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English tenses Grammar rules, exercises and PDF worksheets.
Can, may, must, have to Positive, negative and question forms.
Modal verbs grammar rules PDF
Be able to
Be able to 'Be able to' compared with 'can'.
Be able to grammar rules PDF
Be allowed to
Be allowed to 'Be allowed to' compared with 'can'.
Be allowed to grammar rules PDF
Passive voice Passive forms of all English tenses.
Passive voice grammar rules PDF
Imperative sentences The first, second, third person imperative and emphatic imperative.
Imperative grammar rules PDF
Gerund and infinitive
Gerund and infinitive Verbs and phrases followed by gerunds and infinitives.
Gerunds and infinitives grammar rules PDF
Conditional sentences Zero, first, second, third, mixed and inverted conditionals.
If-conditionals grammar rules PDF
Time clauses Expressing future in time clauses.
Time clauses grammar rules PDF
Relative clauses Defining and non-defining relative clauses.
Relative clauses grammar rules PDF
Direct and indirect object
Direct and indirect object Sentences with two verb objects.
Direct and indirect object grammar rules PDF
Indirect questions Direct questions compared with indirect questions.
Indirect questions grammar rules PDF
Question tags Affirmative and negative sentences with question tags.
Question tags grammar rules PDF
Reported speech Changes of tenses, pronouns, time and place in reported statements, questions and commands.
Reported speech grammar rules PDF
All these English grammar lessons are written for self-study learners who want to learn basic English grammar for free. They are suitable for beginners to advanced levels.