NOUNS

VERB
S
Peopl
e
Animals
/ Plants
Thing
s
Buildings
/ Places










NOUNS
VERBS
People
Animals/
Plants
Things
Buildings/
Places









VERBS NOUNS
1 knead the dough
2 trim the hedges
3 measure the length
4 saw the plank
5 boil the water
6 smoothen the wood
7 convey the idea
8 build the sandcastles
9 pluck the feathers
10 stir the mixture
11 kneel on the floor
12 mix the ingredients
13 plough the soil
14 revise the script
15 jot down the notes


VERBS NOUNS
1 stroll in the park
2 obey the teacher
3 pour the drinks
4 gather at the field
5 assemble the parts
6 allow access
7 tidy up the room
8 achieve the result
9 participate
in the
competition
10 produce the movie
11 decorate the hall
12 salute to the flag
13 donate
to the
orphanage
14 sacrifice the time
15 perform a play




VERBS He She It I We You They
Present Tense
To be
To do
To have
is
does
has
am
do
have
are
do
have
Past Tense
To be
To do
To have
was
did
had
was
did
had
were
did
had

Present Present Continuous Simple Past Future
Everyday Now Yesterday Tomorrow
I walk I am walking I walked I will walk
She walks She is walking She waited She will wait
He buys He is buying He bought
Siti cooks
The pupils go
They draw
We collect
The ladies make

The pictures describe an incident. Write sentences based on the pictures and words given. You must add
your own words to make the story interesting. Brainstorm the verbs for each of the picture
taxi driver – passenger – airport – Noir Hotel
found – wallet – photograph – remembered - hotel
man – thankful – offered- money – did not accept
Subject Verb Object
Who What/How What / Where/ Why
Article, quantifiers,
col. Nouns, SN_PN,
Pronouns
Tenses,
VTB, VTH
Adverbs Article,
quantifiers, col.
Nouns, SN_PN,
Pronouns
Prepositions : in, on,
into, onto, at, along,
under, near
Conjunctions : but,
since, for, because, to,
when, while
Last week, he took a Korean passenger from the airport.
He sent him to Noir Hotel.
He was very friendly.
They talked and chatted.
He told him that
he had a meeting at the hotel.

Subject Verb Object
Who What/How What / Where/ Why
Article, quantifiers,
col. Nouns, SN_PN,
Pronouns
Tenses,
VTB, VTH
Adverbs Article,
quantifiers, col.
Nouns, SN_PN,
Pronouns
Prepositions : in, on,
into, onto, at, along,
under, near
Conjunctions : but,
since, for, because, to,
when, while
After sending the
man, Encik Rashid
went home.
When he reached home,
he went out of the taxi.
He was about to lock it
when he saw a black leather wallet on the back seat.
Quickly, he took the wallet.
He opened the wallet and
saw a photograph of the Korean passenger whom
he drove to the hotel.
It sprang to his mind that
the wallet belonged to him.
He decided to drive back to the hotel and

Subject Verb Object
Who What/How What / Where/ Why
Article,
quantifiers, col.
Nouns, SN_PN,
Pronouns
Tenses,
VTB, VTH
Adverbs Article,
quantifiers,
col. Nouns,
SN_PN,
Pronouns
Prepositions : in,
on, into, onto, at,
along, under, near
Conjunctions : but,
since, for, because,
to, when, while
As soon as he arrived,

he saw
the man was talking to the receptionist at the counter.
He was looking rather worried.
Encik Rashid approached the man.
He gave the wallet back to him.
As soon as he arrived,
he saw
the man was talking to the receptionist at the counter.
He was looking rather worried.
Encik Rashid approached the man.
He gave the wallet back to him.

Encik Rashid is a taxi driver. He drives passenger to or from the airport. He is honest and kind.
Last week, he took a Korean passenger to Noir Hotel. The passenger was friendly. He told him that he
had a meeting at the hotel.
After sending the man, Encik Rashid went home. When he reached home, he went out of the taxi. He
was about to lock it when he saw a black leather wallet on the back seat of the car. Quickly, he took the wallet.
He opened the wallet and saw a photograph of the Korean passenger whom he drove to the hotel. It sprang to
his mind that the wallet belonged to him. He decided to drive back to the hotel and return the wallet.
As soon as he arrived, he saw the man talking to the receptionist at the counter. He was looking rather
worried, Encik Rashid approached the man. He gave the wallet back to him. The man was very happy and
thankful to Encik Rashid for his kindness. He took out RM 100 and offered the money to him but he refused.
The Korean man praised him.
En Rashid was delighted, but he knew that it was his responsibility as a taxi driver to show foreigners
that Malaysians are kind and friendly people. As the saying goes, honesty is the best policy.