List of exercises (tricky grammar topics)

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Exercises on tricky grammar topics

Here you will find an overview of exercises about tricky topics in English grammar and their level of difficulty. New quizzes are added continuously, so check back regularly.

List of tricky grammar exercises

Topic with examples 1 2 3 4 5
Difference: ‘since & for’ (since 1995, for 12 months, etc.) medium easy medium difficult difficult
Question tags (isn’t it?, don’t you?, etc.) easy easy medium difficult difficult
Question words (who, what, where, etc.) easy medium      
Prop-words ‘one & ones’ (the last one, red ones, etc.) easy        
Use: ‘a little & a few’ (little time, a few things, etc.) easy        
Use: ‘to be/get used to …’ (He is used to getting up early.) easy        
Use: ‘used to …’ + infinitive (I used to live in London.) easy medium      
Difference: ‘been & gone’ (She has gone away.) easy medium      
Difference: ‘it’s & its’ (it’s interesting, its color, etc.) medium medium      
Difference: ‘do & make’ (do homework, make a cake, etc.) easy medium      
Difference: ‘interesting & interested’ (an interesting trip etc.) easy easy      
Use: ‘much, many & a lot’ (much tea, many friends, etc.) easy medium medium    
Difference: ‘so & such’ (so warm, such a nice day, etc.) easy medium      
Use: ‘some & any’ (some apples, any questions, etc.) medium medium medium    
Use: ‘there is/are’ (there is, there are, there was, etc.) easy        
Difference: ‘in the end & at the end’ (at the end of the street etc.) easy        
Difference: ‘in time & on time’ (he’s always on time etc.) easy        

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