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Positive, comparative or superlative (beginner level)

October 21, 2013

Each sentence given below contains an adjective (or adverb). If the adjective/adverb is in the positive degree, write P against the sentence. If it is in the comparative degree, write C. If the adjective/adverb is in the superlative degree, write S. 1. India is the largest democracy in the world. (………………………..) 2. Susie is my […]

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Formation of questions: grammar worksheet

October 6, 2013

In a negative question the word not can have two positions. Study the examples given below. Wasn’t it surprising? (Here not goes after the auxiliary verb. In this case it is usually contracted.) Was it not surprising? (Here not goes after the subject. In this case it is not contracted.) Weren’t you upset? Were you […]

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First conditional worksheet

February 2, 2013

The first conditional forms are used to talk about situations that are possible in the present or in the future. Complete the following sentences using appropriate first conditional forms of the verbs given in the brackets. 1. If I have enough money, I ……………………….. (go) on vacation. 2. If she ………………………….. (wash) the clothes, I […]

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Second conditional worksheet

January 27, 2013

The second conditional is used to talk about unreal situations and their imaginary results. Complete the following sentences using appropriate second conditional forms of the verbs given in the brackets. 1. If he ……………………………. (start) early, he would finish in time. 2. If you worked harder, you …………………………. (do) well on the test. 3. If […]

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Simple present tense worksheet

December 21, 2012

The simple present tense is used to talk about general truths. It is also used to talk about time-tabled future events. Unlike other tense forms, the simple present tense has a special –s marking when the subject is a singular noun or a third person pronoun. Fill in the blanks with appropriate simple present tense […]

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Simple present tense worksheet

December 18, 2012

The simple present tense is used to talk about universal truths. It is also used to talk about things in general. Complete the following sentences using simple present tense forms. 1. What ……………………………. snakes eat? a) do b) does c) have 2. I ………………………………. TV every day. a) watch b) watches c) watched 3. My […]

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Relative pronouns worksheet

November 11, 2012

Relative pronouns are words like who, whom, whose, which and that. Sometimes the words what, when, where and why are also used like relative pronouns. Complete the following sentences using appropriate relative pronouns. Question 1 The thief ……………………………… stole the bicycle has been caught. that which who that or who Question 2 Show me the […]

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Future perfect tense worksheet

November 5, 2012

Read the following sentences. She will finish the job. When? By the end of this month. We can combine these two. She will have finished the job by the end of this month. Note that we use the future perfect tense to say that somebody will have done something by a certain time in the […]

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Sentence correction worksheet

October 30, 2012

Each sentence given below contains one of more errors. The error could be in the use of nouns, adjectives, verbs, prepositions or conjunctions. Find the error and rewrite the sentence correctly. 1. We all swum at the beach yesterday. 2. They hadn’t scarcely enough feed for their cattle. 3. The cow has trod on my […]

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Active and passive voice worksheet

October 26, 2012

Fill in the blanks with appropriate active or passive verb forms. Each question is followed by three suggested answers. Choose the most appropriate one. Question 1 Channel Islanders …………………………………………. English and French. a) speak b) is spoken c) is speaking Question 2 The roof is ……………………………………….. by a friend of ours. a) repairing b) being […]

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