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Will or Be Going To Exercise 1

Exercise about 'will' and 'going to' for the future

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Listening Challenge 1

Understand native English speakers more easily

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Idioms challenge 2

Learn 150 idioms in 30 days with our idioms challenge

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Ultimate B2 Grammar Course

Complete upper-intermediate grammar course

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Ultimate B1 Grammar Course

Complete intermediate grammar course

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Ultimate A2 Grammar Course

Complete pre-intermediate grammar course

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Perfect English Grammar Courses

Complete English grammar courses

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Perfect English Grammar

Lots of free explanations and exercises to help you perfect your English grammar.

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Possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns exercise and worksheet

Practise using possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns in English.

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Possessive pronouns and possessive adjectives

Explanation of possessive pronouns and possessive adjectives in English grammar.

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Even Exercise

Even - how to use the word 'even' in English.

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Even

How to use the word 'even' in English.

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Do / Does / Am / Is / Are Exercise 1

An exercise about choosing do / does / am / is / are in present simple questions.

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Do / does / am / is / are?

How to choose do / does or am / is / are in the present simple tense.

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'No' and 'Not' Exercise 2

Exercise about using 'no' and 'not' in English.

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'No' and 'Not' Exercise 1

Exercise about using 'no' and 'not' in English.

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Indefinite Pronouns Exercise 1

Exercise about using somebody / something / somewhere / anybody / anything / anywhere / nobody / nothing / nowhere / everybody / everything / everywhere.

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Indefinite Pronouns

How to use indefinite pronouns: somebody / something / somewhere / anybody / anything / anywhere / nobody / nothing / nowhere / everybody / everything / everywhere

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Subject and Object Pronouns

Practise using the English subject and object pronouns with this free online exercise.

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Subject and object pronouns

How to use subject pronouns and object pronouns in English.

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There Is / There Are

Practise using 'there is' and 'there are' with this exercise.

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There is / There are

How to use 'there is' and 'there are' in English.

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Infinitives of Purpose Exercise 1

Practise your infinitives of purpose with this quiz.

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Infinitive of Purpose

How to use infinitives of purpose to say why you do something.

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This That These Those

How to use this, that, these and those in English.

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This That These Those Exercise 1

Practise using this, that, these and those with this exercise.

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Either and Neither Exercise 2

Practise using either and neither with this exercise.

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Either and Neither Exercise 1

Practise using either and neither with this exercise.

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Either and Neither

How to use Either and Neither in English.

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