Study the difference between the English verbs 'expect' and 'suspect'. Read an explanation, see examples, and learn the grammar forms to improve your English.
Study subject-verb-agreement rules and practice with exercises for beginner, intermediate, and advanced ESL students. A free downloadable worksheet is available for English teachers.
Learn how to use 'had better' and the difference between had better and other modal verbs (must/have to/should). Read example sentences and learn the grammar rules.
An explanation of the pronouns and demonstrative adjectives 'this/that/those/these'. This lesson includes explanations, examples, and practice exercises for ESL students to improve their English.
This page explains the differences between 'have to', 'have', 'have got to', 'have to', and 'got to'. Includes example sentences and grammar rules for different tenses.
An explanation of the difference between the conjunctions when & while in English. Contains examples and advice.
Study the difference between the coordinating conjunction 'so' and the subordinate conjunction 'so (that)'. Includes grammar explanation quiz.
An explanation of the differences between the verbs 'to lie' and 'to lay'. Includes example sentences and short quiz for students of English (ESL).
Learn the difference between the phrases 'In accordance with' and 'According to'. Contains explanation, examples and a free quiz for students of English.
Rules and exercises on forming questions with Wh-question words (where/what/whose/etc). Includes exercises for ESL students and free worksheet for teachers.
A lesson on the rules of making yes/no questions in English. Students, study the exercises online. Teachers, download the free worksheet for ESL class.
An explanation of the difference between the Latin conjunctions i.e. (id est) and e.g. (exempli gratia) in English. Includes examples and quiz.
An explanation of the difference between ergative verbs such as 'increase' that can be transitive (and used in the passive voice) and intransitive verbs.
Explanation of the difference between the English words effect and affect. Includes practice exercises and free worksheet download for ESL class.
Learn the grammar rules for comparative and superlative adjectives and study free exercises to practice. Includes downloadable worksheet for ESL class.
An explanation of the difference between the preposition 'during' & the subordinating conjunction 'while.' Includes examples & free practice exercises.
An explanation of 'the' before the names of places (oceans, lakes, rivers, countries, etc.). Includes free worksheet & practice exercises for ESL students.
Learn the difference between the subject pronoun 'who' and the object pronoun 'whom' in English. Read an explanation and do free practice exercises. (ESL)
Study how to use commas in defining and non-defining adjective clauses (relative clauses). Do free practice exercises online or download the ESL worksheet.
Study how to use 'where/when/whose' in adjective clauses (relative clauses). Learn the grammar rules & do practice exercises. Free worksheet download.
Study adjective clauses (relative clauses) online. Do free exercises to practice using relative pronouns (subject & object) or download the worksheet (ESL).
English Grammar: First & Second Conditional Review & Exercises (Future Real/Future Unreal/Present Unreal)
Study the difference between the first & second conditional. Students, read the grammar rules and do practice exercises. Teachers download the free worksheet.
Study the difference between the verbs hope and wish. See examples and do practice exercises online for ESL students or download the worksheet for free.
Study the difference between the past perfect simple, past perfect progressive/continuous, and past simple. See examples & do practice exercises.
Study the difference between the past simple & present perfect (simple & progressive). Read examples and do free practice exercises online for ESL students.
Learn the difference between state verbs (non-progressive verbs) & action verbs. Study the grammar and do free exercises to practice.
A review of the rules of simple present & present continuous (progressive) verb tenses and free exercises for studying the present tense online (ESL).
Free exercises on verbs/adjectives followed by gerunds or infinitives. Includes an explanation of the grammar rules and quiz for students of English.
A lesson plan for teaching verbs followed by gerunds or infinitives. Includes sample stories and discussion questions. Free for intermediate ESL class.
An explanation of the verb notice and its difference from the verbs note (and say/state). Explanations include examples & a quiz for ESL/English students.
An explanation of the difference between 'so' and 'too' in English grammar. The lesson has examples and a free quiz for ESL students.
Explanation of the difference between the words pain, painful, and in pain. Includes example sentences and a quiz to study online for free. For ESL students
Free quiz on common English mistakes made made by ESL students. Study the exercises online download the worksheet. Intermediate level.
An explanation of the differences between the two verbs need and require. For English students (ESL) and teachers interested in English grammar.
Free worksheet for reviewing irregular verb conjugations (past tense & past participles) with a speaking activity for clarifying questions with mistakes.
Explanation of using quantifiers 'all/many/most/some/few' with subjects in English. For ESL students. Includes practice quiz.
Table with examples and rules for each conditional in English (zero, first, second, third, mixed). Good review for ESL teachers and students. Free download.
An explanation of the difference between a few / few and a little & little. Includes examples and quiz.
Students, practice English online with this questions quiz. For practice of WH questions & Yes/No questions. Free exercises for Intermediate ESL students.
Test your English online with this grammar quiz. Questions include Present Simple, Present Perfect, Present Progressive, Past Simple, Past Progressive.
Correct 20 common grammar mistakes made by intermediate ESL students. Good exercises to review English grammar.
How to make questions using 'How long' & 'How Far?' Includes explanation of the difference and exercises. Download the worksheet for free. (ESL/EFL)
An explanation of the difference between dead, die, died, dead, & pass away. Includes short exercise and discussion questions. For English/ESL students.
How to use ~ing / ~ed adjectives (participial adjectives) that describe feelings. Examples: bored/boring, excited/exciting. Includes quiz for ESL students.
An explanation of "go home" vs. "go to home" and how to use adverbs of place.
The difference between 'sometime' and 'sometimes' in English. Read the explanations and do the sometime/sometimes exercises.
An explanation of the passive voice and the reasons why we use it. Includes active & passive sentence exercises.
Understand the difference in English grammar between "too", "either", and "neither." Read examples and do practice exercises online.
Understand the difference between 'use to', 'to be used to', and 'get used to' in English. Includes explanation, examples, and practice exercises about use to/be used to.
Read about the difference between experience and experiences (the countable & non-countable noun).
Read a helpful explanation on using the indefinite and definite articles (a/n & the) in English.
Study how to use the indefinite articles A/An in English. Learn the importance of word sounds in English & do practice exercises on the indefinite article.
English grammar: The basic differences between "so" and "such." Good for beginners & intermediate ESL/EFL students. Includes so and such exercise.
A reference sheet of basic grammar terms English teachers need to know. Useful for English teachers & ESL/EFL students. Free to download and print.
34 common grammar mistakes made by students of English (ESL/EFL). Students, take the online quiz to fix the mistakes. Teachers, download the free worksheet.
Raise or rise? Explains the English grammar difference between the verbs raise and rise. Contains a few practice exercises.
other vs another: grammar tips on differences between another, the other, and other. Includes English grammar explanation and "(an)other" practice exercise.