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Understand What You Read 26 - Students Learning

Reading comprehension articles 26- Process of educating students at school article with follow up questions

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Word Formation Exercise 7 – GrammarBank

Printable word formation exercises with answers-- Noun / Verb / Adjective / Adverb forms-- Fill in the blanks

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Word Formation Exercise 6 – GrammarBank

Printable word formation exercises with answers-- Noun / Verb / Adjective / Adverb forms-- Fill in the blanks

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Word Formation Exercise 5 – GrammarBank

Printable word formation exercises with answers-- Noun / Verb / Adjective / Adverb forms-- Fill in the blanks

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Singular / Plural Nouns - GrammarBank

Singular vs plural nouns, forming plurals rules, examples of non-plural and non-singular nouns with exercises

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ESL Dialogue Completion - GrammarBank

Printable & Online Short conversation completion exercises with answers-- Complete the dialogues with the most appropriate answers.

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Prepositions Chart - GrammarBank

Printable & Online Prepositions List-- Rules, list of prepositions with their meanings and sample sentences-- Prepositions of Time, Place, Position, Direction

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Verb Tenses Exercises - GrammarBank

Printable & Online ALL verb tenses practice exercises with answers for English teachers and students

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Word Formation Exercise 4 – GrammarBank

Printable word formation exercises with answers-- Noun / Verb / Adjective / Adverb forms-- Fill in the blanks

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Word Formation Exercise 3 - GrammarBank

Printable word formation exercises with answers-- Noun / Verb / Adjective / Adverb forms-- Fill in the blanks

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Homonyms - Homographs / Homophones

Homonyms include two sub categories-- Homographs and homophones. Homographs and Homophones List

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Days / Months / Seasons / Directions - GrammarBank

Printable days of week, months, seasons and directions (north, south...) for beginners

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Fill in the Blank Vocabulary Exercise 2

Fill in the blanks with the words in the box. Online and printable word fill in the blank exercise for ESL EFL Students and teachers. Answers are given at the end of the exercise.

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Noun / Verb / Adjective / Adverb Forms of Words

Word Formation Exercise 3--Fill in the blanks with the appropriate form of the words given in the brackets. Noun Form / Adjective Form or Adverb Form

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Word Formation Exercises 1 - GrammarBank

Printable and online word formation exercises 1--Forming adjectives, adverbs, verbs--Add affixes (suffixes/prefixes)--Noun, Verb, Adjective, Adverb

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Word Formation Exercise 2 – GrammarBank

Forming adjectives, adverbs, verbs by adding affixes (suffixes/prefixes)- Complete the word forms chart-- Noun, Verb, Adjective, Adverb forms

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So Too Neither Either – GrammarBank

Printable and online exercises – Drag and Drop So, Too, Neither, Either into the blanks.

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Some and Any Compound Forms - GrammarBank

Somebody (someone), something, somewhere, anybody (anyone), anything anywhere - Some and Any Compounds differences, examples for ESL EFL

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So / Neither / Either / Too Exercise 2

Printable online exercise-- Neither do I, so do I, me neither, me too, I don't either, so was I...expressions

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Neither Nor / Either / So / But - GrammarBank

Printable and online exercises-- Neither nor, either, too, so, but grammar worksheet with answers

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So / Neither / Either / Too Expressions

Short answers - Neither/nor do I, so do I, me too, I don't either... expressions with examples and exercise

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A Little or A Few Exercise 3 – Grammarbank

Drag and Drop A few or A little exercise 3 – Fill in the blanks with A few or A little by dragging and dropping them.

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A Little or A Few Exercise 2 – Grammarbank

Drag and Drop A few or A little exercise 1 – Fill in the blanks with A few or A little by dragging and dropping them.

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Root - Prefix - Suffix Exercise - GrammarBank

Printable Root / Prefix / Suffix Exercises-- 1. Find the noun suffixes 2. match the root with its meaning 3. Match the prefix with its meaning exercises

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Some vs Any Exercise 2 - GrammarBank

Printable and online Some vs Any Exercise-- Choose some or any to complete the sentence.

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Adjectives - ING vs ED Form

Tired / Tiring--Bored / Boring... Printable online adjectives ing vs ed form exercises with ansers

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Adjectives Worksheet - ING or ED

Use the correct form of the verbs "ing" or "ed". Adjectives- Interested / interesting, boring / bored, tiring / tired

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Modal Verbs Exercises - GrammarBank

Printable and online Modal Verbs exercises with answers- May, must, should, can, could, need to...Modals + Have + V3... positive / negative forms...

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A Little or A Few Exercise 1 – Grammarbank

Drag and Drop A few or A little exercise 1 – Fill in the blanks with A few or A little by dragging and dropping them.

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Adjectives Adverbs Exercises Drag and Drop

Drag and Drop appropriate adjectives and adverbs exercises 1 -- Fill in the answer area with an appropriate adjective or adverb from the box.

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Future Perfect Worksheet – GrammarBank

Complete the following sentences using the Future Perfect Tense form of the verbs in brackets.

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Future Continuous vs Future Perfect Continuous

Printable Tenses Exercises- Future Continuous vs Future Perfect Continuous Tense-- Choose the correct tense to complete the sentences

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Future Perfect Tense - GrammarBank

Forming Future Perfect Tense, when to use it, how to use it, grammar / structure rules with example sentences and exercises

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Future Perfect Continuous Tense - GrammarBank

Forming Future Perfect Progressive tense, grammar / structure rules with examples and exercises

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For or Since Exercises 3 – GrammarBank

Drag and Drop FOR vs SINCE exercises 3 -- Choose For or Since for the given time expressions

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For vs Since Exercises 2 – GrammarBank

Drag and Drop FOR vs SINCE worksheets 2 -- Fill in the blanks with For or Since by dragging and dropping them.

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My Friend and Me / My Friend and I - GrammarBank

Which is Correct? My friend and I or my friend and me? It depends. He and I, Him and Me...

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Personal Pronouns Exercise 2 - GrammarBank

Printable pronouns exercises-- Personal Pronouns Exercise 2-- I, Me, She, Her, He, Him... He and I vs Him and Me

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For vs Since Exercises - GrammarBank

Drag and Drop FOR vs SINCE exercises-- Fill in the blanks with For or Since by dragging and dropping them.

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ESL Short Reading Article 44

Short reading article for ESL students to practice reading comprehension-- Answer the questions about the short article on technological progress.

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Must & Have/Has To - GrammarBank

Difference between Must and Have to/Has to meanings, grammar rules with examples and exercises

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Simple Tenses Quiz 3 - Mixed

Verb Tenses Practice - Printable Simple Tenses Quiz 3 - Simple past, simple present, simple future with answers

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Simple Verb Tenses Tests 2 - GrammarBank

Printable simple verb tenses practice tests with answers--- Simple tenses test 2 for ESL/EFL

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Simple Tenses Practice 4 - GrammarBank

Printable/Online simple tenses practice tests 4 --- Complete the sentences in correct verb tenses

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Simple Verb Tenses Practice Tests 1

Printable/Online Simple verb tenses practice quizzes for ESL EFL students and teachers

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Future Perfect vs Perfect Continuous Tenses Exercise

Printable/Online Future perfect and perfect continuous/progressive tenses exercise with answers

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Modal Verbs / Modals Chart - GrammarBank

Modal Verbs Chart - Have to, had to, may, might, shall, should, must, can, could, supposed to, able to...

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Could vs Was Able To / Were Able To

Can could vs be able to, was / were able to grammar explanations, example sentences and exercises

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Coordinating Conjunctions - GrammarBank

FANBOYS - For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet, So avoid run-on sentences, use connectives---List of these transition words

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