The learner will identify components of a welding robot and determine if the robot is set up correctly to avoid singularity.
Students review the rule for writing the possessive form of singular nouns that end in an "s" sound. They then complete exercises.
Students review the rules for writing the possessive form of most singular nouns. They then complete an exercise.
Learners read about the different uses of the word "data." They will test themselves on examples of data that is singular, plural, qualitative, quantitative, nominal, ordinal, interval, rational, discrete, or continuous.
In this interactive lesson, learners study examples of nouns that can be counted and nouns that cannot. They then identify whether a word is a "count" or a "noncount" noun in a practice exercise.
Artificial Intelligence is intelligence exhibited by machines, rather than humans.
In this interactive object, learners read how to use the indefinite articles "a" and "an" with singular count nouns. They omit these articles with noncount and plural nouns. The students then practice using "a" and "an" correctly.
This game reviews basic conjugations, singular and plurals, opposites, and family members.