Grammar exercises for every student's needs!
Do you need help with a certain grammar concept?
Are you confused about when to use certain prepositions like "on, in, at, to, into, onto, upon..."?
Do you sometime forget when to use articles (a/an, the) and when to use no article at all?
Are you not sure about the difference between "that" and "which", "many" and "much"?
Do you need help with verb tenses like the conditional (He would go...), the present perfect (They have been married...), the present continuous (He is looking at the menu), or the present perfect continuous (It has been raining for 4 hours.)?
Do you just want to practice your writing skills with a writing prompt (meaning a subject to write about)? I have the lesson for you!
This lesson is geared toward helping students who have trouble with certain grammar rules. Most of the time, these students probably studied English a long time ago but have forgotten many rules that they learned in school. Or perhaps there are younger students who have just learned a grammar topic in school, but they haven't quite mastered it yet.
Grammar skills are just like muscles. You can strengthen them through practice and exercise! Tell me which concept you're struggling with, and I will find exercises that fit you best!