Good morning everyone!
Below is today's work - choose the activities that you want to do and remember to try and enjoy some fresh air and exercise too.
Return to your activity booklet and complete the next activity - The Water Fight.
Top tips: relative clauses start with 'who', 'which' or 'that' and are often shown using commas, brackets or dashes.
eg. The girl, who was called Susie, loved having water fights with her family.
Brackets are used to add extra information - your sentence would still make sense if you took the information in brackets out of the sentence.
A modal verb tells you how likely a verb is to happen, e.g. might, should, could, would, won't, shall etc. I might go shopping on the weekend. Go is the verb, might is the modal verb.
Look back at your spellings from this week. Can you include any adverbials of time in your sentences?
Adverbs of possibility tell us how likely something is to happen (similar to a modal verb but a modal verb has to go with a verb). eg. certainly, definitely, clearly, perhaps etc.