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Could Have, Should Have & Would Have Exercises

When we express regret, we often use the phrases could have, should have, or would have in our sentences to explain how things might have been different if something other than what happened had occurred. These terms are fairly straightforward in their definition and use, but for English language learners, …

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Uncountable Nouns – List, Definition & Examples

The English language is divided into several types of nouns according to their specificity, quantity, and tangibility. One classification you might have heard of is uncountable nouns. But what is an uncountable noun? Is there such a thing? Of course! And I’ll explain everything you need to know. An uncountable …

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Possessive Pronouns Exercises (With Printable PDF)

Often confused with possessive adjectives, possessive pronouns are designed to express ownership without repeating the noun. They are a common part of English grammar and can help enhance one’s vocabulary. I made some possessive pronoun exercises to show you specific situations on when and how to use them. What Are …

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Third Conditional Exercises (With Printable PDF)

There are four different conditional sentence structures in the English language. They explain the tense of events that could have or might have occurred or will occur if specific conditions are met. The third conditional sentence tense use deals with events in the past that did not occur. Let’s review …

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Zero Conditional Exercises (With Printable PDF)

There are four types of conditional sentences in the English language: zero, first, second, and third. These conditions pertain to tenses that express what could have, might have, or will occur IF certain things happen or have already happened. First, understanding how to use the zero conditional sentence structure is …

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Causative Verbs Exercises (With Printable PDF)

In English grammar, we use a few verbs when describing an action someone does at the orders/requests/wishes or someone else. These are called causative verbs, and you can learn more about using them correctly with the following exercises. What Are Causative Verbs? Causative verbs are used in English to talk …

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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 …

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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 …

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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. …

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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 …

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