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This is where you can work on your English grammar. And to help you remember the grammar that you learn, try the quizzes too

Adjective + Preposition Collocations
We often follow adjectives by prepositions (words like of, for, with), for example: afraid of (She's afraid of the dark); famous for (France is famous for wine); bored with (I'm bored with this film).

Auto Generated English Grammar Exercises and Worksheets
Grammarism.com is a comprehensive website for practicing English grammar online and accessing downloadable English grammar worksheets. The website covers a diverse range of English grammar topics, including present simple tense, past simple tense, present continuous tense, present perfect tense, passive voice, relative clauses, nouns, adjectives, pronouns, and subject-verb agreement, among others. You can enhance your English grammar skills online and find PDF worksheets that you can print.

Collective Nouns
A collective noun is a noun that represents a collection of individuals, usually people, such as team, family or crew.

Common Nouns
There are MILLIONS of websites, and the word "website" is a common noun. This page is about common nouns, which are all the "normal", general nouns.

Conjugate English Verbs
Conjugations for 7,422 English verbs. Input any form, e.g. "went"

Easy Pronoun Rules
Here are 5 easy rules and tips to help you avoid mistakes with English pronouns.

Grammar.com
All the grammar you need to succeed in life. Free grammar & spell checker, articles, tutorials, vocabulary games and more in this useful resource.

Learn English grammar online | Lingbase
A web application with grammar explanation and online exercises of various types

Plural-Only Nouns
There is a small group of nouns that exist only in the plural form, for example: clothes, pants, scissors, shorts, thanks, trousers

What's IN a Preposition?
Prepositions can be divided into one-word prepositions (eg at, into, on) and complex prepositions (eg according to, in spite of).

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