Construct simple and compound sentences, using common conjunctions to connect two clauses, e.g. as and but
(i) Combine simple sentences to make compound sentences by using conjunctions such as and, but, or
(ii) Use appropriate word order in simple and compound sentences, with awareness of how this may differ from word order in other languages
(iii) Use basic verb forms appropriately to signify past, present or future time, and use adverbial time references appropriately. E.g. I'm seeing my sister next week. We're going to play football on Saturday.
(iv) Use noun phrases, including articles and other determiners, as well as adverbs and prepositional phrases as appropriate
(v) Apply understanding of where it is and where it is not necessary to write in full sentences. E.g. Asking a fellow parent what items they need to buy for a child's school trip and writing them in a list. Texting a friend to arrange to meet.