English Grammar - Advanced
- Advanced Tenses (10)
- Conditionals (4)
- Advanced Level English Verb Structures (11)
- Adjectives and Adverbs (15)
- Prepositions for Advanced (7)
The Use Of Where, Why And When - Relative Clauses and Preposition Use
A look at the proper usage of questions in relative clauses for upper level English learners, classes and teachers.
How To Use A Relative Clause
A look at the proper usage of relative clauses for upper level English learners, classes and teachers.
Focus on the Verb - 'Use'
An in-depth guide to the various uses of the verb 'use' to express habit, and ability to cope with a given situation.
English Tip of the Day
Each day receive a new English use tip with sentence examples. There is also a Quiz of the Day and Worksheet of the Day. The English level, quiz and worksheet start off easy at an intermediate level. As the months go by, you'll improve your level to advanced English usage.
Adding Emphasis in English - Cleft Sentences, Inversion and More
This article provides an explanation of a number of forms used to emphasize statements when expressing opinions, disagreeing, making strong suggestions, expressing annoyance, etc.
Advanced English Grammar Review Quiz
This quiz provides questions that cover each of the most important Grammar points that advanced level English students need to know. Correct answers are provided after each question and a total score is given with feedback at the end of the test.
Basic English Punctuation Rules
This guide provides instruction on the basic rules of using a period, comma, colon, semicolon, question mark and exclamation point. It is intended for intermediate to advanced level ESL EFL English classes.
Book Recommendations for Advanced English Learning
Recommendations for every advanced level American English or British English learner including course book, grammar books, exercise book, dictionary and vocabulary building resources.
When we use contractions (He's, We've etc.) in English including when to use contractions in written English.
Formal English is more difficult than informal English. Furthermore, ideas need to flow logically from one another. This is an example of two sentences connected by a discourse marker. Use this guide to help you or your students express their ideas well.
English Grammar Workbooks
Top grammar workbook recommendations for English as a Second Language students and teachers. These grammar workbooks are used in both the UK and the United States for classes and self-study from beginning to advanced levels.
Grammar Review Match-Up Game
Match-Up! is a grammar review game that helps students review basic sentence structure and match these structures to grammar concepts / structures / forms they have studied throughout the year.
Grammar Terminology Reference
Extract with a follow-up guide giving examples of the most important grammar terminology. Quickly brush-up your or your class' understanding of key grammar terminology, while at the same time reviewing some basic grammar concepts.
Paired Conjunctions - both - and, not only - but also, etc.
Paired conjunctions are especially useful for formal written English. Use this quiz to check your understanding of how these forms are used.
Personal Pronouns, Adjectives, Reflexive Forms: Quiz 1
Cloze quiz focusing on personal pronouns, posessive adjectives, possessive pronouns and reflexive forms.
Prepositional Phrase Reference Sheet
Improve your knowledge of some of the most important and common combinations of prepositions used in English. Here is a reference sheet of some of the most common prepositional phrases arranged by preposition.
Sentence Transformation Exercises
The ability to rewrite sentences so that they have the same meaning as the original is often required for many English ESL EFL Exams such as Cambridge's First Certificate, CAE and Proficiency. This skill can also help you prepare for the TOEFL examination (Test of English as a Foreign Language). There are five of these exercises in this series.
Subordinate clauses - concessive, time, place, reason clauses
Explanation with examples of four important subordinate clauses - concessive, time, place and reason clauses.
TOEFL Structure Practice
Interactive structure quiz similar to those of the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language). There are five interactive exercises in this series.
Explanation of indirect objects especially written for English as a Second Language or Foreign Language learners. A variety of direct object types are explained and examples are included to illustrate.
How to Use Quotation Marks
The use of quotations is an important part of essay writing and the use of direct speech. Learn how to correctly use quotation marks, as well as add punctuation to sentences that contain direct speech or quotes.