Here are some beginner English exercises. A1 means you can use this basic language. Put the words in the spaces ….. …..
One of the first grammar points you need to learn is the negative forms of BE.
This is a growing C2 test, so check back soon.
How do we find rare grammar so that we can give our student real examples?
It is not so clear on the English grammar profile, why they say “if + ed endings”. Their examples include words that get tagged as past participles and adjectives, yet to help maintain focus, this entry does look at just the word ending “ed”. What we found here is that the best examples lead back […]
JJ or supposedly an adjective + NN noun on iWeb gives us a picture that requires interpretation of manual data. On the left is how text inspector divides the vocabulary level.
The position of the adjective when placed directly before a noun is referred to being in the attributive position. At lower levels, students already do this so here it becomes important to look at the range of adjectives used to create these noun phrases. One could just leave this to vocabulary if it were not […]