Category: Grammar exercises

Though, although, despite, in spite of

Though and although are conjunctions. They are followed by an adverb clause. Despite and in spite of are prepositions. They are followed by nouns. Exercise Complete the following sentences. 1. We went out …………………….....

Confusing words worksheet 3

Complete the following sentences using an appropriate word or phrase. 1. The new accountant is not very ………………… He works very slowly and he keeps forgetting things. (effective / efficient) 2. These tablets are...

General grammar exercise

Complete the following sentences using an appropriate word or phrase. This grammar exercise tests your understanding of basic grammar rules. 1. We are going …………………… a) more slowly and more slowly b) more and...

Take care of, care about, care for

Complete the following sentences using an appropriate expression. Notes To take care of is to look after When you care about something, you think it is important. When you care for somebody/something, you like...

Question tags worksheet

Add appropriate question tags. 1. The chair is new, …………………….? a) isn’t it b) is it c) was it d) wasn’t it 2. Your friends don’t like it, ……………………..? a) do they b) don’t...

Sentence completion

Complete the following sentences using an appropriate word or phrase. 1. I haven’t got ……………… money as I thought. a) as much b) as c) as many 2. I gave him ………………… as he...

Either or either of

Complete the following sentences using either or either of. Hints Use either before a singular noun. Use either of before a pronoun or a noun with a determiner (e.g. the, my, this etc.) The...

Also, as well, too and either

Complete the following sentences. 1. I am ……………….. coming with you. a) also b) either 2. Peter isn’t here today. John isn’t here …………………. a) also b) either 3. He doesn’t like me. I...