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Grammar Practice

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Level Guide:

Beginners Intermediate Advanced Explaination

Articles:

The indefinite article - a/an - A
The indefinite article - a/an - B
The definite article - the - A
The indefinite article - a/an
The definite article - the - B
The definite article - the - C
The articles \"a\" and \"the\"
The articles \"a\" and \"the\"

Adjectives and Adverbs:

Adjective or adverb - A
Signal words - tenses
Adjective or adverb - B
Participles - Phrases - Fill-in
Participle constructions
Past participle
Present participle

Adjectives:

Adjectives - comparison - A
Adjectives - comparison - B
Adjectives - comparison - C
Adjectives - Test 1
Comparison of adjectives 1
Comparison of adjectives with as ... as
Adjectives - Test 2
Comparison of adjectives 2
Adjectives - Test 3

Adverbs:

Position of adverbs of frequency - A
Adverbs - comparison
Form of adverbs
Position of adverbs of frequency - B
Position of adverbs

Demonstratives:

this, that - these, those

Nouns:

Plural - Spelling
Plural - Irregular forms
Singular or plural?
Nouns - Uncountables
Plural - Test 1
Find the numbers
Numbers 1 - 12
Numbers 1 - 20
Numbers 10 - 100
Numbers 0 - 1,000
Cardinal and Ordinal numbers
What's the time? - analogue clock
What's the time? - digital clock
Plural - Test 2
Plural - mixed
Plural
Plural - Test 3
Countables and uncountables
Foreign plurals
Plural
Plural nouns in English
Singular nouns in English
Singular or plural for groups of people
\'s
\'s or of-phrase

Auxillary:

Questions with do or does 1
Questions with do or does 2
The verb be - A
The verb be - B
The verb be - C
The verb do - A
The verb be - A
The verb be - B
The verb be - C
The verb do - A
\'s - is or has
The verb do - B
was or were
was not or were not
The verb do - B
The verb do - C
The verb have - A
The verb have - B
The verb do - C
The verb have - A
The verb have - B
do/does in questions
have or have got
The verb be - auxiliary and main verb
The verb do - auxiliary and main verb
The verb have - auxiliary and main verb

Present Simple:

Simple Present (simple verbs)
Simple Present (3rd person singular -s )
Simple Present (do not/does not - long forms) - A
Simple Present (do not/does not - long forms) - B
Simple Present (don\'t/doesn\'t - short forms) - A
Simple Present (don\'t/doesn\'t - short forms) - B
Simple Present - Phrases - A
Simple Present (don\'t or doesn\'t) - B
Simple Present (verbs in bold)
Simple Present - 3rd person singular
Simple Present - 3rd person singular
Simple Present (verb phrases in bold)
Simple Present - A
Simple Present - B
Simple Present
Signal words in the Simple Present
Simple Present - Diagram
Simple Present affirmative, negative and questions
Simple Present - Short and long forms (Contracted)
Simple Present - Signal words
Simple Present - Special verbs
Simple Present - Spelling
Simple Present - Summary
Simple Present - Use

Present Continuous:

Present Progressive (simple verbs - long forms)
Present Progressive (special verbs - long forms)
Present Progressive (simple verbs - short forms)
Present Progressive (special verbs - short forms)
Present Progressive (simple verbs - long forms)
Present Progressive (special verbs - long forms)
Present Progressive (simple verbs - short forms)
Present Progressive (special verbs - short forms)
Question in the Present Progressive - A
Question in the Present Progressive - B
Present Progressive - A
Present Progressive - B
Simple Present or Present Progressive - A
Present Progressive (am, are, is)
Present Progressive (am, are, is and verbs)
Simple Present or Present Progressive - C
Signal words in the Present Progressive
Present Progressive/Continuous - Diagram
Present Progressive/Continuous affirmative, negative , questions
Present Progressive/Continuous - Short and long forms
Present Progressive/Continuous - Signal words
Present Progressive/Continuous - Special verbs
Present Progressive/Continuous - Spelling
Present Progressive/Continuous - Summary
Present Progressive/Continuous - Use
Simple Present - Present Progressive/Continuous
State verbs, dynamic verbs

Pronouns:

Personal pronouns - A (substitution)
Personal pronouns - B
Possessive determiners
Personal pronouns (object forms)
Reflexive pronouns
Reflexive pronoun - yes or no?
self pronouns or each other - A
self pronouns or each other - B
Relative pronouns - who, which, whose
Relative who, which, whose or no pronouns?
self pronouns or each other - C
Personal pronouns, Possessive determiners / pronouns
Relative pronouns
self/each other (Reflexive pronouns)

Possessive:

\'s or of-phrase
Apostrohe \'s

Quantifiers:

some or any - A
Compounds some/any something/anything
some or any - C
some/any
something/anything and other compounds

Since and For:

since or for - A
since or for - B

Some Any:

some or any - B

Much Many:

much or many - A
much or many - B
much/many - a little/a few

General:

How to write the date
How to spell the date
Error text - letter
Contact clauses
Date, Months, Days of the week
Different terms for the Tenses
Tenses (diagram)
Tenses (table)
Tenses - The verb be - Long and short forms
How a sentence can change its meaning.
How to put in tenses correctly.
Irregular verbs (table)
Most common Tenses (table)
Numbers
one/ones
\'s
\'s or of-phrase
What are signal words?
Imperative

Future:

going to-future
will-future
going to-future
will-future
going to-future - A
going to-future - B
will-future
will - going to-future
all future forms
Future Progressive
Future Perfect
Future Perfect
going to-future - Diagram
going to-future affirmative, negative and questions
going to-future - Short and long forms (Contracted forms)
going to-future - Signal words
going to-future - Summary
going to-future - Use
will-future - Diagram
will-future affirmative, negative and questions
will-future - Short and long forms (Contracted forms)
will-future - Signal words
will-future - Summary
will-future - Use
Future tenses

Future Continuous:

Future Progressive (Continuous)
Future Perfect Progressive (Continuous)

Past Simple:

Test 1
Regular or irregular Odd man out 1
Simple Past (regular verbs)
Question in the Simple Present - A
Question in the Simple Present - B
Forms of irregular verbs - 1
Irregular verbs - Crossword 1
Irregular verbs 1
Irregular verbs 2
Exercise Mix 1
Exercise Mix 2
Exercise Mix 3
Exercise Mix 4
Table - Fill-in
Test 2
Regular or irregular Odd man out 2
Infinitive, Simple Past, Past Participle
Simple Present, Simple Past and Present Perfect
Simple Past (all verbs)
Simple Past (verbs in bold)
Simple Past (verbs in bold - irregular)
Question in the Simple Past - A
Question in the Simple Past - B
Simple Past - A
Simple Past - B
Error text: Present - Past
Pronunciation of the ending -ed
Signal words in the Simple Past
Simple Past - ending -ed - A
Simple Past - ending -ed - B
Simple Past - ending -ed - pronunciation
was or were
was not or were not
Irregular verbs 3
Irregular verbs 4
Test 3
Simple Past (all verbs)
Forms of irregular verbs - 2
Irregular verbs - Crossword 2
Irregular verbs 5
Test 4
Forms of irregular verbs - 3
Irregular verbs 6
Test 5
Simple Past - Diagram
Simple Past affirmative, negative , questions
Simple Past - Signal words
Simple Past - Irregular verbs/Special verbs
Simple Past - Spelling
Simple Past - Summary
Simple Past - Use
Irregular verbs
Irregular verbs (most common)
Learn irregular verbs effectively

Past Continuous:

Past Progressive - A
Past Progressive - B
Past Progressive - A
Past Progressive - B
Question in the Past Progressive - A
Question in the Past Progressive - B
Past Progressive - A
Past Progressive - B
Simple Past or Past Progressive - A
Simple Past or Past Progressive - B
Past Progressive/Continuous - Diagram
Past Progressive/Continuous - Short and long forms
Past Progressive/Continuous - Signal words
Past Progressive/Continuous - Spelling
Past Progressive/Continuous - Special verbs
Past Progressive/Continuous - Summary
Past Progressive/Continuous - Use
Simple Past - Past Progressive/Continuous

Present Perfect:

Present Perfect
Present Perfect
Questions in the Present Perfect
Present Perfect
Simple Past or Present Perfect
Present Perfect - Diagram
Present Perfect affirmative, negative, questions
Present Perfect - Short and long forms
Present Perfect - Signal words
Present Perfect - Spelling
Present Perfect - Special verbs
Present Perfect - Use
Present Perfect - Simple Past

Perfect Continuous:

Present Perfect Progressive
Present Perfect Progressive
Present Perfect Progressive - A
Present Perfect Progressive - B
Past Perfect Progressive (Continuous)
Present Perfect Progressive - Diagram
Present Perfect Progressive affirmative, negative, questions
Present Perfect Progressive - Short and long forms
Present Perfect Progressive - Signal words
Present Perfect Progressive - Spelling
Present Perfect Progressive - Special verbs
Present Perfect Progressive - Summary
Present Perfect Progressive - Use

Prepositions:

Prepositions and verbs
Gerund and prepositions
Prepositions of place, direction and time
Prepositions in idioms
Prepositions of time
Prepositions of place and direction (in, at, on)
Prepositions of place and direction

Questions:

Fill in question words - A
Fill in question words - B
Questions and answers -
Questions in the Present Progressive - A
Questions in the Present Progressive - B
Questions in the Simple Present - A
Questions in the Simple Present - B
Questions with do or does - A
Questions with do or does - B
Question words order
Yes/No question - word order
How to form questions - A
Question with question words - word order
Short answers - A
Yes/No question - word order
Questions with do or does - A
Questions with do or does - B
Complex Test - Question tags
Mistakes in questions - A
Questions in the Past Progressive - A
Questions in the Past Progressive - B
Questions in the Present Perfect
Questions in the Simple Past - A
Questions in the Simple Past - B
How to form questions - B
Short answers - B
Find the tense - questions
How to form questions - C
Short answers - C
Tenses in questions - A
Mistakes in questions - B
Negation of questions
Tenses in questions - B
How to form a question - Summary
Question words
Questions without question words and the verb be
Questions with question words and the verb be
Questions with the word have
Questions in the Past Progressive
Questions in the Present Progressive
Questions in the Simple Present
Questions in the Simple Past
Questions with who and what

Question Tags:

Question tags - C
Question tags

Verbs:

Tenses mixed - A
Find the tense (verbs in bold)
Find the tense
Find the tense - statements
Tenses in affirmative sentences - A
Tenses in negative sentences - A
Tenses mixed - B
Actions - tenses
Tenses in affirmative sentences - B
Negation of sentences
Tenses in negative sentences - B
Summary
Participles - Form
Verbs with two objects
Verbs with two objects

Conditionals:

Conditional I, statements
Conditional negations - type I
Conditional - type I
Conditional - type I, special forms
Conditional Mix I, A
Conditional Mix I, B
Conditional II, statements
Conditional negations - type II
Conditional, negations - type III
Conditional - type II
Conditional - type II, special forms
Conditional I - II
Conditional Mix II, A
Conditional Mix II, B
Find the correct conditions - 1
if clauses - main clauses - Matching
Complex Test - Conditional if
Conditional III, statements
Conditional I - II, statements
Conditional I - III, statements
Conditional, negations - type I - II
Conditional, negations - type I - III
Conditional - type III
Conditional - type III, special forms
Conditional I - III, Multiple choice - A
Conditional I - III, Multiple choice - B
Conditional Mix III, 1
Conditional Mix III, 2
Find the correct conditions - 2
Conditional I - III, Multiple choice, special forms
Conditional - Type I
Conditional - Type III
Mixed Conditionals
Replacing if - Omitting if - if vs. when - in case vs. if
Summary
when or if
will and would in if-clauses
Conditional Simple
Conditional Progressive
Conditional Perfect
Conditional Perfect Progressive

Modals:

can and to be able to
to be able to - can
What are modal auxiliaries?
Modal auxiliaries can, must
Long- and short forms (Contracted forms)
Modals

Passive:

Passive - statements - Simple Past
Passive - statements - Simple Present
Passive - statements (more objects)
Passive - statements (various tenses)
Active or passive - A
Active or passive - B
Passive
Active and passive forms in the most common tenses
How to form the passive
Important forms

Reported:

Reported command affirmative
Reported commands - negations
Reported speech - simple statements
Reported speech with expressions of time
Reported questions
Reported questions with expressions of time
Commands
Statements
Questions

Relative:

Relative clauses, Relative pronouns
Relative clauses
that/which restrictive/nonrestrictive clauses

Phrasal Verbs:

Phrasal verbs - Fill-in
List with sentences A-H
List with sentences I-R
List with sentences S-Z

Word Order:

Complex Test - Word order
Tenses in affirmative - A
Tenses in affirmative - B
Word order - one sentence
Word order in statements
Word order in statements with expressions of place and time
Word order in affirmative sentences - A
Word order in affirmative sentences - B
Word order in affirmative sentences - C
Word order in affirmative sentences - D
Word order in negative sentences - A
Word order in affirmative sentences - E
Word order in negative sentences - B
Word order affirmative and negative sentences
Position of adverbs of frequency
Position of time in statements
Word order - statements
Word order - questions

Tests:

Numbers 1 - 12
Numbers 10 - 20
Numbers 10 - 90
Numbers mixed

Spelling:

Comma