More Grammar Reference on November 13, 2008 Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Email Grammar Reference The following grammar reference pages include charts, quizzes and other related resources. Use these pages to quickly review specific grammar points, or to introduce yourself to new topics. http://esl.about.com/blgrammar.htm Direct (Reported) Speech Passive Voice Saying 'No' Nicely Contrasting Ideas Stating Preferences Giving Warning Asking for Information Offering Help Making Suggestions Giving Advice English Tenses Timeline Chart Relative Clauses: Introduction Relative Clauses: Defining and Non-Defining Clauses Relative Clauses: Relative Pronouns in Defining Clauses Relative Clauses: Relative Pronouns in Non-Defining Clauses Relative Clauses: Prepositions, Where, When and Why Grammar Terminology Reference TOEFL Practice - 1 Sentence Rewriting - 1 TOEFL Practice - 2 Sentence Rewriting - 2 TOEFL Practice - 3 Sentence Rewriting - 3 TOEFL Practice - 4 Sentence Rewriting - 4 TOEFL Practice - 5 Sentence Rewriting - 5 Adverb Clauses Adverb Clauses with Time Expressions Adverb Clauses Showing Oppostion Adverb Clauses Expressing Conditions English Verb Forms Plural Formation Adjectives Adjective Placement Quiz Adjective Placement Adverbs Contractions Beginner Grammar Lower Intermediate Grammar Intermediate Grammar Upper Intermediate Grammar Advanced Grammar Present Simple Past Simple Present Continuous Present Perfect Simple or Progressive Perfect? Simple vs. Progressive American/British Basic Business Letters Irregular Verbs Reference List Reference list of most common phrasal verbs Intonation and Stress: Keys to Understanding Introduction to Phonetics with Reference Chart Irregular Verbs - Interactive Quiz/Learning Tool Conditionals 0, 1, 2, 3 Future Forms Gerund or Infinitive: Interactive Quiz/Learning Tool Modal Forms Overview Must / Have to - Mustn't / Not Have to Can / Be Able to Passive Voice Reported Speech Beginners: What would you like? Making requests in a restaurant Beginners: How are you? The verb "to be" Beginners: What do you do? Simple Present Beginners: "A, An and The", use of indefinite and definte articles Beginners: ABC, the alphabet Beginners: Some - Any Beginners: Prepositions of time and place: at, in, to and on Beginners: Here - There, This, These - That, Those Adverb Clauses Showing Cause and Effect Grammar Pilar's Classroom Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Email Comments Post a Comment Thank you very much for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. Comments are moderated and will be published as soon as possible. Sorry for any inconvenience this can cause you, but spammers are everywhere. Please, use your name or nick when you leave a comment. Thank you.