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    • Verb Tenses in English Grammar
      • Table of Verb Tenses in English Grammar
      • Simple Present Tense in English Grammar
        • Simple Present – Exercises
        • Simple Present – affirmative forms of be (1) A1
        • Simple Present – affirmative forms of be (2) A1
        • Simple Present – negative forms of be A1
        • Simple Present – questions with be A1
        • Simple Present – contractions: be (1) A1
        • Simple Present – contractions: be (2) A1
        • Simple Present – mixed sentences with be A1
        • Simple Present – affirmative forms of have A1
        • Simple Present – negative forms of have A1
        • Simple Present – questions with have A1
        • Simple Present – have got: positive and negative A1
        • Simple Present – contractions: have got (1) A1
        • Simple Present – contractions: have got (2) A1
        • Simple Present – 3rd person s (1) A1
        • Simple Present – 3rd person s (2) A1
        • Simple Present – affirmative (1) A1
        • Simple Present – affirmative (2) A1
        • Simple Present – affirmative (3) A1
        • Simple Present – negative: don’t/doesn’t A1
        • Simple Present – negative (1) A1
        • Simple Present – negative (2) A2
        • Simple Present – questions A1
        • Simple Present – questions and short answers A1
        • Simple Present – regular actions A1
        • Simple Present – facts A1
        • Simple Present – series of events A2
        • Simple Present – wh-questions A2
        • Simple Present – sentences A2
        • Simple Present – static verbs A2
        • Simple Present – future actions B1
        • Simple Present – Finn and Carla A2
      • Present Progressive Tense in English Grammar
        • Present Progressive – Exercises
        • Present Progressive – spelling test (1) A1
        • Present Progressive – spelling test (2) A2
        • Present Progressive – contractions: be A1
        • Present Progressive – affirmative (1) A1
        • Present Progressive – affirmative (2) A1
        • Present Progressive – negative (1) A1
        • Present Progressive – negative (2) A1
        • Present Progressive – questions A1
        • Present Progressive – questions (2) A2
        • Present Progressive – questions and short answers A2
        • Present Progressive – wh-questions A2
        • Present Progressive – mixed sentences A2
        • Present Progressive – mixed (1) A2
        • Present Progressive – mixed (2) A2
        • Present Progressive – actions in progress A1
        • Present Progressive – future actions A2
        • Present Progressive – temporary situations B1
        • Present Progressive – around now B1
        • Present Progressive – changing situations B2
        • Present Progressive – future plans (1) B1
        • Present Progressive – future plans (2) B1
        • Present Progressive – future plans (3) B1
      • Simple Past Tense in English Grammar
        • Simple Past – Exercises
        • Simple Past – was/were (1) A1
        • Simple Past – was not/were not A1
        • Simple Past – was/were questions A1
        • Simple Past – was/were (2) A1
        • Simple Past – was/were (3) A2
        • Simple Past – was/were mixed A2
        • Simple Past – regular verbs (1) A1
        • Simple Past – regular verbs (2) A1
        • Simple Past – regular verbs (3) A1
        • Simple Past – irregular verbs (1) A1
        • Simple Past – irregular verbs (2) A1
        • Simple Past – irregular verbs (3) A1
        • Simple Past – regular and irregular verbs
        • Simple Past – affirmative (1) A1
        • Simple Past – affirmative (2) A1
        • Simple Past – negative (1) A1
        • Simple Past – negative (2) A1
        • Simple Past – negative (3) A2
        • Simple Past – negative (4) A1
        • Simple Past – positive or negative? A2
        • Simple Past – questions (1) A1
        • Simple Past – questions (2) A1
        • Simple Past – questions (3) A2
        • Simple Past – questions (4) A1
        • Simple Past – positives, negatives and questions B1
        • Simple Past – questions and short answers A2
        • Simple Past – wh- questions (1) A2
        • Simple Past – wh- questions (2) A2
        • Simple Past – wh- questions (3) A2
        • Simple Past – mixed (2) A2
        • Simple Past – one-off past actions (1) A1
        • Simple Past – one-off past actions (2) A1
        • Simple Past – repeated past actions A1
        • Simple Past – one off/repeated actions A1
        • Simple Past – successive actions A1
        • Simple Past – interruptions B1
        • Simple Past – second conditional B1
        • Simple Past – telling stories (1) A2
        • Simple Past – telling stories (2) A1
        • Simple Past – Tom and Nancy B1
        • Simple Past – Salma and Fran A2
        • Simple Past – Holly and Joe A2
        • Simple Past – Chanel the parrot A2
        • Simple Past – Amelia Earhart A2
        • Simple Past – Katherine G. Johnson A2
      • Past Progressive Tense in English Grammar
        • Past Progressive – Exercises
        • Past Progressive – spelling test A2
        • Past Progressive – was/were A2
        • Past Progressive – affirmative (1) A2
        • Past Progressive – affirmative (2) A2
        • Past Progressive – negative (1) B1
        • Past Progressive – negative (2) B1
        • Past Progressive – negative (3) A2
        • Past Progressive – questions B1
        • Past Progressive – positives, negatives, questions (1) B1
        • Past Progressive – positives, negatives, questions (2) B1
        • Past Progressive – short answers B1
        • Past Progressive – question words (1) B1
        • Past Progressive – question words (2) A2
        • Past Progressive – dialogue A2
        • Past Progressive – actions in progress (1) B1
        • Past Progressive – actions in progress (2) A2
        • Past Progressive – simultaneous actions (1) B1
        • Past Progressive – simultaneous actions (2) A2
        • Past Progressive – interrupted action B1
        • Past Progressive – excuses B1
        • Past Progressive – setting the scene A2
        • Past Progressive – graduation day A2
        • Past Progressive – an interrogation A2
      • Present Perfect Tense in English Grammar
        • Present Perfect Simple – Exercises
        • Present Perfect Simple – regular verbs A2
        • Present Perfect Simple – irregular verbs (1) A2
        • Present Perfect Simple – irregular verbs (2) A2
        • Present Perfect Simple – contractions: have A2
        • Present Perfect Simple – contractions (2) B1
        • Present Perfect Simple – positive sentences (1) A2
        • Present Perfect Simple – positive sentences (2) A2
        • Present Perfect Simple – negatives (1) A2
        • Present Perfect Simple – negatives (2) A2
        • Present Perfect Simple – questions (1) A2
        • Present Perfect Simple – questions (2) A2
        • Present Perfect Simple – questions and short answers B1
        • Present Perfect Simple – mixed sentences (1) B1
        • Present Perfect Simple – mixed sentences (2) B1
        • Present Perfect Simple – mixed sentences (3) A2
        • Present Perfect Simple – ever/never (1) B1
        • Present Perfect Simple – ever/never (2) A2
        • Present Perfect Simple – ever/never (3) A2
        • Present Perfect Simple – ever/never (4) A2
        • Present Perfect Simple – experiences B1
        • Present Perfect Simple – recently completed actions B1
        • Present Perfect Simple – influence on the present B1
        • Present Perfect Simple – actions without time markers B1
        • Present Perfect Simple – just/already/yet (1) B1
        • Present Perfect Simple – just/already/yet (2) B1
        • Present Perfect Simple – just/already/yet (3) A2
        • Present Perfect Simple – just/already/yet (4) B1
        • Present Perfect Simple – been/gone (1) B1
        • Present Perfect Simple – been/gone (2) B1
        • Present Perfect Simple – mixed (2) B1
        • Present Perfect Simple – dialogue (1) B1
        • Present Perfect Simple – dialogue (2) B1
        • Present Perfect Simple – Technical Difficulties B2
      • Present Perfect Progressive Tense in English Grammar
        • Present Perfect Progressive – Exercises
        • Present Perfect Progressive – have or has A2
        • Present Perfect Progressive – spelling test B1
        • Present Perfect Progressive – affirmative (1) B1
        • Present Perfect Progressive – affirmative (2) B1
        • Present Perfect Progressive – negative (1) B1
        • Present Perfect Progressive – negative (2) B1
        • Present Perfect Progressive – questions (1) B1
        • Present Perfect Progressive – questions (2) B1
        • Present Perfect Progressive – questions (3) B1
        • Present Perfect Progressive – short answers B1
        • Present Perfect Progressive – mixed (2) B1
        • Present Perfect Progressive – for/since B1
        • Present Perfect Progressive – How long? B2
        • Present Perfect Progressive – recently completed actions B2
        • Present Perfect Progressive – single continuing action (1) B2
        • Present Perfect Progressive – single continuing action (2) B2
        • Present Perfect Progressive – repeated actions B2
      • Past Perfect Tense in English Grammar
        • Past Perfect Simple – Exercises
        • Past Perfect Simple – regular verbs A2
        • Past Perfect Simple – irregular verbs A2
        • Past Perfect Simple – affirmative (1) A2
        • Past Perfect Simple – affirmative (2) B1
        • Past Perfect Simple – negative (1) B1
        • Past Perfect Simple – negative (2) B1
        • Past Perfect Simple – questions (1) B1
        • Past Perfect Simple – questions (2) B1
        • Past Perfect Simple – mixed (1) B1
        • Past Perfect Simple – mixed (2) B1
        • Past Perfect Simple – before a time in the past B2
        • Past Perfect Simple – third conditional B2
      • Past Perfect Progressive Tense in English Grammar
        • Past Perfect Progressive – Exercises
        • Past Perfect Progressive – spelling test B2
        • Past Perfect Progressive – affirmative B2
        • Past Perfect Progressive – negative B2
        • Past Perfect Progressive – interrogative B2
        • Past Perfect Progressive – mixed (1) B1
        • Past Perfect Progressive – mixed (2) B2
        • Past Perfect Progressive – positives, negatives & questions B2
        • Past Perfect Progressive – interrupted actions B2
        • Past Perfect Progressive – completed actions B2
        • Past Perfect Progressive – incomplete actions B2
        • Past Perfect Progressive – in use B2
      • Will + infinitive – Simple Future in English Grammar
        • Future Simple (will) – Exercises
        • Future Simple (will) – contractions A2
        • Future Simple (will) – affirmative (1) A2
        • Future Simple (will) – affirmative (2) A2
        • Future Simple (will) – affirmative (3) A2
        • Future Simple (will) – negative (1) A2
        • Future Simple (will) – negative (2) A2
        • Future Simple (will) – questions (1) A2
        • Future Simple (will) – questions (2) A2
        • Future Simple (will) – questions (3) A2
        • Future Simple (will) – mixed (1) A2
        • Future Simple (will) – mixed (2) A2
        • Future Simple (will) – The World in 50 Years A2
        • Future Simple (will) – spontaneous decisions B1
        • Future Simple (will) – opinions, hopes, predictions B1
        • Future Simple (will) – promises B1
        • Future Simple (will) – offers and requests B1
        • Future Simple (will) – first conditional B1
      • Be going to – Simple Future in English Grammar
        • Future Simple (going to) – Exercises
        • Future Simple (going to) – affirmative (1) A2
        • Future Simple (going to) – affirmative (2) B1
        • Future Simple (going to) – negative (1) A2
        • Future Simple (going to) – negative (2) B1
        • Future Simple (going to) – yes/no questions A2
        • Future Simple (going to) – wh- questions A2
        • Future Simple (going to) – mixed (1) A2
        • Future Simple (going to) – mixed (2) A2
        • Future Simple (going to) – mixed (3) B1
        • Future Simple (going to) – future plans B1
        • Future Simple (going to) – logical conclusions (1) B1
        • Future Simple (going to) – logical conclusions (2) B1
        • Future Simple (going to) – review B1
      • Future Progressive Tense in English Grammar
        • Future Progressive – Exercises
        • Future Progressive – spelling test B1
        • Future Progressive – affirmative B1
        • Future Progressive – negative B1
        • Future Progressive – questions B2
        • Future Progressive – mixed (1) B1
        • Future Progressive – mixed (2) B1
        • Future Progressive – actions in progress B1
        • Future Progressive – future events B2
      • Future Perfect Tense in English Grammar
        • Future Perfect Simple – Exercises
        • Future Perfect Simple – test (regular verbs) B2
        • Future Perfect Simple – test (irregular verbs) B2
        • Future Perfect Simple – affirmative B2
        • Future Perfect Simple – negative B2
        • Future Perfect Simple – questions B2
        • Future Perfect Simple – completed actions B2
        • Future Perfect Simple – predictions B2
      • Future Perfect Progressive Tense in English Grammar
      • List of Irregular Verbs in English Grammar
        • Irregular Verbs – Exercises
        • Irregular Verbs – Extra Practise A1
        • Irregular Verbs – Type 2 Conjugation A1
        • Irregular Verbs – Type 3 Conjugation A1
        • Irregular Verbs – Conjugation (1) A1
        • Irregular Verbs – Past Simple A2
        • Irregular Verbs – Conjugation (2) B1
        • Irregular Verbs – Present Perfect Questions B1
        • Irregular Verbs – Passive Sentences (1) B1
        • Irregular Verbs – Text Completion (1) B1
        • Irregular Verbs – Passive Sentences (2) B2
        • Irregular Verbs – Text Completion (2) B2
        • Irregular Verbs – Sentences C1
    • Comparison of Verb Tenses in English Grammar
      • Simple Present or Present Progressive in English Grammar
        • Simple Present/Present Progressive – Exercises
        • Simple Present – Present Progressive: comparison 1 A2
        • Simple Present – Present Progressive: comparison 2 B1
        • Simple Present – Present Progressive: comparison 3 B1
        • Simple Present – Present Progressive (1) A2
        • Simple Present – Present Progressive (2) A2
        • Simple Present – Present Progressive: Business Partners A2
        • Simple Present – Present Progressive: questions A2
        • Simple Present – Present Progressive: Meet Melanie A2
        • Simple Present – Present Progressive (4) B1
        • Simple Present – Present Progressive (5) B1
        • Simple Present – Present Progressive (6) B1
        • Simple Present – Present Progressive (7) B2
        • Simple Present – Present Progressive (8) B2
      • Simple Present or Present Perfect Progressive – English Tense Comparison
      • Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Progressive
        • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – Exercises
        • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – positive (1) B2
        • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – positive (2) B2
        • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – negative B2
        • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – questions (1) B2
        • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – questions (2) B2
        • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – questions (3) B2
        • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – mixed B2
        • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – completed or in progress? B2
        • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – non-progressive verbs B2
        • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – verbs with another meaning B2
        • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – review B1
        • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – Mixed Sentences B2
      • Simple Past or Past Progressive – English Tense Comparison
        • Past Simple/Progressive – Exercises
        • Simple Past – Past Progressive (1) A2
        • Simple Past – Past Progressive (2) A2
        • Simple Past – Past Progressive (3) A2
        • Simple Past – Past Progressive (4) A2
        • Simple Past – Past Progressive (5) B1
        • Simple Past – Past Progressive (6) B1
        • Simple Past – Past Progressive (7) B1
        • Simple Past – Past Progressive (8) B1
        • Simple Past – Past Progressive: ongoing vs. newly occurring B1
        • Simple Past – Past Progressive: sequential vs. simultaneous B1
        • Simple Past – Past Progressive: dialogues B1
        • Simple Past – Past Progressive: a nightmare journey B1
        • Simple Past – Past Progressive – The Case of the Missing Pearl B1
      • Simple Past or Present Perfect Simple – English Tense Comparison
        • Simple Past/Present Perfect Simple – Exercises
        • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple: comparison 1 B1
        • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple: comparison 2 B1
        • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple: comparison 3 B1
        • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple (1) B1
        • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple (2) B1
        • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple (3) B1
        • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple (4) B1
        • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple (5) B1
        • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple (6) B1
        • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple (7) B2
        • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple (8) B2
        • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple – J.K. Rowling B1
        • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple – Cristiano Ronaldo B1
      • Simple Past or Past Perfect – English Tense Comparison
        • Simple Past/Past Perfect – Exercises
        • Simple Past – Past Perfect Simple (1) B1
        • Simple Past – Past Perfect Simple (2) B1
        • Simple Past – Past Perfect Simple (3) B1
        • Simple Past – Past Perfect Simple (4) B1
        • Simple Past – Past Perfect Simple (5) B1
        • Simple Past – Past Perfect Simple: order of events B1
        • Simple Past – Past Perfect Simple: signal words B1
        • Simple Past – Past Perfect Simple: a mystery caller B1
        • Simple Past – Past Perfect Simple: a ghost on the beach? B1
      • English Present Tenses Comparison
        • Present Tenses – Exercises
        • Present Tenses – A Flat Tyre B1
        • Present Tenses – At the Ice-cream Parlour B1
        • Present Tenses – Meet Emma B1
        • Present Tenses – The World Beard and Moustache Championships B1
        • Present Tenses – Rita and Dylan B1
        • Present Tenses – mixed B2
        • Present Tenses – The Finnegan Family B2
        • Present Tenses – The National Spelling Bee B2
        • Present Tenses – Coffee Crazy Indonesia B2
        • Present Tenses – The Pet Hotel B2
      • English Past Tense Comparison
        • Past Tenses – Exercises
        • Past Tenses – find the mistake B1
        • Past Tenses – an engagement B1
        • Past Tenses – last weekend B1
        • Past Tenses – when I was a child … B1
        • Past Tenses – a family Christmas card B1
        • Past Tenses – dream home or haunted house? B2
        • Past Tenses – telling stories (1) B2
        • Past Tenses – telling stories (2) B2
        • Past Tenses – David Bowie B2
        • Past Tenses – James Cook (1728 – 1779) B2
        • Past Tenses – Ellis Island B2
        • Past Tenses – The East India Trading Company B2
        • Past Tenses – The Eurovision Song Contest B2
        • Past Tenses – The Stolen Masterpiece C1
      • English Future Tense Comparison
        • Future Tenses – Exercises
        • Future Tenses – will or going to (1) B1
        • Future Tenses – will or going to (2) B1
        • Future Tenses – will or going to (3) B1
        • Future Tenses – will or going to (4) B1
        • Future Tenses – present simple or progressive (1) B1
        • Future Tenses – present simple or progressive (2) B1
        • Future Tenses – present simple or progressive (3) B1
        • Future Tenses – present simple or progressive (4) B1
        • Future Tenses – simple present or will B1
        • Future Tenses – our next holiday B1
        • Future Tenses – when I grow up … B1
        • Future Tenses – Rachel’s plans for the future B2
        • Future Tenses – talking about plans (1) B2
        • Future Tenses – talking about plans (2) B2
        • Future Tenses – talking about plans (3) B2
        • Future Tenses – mixed (1) B2
        • Future Tenses – mixed (2) B2
        • Future Tenses – mixed (3) B2
    • Verbs in English Grammar
      • Auxiliary Verbs in English Grammar
        • Auxiliary Verbs – Exercises
        • Auxiliary Verb or Main Verb – be A2
        • Auxiliary Verb or Main Verb – do A2
        • Auxiliary Verb or Main Verb – have A2
        • Auxiliary Verb or Main Verb – mixed (1) A2
        • Auxiliary Verb or Main Verb – mixed (2) A2
        • Auxiliary Verbs – do/have (1) A2
        • Auxiliary Verbs – do/have (2) A2
        • Auxiliary Verbs – be/do/have (1) A2
        • Auxiliary Verbs – be/do/have (2) B1
        • Auxiliary Verbs – negative sentences (1) A1
        • Auxiliary Verbs – negative sentences (2) A2
        • Auxiliary Verbs – negative sentences (3) B1
        • Auxiliary Verbs – questions (1) A1
        • Auxiliary Verbs – questions (2) A2
        • Auxiliary Verbs – questions (3) B1
      • Modal Verbs in English Grammar
        • Modal Verbs – Exercises
        • Modal Verbs – can/could A2
        • Modal Verbs – can/could/be able to B1
        • Modal Verbs – can/may B1
        • Modal Verbs – must/have to/mustn’t/not allowed to B1
        • Modal Verbs – will/shall B1
        • Modal Verbs and Alternatives (1) B2
        • Modal Verbs and Alternatives (2) B2
        • Modal Verbs – negatives (1) A2
        • Modal Verbs – negative (2) B1
        • Modal Verbs – questions B1
        • Modal Verbs for Ability A2
        • Modal Verbs for Advice (1) A2
        • Modal Verbs for Advice (2) B1
      • Stative Verbs
        • Stative Verbs – Exercises
        • Stative verbs – identification A2
        • Stative verbs – present simple/present progressive A2
        • Stative verbs – the senses A2
        • Stative verbs – common mistakes (1) B1
        • Stative verbs – common mistakes (2) B1
        • Stative verbs – present perfect tenses B1
        • Stative verbs – verbs with a change of meaning B1
        • Stative verbs – other structures B1
      • Gerund or Infinitive – English Verb Patterns
        • Infinitive/Gerund – Exercises
        • Gerund as the subject of a sentence A1
        • Infinitive or gerund after verbs (1) A1
        • Infinitive or gerund after verbs (2) B1
        • Infinitive or gerund after verbs (3) B1
        • Infinitive or gerund after verbs (4) B1
        • Infinitive with or without to A2
        • Infinitive or gerund after adjectives (1) A2
        • Infinitive or gerund after adjectives (2) B1
        • Infinitive or gerund after nouns B1
        • Expressions with infinitive or gerund B2
      • Participles – Present, Past and Perfect
        • Participles – Exercises
        • Participles – present & past A2
        • Participles – present A2
        • Participles – past A2
        • Participles – present or past (1) A2
        • Participles – present or past (2) B1
        • Participles – perfect (active voice) B2
        • Participles – perfect (passive voice) B2
      • Phrasal Verbs in English Grammar
        • Phrasal Verbs – Exercises
        • Phrasal verbs and particles A2
        • Phrasal verbs – on/off (1) A2
        • Phrasal verbs – on/off (2) B1
        • Phrasal verbs – down/up B1
        • Phrasal verbs – in/out B1
        • Phrasal verbs – away/back/forward B1
        • Phrasal verbs – separable/inseparable (1) B1
        • Phrasal verbs – separable/inseparable (2) B1
        • Phrasal verbs with different meanings B2
        • Phrasal verbs – mixed B2
      • Passive Voice in English Grammar
        • Passive Voice – Exercises
        • Passive voice in simple present A2
        • Passive voice in simple past A2
        • Passive voice in present progressive B1
        • Passive voice in past progressive B1
        • Passive voice in present perfect simple B1
        • Passive voice in past perfect B2
        • Passive voice in past tenses B1
        • Passive voice in future simple B1
        • Passive voice in future perfect B2
        • Passive voice in future tenses B2
        • Passive voice – sentences with 2 objects (1) B1
        • Passive voice – sentences with 2 objects (2) B1
        • Passive voice: impersonal passive with it B2
        • Passive voice: personal passive B2
        • Passive voice mixed B2
        • Active or passive – Hadrian’s Wall C1
      • Imperative – Orders and Commands in English Grammar
        • Imperative – Exercises
        • Imperative commands – at the beach (positive) A2
        • Imperative – puppy school (positive) A2
        • Imperative – a recipe (positive) B1
        • Imperative – at school (negative) A2
        • Imperative – in the gym (negative) A2
        • Imperative – positive and negative (1) A2
        • Imperative – positive and negative (2) A2
      • Subjunctive Mood in English Grammar
    • Nouns in English Grammar
      • Plural Nouns in English Grammar
        • Plurals – Exercises
        • Plural – spelling (1) A1
        • Plural – irregular A1
        • Plural – spelling (2) A2
        • Plural – mixed A2
        • Plural – spelling (3) B1
      • Countable and Uncountable Nouns in English
        • Countable/Uncountable Nouns – Exercises
        • Countable/Uncountable Nouns – food and drink A1
        • Countable/Uncountable Nouns – collections A2
        • Countable/Uncountable Nouns – counting uncountable nouns A2
        • Countable/Uncountable Nouns – singular/plural B1
        • Countable/Uncountable Nouns – little/few A2
        • Countable/Uncountable Nouns – much/many A2
        • Countable/Uncountable Nouns – questions A2
        • Countable/Uncountable Nouns – on holiday B1
        • Countable/Uncountable Nouns – environmental issues B2
        • Countable/Uncountable Nouns – countable and uncountable forms B2
        • Countable/Uncountable Nouns – a recruitment consultant C1
      • Collective Nouns in English Grammar
        • Collective Nouns – Exercises
        • Collective Nouns – vocabulary (animals) B1
        • Collective Nouns (1) B1
        • Collective Nouns (2) B1
        • Collective Nouns – vocabulary (people) B2
        • Collective Nouns – vocabulary (other) B2
        • Collective Nouns (3) B2
        • Collective Nouns (4) B2
      • Possessive Nouns in English Grammar
        • Possessive Case of Nouns – Exercises
        • Possessive – s A1
        • Possessive – ’s or s’ A1
        • Possessive with of A2
        • Possessive – true or false A2
        • Possessive – s or of (1) A2
        • Possessive – s or of (2) B1
    • Articles in English Grammar
      • Articles – Exercises
      • Articles – a/an (1) A1
      • Articles – a/an (2) A2
      • Articles – a/an (3) B1
      • Articles – a/an/the A1
      • Articles – a/an/the/no article A2
      • Articles – the/no article A2
      • Articles – The Tortoise and the Hare B1
      • Articles – Little Red Riding Hood A2
    • Pronouns and Determiners in English Grammar
      • Personal Pronouns in English Grammar
        • Personal Pronouns – Exercises
        • Subject Pronouns – singular A1
        • Subject Pronouns – plural A1
        • Subject Pronouns – singular/plural A1
        • Object Pronouns – singular A1
        • Object Pronouns – plural A1
        • Object Pronouns – singular/plural A1
        • Personal Pronouns – table A1
        • Personal Pronouns – subject or object (1) A1
        • Personal Pronouns – subject or object (2) A2
        • Personal Pronouns – subject or object (3) A2
      • Possessive Pronouns and Determiners in English Grammar
        • Possessive Pronouns and Determiners – Exercises
        • Possessive Determiners (1) A1
        • Possessive Determiners (2) A1
        • Possessive Determiners (3) A1
        • Possessive Pronouns (1) A2
        • Possessive Pronouns (2) A2
        • Possessive Pronouns (3) A2
        • Possessive pronouns and determiners – table A2
        • Possessive pronouns and determiners (1) A2
        • Possessive pronouns and determiners (2) A2
      • Reflexive Pronouns in English Grammar
        • Reflexive Pronouns – Exercises
        • Reflexive Pronouns (1) A1
        • Reflexive Pronouns (2) A2
        • Reflexive Pronouns (3) A2
        • Reflexive Pronouns (4) B1
        • Reflexive Pronouns – yourself/yourselves A2
        • Reflexive Pronouns – ourselves/themselves/each other A2
      • Relative Pronouns in English Grammar
        • Relative Pronouns – Exercises
        • Relative Pronouns – who/which (1) A2
        • Relative Pronouns – who/which (2) A2
        • Relative Pronouns – who/whose/whom B2
        • Relative Pronouns – who/which/that B1
        • Relative Pronouns – subject or object (1) B1
        • Relative Pronouns – subject or object (2) B1
        • Relative Pronouns with prepositions B2
        • Relative Pronouns – who/which/whom/that B1
      • Demonstratives in English Grammar
        • Demonstratives – Exercises
        • Demonstrative Pronouns – this/these A1
        • Demonstrative Pronouns – that/those A1
        • Demonstrative Pronouns – this/that A2
        • Demonstrative Pronouns – these/those A2
        • Demonstrative Pronouns – this/that/these/those A2
        • Demonstrative Pronouns – one/ones (1) B1
        • Demonstrative Pronouns – one/ones (2) B1
        • Demonstrative Pronouns – mixed (1) B1
      • Indefinite Pronouns in English Grammar
        • Indefinite Pronouns – Exercises
        • Indefinite Pronouns – something/someone A2
        • Indefinite Pronouns – anything/anyone A2
        • Indefinite Pronouns – everything/everybody A2
        • Indefinite Pronouns – nothing/nobody A2
        • Indefinite Pronouns – some–/any–/no- B1
        • Indefinite Pronouns – any-/no- (1) B1
        • Indefinite Pronouns – any-/no- (2) B1
        • Indefinite Pronouns – any-/every- B1
        • Indefinite Pronouns with they B1
        • Indefinite Pronouns – fairytale B1
        • Indefinite Pronouns – It’s not my job! B1
      • Quantifiers
        • Quantifiers – Exercises
        • Quantifiers – much/many/a lot of A2
        • Quantifiers – much/many negatives A2
        • Quantifiers – much/many questions A2
        • Quantifiers – much/many mixed A2
        • Quantifiers – few/little A2
        • Quantifiers – some/any sentences A2
        • Quantifiers – some/any questions A2
        • Quantifiers – quantifiers with of A2
        • Quantifiers – university text B1
        • Quantifiers – cafe text B1
      • Distributives: both, either, neither, every, each, all, none
        • Distributives – Exercises
        • Distributives – both/both of A2
        • Distributives – either/neither A2
        • Distributives – either of/neither of (1) A2
        • Distributives – either of/neither of (2) A2
        • Distributives – neither in responses B1
        • Distributives – each/every A2
        • Distributives – all/no/none of A2
        • Distributives – distributives with of A2
        • Distributives – friends text A2
    • Adjectives in English Grammar
      • Adjective Formation in English Grammar
        • Making Adjectives – Exercises
        • Adjectives from Nouns (1) B1
        • Adjectives from Nouns (2) B1
        • Adjective from Verbs (1) B1
        • Adjectives from Verbs (2) B1
        • Adjectives – -ing and -ed (1) B1
        • Adjectives -ing and -ed (2) B1
        • Adjectives – Nationalities (1) A1
        • Adjectives – Nationalities (2) A1
        • Adjectives – Opposites (1) B2
        • Adjectives – Opposites (2) B2
      • Comparative and Superlative Adjectives in English Grammar
        • Adjectives – Exercises
        • Basic Adjectives (vocabulary) A1
        • Comparative Adjectives (1) A1
        • Comparative Adjectives (2) A2
        • Comparative Adjectives with as ... as (1) A2
        • Comparative adjectives with as ... as (2) B1
        • Superlative Adjectives (1) A1
        • Superlative Adjectives (2) A2
        • Comparative and Superlative Adjectives (regular) A1
        • Comparative and Superlative Adjectives (irregular) A1
        • Comparative and Superlative Adjectives (1) A2
        • Comparative and Superlative Adjectives (2) A2
        • Comparative and Superlative Adjectives – L.A. A2
        • Comparative and Superlative Adjectives – London A2
        • Comparative and Superlative Adjectives – Three Little Pigs A2
        • Adjective Order B1
        • Gradable Adjectives B1
    • Adverbs in English Grammar
      • Adverbs – Exercises
      • Basic Adverbs A2
      • Regular Adverbs A2
      • Irregular Adverbs B1
      • Making Adverbs (1) A2
      • Making Adverbs (2) A2
      • Comparative Adverbs B1
      • Superlative Adverbs B1
      • Comparative and Superlative Adverbs B1
      • Adverbs – mixed A2
      • Types of Adverbs and Adverb Word Order
        • Position of Adverbs – Exercises
        • Adverb Position – frequency (1) A1
        • Adverb Position – frequency (2) B1
        • Adverb Position – manner (1) A2
        • Adverb Position – manner (2) B1
        • Adverb Position – place B1
        • Adverb Position – time B1
        • Adverb Position – place and time (1) B1
        • Adverb Position – place and time (2) B1
        • Adverb Position – mixed (1) B1
        • Adverb Position – mixed (2) A2
      • Adjective or Adverb in English Grammar
        • Adjective or Adverb – Exercises
        • Adjective or Adverb (1) A2
        • Adjective or Adverb (2) B1
        • Adjective or Adverb (3) B1
        • Adjective or Adverb – Niagara Falls A2
        • Adjective or Adverb – The Golden Gate Bridge B1
        • Adjective or Adverb – confusing pairs B1
    • Conditionals & If Clauses in English Grammar
      • Conditionals – Exercises
      • Conditionals – comparing conditionals (1) B2
      • Conditionals – comparing conditionals (2) C1
      • Conditionals – comparing conditionals (3) C1
      • Conditionals – comparing conditionals (4) C1
      • Zero Conditional If-Clauses in English Grammar
        • Zero Conditional – Exercises
        • Zero Conditional – mixed (1) A1
        • Zero Conditional – mixed (2) A1
        • Zero Conditional – mixed (3) A1
        • Zero Conditional – word order A2
      • First Conditional If-Clauses in English Grammar
        • First Conditional – Exercises
        • First Conditional – multiple choice A2
        • First Conditional – correct or incorrect? A2
        • First Conditional – mixed (1) A2
        • First Conditional – mixed (2) A2
        • First Conditional – questions A2
        • First Conditional – mixed (3) A2
        • First Conditional – if vs. when B1
        • First Conditional – superstitions B1
        • First Conditional – offers and promises A2
        • First Conditional – consequences and warnings B1
        • First Conditional – review B1
        • First Conditional – dialogue B1
        • First vs. Zero Conditional B1
      • Second Conditional If-Clauses in English Grammar
        • Second Conditional – Exercises
        • Second Conditional – multiple choice B1
        • Second Conditional – word order B1
        • Second Conditional – if-clauses & main clauses A2
        • Second Conditional – mixed sentences (1) B1
        • Second Conditional – hypothetical questions B1
        • Second Conditional – mixed sentences (2) B1
        • Second Conditional – mixed sentences (3) A2
        • Second Conditional – giving advice B1
        • Second Conditional – imagining life as different B1
        • Second Conditional – making excuses B1
        • Second Conditional – modal verbs B1
        • Second Conditional – review (1) B1
        • Second Conditional – dialogue B1
        • Second vs. First Conditional (1) B1
        • Second vs. First Conditional (2) B1
      • Third Conditional If-Clauses in English Grammar
        • Third Conditional – Exercises
        • Third Conditional – multiple choice (1) B1
        • Third Conditional – multiple choice (2) B1
        • Third Conditional – if-clauses & main clauses B1
        • Third Conditional – sentences (1) B1
        • Third Conditional – sentences (2) B1
        • Third Conditional – negative sentences B1
        • Third Conditional – sentences (3) B1
        • Third Conditional – sentences (4) B1
        • Third Conditional – looking back B1
        • Third Conditional – giving feedback and criticism B1
        • Third Conditional – reimagining the past B1
        • Third Conditional – dialogue B1
        • Third vs. Second Conditional (1) B2
        • Third vs. Second Conditional (2) B2
      • Mixed Conditionals
        • Mixed Conditionals – Exercises
        • Mixed Conditionals – multiple choice (1) C1
        • Mixed Conditionals – multiple choice (2) C1
        • Mixed Conditionals – sentences (1) C1
        • Mixed Conditionals – sentences (2) C1
        • Mixed Conditionals – dialogue C1
        • Mixed Conditionals – comparing conditionals (1) C1
        • Mixed Conditionals – comparing conditionals (2) C1
        • Mixed Conditionals – comparing conditionals (3) C1
        • Mixed Conditionals – comparing conditionals (4) C1
      • Inverted Conditionals
        • Inverted Conditionals – Exercises
        • Inverted Conditionals – multiple choice (1) C1
        • Inverted Conditionals – multiple choice (2) C1
        • Inverted Conditionals – 1st conditional sentence transformation (1) C1
        • Inverted Conditionals – 1st conditional sentence transformation (2) C1
        • Inverted Conditionals – 3rd conditional sentence transformation (1) C1
        • Inverted Conditionals – 3rd conditional sentence transformation (2) C1
        • Inverted Conditionals – word order C1
      • Conditional Conjunctions
        • Conditional Conjunctions – Exercises
        • Conditional Conjunctions – multiple choice (1) B1
        • Conditional Conjunctions – multiple choice (2) B1
        • Conditional Conjunctions – sentence transformation with unless (1) B1
        • Conditional Conjunctions – sentence transformation with unless (2) B1
      • Sentences with *wish* and *if only*
        • Wish/if only– Exercises
        • Wish/if only – present situations (1) B1
        • Wish/if only – present situations (2) B1
        • Wish/if only – past situations (1) B2
        • Wish/if only – past situations (2) B2
        • Wish/if only – multiple choice (1) B2
        • Wish/if only – multiple choice (2) B2
        • Wish/if only – wishes and regrets B2
        • Wish/if only – expressing annoyance B2
    • Prepositions in English Grammar
      • Prepositions – Exercises
      • Prepositions of Time – in/at/on A1
      • Prepositions of Time – for/since/ago B1
      • Prepositions of Time – mixed (1) B1
      • Prepositions of Time – mixed (2) B1
      • Prepositions of Place – in/at/on A1
      • Prepositions of Place – mixed (1) A2
      • Prepositions of Place – mixed (2) A2
      • Prepositions of Place – mixed (3) A2
      • Prepositions – other B1
      • Prepositions – time/place/other A1
    • Sentences in English Grammar
      • Word Order in English Sentences
        • Declarative Sentences – Exercises
        • Declarative Sentences – sentence components (1) A1
        • Declarative Sentences – sentence components (2) A2
        • Declarative Sentences – word order (1) A1
        • Declarative Sentences – word order (2) A2
        • Declarative Sentences – word order (3) A2
        • Declarative Sentences – word order (4) B1
        • Declarative Sentences – word order (5) A2
        • Declarative Sentences – dependent clauses B1
      • Negative Sentences in English Grammar
        • Negation- Exercises
        • Negation (1) A2
        • Negation (2) B1
        • Negation – auxiliary verbs (1) A1
        • Negation – auxiliary verbs (2) A2
        • Negation – have/have got A2
        • Negation – which auxiliary verb? (1) A2
        • Negation – which auxiliary verb? (2) B1
        • Negation – simple present A1
        • Negation – simple past A1
        • Negation – present progressive A1
        • Negation – past progressive B1
        • Negation – present perfect B1
        • Negation – past perfect B2
        • Negation – future tenses B2
      • Questions in English Grammar
        • Questions – Exercises
        • Questions (1) A1
        • Questions (2) A2
        • Yes/No Questions (1) A1
        • Yes/No Questions (2) B1
        • Yes/No Questions (3) B1
        • Wh- Questions (1) A1
        • Wh- Questions (2) A2
        • Wh- Questions (3) A2
        • Wh- Questions (4) B1
        • Questions with have A2
        • Questions with what or which A2
        • Subject Questions with who/what B1
        • Questions with who/what B1
      • Question Tags in English Grammar
        • Question Tags – Exercises
        • Question Tags with be A1
        • Question Tags with do A2
        • Question Tags with have A2
        • Positive Question Tags B1
        • Negative Question Tags B1
        • Positive Question Tags (2) B1
        • Negative Question Tags (2) B1
        • Question Tags – mixed B1
      • Short Answers In English Grammar
      • Conjunctions in English Grammar
        • Conjunctions – Exercises
        • Coordinating Conjunctions A2
        • Correlative Conjunctions B2
        • Conjunctions – word order B2
        • Subordinating Conjunctions – mixed B1
        • Subordinating Conjunctions – reason B1
        • Subordinating Conjunctions – contrast (although/whereas) B1
        • Subordinating Conjunctions – contrast (though/while) B1
        • Subordinating Conjunctions – purpose B1
        • Subordinating Conjunctions – condition (1) B1
        • Subordinating Conjunctions – condition (2) B1
        • Subordinating Conjunctions – time B1
        • Conjunctions – mixed (1) B2
        • Conjunctions – mixed (2) B2
      • Future Time Clauses
        • Future Time Clauses – Exercises
        • Future Time Clauses – multiple choice (1) A2
        • Future Time Clauses – multiple choice (2) A2
        • Future Time Clauses – sentence completion (1) B1
        • Future Time Clauses – sentence completion (2) B1
        • Future Time Clauses – word order B1
        • Future Time Clauses – text B1
      • Participle Clauses in English Grammar
        • Participle Clauses – Exercises
        • Participle Clauses – present participle (1) B2
        • Participle Clauses – present participle (2) B2
        • Participle Clauses – past participle B2
        • Participle Clauses – perfect participle B2
        • Participle Clauses – active and passive B2
        • Participle Clauses – mixed B1
      • Relative Clauses in English Grammar
        • Relative Clauses – Exercises
        • Relative Clauses – who/which B1
        • Relative Clauses with who/which/whose B1
        • Relative clauses with relative adverbs B2
        • Relative Clauses – contact clauses (1) B1
        • Relative Clauses – defining and non-defining B1
        • Relative clauses – Samuel Johnson B2
        • Relative Clauses – A Holiday in Scotland B2
      • Reported Speech in English Grammar
        • Reported Speech – Exercises
        • Reported Speech – pronoun shift B1
        • Reported Speech – place and time B1
        • Reported Speech – tense backshift (1) B2
        • Reported Speech – tense backshift (2) B2
        • Reported Speech – questions (1) B1
        • Reported Speech – questions (2) B2
        • Reported Speech – questions (3) B2
        • Reported Speech – questions (4) B2
        • Reported Speech – questions (5)
        • Reported Speech – questions – correct or incorrect? B1
        • Reported Speech – demands and requests (1) B2
        • Reported Speech – demands and requests (2) B2
        • Reported Speech – demands and requests (3) B2
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