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English Grammar Exercises

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List of English Grammar Exercises

Parts of Speech:

Identify nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections in sentences.

Fill in the blanks with the appropriate parts of speech.

Sentence Structure:

Rearrange jumbled sentences to form coherent ones.

Identify subjects, predicates, and objects in sentences.

Combine sentences using conjunctions or relative pronouns.

Punctuation:

Add missing punctuation marks (commas, periods, question marks, exclamation marks, colons, semicolons, apostrophes) in sentences.

Rewrite sentences with incorrect punctuation.

Subject-Verb Agreement:

Choose the correct verb form to match the subject in sentences.

Identify and correct subject-verb agreement errors.

Tenses:

Complete sentences with the appropriate verb tense (present simple, present continuous, past simple, past continuous, present perfect, past perfect, future simple, etc.).

Rewrite sentences, changing the verb tense as instructed.

Modifiers:

Identify and correct misplaced or dangling modifiers.

Complete sentences with appropriate adjectives or adverbs.

Conditionals:

Complete sentences using the correct conditional form (zero, first, second, third, mixed).

Rewrite sentences, changing the conditional structure.

Direct and Indirect Speech:

Rewrite sentences from direct to indirect speech or vice versa.

Identify and correct errors in reported speech.

Articles:

Choose the correct article (a, an, the) to complete sentences.

Rewrite sentences, omitting or adding articles as necessary.

Comparatives and Superlatives:

Complete sentences with the correct comparative or superlative form of adjectives and adverbs.

Rewrite sentences, changing the degree of comparison.

Phrasal Verbs:

Complete sentences with the appropriate phrasal verb.

Identify the meanings of phrasal verbs in context.

Conjunctions and Linking Words:

Combine sentences using appropriate conjunctions (and, but, or, so, yet, because, although, while, etc.).

Identify and correct errors in sentence cohesion.

Active and Passive Voice:

Rewrite sentences from active to passive voice or vice versa.

Identify and correct errors in voice usage.

Relative Clauses:

Complete sentences with the correct relative pronoun (who, whom, whose, which, that).

Identify and correct errors in relative clause construction.

Modal Verbs:

Complete sentences with the appropriate modal verb (can, could, may, might, will, would, shall, should, must, ought to).

Rewrite sentences, changing the modal verb as instructed.

Grammar exercises are essential for practicing and reinforcing English grammar rules and concepts.

Exercise No. 1

Q. Choose the correct sentence.

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#1. Choose the correct sentence.

Error – Use of verb ‘do’. The subject ‘the number’ is singular so it takes the verb ‘does’ in simple present tense. Correct sentence: The number of people does not matter.
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#2. Choose the correct sentence.

Error – Use of verb ‘am liking’. The verb ‘like’ is a stative verb so it is not used in present continuous tense.

Correct sentence:

I like to see movies at the theatre.

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#3. Choose the correct sentence.

Error – Use of verb ‘forgets’. The subject ‘I’ takes the base form of the verb in simple present tense.

Correct sentence:

I never forget the given responsibility.

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#4. Choose the correct sentence.

Error – Use of verb ‘ask’. In present perfect tense the main verb must be in past participle form ‘asked’.

Correct sentence:

He has often asked me to think before I speak.

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#5. Choose the correct sentence.

Error – Use of verb ‘challenged’. After ‘did’ the main verb must be in base form.

Correct sentence:

No sooner did I challenge the man than he accepted it.

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#6. Choose the correct sentence.

Error – Use of ‘more’. In superlative degree no need to use more before the third form of the adjective.

Correct sentence:

We are the strongest community in the world.

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#7. Choose the correct sentence.

Error – Use of the verb ‘asks’. The subject ‘I’ takes the base form of the verb.

Correct sentence:

I usually ask my employees to be punctual in their tasks.

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#8. Choose the correct sentence.

Error – Use of ‘came’. If two past situations are given the earlier situation must be written in past perfect tense.

Correct sentence:

The training had come to an end before you left the city.

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#9. Choose the correct sentence.

Error – Use of ‘into’. Here looking into should be replaced by ‘looking for’. ‘To look for’ is a phrase.

Correct sentence:

The manager was looking for the missing file.

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#10. Choose the correct sentence.

Error –

Use of ‘yesterday’. Here yesterday should be replaced by ‘the previous day’.

Correct sentence:

He said that he did not want to go bazaar the previous day.

Finish

Results

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Exercise No. 2

Choose the correct verb

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