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Drag and Drop appropriate adjectives and adverbs exercises 1 -- Fill in the answer area with an appropriate adjective or adverb from the box.
Complete the following sentences using the Future Perfect Tense form of the verbs in brackets.
Printable Tenses Exercises- Future Continuous vs Future Perfect Continuous Tense-- Choose the correct tense to complete the sentences
Forming Future Perfect Tense, when to use it, how to use it, grammar / structure rules with example sentences and exercises
Forming Future Perfect Progressive tense, grammar / structure rules with examples and exercises
Drag and Drop FOR vs SINCE exercises 3 -- Choose For or Since for the given time expressions
Drag and Drop FOR vs SINCE worksheets 2 -- Fill in the blanks with For or Since by dragging and dropping them.
Which is Correct? My friend and I or my friend and me? It depends. He and I, Him and Me...
Printable pronouns exercises-- Personal Pronouns Exercise 2-- I, Me, She, Her, He, Him... He and I vs Him and Me
Drag and Drop FOR vs SINCE exercises-- Fill in the blanks with For or Since by dragging and dropping them.
Short reading article for ESL students to practice reading comprehension-- Answer the questions about the short article on technological progress.
Difference between Must and Have to/Has to meanings, grammar rules with examples and exercises
Verb Tenses Practice - Printable Simple Tenses Quiz 3 - Simple past, simple present, simple future with answers
Printable simple verb tenses practice tests with answers--- Simple tenses test 2 for ESL/EFL
Printable/Online simple tenses practice tests 4 --- Complete the sentences in correct verb tenses
Printable/Online Simple verb tenses practice quizzes for ESL EFL students and teachers
Printable/Online Future perfect and perfect continuous/progressive tenses exercise with answers
Modal Verbs Chart - Have to, had to, may, might, shall, should, must, can, could, supposed to, able to...
Can could vs be able to, was / were able to grammar explanations, example sentences and exercises
FANBOYS - For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet, So avoid run-on sentences, use connectives---List of these transition words
Grammar exercise to practice usage of "It's time somebody did something" expression
A list showing the order of adjectives when there are multiple adjectives describing the same noun
Reflexive pronouns are also known as mirror pronouns - Myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves
Printable Reflexive Pronouns Exercise 2 -- Choose from myself, herself, itself, himself, each other
Printable and online Be allowed to vs Let exercise with answers-- I am not allowed to go out - They don't let me go out
Second conditional IF also referred as Type 2 conditional is used for...See second conditional rules, examples and exercises
Not only...But also usage, meaning, inversion rules, not only... as well usage, explanations with example sentences
Practice exercise for reading and writing the dates in British English and American English.
Mixed multiple choice grammar with reading passages for ESL--Complete short paragraphs with the correct options.
Phrasal verbs-- Drag and Drop Exercises 3-- Drag the correct phrasal verbs into the answer boxes
Reading Article 73-- What is a Virus Made Of-- ESL reading comprehension tests with answers to practice reading skills
Verb categories-- Main verbs, helping verbs, action verbs, linking verbs differences explanations with examples...
Drag and drop printable Much / Many exercise-- Drag much or many into the answer area to complete exercise
(Printable) Drag and Drop grammar exercises covering variety of subjects-- Answer the questions by dragging the options into the correct answer area.
Printable drag and drop Much vs Many exercise with answers for ESL students and teachers
What is an adjunct? What is it used for? Explanations with example sentences
Choose whether the nouns are countable or uncountable exercise 2 - Printable and online versions available
Too vs Enough explanations with examples and exercises - more or less than necessary
A prepositional phrase is a combination of a noun phrase and a preposition. As post modifier, adverbial, adverb...
Effective reading, highlighting and using symbols for students, annotation is the systematic marking of a text. It allows you to absorb more information...
Abbreviation rules: abbreviate titles, the names of familiar institutions, terms used with numbers, common Latin terms... Do not abbreviate in formal writing. Add -s for the plural form abbreviation..
Countable vs Uncountable nouns exercise for students, choose whether the following nouns are count or non-count
We use when / while / as to talk about situations or actions that occur simultaneously. We use reductions with when and while. The different uses, explanations and example sentences online
ESL reading practice articles online-- Answer the questions about short readings. Greek Homer, Odyssey, Troy
Short reading article with reading comprehension questions-- Reading 47-- Novelist Samuel Richardson
Countable nouns and uncountable nouns details with examples-- Quantifiers used with count and non-count nouns...
Short ESL article 38 - Read about struggle against obesity and answer the following questions
Fill in the blank with else, or else, elses. English as a second language exercises for students and teachers.
Near 100 interesting k12 reading comprehension passages with questions for 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade or 5th grade kids