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Quantifiers / Determiners Practice Chart - GrammarBank

Given a list of Quantifiers/Determiners, choose the applicable ones for each of the given sentences

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English Grammar Exercises / Worksheets With Answers

Online grammar exercises for ESL, EFL, K12 level - 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade mostly elementary school level

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Quantifiers Exercise 2 - GrammarBank

Quantifiers Exercise 2 - Choose from A few / few - a little / little... and Choose from A/An, Some/Any

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Quantifiers Exercise 3 - GrammarBank

Quantifiers Exercise 3 - Choose from much, many, few, little, a few, a little and some.

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Apostrophe Rules with Exercise - GrammarBank

See apostrophe rules with examples and exercises- Avoid common apostrophe mistakes, apostrophe 's' as possessive, for word contraction...

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Apostrophe 'S' Rules Exercise - GrammarBank

Apostrophe 'S' rules as possessive 'S' and as contracted IS/HAS exercise - Decide what it stands for

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Transitive Intransitive Verbs Exercise - GrammarBank

Decide whether the verbs are transitive or intransitive; grammar exercise with answers onine

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Word Contractions - GrammarBank

I'd better go. I'm fine. He're we are... Negative and positive contractions, commonly used word contractions list with details

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Contractions Exercise - GrammarBank

Word contractions exercise- Write what the contracted word is; I'd be happy to go = WOULD...

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Imperatives - GrammarBank

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

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Imperatives Exercise - GrammarBank

Imperatives fill in the blank with the correct verb exercise, check your results once you are finished

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My Friend and Me / My Friend and I

Which is correct? My friend and I or my friend and me? It depends. See explanations with examples...

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Such As vs Like - GrammarBank

Difference between such as and like - See how they are used and what they mean with examples

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Like vs Would Like Exercise - GrammarBank

I like or I would like - Would like vs like exercise, with tricky cases and answers... Choose the correct option

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Irregular Past Participles Exercise

Complete the sentences with irregular verbs past participle exercise with answers online

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There Is / There Are - GrammarBank

There Is - There Are affirmative form, negative form, question and negative questions form with examples and exercises online

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So ... That / Such ... That - GrammarBank

He is so strong that... He is such a strong man that... So vs such a- See grammar details with examples

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So / Such / Such A - GrammarBank

So vs Such vs Such A-- Grammar exercises with answers and explanations for teachers and students

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Verb Tenses Chart - GrammarBank

Verb tenses timeline with explanations and example sentences - Simple tenses, progressive tenses, perfect tenses

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Order of Adjectives - GrammarBank

A list showing the order of adjectives when there are multiple adjectives describing the same noun

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Punctuation and Capitalization Rules

We use capital letters and punctuation marks to help reader interpret sentences... Quotation marks, exclamation point, colon, semicolon, comma, exclamation point...

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Capitalization Rules - GrammarBank

Should you capitalize or not? See this summary of capitalization rules for most general writing and correspondence.

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Comma Rules - GrammarBank

Punctuation rules for comma, its definition, detailed rules, different uses with examples

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TO BE Verbs Tenses - GrammarBank

How to use to be verbs correctly in different tenses, as linking verb and as helping verb... See details

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Verb to Be - Am / Is / Are Exercise 2

Complete the sentences wit the correct form of verb to be AM / IS / ARE Present tense

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Verb To Be - Am Is Are - GrammarBank

Verb to be, AM / IS / ARE present tense in affirmative form, question form, negative and negative questions forms table with examples and an exercise.

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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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Sentence Types - 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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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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