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Subject and Object Pronouns Exercises (With Printable PDF)

Subject and object pronouns reduce repetition in spoken and written English. As the name implies, subject pronouns replace the sentence’s subject. The object pronouns will replace the object in a sentence. Learn how to use each with our subject and object pronoun exercises to master English vocabulary in no time. What Are Subject Pronouns? Pronouns take the place of a noun in a sentence. There are three main types of pronouns: subject, object, and possessive. A subject pronoun is used …

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Indefinite Pronouns Exercises (With Printable PDF)

There are plenty of pronouns to learn and use in your writing. Let’s have a short review of indefinite pronouns in this guide, shall we? Learn its definition, examples, and functions in sentences. Then, challenge yourself to an indefinite pronoun worksheet I made to measure your knowledge of the topic. What Are Indefinite Pronouns? Indefinite pronouns are a type of pronoun that doesn’t identify what it refers to. Someone, anything, everybody, and nothing are all indefinite pronouns. Here’s a list …

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Future Tense Exercises (With Printable PDF)

Learn what the future tense means and its four forms in English. Once you’ve mastered this verb tense, answer the three-part quiz I made to check your understanding. What Is the Future Tense? The future tense is used to express actions that will occur. For example: This sentence indicates a future activity. This example shows a future condition or state of being happy. But these examples are only in the simple future tense. There are three other forms of the …

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Present Perfect vs. Past Simple Exercises (+ Printable PDF)

What’s the difference between using present perfect and past simple tenses? One is used for actions that happened for the first time and were completed in the past, and the other is for actions that started a moment in time in the past and are still happening. I’ll discuss everything you need to know in this guide. Then, you can answer the three printable PDF exercises on the two verb tenses to check your understanding. Present Perfect vs. Past Simple …

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Comparative Adjectives Exercises (With Printable PDF)

Comparing yourself to others often leads to resentment. But in English, comparisons matter! They allow you to describe that something or someone has a bigger or smaller amount of a specific characteristic. Find out how to form comparative adjectives in this article. Then, answer the three-part exercise with a printable PDF about comparative adjectives. What Are Comparative Adjectives? Comparative adjectives modify nouns and pronouns while expressing comparisons. Some comparative adjectives are formed by using –er at the end of the …

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Tag Questions Exercises (With Printable PDF)

You already know what tag questions are, don’t you? Tag questions are short questions added at the end of statements. Try these three worksheets about tag questions. The exercises will require you to recall tag question rules, complete the tag question, and respond to tag questions. What’s a Tag Question? A tag question is a brief question that comes after a declarative sentence to ask for confirmation. These tag questions often mean, “Am I right?” or “Do you agree with …

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Verbs Followed By Gerunds – List, Examples & Worksheet

In English, we often use verbs followed by gerunds. Gerunds are verb forms used as nouns. In other words, it functions as a regular noun in a sentence. Today, I’ll share some of the more common verbs followed by gerunds, examples, and a worksheet to help you practice. Let’s get started! What Are Gerunds? In English, the term “gerund” refers to a verb used as a noun. For example, the word “swimming” is a gerund form of the verb “swim.” …

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When To Use A Comma Before “Or”

“Or” is a versatile word that provides an audience with a choice between multiple ideas, actions, or items. It can be used before an independent clause or introduce a subordinate clause. It also can be used to list items. When using “or” in a sentence, you may have seen it used with a comma, but do you know when comma usage is appropriate with its use? We have provided a quick guide below to help you understand these simple rules …

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Inversion Exercises (With Printable PDF)

Inversions are a grammatical tool you can use to change the emphasis of your sentences. The technique swaps a normal word order into something that helps draw attention to specific words and phrases. Many native English speakers do this in their speech without being aware of actual inversion rules. But for English language learners, this can be difficult to master. Luckily, it is not a necessary technique to know to be understood, but it is helpful when you want to …

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Countable Nouns – List of Examples & Worksheet

The English language consists of several types of nouns, including countable and uncountable nouns. But what is a countable noun? Well, a countable noun or count noun is a type of noun known to be expressed in both singular and plural forms. Boy is an example of a countable noun because there can be one or more boys. But there’s more to it than that. Keep reading as I show you the meaning and usage of countable nouns. I also …

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