This Quiz is for Grade 11, and it is self-graded. Which means that you should check the answer with yourselves. This is good general revision too for all my students. Study hard girls because the exam is tough. Keep Learning English!
Yesterday was an important lesson, so I decided to give you a quiz on them, and a quick summary of the pronouns that you need to memorize. I'm pretty sure that I wrote it on the board, but I was certain that not all of the girls have copied it.
This is the explanation of verb to do and why and when we add -s and -es for the verbs in the present simple with the single subject. This is explanation and not questions, so you can understand and prepare for the next lesson, which will have the questions. I hope the confusion will be cleared today girls.
This was the first quiz for the girls at the beginner course, so I decided that everyone else can have a go at the simple grammar exercises, or for teachers to assess their students. Practice well, students.
Today, I was talking in the class about Nelson Mandela, and I mentioned how much Nelson cared about the world and about others, sacrificing his youth for the sake of his people. It was then that I mentioned one of his quotes about loving each other:
The girls didn't know much about him except that he is a hero. Nevertheless, they were inspired by this quote specifically. If we were all equal to each other, the world would be a better place.
These are some of the best quotes I found about Nelson Mandela over the internet. Some quotes won't always be shown, but he has a strong political opinion. One picture is a poster for his birthday. It's quite sad, really, that he died.
Nelson is an inspirational man, so of course he has inspirational quotes. Both these quotes below are ones that I'd like to give to my students, to remember why we learn, why we should be motivated, and one of the main reasons why we should all be better people, and generally stop our muffled racism, because each small suppressed hatred and act of discrimination that we do has built up before and caused the sorrow of South Africa's citizens. Always put yourself in the other person's shoes, as we all do learn from history and try not to repeat mankind's mistakes again, if we are to thrive in the future.
Nelson was a
hero to the whole world, and he taught all of us a big lesson in determination,
freedom, and equality. I am very inspired by him as an example of diligent
fighting, yet he did not want the power of being president, and after losing 27
years of his life, he didn’t revenge them in the 5 years that he got back. This
is proof for wisdom and serenity, which is what makes him a hero for the whole
in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have
made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we
lead.” — Nelson Mandela