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.

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.

Adjective Exercises

An adjective is a word that modifies or describes a noun or pronoun by providing additional information about its qualities, characteristics, or attributes.

Adjectives describe the qualities or characteristics of nouns (e.g., tall, blue, happy).

They help to make writing more descriptive and expressive by providing vivid details about the subject.

Adjectives typically come before the noun they modify:

adjective + noun (nice day/grey clouds etc.)

Pronoun Exercises

Pronouns are words that substitute nouns in sentences to avoid repetition or add clarity.

They come in various types, each serving a specific function: