Subject and Object Pronouns Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

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Subject and Object Pronouns Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Subject and Object Pronouns Exercise 1. Choose the correct pronoun.

Indefinite Pronouns Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

anywhere / nobody / nothing / nowhere / everybody / everything / everywhere). 1. She wants to live ... in the box, all the things that she had. 3. Does ...

SUBJECT and OBJECT PRONOUNS - All Things Grammar

GRAMMAR WORKSHEET. SUBJECT and OBJECT PRONOUNS. I you he she it we they. verb me you him her it us them. Subject pronouns usually come ...

www.perfect-english-grammar.com Present Perfect Mixed Exercise 2

Make the present perfect simple. Choose positive, negative or question: 1. (she / pass the exam?) 2. (you / eat lunch ...

www.perfect-english-grammar.com Present Perfect Mixed Exercise 1

Make the present perfect - choose positive, negative or question: 1. (I / go / to the library today). 2. (you / keep a pet for three years) ...

Some and Any Exercise 2 - Perfect English Grammar

Some / Any / ' o Article' Exercise 2. (This is an extract from my book: 'A' and 'The' Explained). Fill the gap with 'some' or 'any'. 1. Have we got ______ bread?

'So' and 'Neither' Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

Jenny: Sarah loves chocolate. Me: So do I. 2. Jenny: I can't play the piano. Me: Neither can I.

There Is / There Are Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

There Is / There Are Exercise 1. Change these (strange!) sentences so that you use 'there the correct tense of be': 1. Two apples are on the table.

Download this exercise in PDF. - Perfect English Grammar

Choose the present perfect or past simple: 1. I. (never / go) to Vienna. 2. My great great grandfather. (have) five sisters. 3. He. (live) in Manila for a year when he ...

Zero Conditional Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

2016 www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Zero Conditional Exercise 1. For example: (not / rain / the flowers ...

Inversion Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

Inversion Exercise 1. Change the sentences so that they use inversion. For example: We had hardly arrived when Julie burst into the house. → Hardly had we ...

Causatives Exercise 2 - Perfect English Grammar

Causatives Exercise 2: Have someone do something /. Get someone to do something. Change the sentences to use the structures 'have someone do ...

Conditional exercise (first / second / third ... - Perfect English Grammar

1. (First conditional) If we don't work harder, we won't pass the exam. 2. (Third conditional) If the ...

Subject and Object Pronouns

Subject and Object Pronouns. A subject ..pronoun is used in the subject of a sentence. Singular subject pronouns are /, you, he, she, and it. Plural subject ...

Prepositions of Place Exercise 2 - Perfect English Grammar

The wine is ______ the bottle. 2. Pass me the dictionary, it's ______ the bookshelf. 3. Jennifer is ______ work. 4. Berlin is ______ Germany. 5. You have ...

Indirect Questions Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

Indirect Questions Exercise 1 (Present Simple Tense). Change the direct questions into indirect questions. Use 'can you tell me'. 1). Where does she play tennis ...

Linking Words Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

Linking Words Exercise 1. Choose 'however', 'although' or 'despite': 1. ______ the rain, we still went to the park. 2. ______ it was raining, we still went to the ...

www.perfect-english-grammar.com Past Continuous Mixed Exercise 2

Make the past continuous (choose positive, negative or question):. 1. (they / take the exam?) 2. (when / he / work there?)

Reported Statements Mixed Exercise - Perfect English Grammar

May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Reported Statements Mixed Exercise. Change this direct speech into reported speech: 1. “He works in a ...

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www.perfect-english-grammar.com. Present Simple Mixed Exercise 2 (other verbs). Make the present simple (choose positive, negative or question):. 1.

Past Simple All Forms Mixed Exercise 2 - Perfect English Grammar

www.perfect-english-grammar.com. Past Simple Form Other Verbs - Mixed Exercise 2. Make the past simple, positive, negative or question: 1. I ...

Subject and Object Pronouns - Cambridge University Press

Subject and Object. Pronouns. Challenges. Activity type: Matching. Level: High-Beginning / Low- ... solutions using subject and object pronouns. Students state a challenge that they or someone else is ... I need to exercise more, but I hate.

(Subject, Object, Possessive Pronouns) and ... - Yo quiero aprobar

Finally, practice by doing the exercises. Pronouns and Possessive Forms. Subject Pronouns. Object Pronouns. Possessive Adjectives. Possessive Pronouns.

The Subject and Object Pronoun Exercise - Autoenglish

www.autoenglish.org. Written by Bob Wilson ©Robert Clifford McNair Wilson 2007. The Subject and Object Pronoun Exercise. Object Pronouns. Singular. Plural.

Past Simple or Past Continuous Exercise 2 - Perfect English Grammar

1. © www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Past Simple or Past Continuous Exercise 2. Choose the past ...

(Subject, Object, Possessive Pronouns) and Possessive Adjectives

Finally, practice by doing the exercises. Pronouns and Possessive Forms. Subject Pronouns. Object Pronouns. Possessive Adjectives. Possessive Pronouns.

www.perfect-english-grammar.com Past Perfect Positive and Negative

(eat) the shellfish, they began to feel sick. 4. If you ... (meet) her before somewhere. 9. We were ... (not / use) email before, so I showed him how to use it. 20. You ...

Present Perfect or Past Simple 2 - Perfect English Grammar

I've seen three police cars this morning. 2. After he arrived home, he unpacked and went to bed early. 3. A: What's wrong? B: I've broken a glass! 4.

Perfect-English-Grammar.com Future Perfect Simple Exercises

May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Perfect-English-Grammar.com. Future Perfect Simple Exercises. Make the future perfect positive: By 10 pm ...

Causatives Exercise 1: Have / Get Something Done - Perfect English ...

www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Causatives Exercise 1: Have / Get Something Done. Change these ...

'So do I' and 'neither do I' - Perfect English Grammar

The verb after 'so' or 'neither' changes depending on the tense of the verb in the first sentence. (This is very similar to tag questions). Present simple: use 'do / does ...

'Will' or 'be going to'? - Perfect English Grammar

B: I can't decide … Okay, I. have the steak, please. 9. A: Are you busy tonight? Would you like to have coffee?

The Passive: Verbs with Two Objects Exercise 1 - Perfect English ...

2014 www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. The Passive: Verbs with Two Objects Exercise 1. This time there ...

Countable and Uncountable Nouns Exercise 1 - Perfect English ...

Countable and Uncountable Nouns Exercise 1. Are these nouns countable or uncountable? Circle the correct answer: 1. Rice countable / uncountable. 2. Chair.

Embedded Questions in Statements Exercise 1 - Perfect English ...

2016 www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Embedded Questions in Statements Exercise 1. 1. Where does ...

Causatives - Perfect English Grammar

We use a causative verb when we want to talk about something that someone else did for us or for ... The form is 'subject have object past participle'.