Homonyms and Homophones
5. Synonyms and Antonyms

Pronouns
1. Personal Pronouns
2. Reflexive and Emphatic Pronouns
3. Relative Pronouns

 

Pronouns
1. Personal Pronouns
2. Pronouns of Quantity
3. Reflexive and Emphatic Pronouns
4. Relative Pronouns

Adjectives
1. Types of Adjectives
2. Royal order of Adjectives
3. Participles

 

Adjectives
1. Describing Words

 

 

Verbs
1. Doing words
2. Auxiliaries
3. Transitive and Intransitive Verb

 

Clauses

 

 

Verbs
1. Doing Words
2. Auxilaries
Punctuations
1. Basic Punctuations
2. Commas, Quotations and Brackets
Parts of Speech
Adverbs Adjuctives Articles
1. Definite and Indefinite
Prepositions Articles Phrases
Conjuctions Adverbs Pronoun
1. Demonstrative/Possessive
2. Reflexive, Emphatic, Interrogative and Relative
3. Personal Pronoun
intersections Conjuctions Noun
1. Possessive case
2. Gender
3. Number
4. Types of Noun
5. Countable and uncountable
Articles Prepositions Types of Sentences
1. Based on Form and Meaning
Punctuations Degree of Comparison Active and Passive voice
Tenses Nature of Sentences Subject and Predicate
Degrees of Comparision Types of Sentences Comparison
Contractions Subject and Predicate Punctuation
1. Advanced and Basic Punctuations
Nature of Sentenses Active and Passive Voice Prepositions
1. Types and Function of Preposition
Subject and Predicate Homophones Adverbs
The Participle Interjections Forms of Tenses
Homophones Prefix and Suffix Verbs
1. Subject-Verb Agreement, finite and Non finite
2. Main, Helping, and Model Auxiliaries
3. Transitive and Intransitive
Synonyms Question Tags  
Antonyms The same word used as different Parts of Speech  
Suffix and Prifix Similes  
Similes Sounds of Things  
  Antonyms and Synonyms  
  Tenses  
  The Participles  
  Direct and Indirect Speech  

Teachers

Mansi Agarwal

Over years experience

John Smith

Over 22 years experience