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THERE IS/THERE ARE - Speaking cards

A set of cards to practice the structure there is/there are in questions and short answers for your students. They work in pairs or groups and interview each other. They will help your students develop their speaking skills. - ESL worksheets

It is important to realise that the word if can be used in different ways. In an if clause we usually talk about uncertain events and situations. English Grammar Tenses, Teaching English Grammar, English Grammar Worksheets, English Writing Skills, English Vocabulary Words, Learn English Words, English Idioms, English Phrases, Grammar Lessons
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What is an ‘if’ clause? - English with Lynn

It is important to realise that the word if can be used in different ways. In an if clause we usually talk about uncertain events and situations.

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Verb + preposition – Test-English

Some verbs are usually following by a preposition before the object of the verb. These prepositions are called dependant prepositions. Here you have a summary table and three exercises for you to learn this grammar topic. B1 English grammar exercises.

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Position of adverbs and adverb phrases – Test-English

Position of adverbs and adverb phrases. Upper-intermediate English grammar. Adverbs of manner, time, place, degree, frequency, comment, etc.

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would rather, would prefer – Test-English

How to use the forms would rather, would prefer or prefer. I'd rather do. I'd rather you did. English grammar and exercises.

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a/an, the, no article – the use of articles in English – Test-English

A/an, the, no article – articles. I have a car, I like cars, I like the car. A1 – Elementary English grammar and exercises.

likely, unlikely, bound, definitely, probably – probability – Page 3 of 3 – Test English English Grammar Online, English Grammar For Kids, English Exam, English Phrases, English Study, English Words, English Lessons, English Vocabulary, Teaching English

likely, unlikely, bound, definitely, probably – probability – Page 3 of 3 – Test-English

We can use BOUND, SURE, LIKELY, UNLIKELY to talk about how certain we are that something will be true in the future. We can also use DEFINITELY and PROBABLY to speculate about the future. Learn how to use these words with our complete grammar explanation and three online exercises. B1-B2 English grammar online.

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“Prepositions”

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a/an, plurals – singular and plural forms – Test-English

Learn how to use 'a/an', and plurals (singular and plural forms) in English. This is an English grammar lesson for beginners or elementary students (level A1 CEFR). In this lesson, you will find three English grammar exercises with answers. There is also a grammar explanation with grammar rules and grammar charts.

Used to, didn't use to. In English we use used to to talk about past habits and states. Pre-intermediate English grammar and exercises. English Grammar Tenses, English Vocabulary Words, Grammar And Vocabulary, Grammar Worksheets, English Exam, English Class, Teaching English, Learn English, Grammar Tips

Used to, didn't use to – past habits and states – Test-English

Used to, didn't use to. In English we use used to to talk about past habits and states. A2. Pre-intermediate English grammar and exercises.

 Multiple-choice and gap-filling exercises on the passive with reporting verbs. Passive for distancing. English Grammar Rules, Learn English Grammar, English Language Learning, English Writing, English Words, Teaching English, English Exam, English Time, English Lessons
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The passive with reporting verbs – It is said that ... – Test-English

English grammar practice. Multiple-choice and gap-filling exercises on the passive with reporting verbs. Passive for distancing. Passive reporting verbs.

Present simple forms of 'to be'. Elementary English grammar and exercises. Affirmative, negative and interrogative forms of 'be'. English Grammar Rules, Grammar Tips, English Language Learning, English Words, Teaching English, English Exam, English Study, Learn English, Interrogative Pronouns
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Present simple forms of 'to be' – am/is/are – Page 2 of 4 – Test-English

Present simple forms of 'to be'. A1. Elementary English grammar and exercises. I am, he isn't, etc. Affirmative, negative and interrogative forms of 'be'.

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so, such, such a, so much, so many – Test-English

So, such, such a, so much, so many. So + adjective, such + uncountable nouns and plural, such a + countable noun. English intermediate grammar exercises.

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Relative clauses – defining and non-defining – Test-English

Relative clauses. Defining and non-defining relative clauses. Relative pronouns with preposition, relative adverbs. Advanced English grammar exercises.