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GrammarQuiz – Simple Tenses

Tense means time. Tense apply to verbs. Every verb has a number of tenses to indicate when the action or state of condition occurred. The simple tenses are Present, Past and Future. To try my GrammarQuiz on Simple Tenses – click HERE. Use my instant Answer Key. If you have any questions, send them in the Reply below.

GrammarQuiz – Regular & Irregular Verbs

Regular verbs are verbs in which the past tense is formed by adding ‘ed’ to the present tense. The future tense is formed by adding ‘shall’ or ‘will’ to the present tense of a verb. Irregular verbs are verbs in which the past tense does not end in ‘ed’ but is formed in various ways. The most common way is to change the vowel: ‘ring’ to ‘rang’. The future tense is formed by adding ‘shall’ or ‘will’ to the present tense. To try my GrammarQuiz on Regular and Irregular Verbs – click HERE. Use my instant Answer Key. If you have any questions, send them in the Reply below.

GrammarQuiz – Linking Verbs

Linking verbs are a small group of verbs that do not express action. The verb ‘be’ is the most important linking verb. The main purpose of this verb is to serve as a link that joins the subject to a word in the predicate in a way that adds meaning to the subject. To try my GrammarQuiz on Linking Verbs – click HERE. Use my instant Answer Key. If you have any questions, send them in the Reply below.

GrammarQuiz – Verbs: Action and No-action Verbs

Verbs are another group of words which must be part of every sentence. Verbs are words that tell what people or things do, what happens to them or what they are like. Every sentence and clause must have a verb. There are two kinds of verbs: action and no action verbs (state of being). To try my GrammarQuiz on Verbs – click HERE. Use my instant Answer Key. If you have any questions, send them in the Reply below.

GrammarQuiz – Subject/Verb Agreement

There must be agreement in number between the subject (noun or pronoun) and the predicate (verb) of a sentence. For example, when the subject is singular the verb must also be singular. When the subject is plural, the verb must be plural. To try my GrammarQuiz on Subject/Verb Agreement – click HERE. Use my instant Answer Key. If you have any questions, send them in the Reply below.

GrammarQuiz – Simple Sentence

We use sentences to express complete thoughts. The Simple Sentence has a subject and a predicate and expresses a complete thought. It is also the basis for all sentences. To try my GrammarQuiz on Simple Sentence – click HERE. Use my instant Answer Key. If you have any questions, send them in the Reply below.

GrammarQuiz – Sentence Problems

There are two common types of sentence problems: sentence fragment and run-on sentence. Sentences without either a subject or a predicate are often sentence problems, although there are some exceptions. To try my GrammarQuiz on Sentence Problems – click HERE. Use my instant Answer Key. If you have any questions, send them in the Reply below.

GrammarQuiz – Sentence Order

The word order of most English sentences is ‘subject-verb-object/complement. Writers may change the order to place special emphasis on a particular word, phrase or clause. To try my GrammarQuiz on Sentence Order – click HERE. Use my instant Answer Key. If you have any questions, send them in the Reply below.

GrammarQuiz – Kinds of Sentences

A sentence is a unit of meaning which can stand alone because it expresses a complete thought. There are four kinds of sentences: declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory. To try my GrammarQuiz on Kinds of Sentences – click HERE. Use my instant Answer Key. If you have any questions, send them in the Reply below.

GrammarQuiz – Punctuation

Punctuation marks are signals from the writer to the reader. They help the reader to understand the text. To try my GrammarQuiz on Punctuation – click HERE. Use my instant Answer Key. If you have any questions, send them in the Reply below.