It’s easy to confuse “during” and “while” because they mean almost the same thing. We hope this grammar card is helpful in figuring out the difference. :O)
Many students find the difference between present perfect tense and past simple very confusing. To help them I have created the following infographic. Advertisement: Here you can practise the difference between present perfect simple and past simple tenses by playing some games. The first game is called Fling the teacher and you have to choose …
Read and Color! Read the SIMPLE sentence and color correctly!:
I can READ! Read the simple sentences with CVC words and sight words- color the picture to match. Perfect for BEGINNING readers!
Classroom English: matching Mais
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