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This Quantifier Quiz tests you on the words that provide approximate or specific answers to the questions "How many?" and "How much?"
This Substitution Quiz tests your ability to replace words or phrases already used in a sentence with a different word or phrase.
In this finite non-finite verb quiz you are given a list of sentences and you have to decide whether the verb in each is finite or non-finite.
A transitive and intransitive verb quiz where you have to decide which of the two sentences is which. This is a multiple choice quiz.
In this identifying parts of speech quiz you have to identify the 8 parts of speech: nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections.
In this Types of Adjective Quiz you have to choose which kind of adjective the word in bold is. There are three choices for each one.
These attributive adjective examples show you sentences which include these types of adjectives.
There are several types of adjective. This lesson looks at the various types and gives examples of each.
Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns use this, that, these and those, however they are used in different ways.
In this demonstrative adjectives quiz you have to choose whether this, that, these or those goes into the gap.
In this past perfect continuous interrogative quiz (yes / no questions) you have to use the words in brackets to create the tense correctly.
In this independent and dependent clause quiz you are given a sentence and you have to decide which type of clause is being identified.
In this Past Perfect Continuous Negative Quiz you have to change the verb in brackets to its correct form in order to make the tense.
Irregular Verb Quiz - in this quiz you have to change the words in brackets into the irregular form of the past simple.
In this past perfect tense questions quiz you have to complete the sentences with the words in brackets to make the past perfect interrogative.
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