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Reported Speech WH-Questions

Change WH-Questions from direct speech to indirect speech-- Reported speech exercises

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A Few / A Little Exercise - GrammarBank

Printable and online worksheets: Choose A few or A little to complete the exercise - See your results at the bottom

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Little / A Little / Few / A Few Exercise

A Little vs A Few Exercise vs little and few worksheet... Complete the exercise with the correct quantifiers

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Months in English Worksheet

Complete the exercise-- Which month comes next? Fill in the correct month... Online and printable worksheet

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A / AN / Some Exercise - GrammarBank

Fill in the blanks with A / AN or Some printable and online exercise for teachers and students

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A / An / The Worksheets - GrammarBank

Printable and online articles exercises-- Fill in the blanks with A, AN, THE articles or put x for nothing.

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Too vs Enough Exercise 2 - GrammarBank

Online and printable too vs enough exercise with answers-- Choose to or enough to complete the sentences

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Adjective or Verb Exercise - GrammarBank

Decide whether the word is used as adjective or verb in the sentences exercise with answers

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Simple Present vs Present Progressive - GrammarBank

Differences between simple present and present progressive tense rules with examples and exercises

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Words ending with Ever - GrammarBank

Whatever, whoever, whenever, however, whichever, wherever... Meaning of -Ever words/phrases with examples and exercises

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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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IF vs Unless Exercise 2 - GrammarBank

Choose IF or Unless exercise with answers - Online and printable version available for teachers

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When vs If vs Unless Exercise - GrammarBank

Choose IF vs Unless and if vs when exercise with answers... Online and printable versions available

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Unless / IF Not - GrammarBank

Unless means except if. We use unless to make an exception to something we say. See details with examples and exercises.

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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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Must/Mustn't vs Have To Exercises 2

Choose must vs have/has to and negative forms mustn't vs don't have to exercise with answers

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Possessive Adjectives vs Possessive Pronouns

Choose possessive adjective or possessive pronoun exercise with answers-- My/Mine - Your/Yours - Her/Hers...

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Possessive Adjectives - GrammarBank

My, Your, His / Her / Its, Our, Your, Their - possessive adjectives explanations with examples and exercise for beginners

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Possessive Pronouns - GrammarBank

Possessive pronouns table, as subject or object, with examples and exercises-- Apostrophe in ITS and Apostrophe for possession explanations

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Possessive Pronouns Exercise 2 - GrammarBank

Complete with the correct possessive pronouns exercise-- choose Mine / Yours / His/Hers/Its / Ours / Theirs

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Subject Pronouns - GrammarBank

I, You, He / She / It, We, You, They - Subject pronouns details with examples and exercises

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Personal Pronouns - GrammarBank

Personal pronouns table - Object pronouns, subject pronouns and possessive pronouns-- I, you, she... My, your, his... Mine, yours hers...

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Personal Pronouns Worksheet - GrammarBank

Personal pronouns worksheets with answers-- Choose him and me / he and I... You and me / you and I... Me and them...

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Relative Pronouns Exercises - GrammarBank

Choose who / that / which / when / where / whose / why... Mixed relative pronouns exercise with answers

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Relative Pronouns - GrammarBank

Detailed explanations of relative pronouns with examples and exercises-- Who vs Whom, which vs that, whose, whomever...

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Of Which / Of Whom / Whose - GrammarBank

Relative clauses grammar-- Of Whom / Of Which / Of Whose with examples and exercises

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Relative Clause Example Sentences - GrammarBank

Relative clauses example sentences--- Combine two sentences using who, which, whom, that, in which...

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Relative/Adjective Clauses Exercise - GrammarBank

Choose the correct relative clauses exercise-- Whom, who, whose, which, that, of whom, when, in which, of which, where...

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Adjective / Relative Clauses - GrammarBank

Use of who, which, that, whose, whom, of which, of whom... defining and non-defining relative clauses with examples

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Relative Pronouns Exercises 2 - GrammarBank

Choose the correct relative pronouns exercise-- Who, whom, whose, where, that, which...

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Pronouns - GrammarBank

Detailed pronouns explanations with examples and exercises-- Personal pronouns, reflexive, relative, impersonal, reciprocal, possessive, demonstrative...

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Reported Speech Questions - GrammarBank

How to put direct questions into indirect speech--- Reported speech for questions with question words and with helping verbs (Yes/No questions)

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Reported Speech Yes/No Questions

Reported speech questions with Yes/No questions exercise - Convert Yes/No questions into indirect speech statements

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Reported Speech - GrammarBank

How to convert from direct speech to reported speech- Tense shift- Reported questions, commands/requests/exclamations...

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Reported Speech Imperatives Exercise

Reported speech imperatives exercise with answers-- Change the sentences from direct to indirect speech.

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Reported Speech Examples 2 - GrammarBank

Reported speech complex sentence examples to practice- Both direct speech and indirect speech forms of the same sentences

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Reported Speech Examples - GrammarBank

Both direct speech and reported speech forms of sentences to practice-- Try converting from direct to indirect speech.

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Reported Speech Tense Chart - GrammarBank

Reported speech tense chart showing indirect speech to direct speech tense shift-- Present simple to past simple, present continuous to past continuous, etc.

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Reported Speech Requests/Exclamations/Commands

Reported speech commands/requests/exclamations, how to convert from direct to indirect rules, explanations and examples

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So...That / Such...That Exercise

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.

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So / Such / Such A - GrammarBank

So vs Such vs Such A-- Grammar exercises with answers; choose the correct option... For students and teachers

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By vs Until/Till Exercise - GrammarBank

By tomorrow, until tomorrow, till Monday... Choose by vs until / till exercise with answers

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Subject Verb Agreement - GrammarBank

Subject verb agreement rules with charts, examples with online and printable exercises for students and teachers

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Tense Agreement - GrammarBank

Tense agreement rules explanations with example sentences and exercises - Talking about the same event, different event at different times...

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Tense Agreement Exercise - GrammarBank

Printable tense agreement exercise with answers online - Complete the sentences in correct tenses

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Be Going To Future - GrammarBank

Be going to future tense detailed grammar and usage with examples and exercises- Forming sentences in affirmative, negative, positive forms...

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Simple Future Tense Will - GrammarBank

Simple future tense (also known as will future) detailed explanations with examples and exercises

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Simple Future Will Exercise - GrammarBank

Simple future (will) exercise with answers to understand the basic grammar and usage of this tense

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Altogether vs All Together - GrammarBank

Adverb altogether vs the phrase all together meanings, differences and sample sentences

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