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You can find downloadable PDF exercises here in this section that will help you to put the grammar theory into practice.

Grammar structures are the framework for the way we use language and it is always good to have a clear understanding of how it works. You should not focus so much on learning fixed grammar structures, but learn through examples and maybe fixed phrases to enhance your vocabulary and make it easier to recall, for exercises like these, see HERE

You need to remember that in the use of language, and especially for speaking and listening skills, many English speakers and natives in particular do not respect grammar structures. You should think of grammar as a guide, but not an exact science. To see more on how to understand native speakers, click HERE

Try learning all of the different grammar structures in context so that you can have useful examples to be able to make your own phrases in the future.

Take a look at our FREE RESOURCES in PDF format and try some of our vocabulary exercises HERE.

 

ARTICLES HERE

ARTICLES

(NEW) ARTICLES: GAPS FILL

(NEW) GRAMMAR: ARTICLES (B1-C1)

 

PRESENT TENSES HERE

ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY AND TIME EXPRESSIONS

PRESENT TENSES 2

(NEW) PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE 3rd PERSON

PRESENT TENSE REPHRASING

(NEW) VERB TO BE GAPS FILL

(NEW) GRAMMAR: PRESENT TENSES (B1-C1)

(NEW) GRAMMAR: PRESENT CONTINUOUS (A1-B2)

 

PRESENT PERFECT HERE

PRESENT PERFECT

FOR VS SINCE

(NEW) GRAMMAR: PRESENT PERFECT (A2-C1)

(NEW) GRAMMAR: PRESENT PERFECT ADVERBS (A2-C1)

(NEW) PRESENT PERFECT ADVERBS

(NEW) ADVERBS GAPS FILL

(NEW) ADVERBS GAPS FILL 2

 

PAST TENSES HERE

PAST TENSES

PAST TENSE REPHRASING

(NEW) GAPS FILL: IRREGULAR VERBS

(NEW) IRREGULAR VERBS GAPS FILL: PAST SIMPLE 2

(NEW) GRAMMAR: PAST TENSES (B1-C1)

 

FUTURE TENSES HERE

FUTURE TENSES

FUTURE TENSE REPHRASING

(NEW) GRAMMAR: FUTURE TENSES (A2-C1)

 

GERUND VERSUS INFINITIVE HERE

GERUND VERSUS INFINITIVE LIST

GERUND VS INFINITIVE

GERUND VS INFINITIVE 2

GERUND VS INFINITIVE 3

GERUND VS INFINITIVE 4

GERUND VS INFINITIVE 5

GERUND VS INFINITIVE 6

GERUND VS INFINITIVE 7

GERUND VS INFINITIVE 8

(NEW) GRAMMAR: GERUND OR INFINITIVE (PREPOSITION + ING)

(NEW) GRAMMAR: GERUND OR INFINITIVE (B1-C1)

GERUND OR INFINITIVE GAPS (SPORT)

 

 

CONDITIONALS HERE

CONDITIONALS

CONDITIONALS REPHRASING 1

CONDITIONALS REPHRASING 2

CONDITIONALS REPHRASING 3

CONDITIONALS REPHRASING 4

CONDITIONALS REPHRASING 5

(NEW) GRAMMAR: CONDITIONALS (B1-C1)

 

WISH HERE

(NEW) GRAMMAR: WISH (B1-C1)

(NEW) GRAMMAR: WISH (B1-C1) EXERCISE 2

(NEW) GRAMMAR: WISH (B1-C1) EXERCISE 3

 

ADJECTIVES AND ADVERBS HERE

(NEW) ADVERBS GAPS FILL

 

COMPARATIVES HERE

COMPARATIVES 1

COMPARATIVES 2

COMPARATIVES 3

COMPARATIVES 4

COMPARATIVES REPHRASING 1

COMPARATIVES REPHRASING 2

COMPARATIVES REPHRASING 3

(NEW) COMPARATIVE QUESTIONS GAPS FILL

 

CONNECTORS, CONNECTIVES AND COHESIVE DEVICES HERE

CONNECTIVES 1

CONNECTIVES 2

CONNECTIVES 3

(NEW) CONNECTORS: GAPS FILL

(NEW) GRAMMAR: WHEN OR WHILE

 

PASSIVES HERE

PASSIVE 1

PASSIVE 2

PASSIVE 3

PASSIVE REPHRASING

(NEW) GRAMMAR: PASSIVE VOICE (B1-C1)

(NEW) GRAMMAR: PASSIVE VOICE 2 (B1-C1)

(NEW) GRAMMAR: PASSIVE VOICE 3 (B1-C1)

(NEW) GRAMMAR: AVOIDING THE PASSIVE VOICE (B1-C1)

 

CAUSATIVE PASSIVE HERE

CAUSATIVE REPHRASING 1

(NEW) GAPS FILL: CAUSATIVE

 

REPORTED SPEECH HERE

REPORTED SPEECH

REPORTED SPEECH REPHRASING

 

MIXED TENSES

MIXED TENSES GAPS FILL

MIXED TENSES REPHRASING

QUESTIONS: USED TO, WOULD, BE USED TO, GET USED TO

 

QUESTION TAGS HERE

QUESTION TAGS 1

QUESTION TAGS 2

(NEW) GAPS FILL: QUESTION TAGS

 

DETERMINERS HERE

SO VS SUCH

DETERMINER GAPS FILL SPEAKING

(NEW) GAPS FILL: SO OR SUCH

 

PRONOUNS HERE

PRONOUNS

POSSESSIVE PRONOUN GRAMMAR

(NEW) REPHRASING POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS

 

AUXILIARY VERBS HERE

AUXILIARY VERB GAPS FILL

AUXILIARY VERB GAPS FILL 2

 

QUESTION WORDS HERE

ONE WORD QUESTIONS GAPS FILL

 

QUANTIFIERS HERE

QUANTIFIERS REPHRASING

 

RELATIVE CLAUSES HERE

RELATIVE CLAUSE GAPS FILL QUESTIONS

RELATIVE CLAUSE REPHRASING

(NEW) GAPS FILL: RELATIVE PRONOUNS

 

MODAL VERBS HERE

MODAL VERBS AND SIMILAR EXPRESSIONS

MODAL VERB REPHRASING 1

MODAL VERB REPHRASING 2

MODAL VERB REPHRASING 3

MODAL PERFECT

(NEW) GRAMMAR: MODAL VERBS (B1-C1)

 

INVERSIONS HERE

(NEW) GAPS FILL INVERSIONS

(NEW) GRAMMAR: INVERSIONS (B1-C1)

INVERSIONS SENTENCE TRANSFORMATIONS 1

INVERSIONS SENTENCE TRANSFORMATIONS 2

 

Grammar is an essential part of language learning as it gives you the base and structure to be able to manipulate language and construct your own phrases. Take a look at the use of English posts for B2 (HERE) and C1 (HERE).

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