Printable and online relative pronouns which vs where exercise with answers- Complete sentences with which or where
I am ready (100%). I am always ready. Adverbs of frequency percentages exercise with answers
Adverbs of frequency exercise illustrating the percentages each adverb implies...Always-100%...
Online and printable Simple Past vs Past Perfect Tenses exercise with answers... Choose the correct tense
Past perfect tense grammar exercise, fill in the blanks with the verbs in parenthesis in past perfect
Choose the correct form exercise...adverbs of frequency in context- I study always / I always study, I sometimes help / I help sometimes...
Adverbs of frequency exercise with answers - Always / all the time, usually / generally, sometimes / occasionally, often / frequently, rarely / seldom, hardly ever, never...
Change WH-Questions from direct speech to indirect speech-- Reported speech exercises
Printable and online worksheets: Choose A few or A little to complete the exercise - See your results at the bottom
A Little vs A Few Exercise vs little and few worksheet... Complete the exercise with the correct quantifiers
Complete the exercise-- Which month comes next? Fill in the correct month... Online and printable worksheet
Fill in the blanks with A / AN or Some printable and online exercise for teachers and students
Printable and online articles exercises-- Fill in the blanks with A, AN, THE articles or put x for nothing.
Online and printable too vs enough exercise with answers-- Choose to or enough to complete the sentences
Decide whether the word is used as adjective or verb in the sentences exercise with answers
Differences between simple present and present progressive tense rules with examples and exercises
Whatever, whoever, whenever, however, whichever, wherever... Meaning of -Ever words/phrases with examples and exercises
One, They, You, It - Impersonal pronouns explained with examples... One wouldn't believe it
Choose IF or Unless exercise with answers - Online and printable version available for teachers
Choose IF vs Unless and if vs when exercise with answers... Online and printable versions available
Unless means except if. We use unless to make an exception to something we say. See details with examples and exercises.
Difference between must and have to/has to meanings, grammar rules with examples and exercises
Choose must vs have/has to and negative forms mustn't vs don't have to exercise with answers
Choose possessive adjective or possessive pronoun exercise with answers-- My/Mine - Your/Yours - Her/Hers...
My, Your, His / Her / Its, Our, Your, Their - possessive adjectives explanations with examples and exercise for beginners
Possessive pronouns table, as subject or object, with examples and exercises-- Apostrophe in ITS and Apostrophe for possession explanations
Complete with the correct possessive pronouns exercise-- choose Mine / Yours / His/Hers/Its / Ours / Theirs
I, You, He / She / It, We, You, They - Subject pronouns details with examples and exercises
Personal pronouns table - Object pronouns, subject pronouns and possessive pronouns-- I, you, she... My, your, his... Mine, yours hers...
Personal pronouns worksheets with answers-- Choose him and me / he and I... You and me / you and I... Me and them...
Choose who / that / which / when / where / whose / why... Mixed relative pronouns exercise with answers
Detailed explanations of relative pronouns with examples and exercises-- Who vs Whom, which vs that, whose, whomever...
Relative clauses grammar-- Of Whom / Of Which / Of Whose with examples and exercises
Relative clauses example sentences--- Combine two sentences using who, which, whom, that, in which...
Choose the correct relative clauses exercise-- Whom, who, whose, which, that, of whom, when, in which, of which, where...
Use of who, which, that, whose, whom, of which, of whom... defining and non-defining relative clauses with examples
Choose the correct relative pronouns exercise-- Who, whom, whose, where, that, which...
Detailed pronouns explanations with examples and exercises-- Personal pronouns, reflexive, relative, impersonal, reciprocal, possessive, demonstrative...
How to put direct questions into indirect speech--- Reported speech for questions with question words and with helping verbs (Yes/No questions)
Reported speech questions with Yes/No questions exercise - Convert Yes/No questions into indirect speech statements
How to convert from direct speech to reported speech- Tense shift- Reported questions, commands/requests/exclamations...
Reported speech imperatives exercise with answers-- Change the sentences from direct to indirect speech.
Reported speech complex sentence examples to practice- Both direct speech and indirect speech forms of the same sentences
Both direct speech and reported speech forms of sentences to practice-- Try converting from direct to indirect speech.
Reported speech tense chart showing indirect speech to direct speech tense shift-- Present simple to past simple, present continuous to past continuous, etc.
Reported speech commands/requests/exclamations, how to convert from direct to indirect rules, explanations and examples
So..that vs such...that exercise-- Hawaii is so beautiful that I want to live there. Hawaii has such wonderful beaches that I never want to go home.
So vs Such vs Such A-- Grammar exercises with answers; choose the correct option... For students and teachers
By tomorrow, until tomorrow, till Monday... Choose by vs until / till exercise with answers