brumiel

Spelling Overview

Topic: words + -s and -es (birds, watches, etc.)

Topic: words ending in –y (baby—-babies/ study—-studied, etc.)

Topic: –ing

Topic: stop—-stopped/ big—-bigger, etc.

Short Forms

Topic: In spoken English we usually pronounce “I am” as one word. The short form (I’m) is a way of writing this:

Topic: We use these forms with I/he/she, etc:

Topic: We use short forms with I/you/he/she, but you can use short forms (especially ´s) with other words too:

Topic: Negative short forms:

Topic: ´s (apostrophe + s). ´s can mean different things:

Short Forms Copy

Topic: In spoken English we usually pronounce “I am” as one word. The short form (I’m) is a way of writing this:

Topic: We use these forms with I/he/she, etc:

Topic: We use short forms with I/you/he/she, but you can use short forms (especially ´s) with other words too:

Topic: Negative short forms:

Topic: ´s (apostrophe + s). ´s can mean different things:

Spelling Overview Copy

Topic: words + -s and -es (birds, watches, etc.)

Topic: words ending in –y (baby—-babies/ study—-studied, etc.)

Topic: –ing

Topic: stop—-stopped/ big—-bigger, etc.

Short Forms Copy

Topic: In spoken English we usually pronounce “I am” as one word. The short form (I’m) is a way of writing this:

Topic: We use these forms with I/he/she, etc:

Topic: We use short forms with I/you/he/she, but you can use short forms (especially ´s) with other words too:

Topic: Negative short forms:

Topic: ´s (apostrophe + s). ´s can mean different things:

Spelling Overview Copy

Topic: words + -s and -es (birds, watches, etc.)

Topic: words ending in –y (baby—-babies/ study—-studied, etc.)

Topic: –ing

Topic: stop—-stopped/ big—-bigger, etc.

Short Forms Copy

Topic: In spoken English we usually pronounce “I am” as one word. The short form (I’m) is a way of writing this:

Topic: We use these forms with I/he/she, etc:

Topic: We use short forms with I/you/he/she, but you can use short forms (especially ´s) with other words too:

Topic: Negative short forms:

Topic: ´s (apostrophe + s). ´s can mean different things:

Spelling Overview Copy

Topic: words + -s and -es (birds, watches, etc.)

Topic: words ending in –y (baby—-babies/ study—-studied, etc.)

Topic: –ing

Topic: stop—-stopped/ big—-bigger, etc.

Short Forms Copy

Topic: In spoken English we usually pronounce “I am” as one word. The short form (I’m) is a way of writing this:

Topic: We use these forms with I/he/she, etc:

Topic: We use short forms with I/you/he/she, but you can use short forms (especially ´s) with other words too:

Topic: Negative short forms:

Topic: ´s (apostrophe + s). ´s can mean different things:

Spelling Overview Copy

Topic: words + -s and -es (birds, watches, etc.)

Topic: words ending in –y (baby—-babies/ study—-studied, etc.)

Topic: –ing

Topic: stop—-stopped/ big—-bigger, etc.