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We are two teachers, mum and daughter, with over 60 years of experience between us. In our shop you will find both Maths and English resources to help teachers and students alike. We work with enthusiasm and hope that this comes through in our resources.

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We are two teachers, mum and daughter, with over 60 years of experience between us. In our shop you will find both Maths and English resources to help teachers and students alike. We work with enthusiasm and hope that this comes through in our resources.
Use of Capital Letters in Written English
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Use of Capital Letters in Written English

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Worksheet on use of capital letters in written English, for years 7,8,9 and 10. Detailed explanations with full examples. Varied exercises with answers for consolidation.Can be used later as reference sheet. Well ordered and interesting points to keep students’ attention and to make it memorable. Useful for both native speakers and second language learners.
Modal verbs. Years 8 &9 Explanation and exercises with answer sheet
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Modal verbs. Years 8 &9 Explanation and exercises with answer sheet

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Modal verbs must, to have to, needn’t, can , could, may, might, to be able to, all explained in detail with examples to compare . Useful rfor students of English as a foreign or second language,. Aimed at students in Year 8 and 9, but may be used for revision with older students. The clear , concise explanations are followed by exercises for the students to do in class or as homework to be corrected. The first exercise will give the teacher a good indication of how much the students have grasped of this topic.
Basic Verb Analysis + Consolidation Exercises
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Basic Verb Analysis + Consolidation Exercises

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A comprehensive explanation of verb analysis, including finite, non-finite, transitive, intransitive and how to recognise them. Verb tense, number, person, voice and mood. Useful as a reference later. Aimed at English Language students aged eleven and upwards.
The Clause: its forms, uses and analysis
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The Clause: its forms, uses and analysis

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A complete explanation of Adverbial, Adjectival and Noun clauses and their links with clear examples, followed by exercises with solutions. Pitfalls are pointed out. Useful for English language students from 10 years old and upwards. Good as a reference.
Verb tenses worksheet for Year 8 & Year 9  with full answer sheet and grammatical explanations
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Verb tenses worksheet for Year 8 & Year 9 with full answer sheet and grammatical explanations

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A worksheet on the uses of past tenses with certain keywords including for since and ago, still, already and yet, after, before and while, plus the structure of conditional sentences. Aimed Year 8 and Year 9 students, learning English as a second or foreign language. Can also be used for revision with older classes. The questions are all multiple-choice, a,b,c, or d. The file comes with complete answers and a detailed explanation of the grammar involved. The worksheet can be given as homework to go over in class, or as a pointer as to how the students perform, and where their weakest points lie.
Four, ten-minute simple word games , English language, for Years 4,5 and 6
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Four, ten-minute simple word games , English language, for Years 4,5 and 6

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Four English language word games for Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 , as lesson fillers, or end of term specials. Can be done individually or in several teams of 4 or 5 students. Teams can be given names to add even more interest. Each game will take up to around 10 - 15 minutes. Prizes may be given or the winners are simply congratulated, having earned most points. Well tested and well loved.