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English Grammar Lessons and Tests Index

2 Nouns Tutorials & 2 corresponding Nouns Tests

2 Adjectives Tutorials & 2 corresponding Adjectives Tests

2 Verbs Tutorials & 2 corresponding Verbs Tests


2 Adverbs Tutorials & 2 corresponding Adverbs Tests


2 Prepositions Tutorials & 2 corresponding Prepositions Tests


* Nouns

Common Nouns and Proper Nouns Lesson
Common Nouns and Proper Nouns Test
Lesson & Test Topics:
* What is a noun?
* Some basic definitions of nouns
* Proper nouns
* Common nouns
* Eponyms

Deciding whether or not a noun should have a capital letter or not can be confusing! But there are a few easy ways to remember how!

Collective Nouns Lesson
Collective Nouns Test
Lesson & Test Topics:
* What is a collective noun?
* Examples of collective nouns
* Using collective nouns
* Singular collective nouns
* Plural collective nouns

Collective nouns describe groups of nouns, like people, animals or things. They are very useful in everyday speech and fun to learn!



* Adjectives

Attributive Adjectives and Predicative Adjectives Lesson
Attributive Adjectives and Predicative Adjectives Test
Lesson & Test Topics:
* What is an adjective?
* What is an attributive adjective?
* What is a predicative adjective?
* Adjectives that are only attributive
* Adjectives that are only predicative

Adjectives are the parts of speech that are used to describe nouns and can turn a dull sentence into an engaging exchange. Let’s find out more about the types of adjectives you get.

Definite and Indefinite Adjectives Lesson
Definite and Indefinite Adjectives Test
Lesson & Test Topics:
* What is an adjective?
* What is an indefinite adjective?
* What is a definite adjective?

Adjectives are the parts of speech that are used to describe nouns and liven up any sentence. No more snoozing over that boring paragraph on nouns! Let’s find out more about the types of adjectives you get.



* Verbs

Verbs & Action Verbs Lesson
Verbs & Action Verbs Test
* What is a verb?
* What is an action verb?

Verbs are parts of speech that denotes an action, occurrence, event or a state of being. Verbs are ‘doing’ or ‘being’ words. There are different types of verbs, such as action, transitive verbs, intransitive verbs, auxiliary verbs, stative verbs, modal verbs, phrasal verbs and irregular verbs, but for today, we are concentrating on identifying action verbs. Action verbs are the ‘doing’ words.

Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Lesson
Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Test
* What is a verb?
* What is a transitive verb?
* What is an intransitive verb?
* Transitive and intransitive verbs depend on context

Verbs describe the main part of a sentence: in other words, what is happening? If there is an event in the sentence, the part of speech describing the event is the verb. Every complete sentence contains a verb. Interestingly, verbs change to show tense, as opposed to nouns which don’t, so for example, the verb ‘laugh’ in the present tense becomes ‘laughed’ in the past tense.




* Adverbs

What is an Adverb? Forming Adverbs from Nouns Lesson
What is an Adverb? Forming Adverbs from Nouns Test
* What is an adverb?
* How are adverbs formed from nouns?
* Where do adverbs come from?
* How do nouns become adverbs?

Adverbs are parts of speech which modify a verb, which is a word denoting an occurrence, event or a state of being. Adverbs can also modify other adverbs or adjectives. While verbs are concerned with actions, occurrences and so forth, adverbs are concerned with expressing manner, place, time or degree. Verbs may tell you what someone was doing, but only adverbs will tell you how well, quickly, or where they were doing it.

How are adverbs formed from adjectives? Adverbs Lesson
How are adverbs formed from adjectives? Adverbs Test
* What is an adverb?
* What is an adjective?
* How are adverbs formed from adjectives?

While adverbs, like adjectives, add color and description to a sentence, they are not indispensable parts of the sentence. It is the case that a sentence cannot be complete without a verb, but complete sentences that don’t have adverbs are plentiful. Adverbs modify the verb, adverb, or adjective. If you’re ever confused regarding whether a descriptive term is an adjective or an adverb, simply ask yourself whether it’s modifying the noun/noun phrase or the adjective/ verb/ another adverb.



* Prepositions

Time Prepositions Lesson
Time Prepositions Test
* What is a preposition?
* What is a preposition of time?
* How do I use prepositions of time?

Prepositions are parts of speech which indicate relationships between two words. These words are often close together. Prepositions come before (or precede) a noun or pronoun to show how that noun or pronoun is related to another word in the sentence. Prepositions of time, also known as time prepositions, are used to indicate how two words are related with regard to time.

Place Prepositions Lesson
Place Prepositions Test
* What is a preposition?
* What is a place preposition?
* How do I use prepositions of place?

Prepositions are parts of speech which indicate relationships between two words. These words are often close together. Prepositions come before (or precede) a noun or pronoun to show how that noun or pronoun is related to another word in the sentence. Prepositions of place, also known as place prepositions, are used to indicate how two words are related with regard to place.