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Complex Sentences Practice A

Instructions: Choose the best conjunction for the sentence. Place a comma if it is needed. You may use the conjunction more than once. 

Target Language: He jumped high off the ground as if ...




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15 September 2019

mitorres Author Country Flag United States of America

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Name CLOZE Reading

Target Language: A name is a term used for identification. Names can identify a class or category of things, or a single thing, either uniquely, or within a given context. The entity identified by a ...




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28 August 2019

SheilaRosa Author Country Flag United States of America

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Capitalization Rules

Instructions: Directions:  Read the text.  Find or identify the capitalization errors.   In the space below the text rewrite it with correct capitalization.

Target Language: The third ...




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31 January 2018

Lisa12204 Author Country Flag United States of America

To review capitalizations rules in English. Students are to read the text, highlight in yellow the letter to be capitalized, compare their work against the answer sheet, make any necessary corrections, and then rewrite the text in proper essay format. Essay format has the text indented, written in the margins, no splitting of words with hyphens, and no lines skipped between paragraphs. The text is cited by the URL copied on the bottom of the text.

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Past continuous

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Instructions: Change the words around to make good sentences.

Target Language: She was cooking when the baby cried. They were driving when the police stopped them. I was walking home when I ...




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14 June 2017

sodsdawn Author Country Flag Canada

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Grammar Knowledge

Target Language: determiner the first word in a noun group adjective a word used to describe a noun simple What type of sentence is one independent clause verb an independent clause can only have one ...




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16 March 2017

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

identify the names of various parts of grammar

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Gold B Vocabualry: Ch. 1 Word Family

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Instructions: The aim of this worksheet is to help you practice selecting the correct word family. All the words are from Focus on Vocabulary 2, Chapter 1. Underline the word that correctly completes ...




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23 May 2016

jdemir Author Country Flag United States of America

Collocations worksheet chapter 1

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Finish the Dependent Clauses

Target Language: When we arrived at the beach When we saw the house When you visit Victor Harbor When it is raining When you have a cold If you go to the beach If we rent a house If it rains tomorrow ...




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21 March 2016

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Practice using dependent clauses by finishing the sentences.

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Dependent clauses

Target Language: If you kick the ball too high, it will smash the window. If you buy some apples, I will make an apple pie. If you put money in the bank, your savings will grow. If you tread on a ...




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13 August 2015

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Sentence scramble with if and when dependent clauses

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Grammar Knowledge

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Target Language: determiner the first word in a noun group adjective a word used to describe a noun simple What type of sentence is one independent clause verb an independent clause can only have one ...




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13 May 2015

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Basic grammar crossword naming parts of grammar

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Say or Tell?

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Instructions: WRITE the correct word for the blank space in each sentence.

Target Language: I don't know if she's telling the truth. Not saying 'thank you' for your gift isn't polite! Can you ...




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3 February 2015

ShirleyNorrie Author Country Flag United Kingdom

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Appositive Practice #1

Target Language: My uncle, the former governor of Maine, loves ice cream Sally's fiancé Gerald works at Walmart Providence, the capital of RI, is a great city We saw the state bird, the meadowlark, ...




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30 September 2014

SheilaRosa Author Country Flag United States of America

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Independent clauses - past tense - time markers

Instructions: Putting the time marker first, unscramble the independent clause sentences.

Target Language: Today I caught the bus to work. Yesterday I walked to the shop. Last night I watched ...




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4 August 2014

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Past tense independent clauses beginning with time markers

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That vs. Which vs. Who

Target Language: 1. Cars that are hybrids use less gasoline than cars that aren't. 2. People who exercise regularly are less likely to become obese. 3. Roses, which are often brightly colored, are ...




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30 December 2013

Quickworksheets Author Country Flag Australia

An intermediate to advanced worksheet reviewing the correct usage of "that", "which" and "who".

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Determiners

Target Language: I went to a barbeque at my friend's house. It was her birthday and she wanted to celebrate. She loves her garden and she loves to read. Then we sat down to eat lunch. Her cake had ...




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9 May 2013

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Practice using determiners

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Grammar Diagnostic

Target Language: It was raining ________ I didn't go to school. It was raining ________ I went to school anyway. Next weekend my family and I ________ go to the zoo. Last weekend my family and I ...




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31 March 2013

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

20 question grammar diagnostic for post beginner. The focus in on past tense and prepositions.

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since or for?

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Target Language: I haven't phoned home since Christmas. We've been here since nine o'clock. I have worked for International House for more than eight years. I haven't visited my home town since I ...




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13 February 2013

Marrichan Author Country Flag Germany

since/for

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Adjective Word Order

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Target Language: shady / tree / big big shady tree little / happy / girl happy little girl box / large / blue large blue box old / chair / uncomfortable uncomfortable old chair bed / old / lumpy lumpy...




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10 January 2013

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Adjective word order gives adult students practice at putting two adjectives and one noun in the correct word order. This is a useful exercise when teaching how to make noun groups.

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Picnic Grammar

Target Language: During the holidays I went on a fabulous picnic with my friends.On the way to the picnic I bought some petrol. When we arrived at the picnic ground there were not many places to park ...




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10 January 2013

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

A short recount of a picnic cloze worksheet. Tests a range of vocabulary such as quantifiers, conjunctions, nouns and adjectives. Pre-Intermediate level for adults.

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Past Tense Independent Clauses and noun groups

Target Language: I / walk / shops I walked to the shops. I / play / tennis I played tennis. She / run / park She ran in the park. He / drive / to work. He drove to work. I / speak / neighbour. I spoke...




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7 October 2012

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Similar to my previous one, but this one encourages writing independent clauses, past tense and noun groups. Enjoy!

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Past Tense Independent Clauses

Target Language: I / walk / shops I walked to the shops. I / play / tennis I played tennis. She / run / park She ran in the park. He / drive / to work. He drove to work. I / speak / neighbour. I spoke...




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7 October 2012

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Can your students write good independent clauses in the past tense. This is one to practice with.

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Subject / Verb / Object

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Target Language: The girl rode her bike. The boy fished in the river. My mother baked a cake. His father drove his car. The dress was too small. The teacher walked into the classroom. The bird sang a ...




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5 May 2012

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Independent Clause matching

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English land 3 Review & chant words

Target Language: falling sleeping reading studying dancing jumping eating drinking playing swimming running climbing




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7 March 2012

monkeykiddo Author Country Flag Japan

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Quiz: Its or It's

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Target Language: The dog returned to its home. It's raining outside. I think it's great that you've written a book. It's time for me to go to school. I like your new TV. Its screen is very big. This ...




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13 February 2012

Quickworksheets Author Country Flag Australia

Even native English speakers sometimes find the difference between "its" and "it's" confusing. Test your student's ability to distinguish between "its" - a possessive - and "it's" - a contraction of "it is".

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Words with "ie" and "ei"

Target Language: ceiling belief receipt cashier receive relief piece deceive friend leisure




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24 January 2012

nightingale Author Country Flag Singapore

"I before E except after C".... and except if there is an exception such as "leisure"!

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