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Noun Exercises (With Printable PDF)

Nouns are essential in English grammar because they talk about people, places, events, things, feelings, qualities, objects, and more. One way to practice using nouns is to do noun exercises. These exercises can help you learn how to identify and form nouns correctly and use them in different contexts. What Is a Noun in English Grammar? The concept of nouns is used to refer to a person, place, thing, event, substance, or quality. Nouns can be used as the subject …

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Wish Exercises (With Printable PDF)

Have you ever wished for the impossible? What a beautiful thing it is to wish for something. It fills us with hopes and perspectives for the future. But how do we express this desire correctly in English? Let’s find out! When to Use “Wish” The verb “wish” can be used in several ways in English grammar. It’s used to express a desire or hope for something, as in the following sentence: “I wish I could go to the beach.” In …

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Present Simple and Present Continuous Tense Exercises

Do you get confused between the present simple tense and the present continuous tense? If you do, this short guide and exercises will help you. What Is the Present Simple Tense? The present simple tense shows a habitual or frequent action. It may also express a fact. We form the simple present tense by adding -s or -es to the verb if the subject is singular and in the third-person point of view. Otherwise, we use the base form of …

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Conditionals Exercises (With Printable PDF)

If it rains, I’ll wear my raincoat. I wrote that as an example of a first conditional sentence. Conditionals have different types and structures that imply different meanings. Try answering these conditional sentences exercises to practice your knowledge of the topic. What Are Conditionals? Conditionals or if clauses are used to express that one thing depends on another thing. There are four types of conditionals. If + present simple + present simple If + present simple + will + infinitive …

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Present Perfect or Present Perfect Continuous Tense Exercises

Many English writers and speakers get confused between using the present perfect and the present perfect continuous because of the overlaps in their structures and functions. Answer this three-part worksheet to check your knowledge about present perfect vs. present perfect continuous tense. What Is the Present Perfect Tense? The present perfect tense talks about: A verb in the present perfect tense has the following structure: For example: What Is the Present Perfect Continuous Tense? The present perfect continuous tense discusses …

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Stative Verbs Exercises (With Printable PDF)

Not all verbs express actions. Some verbs that indicate a state of being or a condition are called stative verbs. Discover the meaning, rules, and examples of stative verbs in sentences. Then, answer the three stative verb worksheets and grammar exercise tests with a printable PDF to test your understanding. What Are Stative Verbs? Stative verbs are verbs that do not express action but a state. These verbs usually relate to thoughts, emotions, senses, relationships, and measurements. The most common …

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This, That, These, and Those Exercises (With Printable PDF)

This, that, these, and those are demonstratives. These words can fall under two categories: pronouns and adjectives. Learn how to use demonstratives in sentences, then answer the three worksheets on this, that, these, and those. Demonstrative Pronouns This, that, these, and those are demonstrative pronouns when they replace nouns and other noun equivalents instead of modifying them. For example: Demonstrative Adjectives Words like this, that, these, and those also function as demonstrative adjectives. They modify nouns and other noun equivalents …

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Does the Comma Go Before or After Such As?

There are many rules associated with comma use, and where you place them in a sentence can change the tone or meaning of your material. Improper placement can also create confusion and a misreading of your words. When you use the term “such as” in your writing, you indicate an example or similarity to something else. And, when you use a comma with “such” in a sentence, you may be completely changing what it references. Let’s learn about when to …

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Present Simple and Future Simple Exercises (+ Printable PDF)

Two of the most common verb tenses in English are the present simple and future simple tenses. The former is used for actions or states of being happening right now, while the latter is for actions or conditions that will occur in the future. Review these tenses’ functions and correct forms, then test your understanding through a quiz. This printable PDF quiz comprises three parts that will surely challenge you! Present Simple vs. Future Simple Tense The present simple tense …

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Some and Any Exercises (With Printable PDF)

English grammar can be confusing for non-native English speakers. In this guide, I will provide some exercises to help improve your understanding of “some” and “any.” I’ve also created a printable PDF for you to use as a reference. I hope you find these exercises helpful! When to Use “Some” and “Any” The words “some” and “any” are used to describe a quantity, but there’s an important distinction between the two. “Some” refers to a specific group or quantity, while …

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