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Preposition Collocations Exercises (With Printable PDF)

What are preposition collocations? Learn the common preposition collocation patterns with a list of examples I made. After reading, challenge yourself to a three-part worksheet about the topic. Preposition Collocations Basically, collocations are two or more words that often go together. These compounds sound so natural or right that we can’t substitute one word for another. Most collocations follow two patterns with prepositions. Verb + Preposition Verb + to Verb + for Verb + from Verb + at Adjective + …

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Do, Does, Am, Is & Are Exercises (With Printable PDF)

What are the words do, does, am, is, and are? And how do you use them correctly? Learn these verbs’ functions and correct usage, then answer the three do, does, am, is, are exercises. Use of Do, Does, Am, Is, and Are Do, does, am, is, and are are helping verbs that follow different grammar rules. Use do if the subject is I, you, or is in plural form. Use does when the subject is in the third-person singular. These …

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Future Continuous Tense Exercises (With Printable PDF)

What is the point of using the future continuous tense? This verb tense refers to an unfinished event that will be in progress at a later time. Answer the three parts of this quiz to test your understanding of the future continuous tense. Then, check all your answers using the answer key provided. What Is the Future Continuous Tense? Future continuous tense talks about an action that will be in motion at a specific point in the future. Compared to …

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Pronoun Exercises (With Printable PDF)

Do you know what pronouns mean? What are their functions in sentences? What are its different types? Answer these pronoun exercises with a printable PDF to check your basic understanding of pronouns. What Are Pronouns? Pronouns are the words you substitute for other nouns or noun phrases. We use them when the reader or listener knows which nouns you’re discussing. The word/s that pronouns replace are called antecedents. For example: There are many types of pronouns, such as personal pronouns, …

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Indirect Questions Exercises (With Printable PDF)

Do you know what indirect questions are? The previous sentence is a good example. This type of question is a question embedded in a sentence or another question. Answer these indirect question worksheets to check your understanding of the topic. What Are Indirect Questions? Indirect questions are questions reported to other people instead of using the exact words for directly asking. For example, instead of asking “What’s wrong?”, an indirect question goes, “He asked me what was wrong.” Indirect questions …

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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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