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Have a look at today's Wellbeing Wednesday task.
English - Writing
Today we are going to look at how we use verbs in what we say and what we write.
One of the most frequent mistakes we make in our writing is to confuse when we use “was” and when we use “were”.
Normally, if we are talking about one thing (singular) we use “was”.
For example, I was walking, she was swimming, Tom was reading.
If we are talking about more than one thing (plural) or we are talking to someone directly we use “were”.
For example, they were cycling, you were writing.
Have a look at the sentences below and decide whether they should be was or were.
Now, write 4 of your own sentences that use were and was correctly.
English - Reading
How are you enjoying the story so far?
Here is the link to Chapter 3 of The Ickabog: https://www.theickabog.com/death-of-a-seamstress/
In Chapter Three we hear about the poor seamstress who died with one button left in her hand still to sew on to the outfit of the King.
Design your own glamorous outfit for the visit of the King of Pluritania.
When we are thinking about pounds and pence we can think of 1 pound as 1 whole (£1), 100p =£1 so each p is 1 hundredth of a pound. It is £0.01.
Use this to answer the questions below.
Head over to the Spanish blog to see this week's work. The topic for today is all about the weather.
We miss you all!
Ruth and Emily