Vocabulary students must know and spell correctly is:
Adverbs of manner
Adverbs of manner tell us how something happens. They are usually placed after the verb or after the object. Most adverbs of manner end in -ly.
After the object
Online activities for adverbs of manner.
I want to
You want to
He wants to
She wants to
It wants to
We want to
They want to
I don't want to
You don't want to
He doesn't want to
She doesn't want to
It doesn't want to
We don't want to
They don't want to
He wants to sleep.
He wants to read.
They don't want to study.
They want to play.
Relative Clauses with WHERE
The relative clause for places is where.
A cinema is a building where you watch films.
A supermarket is a shop where you can buy food.
Marbella is a town where you can go on holiday.
Often we use where with you can.
A place where you can eat. A restaurant.
A place where you can swim. A swimming pool.
A place where you can sleep. A bed.
**Island of Echoes reward: Any writing that recieves an 8 or more = 1 point and 3 gold coins (per student).**
Write about your favourite hobby.
You muse use present simple.
You must use adverbs of manner.
You must use and, but and because.
You must use comparative sentences.
My favourite hobby is basketball. I play basketball with my friends and I play basketball for a team on Saturdays. My team is good but we are third from bottom in the league because we are playing badly at the moment and the other teams are better than us.
I am a good basketball player because I run fast, pass beautifully, defend strongly and motivate my team well. I like basketball because it is more enjoyable than other sports and it is good exercise.