Junior High School
Junior High School Year 1
Be-verb Present Tense (Question, Response, Negative) / Are you a penguin? Yes, I am. No, I'm not.
Can (Affirmative, Negative) / He can dance. She can dance.
Can (Question, Response) / Can you fly? Yes, I can. No, I can't.
Demonstrative Pronoun “This, That” (Question, Response) / Is this a bear? Is that a cat? Yes, it is. No, it isn't.
Interrogative “How ...?” / How do you fight a bear?
Interrogative “How long ...?” / How long is the movie? It's 3 hours.
Interrogative “What time ...?” / What time do you go to bed? I go to bed at 4:00AM.
Interrogative “Which” / Which do you like, bears or cats? I like bears.
Interrogative “Who is ...?” / Who is this? He is Prime Minister Abe Shinzo!
Interrogative Pronoun “What do you ...?” / What do you play? I play video games.
Past tense “regular verb” / I played the guitar. I used the computer.
Past tense “irregular verb” / I ate pizza. I went home.
Personal Pronouns (Objective) / Do you know him? Do you know her?
Plural / How many apples do you have? I have some apples. I don't have any apples.
Present Continuous (Affirmative) / Utada Hikaru is drinking Pocari Sweat.
Present Tense “Are you ...?” (Question, Response, Negative) / Do you like Pokemon? Yes, I do. No, I don't.
Present Tense “Do you ...?” (Question, Response, Negative) / Do you like Pokemon? Yes, I do. No, I don't.
Third person singular, present “He/She ...s” (Affirmative) / She plays guitar. He sings songs.
Third person singular, present ”Does he/she ...?” (Question, Response) / Does he sing songs? Yes, he does. No, he doesn't.
Junior High School Year 2
Auxiliary Verb “have to”, “don’t have to” / I have to go to school. I don't have to study Chinese.
Auxiliary Verb “May I ...?” (Permission) / May I use the computer? Yes, you may. No, you may not.
Auxiliary Verb “must, must not” / I must wear a uniform. I musn't steal money from the convenience store.
Auxiliary Verb “Will you ...?” (Request) / Will you open the window? Yes, I will. No, I will not.
Comparative and Superlative "better, the best" / I like hamburgers better than pizza. I like hot dogs the best.
Comparative and Superlative “-er than, the –est” / Cheetahs are faster than lions. I want to see the earliest show.
Comparative and Superlative “more than, the most” / Doraemon is more popular than Gudetama. Doraemon is the most popular.
Future “be going to” / I am going to study hard!
Gerund “verb + – ing” (Object) / I like reading books.
Infinitive Adverbial Usage (Purpose) / I go to school to study English.
Past Tense “was, were” / Pikachu was happy on Sunday. Satoshi and Pikachu were sad on Monday.
Passive “by” - “be+past participle +by” / Bananas are eaten by monkeys.
Subordinate Conjunction "if" / If I get a million dollars, I will buy a car.
Subordinate Conjunction "when" / When I am cold I wear a jacket. I wear a jacket when I am cold.
SVC (Look) / He looks happy. She looks like a Pokemon!
That-clause "I think that" / I think that Yoshi is cute.
There is/are (Affirmative) / There is a cat on the box. There are dogs in the room.
There is/are (Question, Response) / Are there any cats in the room?
Junior High School Year 3
Directions 3rd year / Could you tell me how to get to Asabu?
Infinitive "It is (adj) for (person) to (verb)." / It is easy for me to play baseball.
Infinitive "S + want + O + to" / I want you to help me.
Infinitive "How + to" "Wh- + to" / I don't know how to drive a car.
Passive "be + past participle" / Pizzas are eaten in Italy.
Passive "by" "be + past participle + by" / Harry Potter is written by J.K. Rowling.
Past Participle Post-modifier / This is a sport played by people.
Present Perfect: Continuous (Question, Response, How long have you...?) / How long have you lived in Japan?
Present Perfect: Experience / Have you ever eaten a snake?
Relative pronoun (all) / who, which, that
Relative pronoun "who" nominative case / Imoto is a comedian who has big eyebrows.
SVOC "S + call + O + C" / This is a manga called One Piece.
SVOC "S + make + O + C" / Math makes me sad.
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