Exercises for Studying English Free Online (ESL)
Students, test your knowledge of the period, comma, colon, em-dash & more with our free punctuation quiz. Answers and explanations included.
Practice free exercises on conjunctions (coordinating, subordinating , and conjunctive adverbs) for intermediate & advanced ESL students.
Study our free exercises on adjectives to describe workers for upper-intermediate B1/C1 level students (ESL/EFL). Answers provided.
Read examples of parallelism and faulty parallelism and practice with our online exercises. Teachers, download our free worksheet for class.
Review grammar rules for question tags and do free exercises to improve your English. Teachers, download our worksheet for your ESL class.
Try our free exercises on simple, progressive (continuous), and perfect verb tenses and our quiz on conditionals and passive voice.
Study our exercises on sentence fragments and run-on sentences (and comma splices) in order to avoid common writing errors in English.
Complete practice exercises on keywords and English verb tenses. Complete sentences, read explanations, and see examples to improve your English.
Study so, too, too many, too much, so many, so much, and such with these practice exercises for ESL students. Worksheet also available for download.
An explanation of the passive voice with practice exercises (intermediate & advanced) to study online. Includes free worksheet download for ESL class.
Do practice exercises to study the difference between the verbs 'make' & 'do' in English. Includes a list of collocations and a free ESL worksheet download.
Study irregular verb exercises online for beginner and intermediate ESL students. Includes grammar, irregular verb table, and a downloadable worksheet.
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.
Article exercises (a, an, the) for beginner, intermediate, & advanced students that you can study online for free.
Free online preposition exercises in fill-in-the-blank format. Also available as preposition worksheet (download). Intermediate to advanced ESL/EFL level.