relative clauses - Perfect English Grammar

The girl is from India. 11. My sister has three children. My sister lives in Australia. 12. The waiter was rude ...

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relative clauses - Perfect English Grammar

The girl is from India. 11. My sister has three children. My sister lives in Australia. 12. The waiter was rude ...

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Make one sentence by changing the sentence in italics into a defining relative clause. The relative pronoun can be the subject or the object of the relative clause. 1 ...

English grammar exercises | Relative clauses worksheet

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Grammar videos: Relative clauses – exercises - Learn English Teens

defining relative clauses. True. False. 8. The punctuation is different for defining and non-defining clauses. True. False. 2. Check your grammar: gap fill.

Participle Clauses - Perfect English Grammar

This gives more information about the noun. We sometimes call this a 'reduced relative clause'. 1. A present participle (verb ing) can be used in the ...

grammar quiz relative clauses - All Things Grammar

Complete these sixteen sentences to score your knowledge of RELATIVE CLAUSES. 1. I know a great little restaurant. 9. The movie … we saw last week won …

BBC Learning English Quiznet Non-defining relative clauses

a) that – 'That' cannot be used in a non-defining relative clause. ... relative clause to define the noun it supports. ... ContentType=text/html;quiz=146_clauses.

Past Perfect Simple Positive and Negative - Perfect English Grammar

After they. (eat) the shellfish, they began to feel sick. 4. If you. (listen) to me, you would have got the job. 5. Julie didn't arrive until ...

www.perfect-english-grammar.com Present Perfect Mixed Exercise 2

Make the present perfect simple. Choose positive, negative or question: 1. (she / pass the exam?) 2. (you / eat lunch ...

Present Perfect or Past Simple 2 - Perfect English Grammar

Choose the present perfect or past simple: 1. I. (see) three police cars this morning (it's still morning). 2. After he. (arrive) ...

Perfect-English-Grammar.com Future Perfect Simple Exercises

May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Perfect-English-Grammar.com. Future Perfect Simple Exercises. Make the future perfect positive: By 10 pm ...

www.perfect-english-grammar.com Present Perfect Mixed Exercise 1

Make the present perfect - choose positive, negative or question: 1. (I / go / to the library today). 2. (you / keep a pet for three years) ...

Past Perfect Continuous - Perfect English Grammar

www.perfect-english-grammar.com. Past Perfect and Past Perfect Continuous. Choose the past perfect, or the past perfect continuous. 1. When we arrived the ...

www.perfect-english-grammar.com Future Perfect Continuous ...

www.perfect-english-grammar.com. Future Perfect Continuous Exercise. Make the future perfect continuous. Choose the positive, negative or question form: 1. I ...

IF008 - If Clauses - All Types - English Grammar

english-grammar.at. IF008. IF - CLAUSES. Fill in the correct forms of the verbs in brackets, according to the type of the IF-sentence shown at the end! 1. If he ...

'Will' or 'be going to'? - Perfect English Grammar

B: I can't decide … Okay, I. have the steak, please. 9. A: Are you busy tonight? Would you like to have coffee?

First Conditional - Perfect English Grammar

May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. First Conditional Exercise. Put the verb into the correct first conditional form: 1. If I ...

Wish Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

Wish Exercise 1. I wish things were different! Make sentences using 'wish' past simple about the things I don't like. You can put in 'that' if you want, or leave it ...

Second Conditional - Perfect English Grammar

Second Conditionals - put the verb into the correct tense: 1. If I. (be) you, I. (get) a new job. 2. If he. (be) ...

There Is / There Are Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

There Is / There Are Exercise 1. Change these (strange!) sentences so that you use 'there the correct tense of be': 1. Two apples are on the table.

Reported Speech - Perfect English Grammar

We use a reporting verb like 'say' or 'tell'. If this verb is in the present tense, it's easy. We just put 'she says' and then the sentence: Direct speech ...

Used to Infinitive Exercise 2 - Perfect English Grammar

If it's possible, make a sentence with 'would infinitive'. If it's not possible, use. 'used to infinitive': 1. I / have short hair when I was a teenager.

Future perfect tense - PDF 2 - English grammar

Future perfect simple: exercise 2 https://www.e-grammar.org/future-perfect-simple/. ESL worksheets on e-grammar.org. Exercise 2. Rewrite the sentences with ...

The Passive Voice - Perfect English Grammar

The Passive Voice. Let's look at this sentence: • I drank two cups of coffee. This is an active sentence and it has the subject first (the person or thing that does the ...

Perfect-English-Grammar.com Reported Questions

20. “Have you studied reported speech before?” She asked me. Page 3. © 2007 ...

tenses explanations - Perfect English Grammar

If you heat water to 100 degrees, it boils. 2. © www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use.

Reporting Verbs - Perfect English Grammar

Some of these verbs look a bit more complicated to use than 'say' and 'tell', but it's just a question of getting to know the verb patterns (or verb structures). (As I'm ...

Zero Conditional Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

2016 www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Zero Conditional Exercise 1. For example: (not / rain / the flowers ...

Conditional exercise (first / second / third ... - Perfect English Grammar

(First conditional) If we don't work harder, we won't pass the exam. 2. (Third conditional) If the students hadn't been late for the exam, they would have passed. 3.

tenses infographics - Perfect English Grammar

PAST. Leonardo painted the Mona Lisa. FINISHED TIME WORD. I went to the cinema yesterday. PRESENT /. FUTURE. UNREAL / IMAGINARY THINGS. If I won ...

Future perfect tense - PDF 2 - English grammar PDF

Future perfect simple: exercise 2 https://www.e-grammar.org/future-perfect-simple/. ESL worksheets on e-grammar.org. Exercise 2. Rewrite the sentences with ...

Perfect-English-Grammar.com Adverbs of Frequency

Perfect-English-Grammar.com. Adverbs of Frequency. Put the adverb in the right place in the sentence: 1. She goes to bed early (always) ...

Adverbs or Adjectives: Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Adverbs or Adjectives: Exercise 1. Choose the correct form (adjective or adverb). 1) John held the plate ...

Make the future tenses - Perfect English Grammar

2014 www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Mixed Future Tenses Exercise 1. Make the future tenses. It could ...

www.perfect-english-grammar.com Gerunds and Infinitives Part 1

May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. www.perfect-english-grammar.com. Gerunds and Infinitives Part 1. Put the verb into the correct form: 1.

www.perfect-english-grammar.com Present Continuous All Forms ...

... be freely copied for personal or classroom use. www.perfect-english-grammar.com. Present Continuous All Forms (Exercise 1). Make the present continuous:.

Stative Verbs List - Perfect English Grammar

An example of a continuous tense is the present continuous or past continuous. These verbs are called stative, or state verbs. A verb which isn't stative is called a ...

Subject and Object Questions - Perfect English Grammar

(The subject of the question is 'you'.) Here's another example: - Who did John meet? - John met Lucy. 'Lucy' is the object of ...

Comparative Adjectives Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

2015 www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Comparative Adjectives Exercise 1. Make the comparative form.

Perfect-English-Grammar.com Future Continuous Exercise

May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Perfect-English-Grammar.com. Future Continuous Exercise. Make future continuous 'yes / no' questions:.

Modal Verbs of Ability 1 - Perfect English Grammar

2011 www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. www.perfect-english-grammar.com. Modals of Ability Exercise 1.

Indefinite Pronouns Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

Indefinite Pronouns Exercise 1. Put in the correct indefinite pronoun (somebody / something / somewhere / anybody / anything / anywhere / nobody / nothing ...

www.perfect-english-grammar.com Modals of Ability Exercise 1

Could you swim when you were 10? 2. We couldn't get to the meeting on time yesterday because the train was delayed by one hour. 3. He was able to arrive at ...

Passive with the Past Simple - Perfect English Grammar

Make the sentences passive (past simple):. 1. Somebody lost the letter. __The letter was lost. 2. Somebody found the key.

Tag Questions with the Present Simple - Perfect English Grammar

Add the tag question: 1. She's from a small town in China, ? 2. They aren't on their way already, ?

Passive with the Present Simple - Perfect English Grammar

www.perfect-english-grammar.com. The Passive: Present Simple. Make the sentences passive: 1. Somebody cleans the office every day. _The office is cleaned ...

Passive with mixed tenses - Perfect English Grammar

The Passive: Mixed Tenses. Change these sentences from active to passive: ... Answers: 1. Portuguese is spoken in Brazil. 2. A new road is being planned near ...

Reporting Verbs Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

Reporting Verbs Exercise 1. 1. “Don't forget to buy milk!” said Antonio to Lucia. ... 9. “It's a great idea to go to the beach” said Maria. (recommend verb-ing) ...

www.perfect-english-grammar.com Present Simple 'Wh' Questions

Make present simple 'wh' questions: 1. (where / you / go to school?) ____Where do you go to school? 2. (what / ...

www.perfect-english-grammar.com Past Continuous Mixed Exercise 2

Make the past continuous (choose positive, negative or question):. 1. (they / take the exam?) 2. (when / he / work there?)

Subject and Object Pronouns Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Subject and Object Pronouns Exercise 1. Choose the correct pronoun.

www.perfect-english-grammar.com Present Simple Mixed Exercise ...

www.perfect-english-grammar.com. Present Simple Mixed Exercise 2 (other verbs). Make the present simple (choose positive, negative or question):. 1.

Present perfect Past simple | Exercise 2 - English grammar

Present perfect past simple: exercise 2 https://www.e-grammar.org/present-perfect-past-simple/. ESL worksheets on e-grammar.org. Exercise 2. Choose the ...

Contents: A1/A2 Verb Tenses Exercises - Perfect English Grammar

Contents: A1/A2 Verb Tenses Exercises. Part 1: Present Simple. 1: Present simple of 'be': positive. 3. 2: Present simple of 'be': negative. 4. 3: Present simple with ...

Reported Statements: Present Continuous - Perfect English Grammar

2008 www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Reported Statements: Present Continuous. 1. “I'm sleeping”.

Reported Statements Mixed Exercise - Perfect English Grammar

May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Reported Statements Mixed Exercise. Change this direct speech into reported speech: 1. “He works in a ...

Subject and Object Questions Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

1. The car is in the garage. Object question: Subject question: 2. Julie loves ice-cream.

Past Perfect Or Past Simple - Perfect English Grammar

Choose the past perfect, or the past simple: 1. We had already eaten when John. (come) home. 2. Last year Juan. (pass) all ...

www.perfect-english-grammar.com Past Perfect and Past Simple

Choose the past perfect, or the past simple: 1. We had already eaten when John. (come) home. 2. Last year Juan. (pass) all ...

Past or Present Perfect Tense - Simple Form - T24 - English Grammar

TENSES. T 24 www.english-grammat.at. Past or Present Perfect Tense – Simple form. 1. The weather. (be) awful in the past few days. 2. We ...