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Question Types in English

Question types in English - YES/NO questions, WH-Questions, TAG questions, choice, hypothetical, embedded and leading questions

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Sentences - GrammarBank

Sentences by structure: Simple, compound, complex, compound-complex-- By Function: Declarative, interrogative, exclamatory, imperative sentences

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Gone vs Been Exercise - GrammarBank

I have been to Hawaii vs He has gone to Hawaii - Gone vs Been exercise with answers

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Gone To vs Been To vs Been In

Different meanings- He has gone to, he has been to, he has been in--- See details with examples and exercises

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Present Perfect Tense Exercises

1. Just / already / yet -- 2. Gone vs Been present perfect tense exercises with answers

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Ever & Never & Just & Already & Yet - GrammarBank

We often use ever, never, just, already, and yet with the present perfect tense. See details with examples and exercises

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Simple Past Tense Exercises - GrammarBank

Practice verb tenses online - Simple past tense exercises with answers for students and teachers

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Will vs Going To Differences - GrammarBank

Will vs Going to future tense differences, explanations with examples and exercises for ESL EFL students and teachers

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Good vs Well Exercise - GrammarBank

Complete the exercise with good or well. Complete with the correct form - Adjective or Adverb

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Adverbs of Frequency Exercise - GrammarBank

Adverbs of frequency exercise with answers - Always / all the time, usually / generally, sometimes / occasionally, often / frequently, rarely / seldom, hardly ever, never...

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Comparative vs Superlative Adjectives Exercise 2

Complete the sentences with the comparative or superlative forms of the given adjectives. You can use an adjective twice when necessary.

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Adjectives Adverbs Exercises With Answers

Several adjectives adverbs exercises online with answers for teachers and students-- good vs well, ing and ed forms of adjectives, adverbs of frequency...

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Adverbs - GrammarBank

Degrees of Adverbs, forming by adding ly, irregular, positive, comparative and superlative... difference from an adjective

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Pronouns Chart - I, ME, MY, MINE, MYSELF

English Pronouns Chart - They, Them, Their, Theirs, Themselves... subject, object, possessive, reflexive pronouns

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Impersonal Pronouns - GrammarBank

One, They, You, It - Impersonal pronouns explained with examples... One wouldn't believe it

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Reflexive Pronouns Worksheet

Fill in the correct reflexive pronoun exercise - Myself, yourself, herself, himself, itself, themselves or reciprocal each other.

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Pronouns - GrammarBank

Pronouns table, types - Personal, reflexive, relative, impersonal, reciprocal, possessive, demonstrative pronouns... See details

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Reflexive Pronouns - GrammarBank

Reflexive pronouns are also known as mirror pronouns - Myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves

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Reciprocal Pronouns - GrammarBank

Reciprocal pronouns, differences between each other and one another... See grammar with examples

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Nouns - GrammarBank

Noun definition, common/proper, concrete/abstract/collective, count/non-count (mass) nouns, gender of nouns...

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Singular and Plural Nouns - GrammarBank

Singular and plural nouns, forming plurals rules, examples of non-plural and non-singular nouns with a quick exercise

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Imperatives - GrammarBank

Positive and negative imperatives, imperatives with do, don't, never..., emphatic persuasion examples

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To See vs Watch vs Look - GrammarBank

These three are confused by English learners. Watch a movie vs see a movie, differences between watch, look and see...

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In Case - GrammarBank

In case is used to take precaution against a possible threat/danger, to avoid an unwanted situation. See details with examples.

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Third Conditional IF - GrammarBank

Third conditional if is used for unreal situations in the past. Type three conditional grammar, with examples and exercises

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Second Conditional IF - GrammarBank

Second conditional if also referred as Type 2 conditional is used for unreal situations in present or future...See grammar, examples and exercises

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First Conditional IF - GrammarBank

First conditional if (Type one conditional) is when the condition is in present or future... see details with examples and exercises

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IF clauses / IF Conditionals - GrammarBank

IF clauses / First, Second and Third Conditionals (Type 1, type 2, type 3) categories explained with details, examples and exercises

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Used To / Would / Didn't Use To Exercise

Fill in exercise with used to, didn't use to negative, would or wouldn't to complete the sentences.

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Used to / Would / Get Used to

Habitual Activities - Be + Used to vs Would , To get used to something, get accustomed to meanings with examples

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Vehicles Word Games For Kids

Vehicle names and transportation colorful crossword and wordsearch games for kids

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Vehicle Names / Transportation Vocabulary

For Kids - Colorful picture dictionaries describing vehicle names and transportation vocabulary

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Because vs Because Of Exercise

Complete the sentences with because or because of exercise with answers - Because I want to, because of me...

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Must Have / Should Have + V3 Exercise

He must have forgotten, he should have left... Choose between Must have and should have + V3 exercise

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Auxiliary Verb or Main Verb Exercise

To be, have, will, do...Decide whether the verb is an auxiliary verb or the main/full verb for this exercise

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Despite / In Spite Of / Though / Although

Fill in the blanks with the correct alternative - Despite vs in spite of, although, despite the fact that Exercise with answers

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Although/Though -- In Spite Of/Despite

Explanations and examples to help distinguish although/though from despite/in spite of usage

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Despite and In Spite Of - GammarBank

Despite and in spite of are two conjunctions of contrast that are confused. These two can be used interchangeably and they are no different from one another

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Present Perfect / Present Perfect Continuous 1

Present Perfect vs Present Perfect Continuous (progressive) exercises 1, practice perfect tenses

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Perfect Tenses Mixed Exercise - GrammarBank

Mixed perfect tenses exercise with answers - Complete sentences with simple perfect, future perfect, past perfect, perfect continuous... form of given verbs

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Simple Perfect vs Perfect Continuous (Progressive) Tenses Worksheet

English perfect tenses grammar exercises - Simple perfect tenses vs perfect continuous tenses worksheet with answers (Future perfect progressive, past perfect progressive, present perfect progressive)

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Say vs Tell Exercises - ESL Grammar

Said vs Told / Say vs Tell Exercises with answers online - Fill in the blanks - He said that / He told me that worksheet...

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It's About/High Time Somebody Did Something Meaning

The meaning of "It is about time" / "It's high time somebody did something" using in correct verb tense, grammar rules, examples and exercises

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It's Time Somebody Did Something Grammar

Grammar exercise to practice usage of "It's time somebody did something" expression

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Non Progressive Verbs List - See vs Seeing

Certain verbs are not used with continuous tenses although it is tempting to use continuous tense. I see vs I am seeing, think vs thinking, have vs having, see seeing, Non Progressive Verbs List

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Non-Progressive Verbs Exercise - GrammarBank

Use the correct form to complete the sentences - Progressive or Non-progressive exercise with answers

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Telling the Date Exercise

Practice exercise for reading and writing the dates in British English and American English.

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Read / Write Dates Exercise

Practice exercises teaching how to read and write dates in American and British English

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Read Write Dates Exercise 2

Practice exercises teaching how to read and write dates in British English format

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