3350+ English Grammar Practice

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    3350+ English Grammar Practice

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    NEW!!!! English grammar practice includes 3350 grammar exercises at three levels (beginner, intermediate , advanced) and is divided into different subjects of life.
    Exercise is associated with context will help you understand and remember the grammar in a natural way.
    The application will help you improve your English in general and in particular of English grammar.

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    Speaking already
    Drive carefully
    Listen vs. Hear
    Finish vs. End
    Start vs. Begin
    Modal Verbs
    How to use the articles
    Relative Pronouns
    Present Tense
    We went on holiday
    Grammar Questions
    An Easy Question
    Learn it by heart
    White Water Rafting
    Where am I?
    Remove the Spoon
    Weather Forecast
    On TV tonight
    The Bells
    Question Tags
    Object Pronoun
    Relative Pronoun Exercises
    Reflexive Pronouns
    Basic American English
    Basic English Grammar
    Basic Weather Expressions
    Basic English Expressions
    Elementary English Grammar
    Question Words
    Common Prepositions
    Modal Verb Questions
    Elementary Grammar Questions
    English Grammar Exercise
    Much, many, a lot, lots
    Elementary Adjectives
    Chit Chat: At the bus stop
    Chit Chat: Talking about the Doctor
    Chit Chat: In the Aeroplane
    Chit Chat: At the pub
    Chit Chat: At the restaurant
    Chit Chat: On the phone
    Chit Chat: In the theatre
    Chit Chat: In the supermarket
    Chit Chat: In the train
    Other, another, others, the others
    Adjective Prepositions Constructions
    Anything, nothing, something, everything
    American homophones
    Pronouns: who, whose, whom, which
    Some, any, few, little
    Prepositons Test
    Past Participle Sentences
    ESL Prepositions
    Common English Errors
    Common Quantity Nouns
    Using Make and Do (1)
    Using Prepositions
    Using Make and Do (2)
    Why Questions
    While, during and for
    auxiliary verbs: was, did, have
    prepositions of time: for, ago, since, on, at
    Common English phrases with prepositions
    Articles in English Grammar
    a, some or any
    Interrogative pronouns
    Possessive pronouns
    Phrasal verbs
    Say vs. Tell
    Close vs. Shut
    At the Restaurant
    At the Theatre
    Popular Idioms
    Popular Garden Idioms
    Eating Out
    Hot and Cold
    A Collision - Finish this Story
    Will or Shall?
    The two Butter Frogs
    Cross Questions
    Leave me alone
    What now?
    Wrapped round her finger
    The Ants and the Grasshopper
    The Two Dogs
    The Hare and the Tortoise
    Who has done it?
    Life on Mars?
    Go for it
    Eating Disorder
    Save the Day
    Yes, Yes, Yes
    Do you mind?
    Good Bye
    Keeping it Quiet
    A Crying Shame
    Lots of Stuff
    Hear my Story
    High and Low
    A Night Out
    Lots of Pieces
    Testing, Testing
    Losing It
    How to ask a question
    How to attract someone
    How to compliment
    Modal Medley
    Christmas Postman
    Christmas Postman
    Tick Tock
    Company Decisions
    Save Our Animals
    Simple Present
    Student Teacher Dialogue
    Phrasal Verb: Walk
    Paper expressions
    Verb Tenses
    English Tenses
    Conditional Tenses
    Sleep Expressions
    English tense explanations
    Idioms with the phrasal verb come, look
    Time clauses: future tense examples
    Idioms with the phrasal verb bring
    Question / Response Test
    Short Idioms Exam
    Mobile telecommunication expressions
    Idioms with the phrasal verb pull, get, go
    Phrasal Verbs
    Action verbs and sports expressions
    English prepositions exercises
    this, that, these, those
    Common subordinating conjunctions
    Reflexive and intensive pronouns
    about, just before
    American Presidents
    Idioms - hard
    Compound words: head
    Phrasal Verbs
    Idioms about Animals
    Idioms about Food
    Prepositions of Time and Date
    What Comes Next?
    Newspaper Headlines
    Learning tips and instructions
    Phrasal Verbs
    Time Expressions
    Interviews and Jobs
    At the Doctors
    Mistaken Identity
    Letter Writing
    Flying across the Channel
    Teaching your Wife to Drive
    One is always going to lose...
    A Public Figure
    State Secrets
    The News
    Talking through his hat
    Consider this
    You have to go
    Up in the Clouds
    Lucky You
    Bite, Bit, Bitten
    What a Cracker
    Lunch is served
    Dry as you like
    Back Again
    Bearing Information
    What the Devil

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