* Teach Me PowerPoint screens help you to present new grammar to the class in an engaging way. * Follow-up activities get your students practising what they've just learned. You can do these as a whole class or individually - it's up to you. * Then students do interactive practice activities on their own. You can set these as homework or pupils can use them as revision. * Plus they can play four fun games ! * Pupils can try any activity whenever they like. If they're finding it hard to grasp a topic, they can visit and revisit it - time and time again. If they know a topic well, they can spend less time on it. So e-Grammar truly personalises learning! * You can find topics in three ways: search by grammar topic, use our Expo 4 menu, or use our Metro 4 menu. e-Grammar covers all GCSE grammar topics at Higher and Foundation. * e-Grammar also comes with a Teacher's Guide which contains photocopiable worksheets to support the software. Why not try module one for free?
Higher LevelPronounsDirect object pronounsUsing y and en Direct object pronouns with the perfect tenseIndirect object pronouns Relative pronouns Adjective and adverbs Quel, quelle, quels, quellesAdjective agreementComparative & superlative of bon & mauvaisComparative adjectivesBeau, nouveau, vieuxThe superlative Demonstartive adjectives and pronounsAdverbsVerbs - present tenseThe present tense of regular verbs The present tense of avoir, etre and faireReflexive verbs (present tense)The present tense of modal verbsThe imperative3rd person verb forms (present tense)Verbs - perfect tenseThe perfect tenseRegular past participlesIrregular past participlesReflexive verbs (perfect tense)Verbs - imperfect & perfect tenseThe imperfect tense of avoir & etreThe imperfect tenseVerbs - mixed tensesThe perfect and near future tensesThe difference between the imperfect and perfect 1st person plural verb forms (all tenses)Verbs - future and conditional The future tneseThe conditional Verbs - pluperfect tense The pluperfect tenseVerbs - the passiveThe passive Negatives Forming negativesMore on negativesFoundation LevelVerbs - the infinitive Aimer + infinitive On Peut + infinitive Je vais, Je veux, Je voudrais + infinitiveVerbs - present & future tensesThe present tense of modal verbsReflexive verbs (present tense)Using tu and vous1st person plural verb forms (present tense)3rd person verb forms (present tense)The near future tenseVerbs - perfect tenseThe perfect tense with avoir, etre, avoir & etreUsing c'etait & the perfect tense1st person plural verb forms (present tense)Verbs - mixed tensesthe perfect and near future tensesPresent, past & future (1)Present, past & future (2)AdjectivesPossessive adjectives (singular)Adjective agreement Adjectives of colourComparative adjectivesArticlesThe indefinite articleThe definite articleThe partitive articleGender, nouns & prnounsMasculine & feminine nounsPlural nounsAsking questionsQuestion wordsAsking questionsa and deJouer a & jouer dePrepositions with aPrepositions with de