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Free English Grammar Lessons and Tests

Welcome to Grammar Monster! We're here to help you master English grammar.

Here is a list of our resources: If you'd rather learn by watching videos, we can help with that too:

The Parts of Speech

Lesson and TestVideo Lesson
Adjectives
Adverbs
Conjunctions
Determiners
Interjections
Nouns
Prepositions
Pronouns
Verbs
Read more about the parts of speech.

Glossary of Terms

Lesson and TestVideo Lesson
abstract noun
adverbial phrase HJKM Clothes Bags 60x120, 1 pc Garment-Shoulder-Covers Clothes B
alliteration
collective noun
EIERFSKIOT Stuffed Animals Stuffed Animal Plush Stuffed Dolls Pi
comparative
Smores Confetti Set | Smores Decoration | Camping Confetti | Cam
compound sentence
concrete noun
conditional sentence
conjunctive adverb
dangling modifier

Punctuation Lessons

Lesson and TestVideo Lesson
Using Apostrophes KOLOX Premium Drawer and Shelf Liner, Non Adhesive, Strong and D
Using Colons
Using Commas
Using Dashes
Using Hyphens WANIYA1 Creative Solid Wood Pendant Light E27 Pendant Lighting B
Using Parentheses (Brackets)
Using Semicolons
Using Speech Marks
Read more about the different types of punctuation.

Easily Confused Words

Lesson and TestVideo Lesson
advice and advise
adverse and averse Zuozee Cat Carrier, Puppy Soft-Sided Foldable Bag with Removable
affect and effect
appraise and apprise
avenge and revenge
bare and bear
can and may
coarse and course
complement and compliment
compose and comprise
SOLID WHITE GOLD HEART OUTLINE RHODIUM HEART DIAMOND MUM PENDANT
Women's Long Sleeve Turtleneck Chunky Knit Sweater Casual Loose
disinterested and uninterested
e.g. and i.e.
envy and jealousy
explicit and implicit
further and farther
gray and grey
immigrate and emigrate
NHL - Seattle Kraken Back Seat Car Mats - 2 Piece Set
its and it's
loose and lose
marinade and marinate
material and materiel
past and passed
personal and personnel
poisonous or venomous
practice and practise
principal and principle
role and roll
tenant and tenet
their, there, and they're
too or to
weather, whether, and wether
while or whilst
who or whom
who's and whose
you're and your
Interactive Exercise
Here are 10 randomly selected grammar questions.


See Also

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