1. questions with who / why
WHO is used when referring to people. (If I want to know the person)
Who is the best player in the world?
Who are your best friends?
Who is that strange girl over there?
WHY is used to get an explanation or a reason. (if I want to know the reason)
Why do we need a nanny?
Why are they always late?
Why does he complain all the time?
WH-questions are questions starting with WH-words including: what, when, where, who, whom,
which, whose, why and how.
Who Used to ask about people - Who do you love the most in your family?
Why Used to ask about reasons/ causes - Why did it happen? I didn’t understand.
Wh -questions are certain types of questions we ask to get information about different things and are
used frequently every day at home and in the classroom:
Who – asks about a person ( ‘who won the race on Saturday?’)
Why – asks about a reason (. ‘why is the sky blue?’)
prepositions with movement verbs
These are verbs like the following – go, come, travel, walk, run, fly, crawl, etc.
We often use the following prepositions with verbs of movement –
to, into, in, out of, at, towards, back, and around.
Prepositions of movement show movement from one place to another place. These prepositions
always describe movement and we usually use them with verbs of motion
The preposition to is used to indicate a destination or direction.
The boys go to school in groups.
Prepositions of movement or direction are used to show movement from one place to another.
These prepositions are most often used with verbs of motion and are found after the verb.
Preposition of movement examples: She turned her back to the audience
The preposition towards is used to say that someone or something moves, looks, faces,… in the
direction of someone or something.
Examples: She pushed her face towards him
negative be verbs
Use the word"not" afterthe "be verb"to make a sentence negative.
"Be verb + not" acts like notequalssign(≠).That'sit!
I am a boy. I am nota girl.
She istall.She is notshort.
Theyare not hot.Theyare cold.
The dog is cute.It isnot ugly.
The negative verbformsare made by puttingnotafteran auxiliaryverb.
She has invitedus.(Affirmative)
She has not invitedus.(Negative)
It was raining.(Affirmative)
It was notraining.(Negative)
Negative statementsare the oppositeof positive statements and are necessary to express an opposing
idea.The followingchartslistnegative wordsandhelpingverbsthatcanbe combinedtoforma negative
A helpingverbusedwiththe negative wordnot.
Negative:Myguestsare not arrivingnow.
The negative wordno.