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Grammar Resources

1. Verb Tenses

Simple Present

Be Verb in simple present

Be Verb, affirmative

Be Verb, negative

Be Verb, questions

Be Verb, practice

Simple Present, questions and negatives

Simple Present, affirmative

Making Questions, practice

 

Present Progressive

Forming the Present. Progressive, affirmative

Forming the Pres. Progressive, negative& questions

When to Use the Present Progressive

Present Progressive or Simple Present?

Verbs Not Used in Progressive (Stative Verbs)

 

 

Present Perfect and Present Perfect Progressive

Use and Meaning of the Present Perfect

Use and Meaning of the Present Perfect

Use and Meaning of the Present Perfect Progressive

Contrast- Present Perfect and Simple Past

Contrast- Pres. Perfect and Pres. Perfect Progress.

Contrast- Pres. Perfect and Pres. Perfect Progress.

 

Simple Past

Use and Meaning of Simple Past

Past tense of Be- questions

Past Tense Questions

Simple Past-  regular verbs

Simple Past- negative & questions

Question Form

List of Irregular Verbs

Irregular Verb Practice

 

Past Progressive

Use and Meaning of Past Continuous

Contrast- Simple Past and Past Continuous  

Form and Use of Past Continuous

 

Past Perfect and Past Perfect Progressive

Use and Meaning of Past Perfect

Use and Meaning of Past Perfect Progressive

Contrast- Past Perfect and Past Perfect Progressive

Contrast- Past Perfect and Simple Past

Contrast- Past Perfect and Simple Past

Contrast- Past Perfect and Simple Past

 

Future Tenses (Perfect and Progressive Also)

Meaning of Use of "Will"

Meaning and Use of "Be Going to"

Using Simple Present to Talk about the Future

Using Present Progressive to Talk about Future

Contrast- 4 Ways to Talk About the Future

Contrast- Different Ways to Talk About Future

Choosing Will or Be Going To

Use and Meaning of Future Perfect

Use and Meaning of Future Progressive

Contrast:  Future Perfect and Future Progressive

 

2.  Determiners, Articles, and Non-Count Nouns

Count and Non-Count Nouns

Recognize a Non-Count Noun

Using or Not Using an Article

Practice with Articles

Practice- A, An, The, or  Nothing

A Few/ A Little

Nouns and Quantifiers

Determiners, Articles, Quantifiers

Use and Nonuse of Articles

 

3. Adjectives, Adverbs, and Other Modifiers

Basic Adverbs

Order of Adjectives

Forming Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

Forming Comparative and Superlative Adverbs

Comparisons Quiz

Adverbs of Frequency

Irregular Adjectives

 

4. Prepositions 

List of Prepositions/About Prepositional Phrases

Prepositions of Time

Prepositions of Time- practice

Prepositions of Location- practice

Prepositions of Position-practice

Prepositions of Direction-practice

Practice with Prepositional Phrases

 

5. Parts of A Sentence and Parts of Speech

The 8 Parts of Speech- Tutorial and Practice

Overview - Parts of Sentence/Parts of Speech

Subject, Verb- How to Find Them

Find the Subject of a Sentence

Action, Linking and Helping Verbs

Irregular Verb List and Practice

Phrasal Verbs

 

6.  Clauses and Avoiding Run-Ons and Fragments,

Dependent and Independent Clauses

Avoiding Fused Sentences, Comma Splices, and Run-Ons

The Subordinate (Dependent) Clause

Coordinating Conjunctions (FANBOYS)

About Coordinating Conjunctions (FANBOYS)

Identify and Fixing Fragments

Adjective Clauses (Relative Clauses)    (See also Relative Pronouns in Pronouns)

 

7.  Gerunds, Infinitives, Past and Present Participles

What's a Gerund?

Infinitive or Gerund?  Practice Quiz

 

8.  Subject Verb Agreement

About Subject- Verb Agreement

  Subject-Verb Agreement Quiz

 

9.  Parallel Structure

What is Parallel Structure?

Parallelism with Common Connectors

Basic Parallel Structure and Practice

 

10.  Pronouns

Types of Pronouns

Pronoun Reference 

Pronoun Antecedent Agreement

Pronoun Case

Using Pronouns Clearly

Beginning Level- Personal Pronouns

Beginning Level - This, That, These, Those

Beginning Level- This, That, These, Those- Practice

Beginning Level- Object Pronoun Practice

 Relative Pronouns

More Practice with Relative Pronouns

 

11.  Conditionals

All Conditionals- Tutorial and Practice

The 3rd Conditional

 

12.  Active and Passive Voice

Active and Passive Voice Explanation

Active and Passive Practice Quiz

 

13.  Modals

Beginning Level- Can, Could, Be Able to

Beginning Level- Have to, Must, Must not

 

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