Grammar tasks in PDF worksheets


Basics

Articles

A vs. An

Countable vs. Uncountable

Do vs. Does

Have vs. Has

Mixed Prepositions

Nationalities vs. Countries

Plurals

Prepositions of Place

Prepositions of Time

There Is vs. There Are

There Was vs. There Were

This vs. That vs. These vs. Those

To vs. For

Verb To Be

Was vs. Were

Wh- Questions

When vs. While


Present Tense

Present Continuous

Present Perfect

Present Perfect Continuous

Present Simple


Past Tense

Past Continuous

Past Perfect

Past Perfect Continuous

Past Simple


Future Tense

Be Going To

Future Continuous

Future Perfect

Future Simple


Conditional

First Conditional

First vs. Second Conditional

Mixed Conditionals

Second Conditional

Second vs. Third Conditional

Third Conditional

Zero Conditional


Can

Can vs. Must vs. Should

Can vs. Could

Could

Dare

Have To

May vs. Might

Must

Need

Ought To

Shall

Should

Would

Would vs. Used To


Passive Voice

Future Perfect Passive

Future Simple Passive

Passive Voice

Past Continuous Passive

Past Perfect Passive

Past Simple Passive

Present Continuous Passive

Present Perfect Passive

Present Simple Passive


Irregular

Past Participle Irregular

Past Simple Irregular

Past Simple Regular


Pronoun

Indefinite Pronouns

Objective Pronouns

Personal Pronouns

Possessive Adjectives

Possessive Pronouns

Reflexive Pronouns

Subjective Pronouns


Adjective

All vs. Every vs. Whole

Comparative

Comparative vs. Superlative

Ed vs. Ing Adjectives

Order of Adjectives

Other vs. Another vs. Others

Quantifiers

Quite vs. Rather

Superlative


Verb

Auxiliary Verbs

Gerund

Had Better

Have vs. Has Got

Infinitive

Infinitive vs. Gerund

Make vs. Do

Say vs. Tell

Tag Questions


Noun

A vs. An vs. Some vs. Any

Little vs. Few

Many vs. Much

One vs. Ones

So vs. Such

Some vs. Any


Multiple Choices

Adverbs of Frequency

Although vs. Even Though vs. Despite vs. In Spite Of

As Like

Both vs. Either vs. Neither

Coordinating Conjunctions

Either Or vs. Neither Nor

Ever vs. Never

For vs. Since vs. Ago vs. Until vs. During

How Much vs. How Many

Just vs. Already vs. Yet

Present Perfect With Ever & Never

Present Perfect With For & Since

Present Perfect With Just & Already & Yet

Relative Clauses

So vs. Neither

Too vs. Either

Too vs. Enough

Who vs. Whom


Used To

Be Used To

Get Used To

Used To


Would

Would Like

Would Prefer

Would Rather


Be

Be Able To

Be Allowed To

Be Supposed To


Past Future

Past Future Continuous

Past Future Perfect

Past Future Perfect Continuous

Past Future Simple

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