Grammar Rule Worksheet – Grammar Rule Exercises

To solidify your knowledge of English grammar, it’s important to familiarize yourself with its rules. We have prepared a detailed worksheet that delves into the grammar rules of the English language, offering a selection of exercises designed to enhance your understanding and application of these foundational guidelines.

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Grammar Rule Exercises

Grammar Rule Exercise 1: Fill in the blanks with the correct question tags

  1. You’re coming to the party, ___________?
  2. She isn’t at home right now, ___________?
  3. They have finished their homework, ___________?
  4. We won’t have to wait long, ___________?
  5. You’ve never been to Europe, ___________?
  6. It’s a beautiful day outside, ___________?
  7. He can speak three languages, ___________?
  8. You shouldn’t do that, ___________?
  9. They were here a minute ago, ___________?
  10. I’m too late, ___________?
  11. They won’t be late, ___________?
  12. You’ve seen this movie before, ___________?
  13. We should turn off the lights before we leave, ___________?
  14. He can play the guitar, ___________?
  15. You don’t need any help, ___________?
  16. She could hear the music from outside, ___________?
  17. It’s a beautiful day today, ___________?
  18. You used to live in New York, ___________?
  19. They’ve already started the meeting, ___________?
  20. You wouldn’t tell a lie, ___________?

Answers

  1. aren’t you?
  2. is she?
  3. haven’t they?
  4. will we?
  5. have you?
  6. isn’t it?
  7. can’t he?
  8. should you?
  9. weren’t they?
  10. am I not? or aren’t I? 
  11. will they?
  12. haven’t you?
  13. shouldn’t we?
  14. can’t he?
  15. do you?
  16. couldn’t she?
  17. isn’t it?
  18. didn’t you?
  19. haven’t they?
  20. would you?

Grammar Rule Exercise 2: Choose the correct quantifier

  1. I don’t have ________ (enough/too much) time to finish the project.
  2. There’s still ________ (a little/a few) coffee left in the pot.
  3. ________ (All/Every) the students are required to attend the meeting.
  4. He has read ________ (all of/every) the books in the library.
  5. We have ________ (plenty of/much) time before the movie starts.
  6. Can you lend me ________ (a little/a few) dollars until tomorrow?
  7. We need to take ________ (much/many) breaks to stay fresh during the study session.
  8. There isn’t ________ (much/many) traffic on the roads early in the morning.
  9. ________ (Few/A little) knowledge can be a dangerous thing.
  10. During the summer, we get ________ (plenty of/a lot of) sunshine in this region.
  11. There are _________ (many/much) books on the shelf.
  12. I don’t have _________ (some/any) milk in the fridge.
  13. She has _________ (fewer/less) opportunities than her brother.
  14. There is too _________ (much/many) noise in this room.
  15. Can you give me _________ (a few/a little) reasons why you were late?
  16. He ate _________ (an/a) apple for his snack.
  17. There were _________ (hundreds/hundred) of people at the concert.
  18. I need to buy _________ (some/any) new clothes for the trip.
  19. _________ (Each/Every) student in the class must complete the assignment.
  20. She brought _________ (much/many) food to the picnic, but only a few people showed up.

Answers

1. Enough 2. a little 3. All
4. all of 5. plenty of 6. a few
7. many 8. much 9. A little
10. plenty of 11. many 12. any
13. fewer 14. much 15. a few
16. an 17. hundreds 18. some
19. Each 20. much

Grammar Rule Exercise 3: Rewrite the sentences using contractions

  1. She is going to the market.
  2. They will not be able to come to the party.
  3. I am feeling exhausted today.
  4. You are the best friend I have ever had.
  5. He does not know the answer to the question.
  6. We are going to watch a movie tonight.
  7. She will not find out until tomorrow.
  8. They are the ones who have the tickets.
  9. I would like to join you if that is alright.
  10. He does not have any more questions.
  11. We are looking forward to the weekend.
  12. She will not be able to attend the meeting.
  13. It is a beautiful day outside.
  14. They have been working on the project since last month.
  15. I have got to leave early today.

Answers

  1. She’s going to the market.
  2. They won’t be able to come to the party.
  3. I’m feeling exhausted today.
  4. You’re the best friend I’ve ever had.
  5. He doesn’t know the answer to the question.
  6. We’re going to watch a movie tonight.
  7. She won’t find out until tomorrow.
  8. They’re the ones who have the tickets.
  9. I’d like to join you if that’s alright.
  10. He doesn’t have any more questions.
  11. We’re looking forward to the weekend.
  12. She won’t be able to attend the meeting.
  13. It’s a beautiful day outside.
  14. They’ve been working on the project since last month.
  15.  I’ve got to leave early today.

Grammar Rule Exercise 4: Identifying compound subjects

  1. My brother and sister are going to the concert tonight.
  2. The cat or the dog is hidden under the bed.
  3. Apples and oranges are available in the fruit basket.
  4. Either the teachers or the principal will speak at the assembly.
  5. The sun and the moon are both visible in the sky.
  6. The violinist and the pianist are rehearsing for the concert.
  7. Either the red shirt or the blue sweater will match your jeans.
  8. The teachers and the students have organized a charity event.
  9. Neither the rain nor the wind could spoil our picnic.
  10. My parents and my grandparents are celebrating their anniversaries together.
  11. The car and the truck are parked in the garage.
  12. Neither the lawyer nor the accountant has arrived yet.
  13. My parents and grandparents are celebrating their anniversaries together.
  14. The pen or the pencil can be used for the drawing.
  15. The lions and tigers are the main attractions at the zoo.

Answers

1. My brother and sister 2. The cat or the dog 3. Apples and oranges
4. Either the teachers or the principal 5. The sun and the moon 6. The violinist and the pianist
7. Either the red shirt or the blue sweater 8. The teachers and the students 9. Neither the rain nor the wind
10. My parents and my grandparents 11. The car and the truck 12. Neither the lawyer nor the accountant
13. My parents and grandparents 14. The pen or the pencil 15. The lions and tigers

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