‘Nicole ate her chips slowly’.
to say more about verbs.
Practise making simple
sentences and learn about what a sentence is.
Save your friend from a nasty accident by putting the apostrophes
in the right place.
E.g. Mary‘s bike isn‘t in the shed.
‘I like to read while
I am eating.’
Learn to write more interesting sentences by joining
Is it ‘they’
or ‘them’ or ‘I’ or ‘me’?
Learn to write better sentences with personal
I walked, I will walk.’
Talk about yesterday, today and tomorrow by working out which
tense to use where.
chocolate’ or ‘she likes
Make sure you get the right
want no new job.’
Make sure you don’t confuse people by putting too many negatives
in your sentences.
When you’re looking for love, or trying to sell your
car you’ll need adjectives.
Are you tall and strong and beautiful?
Advice on writing and following instructions.
Is it ‘Destination Impossible’? Can you find your way around the map?
Improve your punctuation
with the Skillswise guide to commas.