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Instructions: Give the student the sentences in the second column (Sentences to be Corrected). Students write corrected sentences and turn them in to the teacher to be checked.
||Yous have to walks in hall.
Why him no want to keep him hands to himself?
I would no want to get in trouble.
|You have to walk in the halls.
Why doesn't he want to keep his hands to himself?
I wouldn't want to get in trouble.
||Why you did want to break the rule?
I do no want a bad consequence.
Kids should what is right.
|Why did you want to break the rule?
I don't want a bad consequence.
Kids should do what is right.
||Why I should raise my hand to speak?
I want listen to teacher.
Kids should no be noisy when working.
|Why should I raise my hand to speak?
I want to listen to the teacher.
Kids shouldn't be noisy when working.
||You has to go ask for help.
Why do teachers wants to help all student?
They has to make sure no one is confused.
|You have to go ask for help.
Why do teachers want to help all students?
They have to make sure no one is confused.
||Kids should no fight at recess.
Students should are respectful.
Should me tell teacher when someone be mean?
|Kids should not fight at recess.
Students should be respectful.
Should I tell the teacher when someone is mean?
Assessment can be made on three levels in Daily Grammar Sentences:
Want to, Should, and Have to all express
the idea of intention/obligation to varying degrees. Want to is the
weakest and Have to is the strongest. All three are auxiliaries
and are used with other verbs.
Should is like can in that it does not change form with the third person singular.
Negatives and questions are formed just like they are with can.
Want to and Have to are conjugated in the simple present:
||I want to go
||we want to eat
||you have to read
||you have to ride
||he wants to write
it has to write
they want to play
Negatives and questions are formed like other verbs
in the simple present with the auxiliary do also added:
They do not want to go. He does not have to finish. I do not want to eat.
Do they want to go? Does he have to finish? Do I want to eat?