In English, there are some nouns and verbs which have the same form. However, their pronunciation is different. Usually, the stress falls on the first syllable, when one of these words is used as a noun, whereas when it is used as a verb, it has the stress on the second syllable. Have a look at the list below to become familiar these verbs and nouns so that you can avoid pronunciation mistakes.
This tricky noun packet includes 40 different irregular noun forms with their matching plurals for a total of 80 cards. This is a really fun unit, especially the card match. My kids actually raced to see how many they could get.
Educational infographic & data visualisation Prepositions – nice reminder of concepts we can include – can also be used as a … Infographic Description Prepositions – nice reminder of concepts we can include – can also be used as a quick screener.
Teach Your Child to Read - Plural or Possessive? Use the plural or possessive form of each noun to complete the sentence. Great grammar exercise for grade! - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.
Rules for Plural Nouns - Here is a simple poster to help kiddies understand the different rules when changing nouns from singular form to plural form. There are obviously always exceptions to every rule, however these rules apply in most cases.