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How to use Subject Pronouns and Object Pronouns

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Choosing between a subject pronoun and an object pronoun can be tricky in a number of situations.  First, let's look at a list of pronouns.

How to use Sense Verbs

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When describing how someone (or something) looks, feels, sounds tastes or smells, we use adjectives.

Look, feel, sound taste and smell are all sense verbs. Here are some examples of sense verbs in action:
"You look angry."
"Her perfume smells nice."
"I feel tired."

Question and Answer Match

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Choose which question is best matched to each answer.  This will help you to learn some set phrases and it will help you review your understanding of English grammar.

If you have problems choosing which is correct, leave a comment.

Link: Question and Answer Exercise

Link: How to use Wh- questions

-ed and -ing adjective endings

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"This movie is boring, I am bored of watching it."

Subject Verb Agreement

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"Peter plays tennis"

Peter is the subject of the sentence. The subject is the person (or thing) that does an action.

Verb Tense Test

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Look at the following sentences and type in the missing word (only one word per sentence).  Use the words in brackets to help you. 

Link: General Quiz - Time to Review

Link: Verb Collocations

Which sentences have mistakes? Part 6

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Take a look at the following expressions. Which ones do you think have mistakes?.

I used to vs I am used to

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Take a look at the following two sentences. what's the difference in meaning?

"I used to drink green tea."

"I am used to drinking tea."

Verb Tense Review

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Are you a master of verb tenses? A grammar ninja? Prove it!

Test yourself with these ten sentences. Choose the appropriate verb for each one.

Try and make your answers 'all green'.

Link: Which sentences have mistakes?

Prepositions Quiz

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It's prepositions time again. The best way to learn them is through practice. Read through the ten sentences and choose the correct missing prepositions.

Finished already? Then try another exercise:

Link: 10 Prepositions Questions

Link: Quiz on Prepositions