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The Grammar 2 Pupil Book teaches spelling and grammar.

The Grammar 2 Pupil Book is designed to follow on from the Grammar 1 Pupil Book. With the Grammar 2 Pupil Book, the children are introduced to some of the more unusual spelling patterns found in the English language. Increasingly, the children are expected to apply their new spelling knowledge to their written work. The regular spelling and dictation exercises help them towards this goal. In the grammar lessons, the children learn many new concepts, like prefixes and suffixes, and new parts of speech, including prepositions and conjunctions. As before, parts of speech are introduced with an accompanying action and colour. In addition to this, the children build upon their knowledge of sentence structure, learning that a sentence requires a verb as well as a capital letter and a full stop. All of this knowledge helps the children to bring clarity to their writing. This material is recommended by Cambridge International Examinations to support the Cambridge Primary English curriculum framework.

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The following products work well alongside the Grammar 2 Pupil and Teacher’s Books:

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Jolly Dictionary Grammar 2 Big Book Jolly Phonics Alternative Spelling and Alphabet Posters Jolly Phonics Cards (flash cards) Jolly Phonics Puppets

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© Sue Lloyd and Sara Wernham 2012 (text) © Lib Stephen 2012 (illustrations) Printed in China. All rights reserved

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ISBN 978-1-84414-392-4

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Sara Wernham and

Sue Lloyd

Illustrated by

Lib Stephen

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“Speech Marks” Add the speech marks to these sentences.

Hello Snake, said Inky. We have been looking for you, buzzed Bee. Sssss, hissed Snake. Well, here I am. Snake looked at the letter in Inky’s hand. Is that for me? he asked. Think what the three friends might say next and write the words in the speech bubbles.

Now write out the speech as sentences. REMEMBER Use speech marks, and explain who speaks which words.

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Soft ‹c› saying the /s/ sound

mill tell i e dan e ity ircle poli e ylinder January February

Write some soft ‹c› words in the circus tent.

ce

cy

ci

January

Choose a word from the list to fit each sentence.

J n a y a u r

A is tube shaped. I ate a vanilla cream. The arrested the robber. We to the music.

“.,!”

February F b u r e r a y

Fill in the missing punctuation marks.

Stop thief

shouted the man

The police arrived quickly

“.,!”

Call the police

What has been taken

asked the policeman The thief stole two rings a necklace, 14

the man explained

a watch

a pair of earrings and


Action:

Possessive Adjectives Match each pronoun to its possessive adjective and colour the possessive adjectives in blue.

I

you

he

she

their its your my Choose the right possessive adjective for each sentence.

They put on I put on He puts on We put on She puts on You put on You put on

coats. coat. coat. coats. coat. coat. coats.

Touch the side of your temple with your fist.

it

we

you

they

her

his

our your

Choose a noun for each possessive adjective.

my your his her its our your their

Underline the possessive adjectives in blue.

Ben’s friend, Sarah, came to visit. She brought her colouring books and pencils. “Your books have lovely pictures in them,” said Ben. “This is my favourite book,” replied Sarah. “If we share our coloured pencils, we will have plenty of colours for that picture.” Ben fetched his pencils. He took them out of their box.

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arm shark s n thr s t cr m pl se t nager eleven twelve

The /ee/ sound: ‹ee› or ‹ea›? Underline the spelling you think is correct. Then use a dictionary to check your answer, and tick the right spelling.

cheese chease

leef leaf

bee bea

east eest

streat street

dream dreem eleven

Choose a word from the list to fit each sentence.

e e e l v n

I like strawberries and . Eight plus makes eleven. We have the new film. take care of my rabbit.

twelve

grass

1s

grin

smell

also

small

along

blue

skin

black

skunk

paint

skate

parrot

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allow

smile

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t e v w l e

Which word would come 1st, which 2nd, and which 3rd in a dictionary?

green

(11)

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Action:

Comparatives and Superlatives Suffixes: ‹-er› and ‹-est› Two of the most useful suffixes are ‹-er› and ‹-est›. Make comparatives and superlatives by adding ‹-er› and ‹-est› to the adjectives in Est-er Elephant and her friends.

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Touch the side of your temple with your fist.

+ est

big

strong

rare

tall

angry

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Interesting Words We use some words too often. Think of a more interesting word to replace each of the underlined words, and write it on the line. Use a different word in each sentence.

ran

The spider ran across the floor. Tommy ran all the way home. Their dog ran after our cat.

nice

It was a nice day. We had a nice lunch. Everyone was very nice to me.

good

The adventure park was good. The rides were good. I had a good time.

said

“Sh! The baby is asleep,’ said Dad. “Stop!” said the policewoman. “Come over here,” said the boys.

get

I want to get new shoes. Please get me a glass of water. They will get angry.

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