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  • Hello Everyone, 
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  • Hello Everyone,
    MyETeacher is an organization trying to provide Free and Quality education to all. We intend to reach everyone who is deprived of good education via all available tools like YouTube, WhatsApp, etc.
    Please click on the link below for Grade 5: English Grammar:
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    Simple Past tense tutorial---https://youtu.be/FarmevFtyag

    Do Like & Subscribe to the channel for more tutorials.

    Help us reach maximum kids for their benefit. To provide access for these tutorials to the deprived children around you.
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  • Would like to have a cup of tea? ☕️

We all know how much British love their tea, so they started using the phrase ”it’s my cup of tea” to talk about the things they like. 

Later in 1920, the word ‘NOT’ was added to the phrase to describe something that they didn’t like.

What are the things that are not your cup of tea? 

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  • Would like to have a cup of tea? ☕️

    We all know how much British love their tea, so they started using the phrase ”it’s my cup of tea” to talk about the things they like.

    Later in 1920, the word ‘NOT’ was added to the phrase to describe something that they didn’t like.

    What are the things that are not your cup of tea?

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  • Most people don’t know that a verb can also be a state of being, like “she loves,” or “he fears,” or “It seemed.” 
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A state of being verb isn’t something you can DO. It’s more about saying how you are in a moment: “I know…” or “I prefer…”
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State of being verbs are harder to spot, because we all know that a verb can be an #action. But a state of being? We’ve almost never had a student know about “state of being” verbs before they started working with us.
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And spotting #verbs is vital on SAT/ACT grammar! 
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Identifying the verb helps you figure out if the #clauses you’re reading are independent or dependent clauses, and THAT lets you know if you should put a comma, period, or semicolon there.
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The SAT and ACT love to test this stuff. In fact, they are the most common question type on the ACT, at 12% of questions! 
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So to begin your SAT/ACT grammar study, make sure you can spot your verbs: actions AND states of being.
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Link to SAT & ACT Grammar #Flashcards in bio! 

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  • Most people don’t know that a verb can also be a state of being, like “she loves,” or “he fears,” or “It seemed.”
    🤔
    A state of being verb isn’t something you can DO. It’s more about saying how you are in a moment: “I know…” or “I prefer…”
    🤗
    State of being verbs are harder to spot, because we all know that a verb can be an #action. But a state of being? We’ve almost never had a student know about “state of being” verbs before they started working with us.
    🤨
    And spotting #verbs is vital on SAT/ACT grammar!
    🧐
    Identifying the verb helps you figure out if the #clauses you’re reading are independent or dependent clauses, and THAT lets you know if you should put a comma, period, or semicolon there.
    ✔️
    The SAT and ACT love to test this stuff. In fact, they are the most common question type on the ACT, at 12% of questions!
    👁‍🗨
    So to begin your SAT/ACT grammar study, make sure you can spot your verbs: actions AND states of being.
    🌱
    Link to SAT & ACT Grammar #Flashcards in bio!

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  •  4  0  19 minutes ago
  • 7. Shortened Contractions.
Shortened contractions present another common pronunciation challenge. Native Spanish speakers will often forget to finish a contraction, resulting in “don” for “don’t” or “won” for “won’t.” What might at first sound like an accent difference will become more pronounced over time, so native Spanish speakers should be on the lookout for this one!
Of course, the biggest mistake to avoid is using “your” instead of “you’re” and vice versa. You’re is short for “you are” but a lot of time non native speakers of English use “your” instead
8.  Confusion between ‘to do’ and ‘to make’.
In Spanish “hacer” is the verb that represents both “to do” and “to make” in English. It is often difficult for native Spanish speakers to remember which verb to use when speaking English. Some common mistakes include:
* “I need to do my bed” instead of “I need to make my bed”.
* “Can I do a suggestion?” instead of “Can I make a suggestion?”
* “Could you make me a favor?” instead of “Could you do me a favor?”
9.  Order of Adjectives and Nouns.
In Spanish, the noun generally comes before the adjective, while in English it is usually the opposite. In English that sentence construction would look something like “He had a dog brown.” So don’t be surprised when native Spanish speakers add the adjective as an afterthought.
10. Spelling mistakes
In Spanish, words are spelled exactly how they sound. They don’t have any of this “silent letter”  found in English, nor do they have words that sound exactly the same but can be spelled three different ways. (We’re looking at you “buy/bye/by”)
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  • 7. Shortened Contractions.
    Shortened contractions present another common pronunciation challenge. Native Spanish speakers will often forget to finish a contraction, resulting in “don” for “don’t” or “won” for “won’t.” What might at first sound like an accent difference will become more pronounced over time, so native Spanish speakers should be on the lookout for this one!
    Of course, the biggest mistake to avoid is using “your” instead of “you’re” and vice versa. You’re is short for “you are” but a lot of time non native speakers of English use “your” instead
    8.  Confusion between ‘to do’ and ‘to make’.
    In Spanish “hacer” is the verb that represents both “to do” and “to make” in English. It is often difficult for native Spanish speakers to remember which verb to use when speaking English. Some common mistakes include:
    * “I need to do my bed” instead of “I need to make my bed”.
    * “Can I do a suggestion?” instead of “Can I make a suggestion?”
    * “Could you make me a favor?” instead of “Could you do me a favor?”
    9.  Order of Adjectives and Nouns.
    In Spanish, the noun generally comes before the adjective, while in English it is usually the opposite. In English that sentence construction would look something like “He had a dog brown.” So don’t be surprised when native Spanish speakers add the adjective as an afterthought.
    10. Spelling mistakes
    In Spanish, words are spelled exactly how they sound. They don’t have any of this “silent letter”  found in English, nor do they have words that sound exactly the same but can be spelled three different ways. (We’re looking at you “buy/bye/by”)
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  • 4. Pronunciation – Spanish speakers make a lot of errors with pronunciation. Some advanced students know English grammar quite well, but can barely hold a conversation due to their incorrect pronunciation of key words. The following are some of the most common pronunciation errors that Spanish speakers make in English:
* Adding an “e” sound before words that begin with “s”. For example, a Spanish speaker would pronounce “special” as “especial”.
* Pronouncing a “y” as a “j”. For example, a Spaniard may say “jam” when reading the word “yam”.
* Pronouncing a “j” as an “h”. For examples, a student might pronounce the name “Jerry” as “Herry”.
5. Confusion between ‘this’ and ‘these‘ – Native Spanish speakers often pronounce these two words the same so, in writing, tend to stick with “this,” leaving poor “these” for advanced learners

6. Directly translating a prepostion.
Prepositions are tricky because they often change a lot between English and Spanish. Here are some specific examples of confusing prepositions. A Spanish speaker may say, “It depends of” instead of “It depends on”A Spanish student might say, “Call to someone” instead of “Call someone” (in English there is no preposition in such phrases). Spaniards often incorrectly say, “Marry with somebody” instead of “Marry somebody” (in English there is no preposition in such phrases)
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  • 4. Pronunciation – Spanish speakers make a lot of errors with pronunciation. Some advanced students know English grammar quite well, but can barely hold a conversation due to their incorrect pronunciation of key words. The following are some of the most common pronunciation errors that Spanish speakers make in English:
    * Adding an “e” sound before words that begin with “s”. For example, a Spanish speaker would pronounce “special” as “especial”.
    * Pronouncing a “y” as a “j”. For example, a Spaniard may say “jam” when reading the word “yam”.
    * Pronouncing a “j” as an “h”. For examples, a student might pronounce the name “Jerry” as “Herry”.
    5. Confusion between ‘this’ and ‘these‘ – Native Spanish speakers often pronounce these two words the same so, in writing, tend to stick with “this,” leaving poor “these” for advanced learners

    6. Directly translating a prepostion.
    Prepositions are tricky because they often change a lot between English and Spanish. Here are some specific examples of confusing prepositions. A Spanish speaker may say, “It depends of” instead of “It depends on”A Spanish student might say, “Call to someone” instead of “Call someone” (in English there is no preposition in such phrases). Spaniards often incorrectly say, “Marry with somebody” instead of “Marry somebody” (in English there is no preposition in such phrases)
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  • 🌸Word of the day - FRENEMY🌸

Meaning... One who pretends to be a friend👭 but is actually an enemy..😈

Example - The world🌍 is full of frenemies.😠

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  • 🌸Word of the day - FRENEMY🌸

    Meaning... One who pretends to be a friend👭 but is actually an enemy..😈

    Example - The world🌍 is full of frenemies.😠

    Follow🐾 us for daily vocabulary words and more informative stuff..💜💜
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  •  0  0  28 minutes ago
  • 1.  False Friends –  false cognates are words that appear to have the same meaning in both English and Spanish, but in reality are quite different. Here are three well-known false friends between English and Spanish:
* Embarazada: Looks like “embarrassed” but means “pregnant”.
* Actualmente: Looks like “actually” but means “currently”.
* Carpeta: Looks like “carpet” but means “folder”.
* Librero: Looks like “library” but means “bookcase”.
* familiar: Looks like “something known” but means “having to do with one’s family”.
* Aprobar : Looks like “approve” but means “to pass, as in an exam”.
2. Omission of the Subject –  In Spanish, the verb tenses change with the subject, so actually saying “I” or “he” or “it” isn’t necessary. So learners sometimes forget that the subject is always necessary in English, leading to sentences like “is always a good idea to eat spinach.” The “it,” because it doesn’t refer to anything in particular, can be easy for a learner to forget.
3. Gender Confusion – Not that kind of gender confusion. While it’s more common for English speaking learners of Spanish to confuse of forget the genders of Spanish nouns, native Spanish speakers often get confused when it comes to words like him, her, because the Spanish pronoun “su” represents both the masculine and the feminine.
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  • 1.  False Friends –  false cognates are words that appear to have the same meaning in both English and Spanish, but in reality are quite different. Here are three well-known false friends between English and Spanish:
    * Embarazada: Looks like “embarrassed” but means “pregnant”.
    * Actualmente: Looks like “actually” but means “currently”.
    * Carpeta: Looks like “carpet” but means “folder”.
    * Librero: Looks like “library” but means “bookcase”.
    * familiar: Looks like “something known” but means “having to do with one’s family”.
    * Aprobar : Looks like “approve” but means “to pass, as in an exam”.
    2. Omission of the Subject –  In Spanish, the verb tenses change with the subject, so actually saying “I” or “he” or “it” isn’t necessary. So learners sometimes forget that the subject is always necessary in English, leading to sentences like “is always a good idea to eat spinach.” The “it,” because it doesn’t refer to anything in particular, can be easy for a learner to forget.
    3. Gender Confusion – Not that kind of gender confusion. While it’s more common for English speaking learners of Spanish to confuse of forget the genders of Spanish nouns, native Spanish speakers often get confused when it comes to words like him, her, because the Spanish pronoun “su” represents both the masculine and the feminine.
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  • You all know about prefixes now, let's understand what different prefixes mean and their usage.
If you think you've understood prefixes, attempt the questionnaire on the last picture. You can also ask your doubts in comment section below.

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  • You all know about prefixes now, let's understand what different prefixes mean and their usage.
    If you think you've understood prefixes, attempt the questionnaire on the last picture. You can also ask your doubts in comment section below.

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  • 💥 (C2) Dread means ✔ " to feel extremely worried or frightened about something that is going to happen or that might happen."

💥 Dread (noun): a strong feeling of worry. 
💥 Dread (adjective) : causing fear or worry.

Comment down one example using this word 👇 ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ ✅ Let's take some more examples. ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ 🅰  I dreaded hearing the result of blood test.
➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ 🅱  I dread going into the water because I don't know swimming.
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  • 💥 (C2) Dread means ✔ " to feel extremely worried or frightened about something that is going to happen or that might happen."

    💥 Dread (noun): a strong feeling of worry.
    💥 Dread (adjective) : causing fear or worry.

    Comment down one example using this word 👇 ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ ✅ Let's take some more examples. ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ 🅰 I dreaded hearing the result of blood test.
    ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ 🅱 I dread going into the water because I don't know swimming.
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