Category: Grammar

Verbs Worksheet For Class 5

Identify the verbs in the following sentences. Verbs are action words. Words expressing states are also verbs. Examples are: is, am, are, was, were, has, have, had. It is easy to identify verbs. Verbs...

Two-Word Verbs

Some verbs are followed by a preposition or adverb particle. They have put off the meeting. I ran into an old friend of mine yesterday. They worked hard to put out the fire. Please...

Transitive And Intransitive Verbs Worksheet

State whether the following verbs are transitive or intransitive. You can learn more about transitive and intransitive verbs here. I met them yesterday. I took the children to the park. The wind was blowing...

Class 10 Sentence Correction Worksheet

The following passage has not been edited. There is an error in each line against which a numeral is given. Write the incorrect word and the correction in the space provided. incorrect correct Losing...

Some vs. Any

Uncountable and plural nouns are often used either with some/any or with no article. Usually there is no difference of meaning. I need (some) writing paper. Have you got (any) rice? The difference We use some/any when we...

Simple Sentence

According to their meaning and word order, sentences can be divided into four classes – assertive, imperative, interrogative and exclamatory. It is also possible to classify sentences into four different kinds according to their clause structure. These...