Superlative Exercises (With Printable PDF)

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Superlative Exercises (With Printable PDF)

One of the three degrees of comparison is the superlative degree. We use it to describe something or someone with the highest degree of characteristics among a group. Review the definition and use of superlatives, then answer the three worksheets I made to check your mastery of the topic. What …

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Modal Verbs of Ability — Examples

Are you struggling with understanding when and how to use modal verbs of ability? They can be problematic even for native speakers! These versatile words are often used in everyday conversation, and mastering them can be hugely beneficial for both communicating effectively and understanding what others mean when they use …

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Linking Verbs – List, Examples

Linking verbs do not have the same role as typical verbs that show action. The function of this verb type is to link a subject to its subject complement. What is a linking verb? What are all the linking verbs? My handy dandy guide will show you the meaning, functions, …

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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. …

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Linking Verbs vs. Helping Verbs – Difference & Examples

You might already know that verbs express actions, states of being, or conditions. But what is the difference between a linking verb and a helping verb? A linking verb is a type of verb used to connect subjects and predicates, while a helping verb assists the main verb in completing …

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What Are Collocations? – Examples

Like Romeo and Juliet, some words are more suitable for each other. These terms, such as absolutely delighted and highly unlikely, naturally go together. They are called English collocations. I use them when writing fiction, but we all use them even in speech. Keep reading to learn what collocations are. I …

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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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How to Use So and Such – Examples

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. …

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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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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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