Correct the errors in the following sentences.

Example: I are very happy. - I am very happy

  1. We sell t-shirts and some others clothes.

  2. When I heard the news, I was very anger.

  3. My sister has a children.

  4. Every day, I am waking up late.

  5. I moved here to be closer from school.

  6. If I learn to speak well, finding a job will become more easy for me.

  7. If I will get a better job, I will buy a car.

  8. I made her cookies but she didn’t eat none.

  9. In the future, we go on a trip to Africa.

  10. We talked about to go, but in the end decided to stay home.


Mild interjections show little emotion and are separated from the sentence with a comma.

Yeah, you can borrow my bike.

Strong interjections show a lot of emotion and are separated from the sentence with an exclamation mark.

Yippee! I won a bike!

Identify whether mild or strong

  1. Gee! What a fabulous idea! __________ 2. Yuck! This tastes disgusting. __________ 3. Congratulations! You got the job. __________ 4. Well, we can study tonight or tomorrow. __________ 5. Wow! What a great play by the catcher! __________ 6. Yes, we are going to the play tomorrow. __________ 7. Oh no! He got hit by a in a car! __________ 8. Uh, I thought this was the right house, but now I’m not so sure

Prepositions Worksheet 1

Complete the following sentences using appropriate prepositions.

1. Is your brother …………………. home?

a) in b) at c) on

2. There is no unity ………………… the leaders.

a) among b) between c) within

3. He is a man ………………….. humble origin.

a) of b) with c) from

4. The village is 5 km ………………… the highway.

a) off b) across c) of

5. He is …………………. to Mumbai.

a) off b) out c) over

6. The boy was beaten ………………… a stick.

a) by b) with c) Either could be used here

7. He discussed the problem …………………. his parents.

a) with b) to c) for

8. John was punished ……………….. his father.

a) with b) for c) by

9. Can you finish the work ………………….. tomorrow?

a) by b) in c) within

10. He has been absent ………………….. last week.

a) since b) for

Prepositions Worksheet 2

Does the movie begin (at, on) 6:30? No, it will not begin (until, for) 9:00; so do not arrive

(before, by) that time.

2. He asked me to come (at, in) noon.

3. We will go to Florida (since, during) the month of January.

4. The stores stay open (on, in) Mondays (until, for) 9:00p.m.

5. Mary has been in the United States (for, during) a year.

6. John has lived in France (for, since) two years.

7. I read (for, during) three hours, (at, from) 9:00p.m. (until, by) 12:00.

8. Did you meet Mr. Green (at, during) your stay in Savannah?

9. No, I did not see him because I was there (for, during) only two hours.

10. The train is (on, in) time. It will arrive (in, by) three hours.

11. Is your birthday (in, on) April? Mine is (in, on) April 7.

12. Come (by, on) 8:00 if you can; no one will be seated at the theater (after, since) 8:30.

13. I try to get to school (in, on) time to have a cup of coffee before my first class.

14. He will leave for Thailand (at, in) the end of August. There will be a farewell party for him

(in, on) the twentieth of August.

15. Columbus discovered America (in, on) 1492.

16. The projector broke down twice (for, during) the showing of the film.

17. He had been waiting here (during, since) noon.

18. I received my bill (to, in) the middle of the month.

19. Can you be ready (by, on) six o’clock?

20. We plan to finish this project (around, until) the first of the year.

Simple, Complex, Compound

Simple sentences

A simple sentence is the most basic type of sentence. This kind of sentence consists of just one independent clause, which means it communicates a complete thought and contains a subject and a verb.

A few examples of simple sentences include:

  • How are you?

  • She built a garden.

  • We found some sea glass.

A simple sentence is the smallest possible grammatically correct sentence. Anything less is known as a sentence fragment.

Complex sentences

In contrast to a simple sentence, a complex sentence contains one independent clause and at least one dependent clause. While an independent clause can be its own sentence, a dependent clause can’t. Dependent clauses rely on the independent clauses in their sentences to provide context.

Dependent clauses appear after a conjunction or marker word or before a comma. Marker words are words like whenever, although, since, while, and before. These words illustrate relationships between clauses.

The following are complex sentences:

  • Before you enter my house, take off your shoes.

  • Matt plays six different instruments, yet never performs in public.

Compound sentences

Compound sentences are sentences that contain two or more independent clauses. In a compound sentence, the clauses are generally separated by either a comma paired with a coordinating conjunction or a semicolon. In some cases, they can be separated by a colon.

Examples of compound sentences include:

  • I was thirsty, so I drank water.

  • She searched through her entire closet; she could not find her denim jacket.

How can you tell if you have a compound sentence? Swap out your semicolon, colon, or coordinating conjunction for a period. If you now have two distinct, complete sentences, you’ve got a compound sentence.

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Simple Sentences - Worksheet

A simple sentence consists of just one independent clause.

Combine each pairs of sentences given below into a simple sentence.

An example is given below.

The tea was so hot. I couldn’t drink it.

The tea was too hot for me to drink.


  1. The company offers freebies. It wants to attract customers.

  2. James Mathews is the president of the club. He is an eloquent speaker.

  3. You press this button. You can operate the machine.

  4. The patient was given the best medical attention. Still doctors couldn’t save him.

  5. He gave up his studies. He did so with reluctance.

  6. The batsman was hurt by a bouncer. He went back to the pavilion.

  7. The sea was rough. We cancelled the voyage.

  8. It was a small cot. I couldn’t sleep on it.

  9. He was deserted by his friends. He lost hope.

  10. The girl was carrying a basket on her head. She walked towards the market.


A clause is a group of words that contain a verb and its subject. A dependent clause does not express a complete thought.

Read more about Clauses

Read the sentences and write the Subordinate Clauses in your notebook.

  1. People who pay their debts are trusted.

  2. We cannot go while it is snowing.

  3. Raj thinks that I have made a mistake.

  4. Tina bought some chocolates which she wanted to give her brother.

  5. Remember that your handwriting should be neat.

  6. All that glitters is not gold.

  7. Tim is the nicest person I’ve ever met.

  8. This is the boy who got suspended last week.

  9. Olena likes stories that have fairies in them.

  10. Riya was sure that Tia would come today.

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Degree of Comparison

Fill in the blanks with the correct degree of comparison.

  1. Prevention is ___ than cure. (good)

  2. Akbar was one of the ____ kings of India. (great)

  3. My brother is ____ than me. (tall)

  4. Gold is ___ than lead. (light)

  5. The streets of Indore are much ___ than the other cities of India. (clean)

  6. There are two ways in which you can solve this problem, and this way is ___ than the other. (easy)

  7. My ___ sister lives in Canada. (old)

  8. My health is ___ than yesterday. (good)

  9. May is ___ than April. (hot)

  10. My bag is ___ than Ritu’s. (heavy)

  11. Draupadi was one of the ____ women. (beautiful)

  12. Sinchan is the ____ cartoon I’ve watched. (funny)

  13. Rani Lakshmi Bai was one of the ____ queens of India. (courageous)

  14. Sheldon is the ____ student in my class. (clever)

  15. Bee is the ___ insect. (industrious)

Sentence corrections

Read the following sentences and identify and correct the errors.

  1. Many peoples attended the funeral of the great man.

  2. The shepherd took the cattles to the field.

  3. Sita could not understands what the teacher was saying.

  4. Do you know the importance for clean water?

  5. Laugh is the best medicines.

  6. The flock of sheeps blocked the road.

  7. The children was playing in the Giant’s garden.

  8. The children decided to surprise Miss Holmes on teacher’s day.

  9. I saw Richard when I’m on the flight.

  10. Man have depended on nature for a long time.

  11. Ramu is a honest man.

  12. Bread and butter are Sheldon’s favourite breakfast.

  13. Birds of feathers flock together.

  14. The teacher called me on 12 o’clock.

  15. The sweets was distributed between all the children.


Use the following conjunctions to complete the exercises.

(and, but, or, yet, therefore, otherwise, either …. or, neither …. nor, not only …. but also, so … that, as …. as, both …. and, as if, while, as soon as, before, though, although, after, when, where, why, how, still, till, unless, until, if, because, since)

  1. ______ he is busy, he spends time with his family.

  2. She is ______ intelligent ______ hard working.

  3. Raju will play today ______ he gets a chance.

  4. You can’t succeed ______ you work hard.

  5. We must reach there _______ anyone else.

  6. Sam is ______ a fool _____ stupid.

  7. I fell asleep _______ I was watching TV.

  8. He is ______ intelligent ______ hard working.

  9. Samuel was eating food ______ the postman arrived.

  10. I was very angry, ______ I didn’t argue.

  11. She was unhappy, ______ she was rich.

  12. I like him very much ______ he is my best friend.

  13. I can’t believe you ______ you speak the truth.

  14. Ramesh is _____ tall _____ Lakshmi.

  15. We don’t know ______ Suma failed in the examination.

  16. Suresh is clever _______ proud.

  17. I can’t attend the meeting ______ I am suffering from fever.

  18. This is the village ______ I lived in my childhood.

  19. Veda is _____ kind ______ humble.

  20. You better keep quiet _______ you will be sent outside.

Reading passage

Read the following passage and answer the questions 1 to 4:

What is meant by the term economic resources ? In general, these are all the natural, man-made, and human resources that go into the production of goods and services . This obviously covers a lot of ground: factories and farms, tools and machines, transportation and communication facilities, all types of natural resources, and labor. Economic resources can be broken down into two general categories: property resources – land and capital – and human resources – labor and entrepreneurial skills.

What do economics mean by land ? Much more than the non-economist . land refers to all natural resources that are usable in the production process: arable land, forests, mineral and oil deposits, and so on. What about capital ? Capital goods are all the man-made aids to producing, storing, transporting, and distributing goods and services. Capital goods differ from consumer goods in that the latter satisfy wants directly, while the former do so indirectly by facilitating the production of consumer goods. It should be noted that capital as defined here does not refer to money. Money, as such, produces nothing.

The term labor refers to the physical and mental talents of humans used to produce goods or services (with the exception of a certain set of human talents, entrepreneurial skills, which will be considered separately because of their special significance). Thus the services of a factory worker or an office worker, a ballet dancer or an astronaut all fall under the general heading of labor.

01. What is the author’s main purpose in writing this passage?

A. To explain the concept of labor

B. To criticize certain uses of capital

C. To define economic resources

D. To define economic resources

E. To discuss the differences of opinion of economists and non-economists.

02. The word 'arable' is closest in the meaning?

A. Dry B. Fertile C. Developed D. Open E. Government land

03. The skills of the following could be considered examples of labor , as defined in the passage EXCEPT.

A. artists and scientists

B. workers who produce services, not goods

C. office workers

D. entrepreneurs

E. Factory workers

04. When non-economists use the term “land”, its definition

A. Is much more general than when economists use it

B. Is much more restrictive than when economists use it

C. Changes from place to place

D. Includes all types of natural resources

E. Changes from business to business


Decide whether the transcription matches the word. Write Yes/No

  1. sill /si:l/

  2. deal /di:l/

  3. dill /di:l/

  4. heal /hi:l/

  5. meal /mil/

  6. mill /mi:l/

  7. nil /ni:l/

  8. peal pi:l

  9. pill pi:l

  10. wheel wi:l

Write the transcription of the

following words

      1. seat

      2. sit

      3. feel

      4. fill

      5. heat

      6. beat

      7. leave

      8. live

      9. green

      10. grin

Write out the transcribed words

  1. əˈdɪktɪd

  2. ˈleɪzɪ

  3. mi:n

  4. ʧes

  5. ˈfænsɪ

  6. fæt

  7. əˈtræktɪv

  8. ru:d

  9. ˈtɔ:kətɪv

  10. stænd