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Unit 11: Statements to questions and ‘-el’, ‘-al’ 1. Do camels store water in the humps on their backs?


2. Did the Brothers Grimm write the story of Hansel and Gretel?


ƒ Change these questions into statements. ƒ Underline the nouns. ƒ Circle the verbs.


Unit 12: Exclamation mark and ‘-ant’, ‘-ent’ 1. My uncle went crazy when he saw the dent in his car!


2. We went to the circus last weekend and it was amazing!


ƒ Circle the exclamation marks. ƒ Which tense are these sentences written in? ƒ Underline the conjunctions in each sentence.


Unit 13: Commas and ‘-pre’ 1. I predict that it will be rainy, windy and cloudy on Saturday.


2. There was a preview of the premiere in Waterford, Carlow and Westmeath.


ƒ Circle the commas in each sentence. ƒ Explain why the following words have capital letters: Saturday, Waterford, Carlow, Westmeath.


ƒ Change the second sentence to the present tense and future tense.


Unit 14: Sentences, phrases and paragraphs, and ‘-ve’ 1. The detective managed to solve the crime quickly, there was no beating around the bush.


2. Mum cleaned the stove out and now it is spick and span.


ƒ Highlight the phrase used in each sentence. ƒ Underline the pronoun used in the second sentence. ƒ Add adjectives to describe the following: detective, crime, stove.


Unit 15: Prepositions and ‘-gh’, ‘-ough’, ‘-augh’ 1. I thought the yoghurt was on the table but it was actually in the fridge.


2. My daughter stood in front of her friend at the concert.


ƒ Circle the prepositions. ƒ Underline the pronoun in the first sentence.


ƒ Add an adjective to describe the following: yoghurt, table, fridge, daughter, friend, concert.


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