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spacerGrammar Rules
spacerAdjectives, Adverbs, Conjunctions
spacerRelative Clauses
spacerNouns and Pronouns
spacerPrepositions
spacerVerbs and Verb Tenses
spacerMiscellaneous
spacerGrammar Tables (HTML)
spacerGrammar Tables (PDF)
spacerInteractive Exercises
spacerAdjectives, Adverbs, Conjunctions
spacerRelative Clauses
spacerNouns
spacerPrepositions
spacerQuestions
spacerVerbs
spacerspacerConditionals
spacerspacerGerunds
spacerspacerGoing to Future
spacerspacerSimple Past
spacerspacerPast Progressive vs. Simple Past
spacerspacerPresent Perfect vs. Simple Past
spacerspacerPassive Voice
spacerWord Order
spacerProofreading
spacerGrammar Games
spacerConcentration (Flash)
spacerDrag and Drop (Flash)
spacerCheck Your English
spacerGrammar Test
spacerPreposition Test
spacerGrammar Links
spacerTOEFL Links
spacerWriting Links


Grammar Rules

Adjectives, Adverbs, Conjunctions

Relative Clauses

Nouns and Pronouns

Prepositions

Verbs and Verb Tenses

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Miscellaneous


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Grammar Tables (HTML)

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Grammar Exercises

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Adjectives, Adverbs, Conjunctions

For scrambled sentences with adverbs of frequency, see Word Order below.

Relative Clauses (Adjective Clauses)

Exercises covering the main types of relative clauses.

Nouns

This group of exercises practices the use of noun modifiers (noun adjuncts or noun + noun).

Prepositions

Exercises with verbs using at and to.
Expressions of location with in, on, and at.
Expressions of time with in, on, and at.
Expressions of time with since, for, and in.
Exercises with verbs using prepositions.

Questions

Verbs

There are recorded exercises for the pronunciation of the simple past on the pronunciation page.

Fill-in-the-blank (gap-fill) exercises with used to

Conditional Exercises

Gerunds

Fill-in-the-blank (gap-fill) exercises with gerunds.
  • Gerund After Preposition 1
    Fifteen sentences with gerund after preposition (includes to as preposition and as infinitive marker).

  • Gerund After Preposition 2
    Fifteen more sentences with gerund after preposition (includes to as preposition and as infinitive marker).

Going to Future

Fill-in-the-blank (gap-fill) exercises with going to.
  • Going to 1
    Fifteen affirmative sentences with going to.

  • Going to 2
    Fifteen interrogative sentences with going to.

  • Going to 3
    Fifteen negative sentences with going to.

Simple Past

Fill-in-the-blank (gap-fill) exercises using the past tense of regular verbs.
The exercises in the following groups practice irregular past tense verb forms in two ways: as a multiple-choice exercise or a gap-fill exercise.
See also Grammar Games below for Flash Drag and Drop practice with irregular verbs in more advanced sentences.
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Simple Past of Irregular Verbs: Multiple Choice

Simple Past of Irregular Verbs: Fill in the Blanks

The sentences in this group are the same as in the multiple-choice sentences.

Simple Past & Past Participle of Irregular Verbs: Fill in the Blanks in the Table

Fill in the missing parts of the irregular verbs in the table.
Fill in the blanks with the simple past of regular and irregular verbs in this selection from Bram Stoker's horror classic.
Fill in the blanks with the simple past of regular and irregular verbs in this selection from Mary Shelley's horror classic.

Past Progressive vs. Simple Past

  • The Hound of the Baskervilles
    Practice the past progressive and simple past by filling in the blanks in this excerpt from a famous Sherlock Holmes adventure.

Present Perfect vs. Simple Past

  • Dracula
    Fill in the blanks with the present perfect or simple past in this excerpt from Bram Stoker's horror classic.

Passive Voice

Fill in the blanks with the passive forms of the verbs in each sentence.
Choose the active or passive form of the verb in each sentence in these multiple-choice exercises.

Word Order

Put the words in the correct order in these scrambled (jumbled) sentences.
Scrambled sentences with adverbs of frequency.
Scrambled sentences with direct and indirect objects.
Scrambled wh-questions.
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Proofreading

Find the incorrect word in each sentence.
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Grammar Games


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Concentration (Flash)

Can you remember where the simple and past forms are and match them?
Match the verb and its past participle.

Drag and Drop (Flash)

Drag the irregular past tense form and drop it onto the blank in the appropriate sentence.
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Check Your English

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