These 17 grammar structures in Movers Cambridge revolve around relatively simple and familiar concepts for children aged 6-11. However, without proper focus on these structures, children may struggle to achieve their desired results in this exam. With numerous basic-level grammar concepts in English, which are the most important grammar points that children need to know?
Let’s refer to the article below!
1. 17 Grammar Structures in Movers Cambridge
V-inf: infinitive verb
|Grammar Structure in Cambridge Movers
|Give it to the teacher!
|Comparatives and Superlatives (with adjectives)
|– Your house is bigger than mine.– Anna is my best friend.
|Verbs– Irregular and regular verbs (simple past tense)– Verb + to V-inf– Verb + V-ing– … to V (indicating purpose)– want/ask someone to do something– must + V-inf (expressing obligation)– have (got) to/ had to– shall (making a suggestion)– could (past of “can”)
|– We went to the park yesterday.– I want to go home.– I went riding on Saturday.– She went to town to buy a toothbrush.– He wants the teacher to tell a story.– He must do his homework.– I’ve got to go.– Shall I help you wash the car, Mum?– I could see some birds in the tree.
|– She never eats meat.– He sang loudly.– My mother talks a lot.
|Comparatives and Superlatives (with adverbs)
|– My brother reads more quickly than my sister.– I like ice cream best.
|I went home because I was tired.
|– She plays with her friends after school.– He plays badminton on Saturdays.
|– Why is he talking to her?– When does school start?
|– Vicky is the girl who is riding a bike.– That is the DVD which my friend gave me.– This is the house where my friend lives.
|What is/was the weather like?
|What was the weather like last weekend?
|What’s the matter?
|What’s the matter, Daisy? Have you got a stomach-ache?
|How about/What about + N/V-ing
|How about going to the cinema on Wednesday afternoon?
|Time clauses with “when”
|When he got home, he had his dinner.
|Go for a + N
|Yesterday we went for a drive in my brother’s new car.
|Be called + N
|A baby cat is called a kitten.
|Be good at + N
|She’s very good at basketball.
|I think/ know …
|I think he’s very nice.
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As can be seen, the Grammar Structures in Movers Cambridge are both numerous and very familiar in everyday communication. Therefore, teachers and parents can easily help children absorb and remember this knowledge by applying it frequently in daily conversations. FLYER hopes that this article will be helpful for teachers and parents as they accompany their children on this journey!