English Grammar exercise with answers
Use this or these
- This picture
- this page
- these words
- this flower
- these people
- these classes
- this store
- these erasers
- this car
- this church
- these books
- this dish
- these women
- this child
- this weather
- these news
- these coats
- this money
- these boxes
- these people
Use That or those
- that boy
- those doctors
- those girls
- those women
- that box
- that language
- that radio
- those people
- that money
- those students
- that word
- those children
- that man
- that baby
- those books
- those ladies
- that dress
- those news
- those books
- that women
Change these words to the plural form.
- This book these books
- that table those tables
- this pencil those pencils
- that school those schools
- this page these pages
- this car those cars
- that man those men
- this house these houses
- that picture those pictures
- that woman those women
- that child those children
- this class these classes
- this word these words
- that store those stores
- that dress those dresses
- this lesson these lessons
- that student those students
- that man those men
- this country these countries
- that question those questions
Use That or those
- That picture is very interesting. that
- Is That book interesting? that
- Those tables are very big. those
- Are those men from Europe? those
- Does that woman like coffee? that
- That student has an automobile. that
- Those children are very happy. those
- Those windows are very big. those
- That tall girl is very pretty. that
- Those questions are difficult. those
- That new student from China? that
- Do those men speak English? those
- Those flowers are very beautiful. those
- Does that boy know those girls? That those
- Do you study that book every day? that
- Those women are students here. those
- That boy is very smart. that
- Do those girls know the answer? those
QUESTION (Use this or these) ANSWER (Use is or are)
- Is this a desk? Yes, it is a desk.
- Are these pictures? Yes, they are pictures.
- Is this a cigarette? No, that is a cigar.
- Is this a coat? No, it is a suit.
- Are these photographs? Yes, they are photographs.
- Is this a penny? Yes, that is a penny.
- Are these nickels? Yes, those are nickels.
- Is this a shirt No, it is a blouse.
- Is this a blouse? No, it is shirt.
- Are these dimes? Yes, they are dimes.
- Are these Windows? Yes, those are windows.
- Is this a chair? No, that is a table.
Use have or has
- He has new shoes.
- They have two books.
- John has a pen.
- I have a new dress.
- She has a red pencil.
- We have a good teacher.
- You have a nice house.
- I have an eraser.
- Mary has a red hat.
- Mr. Smith have a car.
- I have many friends.
- We have a small car.
- John and Mary have a car.
- He and I have many friends.
- The men have many books.
- The children have toys.
- The boy has a new suit.
- The women have new hats.
- The girl has a friend.
- Mr. Brown has a big house.
- We have three books.
- The man has a big box.
- The girl has a red suit.
- She has a pretty hat.
Use is or are.
- The children are in the house. are
- The news are very bad today. are
- The people are here now. are
- The men are good-looking. are
- The woman is very pretty. is
- The family is quite big. is
- The United States is interesting. is
- The people are from Europe. are
- The money is on the desk. is
- The girl is very beautiful. is
Use in or on.
- The students are in the room now. in
- Does John work on a store? on
- Is the photograph on the front wall? on
- The book on the table is interesting. on
- Is the rug on the floor pretty? on
- The two coats are on the chair. on
- The flowers in the garden are pretty. in
- Does Charles live in South America? in
- The words on this page are hard. on
- The words in that book are difficult. in
Add words like tall,new, pretty, etc. Use fifteen different words.
- a tall boy. a tall boy.
- the pretty girl the pretty boy.
- that new book that new book.
- an old car the old car.
- the big houses the big house.
- those smart students those smart students.
- the small box the small box.
- a great hat a great hat.
- an excited book an excited book.
- these beautiful flowers these beautiful flowers.
- a short man a short man.
- those wise women those wise women.
- the interesting words the interesting words.
- a good lesson a good lesson.
- the amazing coat the amazing coat.
Use do, does, am, are, or is.
- Do you know this word? Do
- Is that boy from England? Is
- Do the men come from Europe? Do
- Do those students study hard? Do
- Are the people in the room? Are
- Are the books on the table? Are
- Is the money on the table? Is
- Does Charles like coffee? Does
- Are You from South America? Are
- Do the words seem hard? Do
- Do Charles and John work hard? Do
- Are the women students here? Are
- Does she like milk in the coffee? Does
- Is Miss Brown from the United States? Is
- Do Mr. and Mrs. Smith teach English? Do
- Is the news good today? Is
- Does the man study in this class? Does
- Is that an ashtray on the table? Is
- Do you know the new student? Do
- Are they in the room now? Are
Make contractions with the underlined words.
- I do not like coffee. I don’t like coffee
- He does not know the girl. He doesn’t know the girl.
- They do not study hard. They don’t study hard.
- She does not smoke cigarettes. She doesn’t smoke cigarettes.
- We do not spend much money we don’t spend much money.
- He is very handsome. He’s very handsome
- I am a doctor. I’m a doctor.
- You are a good student. You’re a good student.
- He does not have a pencil. He doesn’t have a pencil
- It is very hot today. It’s very hot today.
- He is not tired now. He isn’t tired now.
- We do not work every day. We don’t work every day.
- They are not here now. They aren’t here now.
- I am not a doctor. I’m not a doctor.
- I do not like coffee very much. I don’t like coffee very much.
Use doesn’t, don’t,aren’t,isn’t or am not.
- The book isn’t on the table. Isn’t
- Those students don’t study very hard. Don’t
- The men aren’t from South America. Aren’t
- I am not ready yet. Am not
- That woman doesn’t come from Europe. Doesn’t
- The children aren’t in the room. Aren’t
- Those people don’t like coffee. Don’t
- Miss Smith isn’t a student here. Isn’t
- Mr. and Mrs. Brown don’t study English don’t
- The money isn’t on the table now. Isn’t
- That student doesn’t know the answer. Doesn’t
- You aren’t from England. Aren’t
- We don’t know that word. Don’t
- Mr. Brown isn’t busy today. Isn’t
- Charles doesn’t work in that store. Doesn’t
- The girls aren’t in the front room. Aren’t
- She doesn’t have a new car. Doesn’t
- They don’t spend very much money. Don’t
- The words on that page aren’t difficult. Aren’t
- We don’t have many friends yet. Don’t
Change I to he or she.
- I know the answer. He knows the answer.
- I’m not ready yet. She isn’t ready yet.
- I like candy very much. He likes candy very much.
- I’m very tired now. She is tired now.
- I don’t know that boy. He knows that boy.
- I’m quite hungry now. She is quite hungry now.
- I have a new suit. He has a new suit.
- I don’t have a car. She doesn’t have a car.
- I work in a big store. He works in a big store.
- I have many friends. She has many friends.
- I don’t have the money. He doesn’t have money.
- I learn new words every day. She learns new words every day.
- I’m a student in that class. He is a student in that class.
- I don’t like coffee very much. She doesn’t like coffee very much.
- I write letters every day. He writes letters every day.
Change he, she, and it to they.
He studies very hard. They study very hard.
It’s very pretty. They are very pretty.
He knows English very well. They know English very well.
She doesn’t know that man. They don’t know that man.
He speaks French very well. They speak French very well.
She’s not very old. They aren’t very old.
He goes to school every day. They go to school every day.
She lives in the United States. They live in the United States.
He has a new car. They have a new car.
She’s ready now. They are ready now.
He doesn’t buy cigarettes every day. They don’t buy cigarettes every day.
She doesn’t have the book. They don’t have the book.
It’s in the front room now. They aren’t in the front room now.
She works in a big store. They work in a big store.
It’s quite difficult. They are quite difficult.
He doesn’t know the answer. They don’t know the answer.
She has many friends. They have many friends.
He lives in an apartment. They live in an apartment.
She doesn’t have a big house. They don’t have a big house.
It’s quite big. They are quite big.
Change the underlined words to the plural.
- It is beautiful. They are beautiful.
- The boy isn’t a student. The boys aren’t students.
- That man doesn’t speak French. Those men don’t speak French.
- The child isn’t in the room. The children aren’t in the room.
- This house is very old. These houses are very old.
- That boy isn’t a student. Those boys aren’t students.
- Does this book seem hard? Do these books seem hard?
- That woman is a doctor. Those women are doctors.
- This word quite difficult. Those words are quite difficult.
- Is the teacher from United States? Are the teachers from United States?
- Does he have a new car? Do they have a new car?
- I don’t like coffee. We don’t like coffee.
- This word isn’t new. These words aren’t new.
- That new car is beautiful. Those new cars are beautiful.
- Are you a student here? Are you students here?
- He has a new suit. They have new suits.
- He has a big house. They have a big house.
- That tall man is a doctor. Those tall men are doctors.
- This is an easy lesson. These are easy lessons.
- Is the house very big? Are the houses very big?
- Does she work in a store? Do they work in a store?
- The flower is very beautiful. The flowers are beautiful.
- The new student isn’t here yet The new students aren’t here yet.
- This car isn’t very big. These car aren’t very big.
- Are you a doctor? Are you doctors?
- Does he live in New York? Do they live in New York?
- She lives in the United States. They live in the United States.
- This house is quite big. Theses houses are quite big.
- That pretty girl is from Japan. Those pretty girls are from Japan.
- The student in that class is from Italy. The students in that class are from Italy.
- This lesson is very easy! These lessons are very easy!
- Is that woman from Europe? Are those women from Europe?
- That new word is difficult. Those new words are difficult.
Change these statements to questions.
- They like coffee. Do they like coffee?
- The boy knows the answer. Does the boy know the answer?
- The boys work in a store. Do the boys work in a store?
- You know many new words. Do you know many new words?
- John studies very hard. Does John study very hard?
- They go to school every day. Do they go to school every day?
- She asks many questions. Does she ask many questions?
- They spend much money. Do they spend much money?
- Mr. Brown speaks very fast. Does Mr. Brown speak very fast?
- You understand the lesson. Do you understand the lesson?
- They write many letters. Do they write many letters?
- He knows many English words. Does he know many English words?
- Mary speaks Spanish well. Does Mary speak Spanish well?
- The boys like coffee. Do the boys like coffee?
- The women come from Europe. Does the woman come from Europe?
- Mr. Brown teaches English. Does Mr. Brown teach English?
- The new student is smart. Does the new student is smart?
- Helen lives in New York. Does Helen live in New York?
- English is an easy language. Does English is an easy language?
- The men speak French. Do the men speak French?
- That’s a new rug. Does that is a new rug?
- Those people like this country. Do those people like this country?
- That tall boy is an American. Does that tall boy is an American?
- Mary and Helen are students here. Do Mary and Helen are student here?
- That student studies every day. Does that student study every day?
- The English book is interesting. Does the English book is interesting?
- The baby cries very much. Do they baby cry very much?
- The pretty girl is from Brazil. Does the pretty girl is from Brazil?
- This seems very difficult. Does this seem very difficult?
- He writes letters every day. Does he write letters every day?
- Charles speaks Portuguese. Does Charles speak Portuguese?
- They go there every year. Do they go there every year?
- It’s an interesting story. Does it is an interesting story?
Change these statements to negatives.
- I know that word. I don’t know that word.
- He understands that lesson. He doesn’t understand that lesson.
- They go to school every day. She doesn’t go to school every day.
- She asks many questions. She doesn’t ask many questions.
- Frank writes many letters. Frank doesn’t write many letters.
- The men come from Brazil The men don’t come from Brazil.
- The tall woman speaks very fast. The tall woman doesn’t speak very fast.
- That boy works very hard. That boy doesn’t work very hard.
- I study the lesson every day. I don’t study the lesson every day.
- Those people like coffee. Those people don’t like coffee.
- I speak French well. I don’t speak French well.
- Those boys live in Chicago. Those boys don’t live in Chicago.
- Mr. Smith teaches English. Mr. Smith doesn’t teach English.
- We know many English words. We don’t know many English words.
- John and Frank have many friends. John and Frank don’t have many friends.
They spend much money They don’t spend much money.
The box is very heavy. The box doesn’t is very heavy.
She studies every afternoon. She doesn’t study every afternoon.
The tall student is from Spain. The tall student doesn’t is from Spain.
He speaks that language. He doesn’t speak that language.
That’s an old church. That doesn’t is an old church.
Mr. Brown works very hard. Mr. Brown doesn’t work very hard.
The girls are in the front room. The girls don’t are in the front room.
The new students understand this. The new students don’t understand this.
That woman is an American. That woman doesn’t is an American.
Mr. Brown flies to England every year. Mr. Brown doesn’t fly to England every year.
The English book is on the table. The English book doesn’t is on the table.
I work in a big store. I don’t work in a big store.
The red pencils are in the draw er. The red pencils don’t are in the drawer.
We need money. We don’t need money.
Mary has a new dress. Mary doesn’t have a new dress.
They’re from South America. They don’t are from South America.
She likes that class very much. She doesn’t like that class very much.
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