Adverb Exercises

Adverb Exercises

Adverbs are versatile words that modify verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs, providing more information about how, when, where, or to what extent an action is performed. Adverbs can appear in various positions within a sentence, depending on the emphasis or context. They often come before or after the verb they modify, but they can also be found at the beginning or end of a sentence.

Verb Exercises

Verb Exercises

Verbs are words that express action, occurrence, or state of being in a sentence.

Numeral Exercises

Numeral Exercises

In English grammar, numerals function as a part of speech to represent numbers, quantify nouns, and express numerical relationships. There are two main types of numerals in English: cardinal numerals and ordinal numerals.

About Nouns. Common and Proper Nouns

About Nouns. Common and Proper Nouns

common nouns are general and refer to non-specific entities, while proper nouns are specific names used to uniquely identify individuals, places, or things. The key difference is in the level of specificity and the capitalization of proper nouns.

Modal Verbs: need

Modal Verbs: need

Need can function as a modal auxiliary verb when used in certain contexts, indicating a lack of necessity or obligation.Need can also function as a main verb, meaning to require or be necessary.