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Primary 4 English | Third Term Lessons

Learn well, build better grades and increase your fluency in spoken and written English with this tutorial.

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  • This Course Includes
  • 24 on-demand lessons
  • 13 downloadable notes
  • All year access
  • Access on web and mobile app

What you will learn

  • Pupils should be able to make speech work on expressing wishes and desire
  • Use adverbial phase in sentence
  • Construct sentences using substitution tables
  • Demonstrate relative clauses


  • You’ll require good writing materials, an audible learning device and a calm mind. That’s all!


Build formidable competence in Primary 4 English!

English Language is very essential to the success of any learner in other related subjects. In Primary 4 English Language | Third Term Lessons, We have covered all required aspects in Primary 4 English Language. This includes: Speech, Writing, Grammar, Lexis and others. The Lesson has been designed to prepare you for school and national papers. We also prepared it with the intention that it will make you, your child/ward and learners well grounded in real life spoken and written English and to also help you build your vocabulary.


This lesson contains 20+ well-taught on-demand videos classes. The teaching approach is very fun, tension-free and simplistic. Any child within the age range will simply enjoy English. We have incorporated many enhancements that have been scientifically proven to stimulate learning interest, understanding and retentiveness. A few of these are;

  • Elaborate emphasis and repetitive explanation of essential aspects to instil consciousness
  • Comprehensive explanation of concepts with practical insights
  • Provision of sufficient examples, exercises and tests to familiarize students with the topics.
  • Downloadable e-notes for personal exercises and learning


You really have nothing to fear. On a single purchase, with our UNRESTRICTED 1-YEAR ACCESS, you will be able to access the lessons anywhere, anytime, for as long as you want, and as many times as you like! You also get a free access whenever we add new classes and contents. That’s additional advantage at no marginal cost!


Our lessons are compliant with the UBE/NERDC syllabus.  On completing the tutorial, you get your certificate of engagement which you may print or digitally store as a proof of your participation in the Lesson.


We ensure that you get the value for your money (if not more value at a lesser rate). The Lessons are tailored according to the standard used in schools and academic settings all over the country. After completion of the course, you may not need any additional class to ace your school exams, and the National Common Entrance.


We took ample time is taken to comprehensively explain each concept covered in this Lesson. Detailed stepwise solutions have also been provided to answers to help you follow along.

 Should you need further help or clarification on any topic, you may contact us with the ‘Question & Answer’ Feature. We will be more than ready to assist you. The ‘Question & Answer’ Feature also opens you up to chat and interact freely with other learners (pupils, parents etc), have fun discussion about the topics, and share your knowledge and ideas with them.  Trust me; you don’t want left out of this offer!


Who This Tutorial lesson is for:

  • Students Preparing to resume into Primary 4 Third Term
  • Students who need better understanding of Primary 4 Third Term topics
  • Teachers or Tutors who need quick, in-depth revision or study of the topics
  • Parents/Guardians who desire to guide Children or Wards in studying or solving questions from Primary 4 Third Term Topics
  • English Language enthusiasts/lovers seeking to keep shape or have firm grip of Primary 4 Third Term English Language.

This course is part of Primary 4 Course Bundle

Course Content

(Speech Work) Movable Adverbial Phase in Sentence in the Initial and Final Position
(Speech Work ) Pronounciation Practice
(Speech Work) Stress and Intonation