Archive for December, 2012

This, these, that, those worksheet

December 17th, 2012 in English for children

This, that, these and those are distributive pronouns. They can be used as determiners with nouns to refer to either people or things. When these words are used without nouns, they normally only refer to things.

Personal pronouns exercise

December 16th, 2012 in English Quiz

Personal pronouns can exist in three forms – subject form, object form and possessive form. Actually there are two possessive forms. These are often called possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns. Complete the following sentences using appropriate forms of the personal pronouns.

Using make

December 15th, 2012 in English Learning

Make is a common purpose verb. It can be used to express many ideas.

Read the following sentence.

He was weak because of his illness.

Formation of questions and negatives for beginner learners

December 14th, 2012 in English Learning

If the sentence contains one or more auxiliary verbs, we make negative forms by putting not after the first auxiliary.

  • She has passed the test. (Affirmative)

Talking about complete possibility

December 12th, 2012 in English Grammar

The auxiliary verbs that can be used to express complete certainty are shall, will, can, could and must.

  • There is the phone. That will be Ram.

Phrasal verbs exercise

December 11th, 2012 in English Quiz

Phrasal verbs are two-word verbs like break out or put off. Sometimes phrasal verbs can be made up of three words. Examples are: put up with and fed up of.

Using is, am and are (beginner level)

December 10th, 2012 in English Learning

The primary auxiliaries is, am and are are used in the simple present tense to show the connection between the subject and a noun or adjective that comes after the verb.