The INFINITIVE

3 Videos explaining about the infinitive:

Exercises:
Tr these: Interactive quizzes 1


Articles: a/an/the or nothing????

Here are some links to learn about which one to use and to practice using articles
Kenneth's ESL Blog: http://esl.about.com/b/2007/12/20/a-an-the-or-o.htm
and a direct link to the QUIZ
and another 2 quizzes on the a4esl site: Quiz 1 Quiz 2
and on Learnenglishfeelgood site: 10 question quiz
and from Rong-changs English site: QUIZ
YouTube lesson on Articles

PREPOSITIONS - IN AT ON etc.........

Prepositions of TIME - Click HERE to find out when to use IN, AT or ON
On-line quizzes:

Prepositions of PLACE - Click HERE to find out when to use them
On-line quizzes:

OTHER PREPOSITION LINKS:

BBC Skillswise: lots of GRAMMAR GAMES AND ACTIVITIES


COMPARATIVES - Do this quiz from the British Council LearnEnglish Site
While you are there, try some other grammar quizzes

SUPERLATIVES - Go to the **Guinness World Record** Site
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and find some records. Write down sentences about them - for example:
The longest hair in the world is ........ long and belongs to .................... who comes from ..............................

Question Tags

Activity 1 - GUESS the correct answer (in your head), before clicking on the ANSWER.
Activity 2 - Correct the tag questions in the sentences on your worksheet - then click HERE to find the correct answers.

Are you BORED or BORING? - lesson on YouTube

Online Quiz - bored or boring?

SAY or TELL, LISTEN or HEAR

LOOK SEE WATCH - Lots of activities and exercises to explain the difference between these 3 verbs/actions

THE BASICS OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR Slideshow explaining some very basic rules

Either or Neither ???? Quiz


Compound sentences and RELATIVE CLAUSES

All about compound sentences, and games and activities from BBC Skillswise site: http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/words/grammar/interestsentences/compoundsentences/
How and when to use relative clauses: http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/relative-clauses/
- an online exercise on relative clauses

VERBS - ACTIVE or PASSIVE

Site which explains the difference between ACTIVE and PASSIVE verbs: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/539/01/ (you need to click on all the different headings under this topic)
Click HERE to try a quiz with 26 questions

Advanced Grammar Quizzes: http://a4esl.org/a/g5.html

UNCOUNTABLE, Non-count, Collective or MASS NOUNS
Information sheet -
Great site with explanation, examples and exercises: http://www.grammar-quizzes.com/agree2a.html
More online exercises:
Noncount nouns from English-Zone.Com
The Noncount Noun
Count and Non-count Nouns @ The Internet Grammar of English
Countable and Uncountable nouns exercises
Nouns Uncountables English Online Exercise
Grammar Exercise - Countable and uncountable nouns
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