Relative pronouns worksheet

Fill in the blanks with appropriate relative pronouns. 1.    He is ……………………. a man as I honor. a)    such b)    that c)    what 2.    I… Continue reading

Participles exercise

Combine the following sentences using a participle. An example is given below. The sage took pity on the mouse. He turned it into a beautiful… Continue reading

Using Not

‘Not’ is one of the most common words in English. We use it to make negative sentences. We are friends. (Affirmative) We are not friends.… Continue reading

Sentence agreement

Collective nouns are words that refer to a group of people. Examples are: jury, commission, army, committee etc. A collective noun is followed by a… Continue reading