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Four good links for learning more English.

Grammar exercises

image of a small clip.Question words - Try your knowledge on which question word to use.
 http://a4esl.org/q/f/z/zz87mca.htm 

image of a small clip.Commonly heard questions - Find the correct answer to the question.
http://a4esl.org/q/f/z/zz84mrg.htm 

image of a small clip."wh questions" 
http://iteslj.org/quizzes/9704/dg-wh.html

image of a small clip.Question words - Type in the correct answer. http://www.aitech.ac.jp/~iteslj/quizzes/js/ck/fb-queswords.html 

 

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A CAP. Activity 2 - Are you sure you know what is what?

When to use a and when to use an.

Nouns that start with a consonant use a as an article.

Nouns that start with a vowel, a,e,i,o,u are usually with an.

a pair is usually always used in front of a noun, when the noun is something that has a left and a right side to, like a pair of pants.

Remember - A noun is a person, place or thing.


 A CAP.Singular and Plural

How to make plurals

When you are making the plural, it means there is more than one thing.
With most nouns you usually just add an s on the end of the noun.

But,

if the noun ends on vowels, like o or on the letter y, then it is different.

on the letter "o"

If the know ends on o, like in tomato, then you usually add the ending –es, so it becomes tomatoes.

on the letter "y"

if the noun ends on y, like in country, then you usually take the y away and add i and the ending –es. So the word country becomes countries.

If you are making the plural of a pair then use the following example.

A pair of shoes.
Two pairs of shoes.


Four good links for learning more English.

Grammar exercises

A CAP.A, an or nothing - Check your understanding.
http://www.aitech.ac.jp/~iteslj/quizzes/js/ck/ch3-a_an_nothing.html 

A CAP.A or an - Check to see if you know the difference.
http://iteslj.org/quizzes/9801/cg-a_an.html 

A CAP.Singular, plural or possessive - See if you know when to use which.
http://www.aitech.ac.jp/~iteslj/quizzes/js/ck/mc-plurals.html 

A CAP.Plurals - See if you know how to make plurals.
http://iteslj.org/quizzes/vm/plurals.html 

 

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A basket with fruit.The EU Food Store

Four good links for learning more English.

Grammar exercises

A popcorn bag. Present simple verbs - Find the correct form of the verb.
http://iteslj.org/quizzes/lb/psv.html 

A popcorn bag.Choose the correct form of the verb. - Test your knowledge on verbs.
http://www.aitech.ac.jp/~iteslj/quizzes/js/lk/mc-verbs.html 

A popcorn bag.Present or past - Is it the present or past form of the verb?
  http://a4esl.org/q/f/z/zz86skm.htm 

A popcorn bag.Choose the correct form of the verb. - See if you can find the correct verb. 
http://www.aitech.ac.jp/~iteslj/quizzes/js/dy/mc-verbform.html 


The Fruit and Vegetable Department

Four good links for learning more English.

Grammar exercises

image of a cherry.Choose a word - Try answering the questions of this quiz.
http://a4esl.org/q/f/z/zz82mrg.htm 

image of a cherry.Countable or non-countable nouns - Some nouns you can count and some you cannot. See how many you know.
http://www.aitech.ac.jp/~iteslj/quizzes/js/km/mc-noncount.html 

image of a cherry.Countable or non-countable nouns - Some nouns you can count and some you cannot. See how many you know.
http://www.aitech.ac.jp/~iteslj/quizzes/js/ck/ch-countnouns.html 

image of a cherry.A little or a few - Sometimes you say, "a little" and sometimes you say "a few". See how many you know. 
http://iteslj.org/quizzes/lb/littlefew.html 


The Dairy Department

Four good links for learning more English.

Grammar exercises

image of an ice-cream.How much or how many - See if you can find out when to use "how much" and when to use "how many"
http://iteslj.org/quizzes/lb/how.html

image of an ice-cream.Make or do - See if you can find out when to use "make" and when to use "do".
http://iteslj.org/quizzes/lb/mod.html

image of an ice-cream.What's the correct word order? - Put the words in the correct order.
http://www.aitech.ac.jp/~iteslj/quizzes/js/ck/wo-01.html

image of an ice-cream.The correct pronoun. - Type in the correct pronoun.
http://a4esl.org/q/f/z/zz44fck.htm


The Meat, Poultry and Seafood Department


a chicken.Explore the irregular plurals - Multiple choice exercise.

Irregular Plurals 

Spelling rule:

When the noun ends on -f or -fe in the singular, it usually ends on -ves in the plural.


Four good links for learning more English.

Grammar exercises

a chicken.Do, does, did - Find the correct form of the verb, to do.
http://iteslj.org/quizzes/lb/dodoesdid.html

a chicken.Don't, doesn't, didn't - Find the correct form of the verb, to do.
http://iteslj.org/quizzes/lb/dontdoesnt.html

a chicken.Do or make - See if you can find which one it should be.
http://iteslj.org/quizzes/lb/domake.html

a chicken.Did or made - See if you can find which one it should be.
http://iteslj.org/quizzes/lb/didmade.html


The Herbs and Spices Department

Here are two good sites you can use for fun.

Bayleaf. Plant or Animal
See if you can find out whether the word is a plant or an animal in this vocabulary exercise.
http://www.aitech.ac.jp/~iteslj/quizzes/js/ck/ch-plantanmial-e.html

Bayleaf. Adverb or adjective
In this exercise, you have to find out if the correct form is an adjective or an adverb. Adverbs tell something about the verb, and usually end on -ly. However, in the case of "good" and "well", "well" is an adverb, and "good" is an adjective. Adjectives describe the noun.
http://iteslj.org/quizzes/9901/gc-advadj.html

 

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