⭕ Grammar and Practice ⭕
Grammatical errors are acceptable if you’ve just started learning English language so don’t worry if you are making mistakes. Start learning grammar structures, phrases and words that you can apply to daily conversation and life! Grammar exercises must help learners not only form correct sentences, but also use them correctly in context in real life situations and writings.
You may dread studying grammar, but in fact you already know much of the grammar of your native language. If you grew up speaking English, no one had to tell you that “Throw the ball to me,” is a sentence in English, but “Ball the me to throw” is not. You may, though, need coaching to avoid common errors — “bad grammar” — like “Throw the ball to he and I,” where you should say “Throw the ball to him and me.”
Grammar is a complex structure, so before you learn how to compose great pieces of English writing or speech, you first need to practice! Practice, practice and practice! This is the most effective way to improve your grammar skills. The more you can practice English grammar, the better you’ll get with it. When I say practice I mean; lots of practice – trying again and again – with all the chaos and mistakes and confusions that this involves.
Do you think that grammar is very easy? Well then, let’s put it to the test. Below you’ll see 20 sentences; choose the missing word which best suits the sentence. Good luck!
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