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Do & Make Exercises (With Printable PDF)

The English Language has a unique sentence structure and many words that are similar in their use to one another. Because of this, language learners are often confused by actions that are almost identical in definition but different in their use. The words “do” and “make” are the perfect examples. Both indicate the action of performance, but we use them to express different types of activities and their results. Confused? Don’t be. We define their use with examples below and …

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How to Use ‘Would’ – Guide & Examples

Would you want to learn how to use would in sentences? We use this modal verb in everyday speech, but many don’t know its meaning. But, I assure you, it’s easy to use once you know its functions. Is would the same as will? Does it express a different verb tense? Keep reading to learn the rules, uses, and examples of would in sentences. What Part of Speech Is Would? Would is a modal verb, which is a type of …

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There Is vs. There Are Exercises (With Printable PDF)

There are many people who get confused between there is vs. there are. Learn about the difference between the terms there is and there are as I break it all down for you.Then answer the two exercises I provided to check your understanding of the topic. There Is vs. There Are There is is used when the noun it follows is singular. Technically, this noun is the object of the sentence or a predicate nominative. Here are some examples: Notice …

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Ever and Never – Usage, List of Examples & Worksheet

Ever and never are total opposites of each other. One is commonly found in statements, while the other is usually used in questions. But what’s the best way to use ever and never? I’ll show you the different usages of the adverbs ever and never with examples. Then, challenge yourself to a brain exercise I whipped up. What Is the Difference Between Ever and Never? Both never and ever are adverbs that express a time before now. However, ever means …

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How to Use So and Such – Examples & Worksheet

Being a writer and author for nearly 15 years now, I can definitely say that English grammar works in such mysterious ways! So, we need to be careful when learning it. “So” and “such” are two words that don’t substitute one another, and that might be confusing for non-native speakers. Today I’ll talk about how to use so and such to form sentences and what the differences are between so and such. Then you can take one of my grammar …

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Something, Anything, Nothing & Everything (With Worksheet)

Some English speakers and writers need clarification on the indefinite pronouns something, anything, nothing, and everything. They are quite similar but different in meanings. I’ll teach you anything and everything about these indefinite pronouns. Find out the difference between something, anything, nothing, and everything, then answer the worksheet I whipped up. Difference Between Something, Anything, Nothing & Everything Something, anything, nothing, and everything are all indefinite pronouns. They are all treated as singular, so we use them with a singular …

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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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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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“Used To” Exercises (With Printable PDF)

If you’re learning English, you’ve probably heard the verb “used to.” This verb is tricky for many learners because it doesn’t always follow the normal rules of English verbs. This guide will explain the basics of “used to” and provide some exercises to help you practice this verb. I’ll also provide a printable PDF with all the exercises so you can practice offline. Let’s get started! What Does “Used to” Mean? The phrase “used to” can have several different meanings. …

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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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