أوراق عمل تدريبات Grammar اللغة الإنجليزية الصف السادس الفصل الثاني

أوراق عمل تدريبات Grammar اللغة الإنجليزية الصف السادس الفصل الثاني

أوراق عمل تدريبات Grammar اللغة الإنجليزية الصف السادس الفصل الثاني

He saw a movie yesterday


Meaning He watched a movie the day before today

Grammatical structure Past simple tense

subject + verb (irregular form) + object

subject + • was / were • + complement

usage The past simple is used to discuss something that happened in the past. It is used to describe completed actions in a time before now. We use the past simple with a complement to say exactly when the past action took place, for example, yesterday' and 'on Frida

Other examples I went tO school at 7 am

It was cold yesterday

We in Fu' irah on Frida


Where was the school

What made that noise

Who broke the window

When did she eat breakfast

Why did you go to the museum

What did he have in his bag

Wh - words are used to ask questions to find The first list of questons are subject questions, the second list are object questions

Wh - questions

Wh + auxiliary verb + suuect + main verb (to

Wh- + main verb + Object (subject question)

Where - to ask about place

Who - to ask about people

When - to ask about time

Why - to ask about reasm

What - to ask about people. and animals

Wh- questions can be used to ask about subject or object of the verb

In a subject question, there is no auxiliary, just a main verb. -Be' is a main verb — Where was Ahmed

In an object question, auxiliary verb (do, has, etc.) pes before the suct and it has to have a main verb in the sentence too —

What did you do

When did finish pur exam

went to the beach

Why did you not do your homework

Sultan, where are you

I am in Sharjah

I am on the Road

I am at the cinema

Sudan is saying where he is, and where they can meet : he is in (the library), gn (the first floor), and wants to meet at (the cinema)

Subject + to be + preposition + place

Prepositions Of place describe the position Of a person or thing in relation to another person Or thing. They describe where things are

In: general - large areas like cmmtries and cities (in England, in Dubai) and small spaces (in a car, in a box)

On: more specific - for streets and roads, and surfaces (on Main Street, on the table) and transport used by lots of people (on the bus, on the train)

At: very specific — addresses and shops (at 10 Main Road, at the coffee shop, at the bakery), for home, work and places Of study (at school, at university)

Do you live a big villa

The shop is a! the end of the street

Walk to the end of the road, the school is  your right


What did you do yesterday

I completed a project using my laptop. I gave it to my manager this moming

What did you do before you had a laptop

I read textbooks to find out information. I wrote all my work in notebooks

Functional language point

Describing past experiences and events

Wh- questims, past simple. adverbs Of time. pronouns


It was a beautiful lake with trees

It is in the centre of the city

What is Dubai famous for


Functional language point

Describing places

Adjectives. noun phrases. past simpE present simple


What is your name

I have three brothers

My brother is tall

Asking for and giving personal information point


Wh - questims. noun phrases. adjectives