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Have your students do this worksheet to learn how to show off one of the hardest skills in the English language, which is knowing the difference between who and whom.
Given a verb, students are asked to fill in the blank in each sentence with the proper conjugation of that verb.
Learning correct verb tenses is crucial in the English language, so practice with this worksheet, which has fourteen sentences, and asks students to select the correct verb for each.
For this worksheet, students must practice their ability to identify present-tense and past-tense verbs.
Present Past Tense Verbs
A lesson on verbs should include main and helping verbs, both of which students will identify in sentences on this worksheet.
Main Helping Verbs
Students will practice identifying linking verbs and their subjects.
On this worksheet, students must enter has, have, or had into each sentence, then write whether each sentence is in present or past tense.
Verbs Has Had Have
On this worksheet, students will take a group of 20 words, and divide them into two categories — one- and two-syllable words.
One Two Syllables
This worksheet focuses on different exercises for identifying subjects and predicates.
This worksheet asks students to identify subject and object pronouns in ten different sentences.
Subject Object Pronouns
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