These English grammar worksheets provide a variety of practice exercises with verb tenses, sentence structures, parts of speech, and common errors. Most practice is in context, using conversations or short paragraphs rather than bare lists to learn. Worksheet packets also include games and other activities to learn and review the more difficult structures. (See also Printable ESL Classroom Games.)
The Individual grammar worksheets on this page are all free, as is the Revision and Proofreading Checklist.
You can view and print them online, or you can download them as pdfs by right-clicking and choosing “save link as” (or the related message on your browser.) The past tense packet offers many more worksheets as well as game suggestions and materials.
You will need Adobe or another pdf reader to download these pdfs. If you do not have Adobe Reader you can download it, free, here. (You can also just read the free ones on the Internet, if you don't want to download them. Just left click instead of right-clicking the link.)
This is a three-page checklist asking students to review and revise their writing for clarity and completeness, then proofread for spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and grammar errors.
The third (optional) page explains compound and complex sentences, to help students recognize and eliminate sentence fragments, run-ons, and some common errors with commas.
It's written for Intermediate up English language learners from grade 6 to adult.
See also Games to Practice the Past Tense in Printable ESL Classroom Games. It includes many more memory games, as well as the two in the packet below, and also some sentence scrables and other ways to play with irregular past tense verbs in English.
This 18-page packet (plus answer keys, memory game back options, and bingo template- 30 pages total) offers students multiple ways to practice the past tense of regular and the most common irregular verbs. Much of the practice is in context (conversations or reading.)
Most of the worksheets are simple enough for students to use on their own for homework or extra practice (or to give to early finishers or to leave for a sub.) Most games are for the whole class, but the memory cards can be used in a center, for a few early finishers or even as a solitaire activity
The packet includes worksheets and game ideas to learn and practice regular and irregular verbs in the simple and continuous past tenses. Over 50 of the most common irregular past-tense verbs are practiced in sentences and again as gap-fills in longer text-- most of them at least three to four times.
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Again, you can practice much of this (and more that I don’t yet have in pdfs) at Grammar Practice.