Category: Grammar exercises

Relative clauses worksheet

Underline the relative (adjective) clauses used in the following sentences and identity the nouns modified by them. 1. The boys who created trouble in the class were suspended. 2. The mobile phone that I...

Tenses worksheet

Complete the following sentences using an appropriate verb form. 1. When I …………………. out of the window I ………………… the children playing in the park. (look, see) 2. Once upon a time, there …………………....

If clauses worksheet

Complete the following sentences using an appropriate conditional verb form. 1. If I ……………….. her name, I would tell you. a) know b) knew 2. If you eat too much, you ………………… fat. a)...

Tenses worksheet

Complete the following sentences using an appropriate tense form. 1. The boys …………………. out of the window. a) looked b) had looked 2. He …………………. as a bar tender before going abroad. a) worked...

General grammar exercise

Test your understanding of English grammar with these exercises. 1. I …………………… to Kamala yesterday. a) spoke b) have spoken c) had spoken 2. She is the prettiest girl in the whole universe, ……………………?...

Active and passive voice worksheet 2

Complete the following sentences using appropriate active or passive voice forms. 1. Those pyramids ………………. around 400 AD. a) built b) were built 2. The portrait …………………. by my grandmother. a) painted b) was...

Active and passive voice exercise

Many students have trouble using active and passive voices correctly. Some of them can’t even distinguish active forms from passive forms. State whether the verb forms in the following sentences are active or passive....

Big, large, great

Use big and large with concrete nouns; use great with abstract nouns.  Use big with countable abstract nouns; use great with uncountable abstract nouns. 1. Get your …………….. feet off mine. a) big b)...

Beside and besides

These expressions are often confused. Beside means ‘at the side of’, ‘by’ or ‘next to’. Besides is a preposition. It means ‘as well as’. Complete the following sentences using beside or besides. 1. Who...

Though, although and as

These are common subordinating conjunctions and they are often confused. Notes Though and although have the same meaning. They are interchangeable. In some structures, as can be used instead of though. Complete the following...