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This present continuous questions quiz tests you on your ability to form this tense with question words such as when, where, how and why.
Present continuous quiz with yes / no questions. Choose the correct words to go in the gap.
Take a present continuous tense quiz on the negative form, by placing the correct form of the tense into the gaps
This present continuous quiz tests you on the affirmative, which is positive statements. Fill in the gap with the correct form of the tense.
Using object complements in a sentence enhances your ability to convey specific information about actions and their outcomes.
This subject and object complement quiz tests you on your ability to distinguish between these parts of a sentence.
What is a predicate nominative? They are nouns or pronouns that appear in the predicate part of a sentence and rename or identify the subject.
Here we demystify subject complements, predicate adjectives, and predicate nominatives with simple explanations and examples.
This predicate adjectives quiz tests you on your ability to recognise this type of adjective. It is multiple choice.
What is a predicate adjective? This lessons examines this type of adjective, looking at the grammar rules and examples.
In this identifying common and proper nouns quiz you have to decide which sentence has which type of noun.
Here we'll explore common versus proper nouns, provide examples, and offer tips on how to recognise and use them correctly.
In this gerund or present participle exercise you have to choose which word should fit in the gap. It includes answers and explanations.
Here we examine present participles, exploring their definition and example sentences to clarify the meaning and uses.
Possessive gerunds refer to when a noun or pronoun modifies the gerund. They are important as they change the meaning of the sentence.
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