Phrasal verbs

Subject : 

ENGLISH  E-NOTE

Term :

THIRD TERM

Week:

Week 8

Class :

Primary 4

 

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Methods of Teaching :

  • Class Discussion
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Content :

 

Date:

Class: Basic 4

Subject: English

Duration: 40 minutes

Topic: A. Speech Work: The past tense: the perceptive Aspect B. Structure: Phrasal verb C. Reading: Teaching of new words meaning and Comprehension D. Grammar: Phrasal verb E. Writing: Composition “My Environment” F. Dictation: Selected words from the passage read

PERIOD 1

Simple past tense of irregular verbs

The simple past tense of regular verbs is formed by adding ‘-ed’ to them: look – looked, walk – walked. However, many common verbs are irregular. They do not form the past tense in the same way: buy – bought, see – saw. All auxiliary verbs (e.g. be, have, do) are irregular.

EXERCISE

Write this passage in the past tense.

After a long stay, Nnamdi is preparing to leave when Moremi, because her husband wishes it, begs him to make his visit longer. And now this good queen’s sorrow begins. Nnamdi refuses to stay when Obafemi asks him, but Moremi’s gentle words persuade him to do so. Obafemi is seized with jealousy. Everything that Moremi does for Nnamdi, although it is done only to please her husband, increases the unfortunate king’s jealousy. Suddenly, Obafemi changes from a true friend into a wild, evil creature. He plans to kill Nnamdi. So he orders Aminu to poison Nnamdi.

PERIOD 2

Phrasal verbs

Study the various meanings of ‘come’ in the phrases in the table. Use the correct form of ‘come’ in phrases to complete the sentences below.

Verb Meaning
come across (something) to find something by accident
come apart to break into pieces
come back to return
come on to encourage someone to go with you
come round or come to to wake up after being unconscious
come up with (something) to think of a plan, idea, etc
come to (someone) to suddenly be in someone’s thoughts

EXERCISE

1 Can you ______ my house after school?

2 Amina is weak because she has just ________ from a bad period with malaria.

3 Idi ___________ and realised he was lying in the road.

4 Maina ___________ a brilliant way to help her neighbour’s children.

5 When your father ___________ from work, I’ll explain about the broken window.

6 ___________! I’ll race you to that tree over there

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