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English Grammar Lessons
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  • Degree modifiers exercise 
  • Uses of the future progressive tense 
  • Possessives with of 
  • Tenses quiz 
  • Adjectives and adverbs quiz 
  • The joining word whose 
  • Non-assertive words 
  • Sentence Synthesis Exercise 
  • The joining words or, either…or and neither…nor 
  • Do as a general-purpose verb 
  • Formation of compound sentences using adversative conjunctions 
  • Formation of compound sentences 
  • Singular and plural: miscellaneous points 
  • Other uses of will and shall 
  • Future: will and shall 
  • Present progressive and be going to 
  • Infinitive clauses introduced by for + noun/pronoun 
  • Prepositions Quiz # 3 
  • Infinitive clause as subject and object 
  • Using perfect infinitives 
  • Irregular verbs 
  • Rather 
  • Infinitives without to 
  • Talking about possibility 
  • Talking about ability 
  • Past verb forms with present or future meaning 
  • Expressions without prepositions 
  • Gradable adjectives and adverbs 
  • Simultaneous events 
  • At, on and in exercise 
  • Articles with countable and uncountable nouns 
  • Verbs with prepositions and particles 
  • More about adjective clauses 
  • Adjective clauses 
  • More about noun clauses – part 2 
  • More about noun clauses pdf
  • Noun clauses pdf
  • Adverb clauses of degree or comparison pdf
  • Verbs not used in progressive forms pdf
  • Adverb clauses of result and concession pdf
  • Adverb clauses of condition pdf
  • Adverb clauses of cause or reason pdf
  • Adverb clauses of purpose pdf
  • Adverb clauses pdf
  • Verbs that can be followed by infinitives pdf
  • Interchange of one part of speech for another pdf
  • Sentence completion: Exercise pdf
  • Correct usage of afraid pdf
  • Modal auxiliary verbs: special points pdf
  • Talking about certainty pdf
  • Change into active voice pdf
  • Pronouns: general rules pdf
  • Attributive adjectives after nouns pdf
  • Demonstrative pronouns pdf
  • Word formation: exercise pdf
  • The with superlatives pdf
  •  Past tense and past participle: exercise pdf
  • Modal Auxiliary Verbs: Exercise pdf
  • Changing an imperative sentence in the active voice to passive pdf
  •  Relative pronouns: exercise pdf
  • Ways of forming the feminine gender pdf
  • Sentence analysis: exercise pdf
  • Adjectives: exercise pdf
  • Adjectives or adverbs – part 2 pdf
  • Adjectives or adverbs? confusing cases pdf
  • At, in and to: exercise pdf
  • Sentence Agreement pdf
  • Active and passive voice exercise pdf
  • Nouns exercise 1 pdf
  • Future tense quiz pdf
  • Indefinite pronouns pdf
  • That in relative clauses pdf
  • Restrictive and non-restrictive relative clauses pdf
  • Distributive pronouns pdf
  • Less and least: exercise pdf
  • Kinds of Nouns: Exercise pdf
  • Adverb clauses of time and place pdf
  • Verbs Quiz pdf
  • Conjunctions Quiz pdf
  • More and Most pdf
  • Tenses Exercise pdf
  • Auxiliary verbs exercise pdf
  • Of with determiners pdf
  • Determiner pdf
  • Gerunds as simple nouns pdf
  •  Gerunds or present participles? pdf
  •  Prepositions Quiz 2 pdf
  •  What are gerunds? pdf
  •  More on the uses of participles pdf
  • Some conjunctions and their uses – Part 2 
  •  Some conjunctions and their uses 
  • Short answers 
  • Common Errors with verbs – Part 2 
  • Common errors in the use of verbs 
  • Verb patterns with it 
  •  It as a provisional subject 
  • Uses of the to-infinitive 
  •  Uses of the bare infinitive 
  • Structures with to-infinitives 
  •  Interrogative structures 
  • Position of frequency adverbs 
  • Must to express inference or possibility 
  • Inversion of subject and verb 
  • Two forms of the possessive 
  •  Prepositions Exercise 
  •  Verbs Exercise 
  • Verb patterns with gerund 
  •  Verbs and their properties 
  •  What are verbal nouns? 
  •  Use of certain longer and shorter alternatives 
  • Direct and indirect object: position 
  • Adverb particles and prepositions 
  •  Auxiliary verbs and their equivalents 
  • Uses of need 
  • Uses of Must and Ought (to) 
  • Uses of May and Might 
  • Uses of Can and Could 
  • Uses of Would 
  • Uses of Should 
  • Uses of shall and will 
  • The need for auxiliary verbs 
  • Precis-writing 
  •  Contractions 
  • The adverb too 
  • Complement clause 
  • Participial adjective and participial relative clause 
  • What are reflexive pronouns? 
  • Singular and plural nouns 
  • Imperative 
  • Double negatives 
  • Parts of Speech 
  •  Negative questions 
  • Negative verb forms 
  •  Using Perfect Infinitives 
  • Present progressive and simple present: differences 
  • Punctuation: Colon 
  • Comma – Part II 
  •  Comma 
  •  Grammar Terms – Conditional Sentence, Conjugation, Conjunct, Coordinate structure pdf
  • What are complements? 
  • What are copular verbs? 
  • There as an introductory subject 
  • Prepositions Quiz 
  •  What is an appositive? 
  • Verbs with two objects 
  • Spelling and Pronunciation 
  •  The question words who, which and what 
  • -ing form or infinitive – part II 
  •  -ing form or infinitive? 
  • Words ending in ‘ar’, ‘er’, ‘or’, ‘our’, ‘re’, ‘ure’, ‘ur’ 
  • Apostrophe 
  • Hyphens 
  •  Spelling : capital letters 
  • Useful Spelling Rules – Part II 
  • Some useful spelling rules 
  • How to improve your vocabulary? 
  •  Antecedent and Anaphor 
  • Grammar terms – adverb, adverb phrases, adverb clauses and adverbial participles 
  • Easily confused words Quiz 1 
  • Question Tags – Advanced Points 
  • Grammar terms beginning with letter A 
  • Abbreviation, Acronym and Initialism 
  • Tenses Quiz 1 
  • Question Tags 
  • Sequence of tenses 
  • How to join two or more simple sentences into a single complex sentence 
  • Grammar Terms – Part II 
  • Grammar Terms – Part I 
  • Interchange of active and passive voice 
  • Interchange of degrees of comparison – part II 
  •  Interchange of the degrees of comparison 
  • Distributives 
  • Position of Adverbs – Detailed Rules 
  • Determiners – Part III 
  •  Determiners – Part II 
  • Determiners – Part I 
  • Demonstratives and Possessives 
  • Uses of the perfect infinitive 
  • Uses of the participle – part II 
  • Some uses of the participle – Part I 
  • The Participle 
  • Uses of the bare infinitive 
  • The infinitive 
  • If sentences 
  • Uses of the verb have 
  • Prepositions: Some special points to be noted 
  • Figure of Speech Part III 
  • Figures of Speech – Part III 
  •  Figures of Speech – Part II 
  • Figures of speech – Simile and Metaphor 
  • Too…to and so…that 
  • Noun phrases 
  • Adverb phrases 
  • Adjective Phrases 
  • Different forms of the predicate 
  • Irregular Verbs 
  •  Special uses of some prepositions 
  • Order of Words in a Sentence 
  • Subject and Object Complements 
  • Direct and indirect objects 
  • Grammar check.net Review 
  • The Predicate 
  • Subject attributes 
  • Analysis of a sentence 
  • Complex and Compound-Complex Sentences 
  • Simple and Compound Sentences 
  • Uses of anomalous finites – part II 
  •  Uses of anomalous finite 
  • Anomalous finites 
  • Special uses of some adverbs – Part II 
  •  Special uses of some adverbs 
  • Correct use of conjunctions – Part III 
  •  Correct use of some conjunctions – part II 
  •  Correct use of some conjunctions 
  •  Kinds of coordinating conjunctions 
  • Coordinating conjunctions 
  •  Correct use of prepositions – part II 
  • Correct use of some prepositions 
  •  Relations shown by prepositions 
  •  Phrasal verbs 
  •  Some equivalents of modal auxiliary verbs 
  •  Dare and Had Better 
  • Uses of Need 
  •  Must and Ought to 
  • May and Might 
  • Would Uses 
  •  Should Uses 
  • Uses of shall and will 
  •  Modal Auxiliary Verbs and Principal Verbs – Differences 
  •  Auxiliary verbs Do and Can 
  • Auxiliary verbs 
  •  Talking about the future part II 
  •  Talking about the future 
  • Active and Passive Voice Exercise II 
  •  Passive Voice Exercise 
  • Synthesis of sentences 
  • Active or Passive Voice 
  •  Active and Passive Verb Forms 
  •  Active and Passive Voice 
  •  Common errors in the use of tenses – part II 
  • Common errors in the use of tenses 
  •  Repetition of the article 
  • Omission of the articles 
  • Uses of the definite article 
  • What are articles? 
  •  Formation of the possessive case 
  •  Noun: gender 
  • Formation of plurals – Part II 
  • Formation of plural nouns 
  • Kinds of Sentences 
  •  Verb – Moods 
  • Past tenses – Part II 
  •  Uses of the past tenses Part I 
  •  Introductory it 
  • Present perfect tense 
  •  Present continuous tense 
  •  Introductory there 
  •  Position of adverbs Part II 
  •  Gerund and Infinitive 
  •  Uses of the simple present tense 
  •  Tenses different forms 
  •  Tenses – introduction 
  •  Position of adverbs 
  •  The Noun: Case 
  • Uses of the participle 
  • What are participles? 
  • Semicolon, Colon and Interrogation mark 
  • Verb Patterns 

  • The Full Stop and Comma 
  • Degrees of Comparison 
  • Story writing tips 
  •  What are relative pronouns? 
  • Non-finite verbs 
  • Correlative conjunctions 
  •  Subordinating conjunctions 
  •  Kinds of conjunctions 
  •  What are conjunctions? 
  • Correct Use of Personal Pronouns 
  •  Adverbs Part II 
  •  What are adverbs? 
  •  Personal pronouns
  • Prepositions 
  • Adjectives used without nouns 
  • What are adjectives? 
  • What are verbs? 
  •  What are nouns? 
  •     When to spell out numbers 
  •  Business Writing Tips 
  • Ten Steps to Teaching Perfect Writing 
  • Ten Common Grammar, Punctuation, and Spelling Errors to Avoid in Business Writing 

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