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ESL GRAMMAR EXERCISES

[Suitable for Level One Students]
CHANGE FROM SINGULAR TO PLURAL.
(Explain subject/verb agreement. The books are....)

book ___________________________ 1. The book is on the table.
box ___________________________ 2. The box is on the floor.
class ___________________________ 3. The class has stopped for lunch.
pen ___________________________ 4. The pen is out of ink.
Man ___________________________ 5. The man is tired.
teacher ___________________________ 6. The teacher is in a meeting.
lunch ___________________________ 7. The lunch is in the refiigerator.


CHOOSE THE CORRECT WORD USE THE CORRECT FORM OF "TO BE"
I always (try/tries) to come to school on time. She ______________ a good student.
Henry (plays/play) the piano very well. They ______________ good people.
Bill (carry/carries) his books to school. You and Jerry ______________ brothers.
I (work/works) almost every day. We ______________ going to have a baby.
I (want/wants) to learn Spanish. Today ______________ Sunday.
He always (work/works) long hours. You ______________ not happy, are you?

*The material in this handout has been adapted from Lesson Plans and 
Activities for Tutors of Adults in English as a Second Language. (1997)
by Charles D. Keith with permission of the author and publisher,
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