Given a list of Quantifiers/Determiners, choose the applicable ones for each of the given sentences
Online grammar exercises for ESL, EFL, K12 level - 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade mostly elementary school level
Quantifiers Exercise 2 - Choose from A few / few - a little / little... and Choose from A/An, Some/Any
Quantifiers Exercise 3 - Choose from much, many, few, little, a few, a little and some.
See apostrophe rules with examples and exercises- Avoid common apostrophe mistakes, apostrophe 's' as possessive, for word contraction...
Apostrophe 'S' rules as possessive 'S' and as contracted IS/HAS exercise - Decide what it stands for
Decide whether the verbs are transitive or intransitive; grammar exercise with answers onine
I'd better go. I'm fine. He're we are... Negative and positive contractions, commonly used word contractions list with details
Word contractions exercise- Write what the contracted word is; I'd be happy to go = WOULD...
Positive and negative imperatives, imperatives with do, don't, never..., emphatic persuasion examples
Imperatives fill in the blank with the correct verb exercise, check your results once you are finished
Which is correct? My friend and I or my friend and me? It depends. See explanations with examples...
Difference between such as and like - See how they are used and what they mean with examples
I like or I would like - Would like vs like exercise, with tricky cases and answers... Choose the correct option
Complete the sentences with irregular verbs past participle exercise with answers online
There Is - There Are affirmative form, negative form, question and negative questions form with examples and exercises online
He is so strong that... He is such a strong man that... So vs such a- See grammar details with examples
So vs Such vs Such A-- Grammar exercises with answers and explanations for teachers and students
Verb tenses timeline with explanations and example sentences - Simple tenses, progressive tenses, perfect tenses
A list showing the order of adjectives when there are multiple adjectives describing the same noun
We use capital letters and punctuation marks to help reader interpret sentences... Quotation marks, exclamation point, colon, semicolon, comma, exclamation point...
Should you capitalize or not? See this summary of capitalization rules for most general writing and correspondence.
Punctuation rules for comma, its definition, detailed rules, different uses with examples
How to use to be verbs correctly in different tenses, as linking verb and as helping verb... See details
Complete the sentences wit the correct form of verb to be AM / IS / ARE Present tense
Verb to be, AM / IS / ARE present tense in affirmative form, question form, negative and negative questions forms table with examples and an exercise.
Question types in English - YES/NO questions, WH-Questions, TAG questions, choice, hypothetical, embedded and leading questions
Sentences by structure: Simple, compound, complex, compound-complex-- By Function: Declarative, interrogative, exclamatory, imperative sentences
I have been to Hawaii vs He has gone to Hawaii - Gone vs Been exercise with answers
Different meanings- He has gone to, he has been to, he has been in--- See details with examples and exercises
1. Just / already / yet -- 2. Gone vs Been present perfect tense exercises with answers
We often use ever, never, just, already, and yet with the present perfect tense. See details with examples and exercises
Practice verb tenses online - Simple past tense exercises with answers for students and teachers
Will vs Going to future tense differences, explanations with examples and exercises for ESL EFL students and teachers
Complete the exercise with good or well. Complete with the correct form - Adjective or Adverb
Adverbs of frequency exercise with answers - Always / all the time, usually / generally, sometimes / occasionally, often / frequently, rarely / seldom, hardly ever, never...
Complete the sentences with the comparative or superlative forms of the given adjectives. You can use an adjective twice when necessary.
Several adjectives adverbs exercises online with answers for teachers and students-- good vs well, ing and ed forms of adjectives, adverbs of frequency...
Degrees of Adverbs, forming by adding ly, irregular, positive, comparative and superlative... difference from an adjective
English Pronouns Chart - They, Them, Their, Theirs, Themselves... subject, object, possessive, reflexive pronouns
One, They, You, It - Impersonal pronouns explained with examples... One wouldn't believe it
Fill in the correct reflexive pronoun exercise - Myself, yourself, herself, himself, itself, themselves or reciprocal each other.
Pronouns table, types - Personal, reflexive, relative, impersonal, reciprocal, possessive, demonstrative pronouns... See details
Reflexive pronouns are also known as mirror pronouns - Myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves
Reciprocal pronouns, differences between each other and one another... See grammar with examples
Noun definition, common/proper, concrete/abstract/collective, count/non-count (mass) nouns, gender of nouns...
Singular and plural nouns, forming plurals rules, examples of non-plural and non-singular nouns with a quick exercise
These three are confused by English learners. Watch a movie vs see a movie, differences between watch, look and see...
In case is used to take precaution against a possible threat/danger, to avoid an unwanted situation. See details with examples.