English Grammar Blog

in the English grammar blog you can get updates to all the new additions to the site of Grammar Wiz.

The blog provides training on all aspects of grammar such as clauses, tenses, phrases, punctuation, sentence structure and much more.

Jan 27, 2021

Defining and Non-defining Relative Clauses Quiz

Defining and Non-defining Relative Clauses Quiz: The differences between these types of clause are confusing. Practice in this exercise to improve your skills.

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Jan 13, 2021

Past Simple Negative Exercise: Practice Quiz

This past Simple negative exercise is a practice quiz on forming the negative of the simple past. You need to turn the statements into their negative form.

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Jan 13, 2021

Past Simple Questions Quiz: Yes / No and Questions Words

Past simple questions quiz testing your ability to create yes / no types questions and with question words such as why, when, where and how.

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Jan 13, 2021

Irregular Verb Exercises - Past Simple

Irregular verb exercises for the past simple. Irregular verbs are those that do not end in '-ed' or '-d'. In this quiz test yourself on verbs in the past.

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Nov 11, 2020

Present Simple Tense: Forms, Rules and Examples

The present simple tense varies it's form depending on whether it is being used with the third person singular, other verbs, or the verb to be. It is used for repeated events, general facts, and with state verbs.

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Oct 17, 2020

The Past Simple Tense: Forms, Rules and Examples

The past simple tense forms change according to whether it is with the verb 'to be' or other verbs. This lesson explains the forms of the affirmative, negative and questions words.

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Sep 17, 2020

Parallel Structure Quiz: Test yourself on Parallelism

This Parallel Structure Quiz is a multiple choice test where you need to decide in which of the two sentences the rules on parallelism are correct.

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Sep 09, 2020

Difference between affect and effect: Verb or Noun?

The difference between affect and effect is that while one is a noun, the other is a verb. So this will influence where you place the word in your sentence.

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Aug 21, 2020

Adverb Clause Quiz: Multiple Choice Exercise

In this adverb clause quiz you need to place the correct adverb into the gap in order to complete the sentence. This will improve your ability to make adverbial clauses

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Aug 16, 2020

Present Perfect Continuous Quiz: Online Practice Exercises

Present Perfect Continuous Quiz for practicing the affirmative, negative, yes / no questions, and question words. It's an interactive quiz, also downloadable.

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Aug 11, 2020

Relative Pronoun Quiz: who, which, whom, whose, that, where

This relative pronoun quiz focuses on the words who, which, whom, whose, that, where. These are used to introduce relative clauses.

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Jul 25, 2020

Parallelism Grammar Rules (Parallel Structure)

Parallelism is about balancing the grammatical structure of words, phrases and clauses in your sentences. Parallel structure will improve your writing's coherence.

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Jul 07, 2020

Pronoun Reference: Replacing a noun or noun phrase

Pronoun reference in English grammar refers to the practice of replacing a noun or noun phrase in a sentence with its appropriate pronoun.

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May 09, 2020

Ellipsis in English Grammar: Situational and Textual

Ellipsis in English grammar is the omission of a words or words from a sentences because the meaning is clear without them. There are two types: situational ellipsis and textual ellipsis.

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May 02, 2020

Substitution and Ellipsis: Differences Explained

Substitution and ellipsis have similar purposes in that they prevent repetition in a sentence. However, while the former involved using a difference word, ellipsis involves leaving out the word.

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