Summer English and Math Review Study

Basic English Skills Review: Verbs, Prepositions, Pronouns

Short Videos on Verbs and Verb Tenses

Part of Speech: Verb

Verb tense:  Present, Past, Future

Verb Aspect: Perfect, progressive, perfect-progressive


The children ………………………… (play) outside now.

  • are playing
  • play

She usually ……………………… (read) the newspaper in the morning.

  • is reading
  • reads

He …………………… a letter to his pen-friend every month. (write)

  • writes
  • is writing

I ..... tennis every Sunday morning. (play)

  • play
  • am playing

Sorry, she can't come to the phone. She ..... a bath! (has)

  • has
  • is having

I .............. on this for long time. (work)

  • worked
  • have worked

How many emails .............. today? (write)

  • have you wrote
  • have you written

Judy is good at languages. She ........... four languages fluently. (speak)

  • speaks
  • has spoken

Johnny ....... videos at least once a week. (watch)

  • is watching
  • watches

Listen! I ....... to explain this to you. (try)

  • tried
  • am trying

Having fun with verbs. Games and activities to expand our knowledge base.

Having fun with Verbs! Grammar bees!

Having fun with Verbs! Catch the tense!

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Prepositions and Prepositional Phrases

Short Videos on Prepositions, Prepositional Phrases, and Conjunctions

Prepositions


Common Prepositions

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Coordinating Conjunctions


Subordinating Conjunctions

Pronouns and Relative Pronouns

Short Video on Relative Pronouns

Relative Pronouns


______ kind of milk did you want me to buy?

  • Which
  • That
  • Whom

Gerard’s Clothing Emporium, ______ is celebrating its 50th anniversary, is having a big sale.

  • which
  • who
  • whose

The chocolates ______ you gave me were fantastic.

  • that
  • which
  • who

The noise ______ frightened me in the night turned out to be my sister sleepwalking.

  • whose
  • that
  • who

I get to buy a new book today, ______ is exciting.

  • whose
  • which
  • who

Which of the two sentences is correct?

  • We don’t know whose bicycle is on the front steps.
  • We don’t know what bicycle is on the front steps.

Which of the two sentences is correct?

  • With who are you going to the park?
  • With whom are you going to the park?

Which of the two sentences is correct?

  • The sweater, which you bought last winter, is too small.
  • The sweater, that you bought last winter, is too small.

Which of the two sentences is correct?

  • Whose shoes are on the floor by the door?
  • What shoes are on the floor by the door?

Which of the of the two sentences is correct?

  • To who should I address the letter?
  • To whom should I address the letter?