Grammar Worksheets

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Abbreviations Worksheets

We explore how we shorten the use of common words and phrases to communicate our message to others. We also explore the different methods that used to achieve this and the purpose behind it.

Action Verbs Worksheets

We pay particular attention to this part of speech that can be used to describe a physical or mental activity.

Adjectives Worksheets

Students learn how to be more descriptive with their thoughts through the proper use of this part of speech.

Adjectives vs. Adverbs Worksheets

These sentence modifiers are often confused. This is a common error in written language. We explore the use of each modifier in sentence structure.

Adverb Clauses Worksheets

These clauses modify the verb in the main clause of a thought. We explore how word placement can change the meaning of a sentence.

Adverbs Worksheets

These parts of speech are used to modify adjectives, verbs, and other adverbs. They are often used to explain the degree to which something contributes to an action or attribute.

Affect vs. Effect Worksheets

We spend time exploring the proper use of these homophones in sentences. The core principle to remember is that they signify different parts of speech (affect is a verb, effect is a noun).

Appositives Worksheets

These terms are used to provide a greater level of information about a noun to the reader.

Articles of English Worksheets

We help students learn how to use articles to clarify meaning in their writing. We also explore when their use can hurt the language.

Auxiliary Verbs Worksheets

These are often referred to as helping verbs. When used properly they can provide a greater level of emphasis or even negation to the tone and mood of our thoughts.

Business English Worksheets

The focus here is to help non-native English speakers communicate their thoughts clearly and precisely.

Collective Nouns Worksheets

These terms help us to describe groups as a collective. When used appropriately it can enhance our language.

Collocation Worksheets

We learn how to pair words in written and spoken language to effectively heighten our thoughts.

Common Expressions Worksheets

We look at many different regional uses of language as slang that will often confuse non-native English speakers.

Comparative Adjectives Worksheets

When we want to highlight the differences between two nouns, we will often use these terms. They often require the use of a suffix or degree term.

Complete the Sentence Worksheets

These are quick and easy grammar worksheets that cover a great number of skills that are emphasized in this area.

Compound Nouns Worksheets

These are terms that are composed of multiple words that help use create an entire new meaning or varying degree. This helps us convey a greater level of preciseness to original intentions.

Concrete Nouns Worksheets

These are nouns that can be experienced with the help of one of human senses. When used appropriately these can make our language vivid for our audience.

Conditional Language Worksheets

This type of communication is used to refer to something that may or may not occur. The goal is often to explore hypothetical situations.

Conjunctions Worksheets

These terms are used to connect various forms of language together to help us express a thought. They help us establish a bridge across ideas and add a sense of clarity.

Contractions Worksheets

We learn how to use these shortened forms of words and phrases. They are often used in informal writing and spoken language, but they must be used sparingly in formal writing.

Demonstratives Worksheets

We learn how to use terms that help us describe the location or position of something.

Determiners Worksheets

These are specific reference in our sentence that are used to reference a noun in a sentence.

Direct Objects Worksheets

We explore how to spot the noun or pronoun that receives the action of the verb in a sentence.

Do, Does, Did Worksheets

While these terms are often connected and confused, we explore how to properly use them in your writing.

Double Negatives Worksheets

These worksheets explore how to spot the improper use of grammar when it comes to terms of negation.

Ed Endings Worksheets

We explore how to properly use terms of the past tense that end in -ed.

Ethos, Pathos, Logos Worksheets

These worksheets explore the use of these three different modes of persuasion in our language. The proper use of this in our language can help you win over your audience.

Future Tense Worksheets

We learn how to realign and place words within our sentences to establish the sense of something that will take place in the future.

Gerunds Worksheets

These verb forms can act as nouns. They often established by adding an -ing ending.

Good vs. Well Worksheets

Students will often muddle the use of this adjective (good) and adverb (well).

Grammar Corrections Worksheets

These worksheets put students in the role of teacher. They will correct sentences and paragraphs that are not well thought out.

Have, Has, Had Worksheets

Students learn how to properly use these specific auxiliary verbs in their language.

Helping Verbs Worksheets

We learn how to provide readers additional information to help them better understand what we are describing.

Homographs Worksheets

The English Language can often be confusing because words like these have the same spelling, but they are pronounced differently and have different meanings.

Homonyms Worksheets

To add to the confusion, we will often come across terms that are pronounced and spelled the same but have different meanings.

Homophones Worksheets

The last area in this consecutive collective source of misunderstanding for students. These terms are pronounced the same, but they have different spelling and meaning.

How Much or How Many Worksheets

Students learning how to apply these phrases properly in their written language.

I vs. Me Worksheets

We take some time to approach the usage of these pronouns grammatically correct in sentence are pre-written for us. We then compose our own sentences with this new skill in mind.

Imperatives Worksheets

These types of sentences have three primary purposes. They are used to either offer advice, commands, or instructions. They lend themselves to helping us make helpful suggestions or recommendations.

In, On, At Worksheets

We use these different prepositions to signify a specific location or time. We learn how to use these properly in sentences.

Indefinite Pronouns Worksheets

When we are using relatively general language, we will often choose to use these types of pronouns. You will find it helpful to include them regularly in your written language to break up your thoughts and not repeat your use of words or phrases.

Infinitives Worksheets

These root forms of verbs are often led by the use of the word (to). These types of terms serve countless purposes in your sentences.

Interjections Worksheets

We use these terms when we want to elicit an emotional response from our readers or general audience. They can help you express a level of excitement or surprise, as needed.

Interrogatives Worksheets

Students will work on using the words and phrases to help them craft questions that work to ascertain a wide range of thoughts.

Irregular Plural Nouns Worksheets

These rule breakers take on their form and do not follow regular spelling patterns. We work through a wide range of use cases.

Irregular Verbs Worksheets

Students will work with verbs that are the equivalent of sight words. They defy all normal conventions of spelling and are often required to memorized in order to spelled consistently. These are the action words that we have trouble spelling.

Is, Am, Are Worksheets

These words take the verbal phrase (to be) to the next level. We learn when to use each form in the sentences that we compose.

It’s or Its Worksheets

I find that even adults confuse the use of these two terms. Especially those that do not diligently proof their own writing. We explore when to use the contraction and when to use the possessive pronoun in your language.

Mechanics Worksheets

This is the all-encompassing area of this topic. We look at all the of governing principles that we use in our written language.

Modal Auxiliaries Worksheets

These are often referred to as modal verbs. They convey the speaker’s or author’s state of mind towards an action or state of the main verb in the sentence.

Noun Clauses Worksheets

These types of clauses have so many different uses in our work that it is not even funny. You will find them critical to use when you are forming more complex sentences.

Noun, Verb, or Adjective Worksheets

We learn the purpose, use, and differentiation of these three core parts of speech. We look at when we should use these terms, their placement within sentences, and how they can heighten our level of communication.

Nouns Worksheets

These building blocks of language are either people, places, or things. We learn how to identify and place them effectively in our thoughts.

Object Pronouns Worksheets

These parts of speech are a type of pronoun that is used to replace or stand in for the object of a verb or preposition in a sentence. They are extremely helpful to avoid repetition and create more concise and coherent sentences.

Order of Adjectives Worksheets

We display a variety of different means to heighten the significance of your language by using a varied approach to how you place your adjectives in sentence or paragraph.

Parallel Structure Worksheets

We explore how to use this technique to improve the simplicity and effectiveness of your sentences. This will help you form a level of balance in your written language.

Participles Worksheets

These are verb forms that function as adjectives or adverbs in a sentence. We look at this topic from a more general stance and the goal is to have students learn to classify the part of speech that these serve in sentences.

Parts of Speech Worksheets

Students will learn how to classify the use of words and phrases in a series of statements. This is a hugely important aspect of helping you to improve your communication skills.

Personal Pronouns Worksheets

We learn how to use these terms to signify a particular person, place, or thing. They can also be used to clarify a sense of ownership or possession.

Plural Nouns Worksheets

These parts of speech help to indicate the quantity or number of items being referred to in a sentence, allowing for more accurate and precise communication. They are used to represent more than one person, place, thing, idea, or concept.

Plural Pronouns Worksheets

These terms help us to avoid repetition and create more concise and coherent sentences by replacing or standing in for plural nouns. Learning how to use this spectrum of words can make your writing much more heightened.

Plurals Worksheets

These worksheets help students learn how to properly depict more than one of something.

Possessive Noun Worksheets

These are nouns that indicate ownership or a relationship of belonging between two entities. We not only work on recognition but using these words in our own writing.

Possessive Pronouns Worksheets

We use these words to replace possessive noun phrases. This can be used to help us avoid repetition and create more concise and coherent sentences.

Pragmatics Worksheets

This section helps students delve deeper into the study of context. We expect students to understand and extend beyond the use of literal meanings.

Predicate Adjectives Worksheets

We learn how to use these types of terms to extend the meaning of a sentence. The goal is to provide the reader with additional information.

Prefixes Worksheets

We explore a series of specific letters that ultimately change the meaning of words and phrases. Students learn how to use them to modify the meaning of words to their own advantage.

Prepositional Phrases Worksheets

These group of words function as a single unit within a sentence, typically providing additional information about time, place, direction, manner, or other aspects of the main action or state described by the sentence.

Prepositions Worksheets

Students learn how to use these words that help them express relationships between nouns or pronouns and other words in a sentence, such as in, on, at, with, and by.

Prepositions of Place Worksheets

This selection of worksheets can do a great deal to help students learn how to express the relationship between a noun or pronoun and location or placement.

Prepositions of Time Worksheets

We explore how to express when something occurs and how long it takes place for.

Pronoun Antecedent Agreement Worksheets

We jump into the use of a grammatical rule that indicates the correlation between gender, number, and person involved.

Pronouns Worksheets

We use these terms to help us keep track of the nouns or noun phrases. The proper usage of these words contributes to the natural flow of speech and writing in our language.

Reflexive Pronouns Worksheets

These parts of speech refer back to subject of sentence. You will learn how to identify them and use them to tighten up your language.

Regular and Irregular Verbs Worksheets

Being able to recognize the difference between these parts of speech are often slightly more difficult for students. The main difference lies in the way they form their past tense and past participle forms.

Relative Pronouns Worksheets

We learn the use of these types of terms to help us create complex and descriptive sentences.

Singular Pronoun Worksheets

These terms all refer to a single person, place, thing, or idea.

Singular to Plural Worksheets

We work on the conversion from an individual to many in our sentences. This will help us to improve our use of collective terms across many different mediums.

Singular Worksheets

You will learn how to express the idea of one of the various objects, people, and places that we will examine.

Subject and Predicate Worksheets

The subject is the “who” or “what” part of a sentence. It’s the person, place, thing, or idea that is doing or being something. The predicate is the part of the sentence that describes what the subject is doing or what condition the subject is in.

Subject Pronoun Worksheets

Subject pronouns are pronouns that are used as the subject of a sentence. They perform the action in a sentence, and are typically found at the beginning of sentences, although they can also appear after linking verbs.

Subject Verb Agreement Worksheets

This grammatic rule is fundamental to properly communicate your thoughts to your audience. We will learn to evaluate the rule and use it to advantage in language.

Subjunctive Worksheets

The subjunctive is used to explore conditional or imaginary situations. It’s often used in “if” statements or following certain verbs.

Subordinating Conjunction Worksheets

Subordinating conjunctions are conjunctions that join a subordinate (or dependent) clause to a main (or independent) clause.

Suffixes Worksheets

We learn how to use these word endings to reveal a sense of degree or tense in our sentences. They can have a huge impact on the effectiveness of our connection to our audience.

Superlative Adjectives Worksheets

When we want to compare multiple values of things these come in real handy. They can add value to language and intensify our message to our readers.

Syntax Worksheets

We look at how to properly place our words and phrases for offer a sense of extreme influence on our ideas.

The Verb “To Be” Worksheets

This simple verb is used to convey different states of identity and attributes. While it seems simple, it is often confused with the use of other phrases.

Then vs. Than Worksheets

These terms are often confused because the make similar sounds. One is used to define a time or sequence (then) and the other is used solely for comparisons (than).

There Is or There Are Worksheets

We look at instances of when to use the singular and plural form of these phrases in writing.

This, That, These, Those Worksheets

We learn about the distance a noun resides from a speaker to help us learn which of these demonstrative pronouns best fits the use within our language.

To, Too, Two Worksheets

The use of these three words in one of the most common typos made today. We explore the use of each term in our language.

Transitive and Intransitive Verb Worksheets

These types of verbs differ in whether or not they require an object to complete their meaning. Transitive verbs require one or more objects to complete their meaning. Intransitive verbs do not require an object to complete their meaning. The action ends with the subject, and isn’t being done to anything else.

Used To vs. Use To Worksheets

The goal here is to focus on the timing of the language that is necessary to best convey our thoughts.

Verb Worksheets

Verbs are words that express an action, occurrence, or state of being. They are one of the core parts of a sentence and are necessary to make a statement.

Verbal Worksheets

These are verbs that function as other parts of speech in a sentence, rather than as the main verb.

Verb Conjugation Worksheets

This is an often-overlooked aspect of our language. Students will learn how to properly conjugate verbs to best clarify the context of the words and phrases that they may need to use.

Was and Were Worksheets

The use of these terms is often seen as subjective, but we explore a quick method to make sure your language is clear and concise with respect to first, second, and third person thoughts. We also dive into the use of plurals.

Who Am I? Worksheets

You will navigate the statements that are presented to understand the nature of the noun that is being presented to you.

Will vs. Going To Worksheets

The focus here is on future events that have not occurred yet. We center ourselves on instances where they are not used interchangeably.

Would, Could, Should Worksheets

These modal verbs serve very different purposes. We learn how to properly use them in our everyday language.

Your vs. You’re Worksheets

This is one of the most common typos found by even professional editors. We expand your level of alertness on how to use them properly in your language.