Quizlet Grammar Sets
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Basic Grammar Sets
Intermediate Grammar Sets
Advanced Grammar Sets
- a, an, some Ex. We have _____ car. (a, an, some)
- Ago, In, Last, Next Ex. I'll see you in ten minutes.
- 'Be' Verb +/?/- Ex. + Sue doctor = Sue is a doctor
- 'Be' Verb Ex. This is my son. They are teachers.
- Classroom Questions Ex. It's spelled... = How do you spell that?
- Comparing Places Ex. hot PH > SF = PH is hotter than SF.
- Going to +/-/? (Future Plans) Ex. She is going to study tonight.
- Have/Has +/-/? Ex. He has a car. Does she have a car? They don't have a car.
- In, On, At (Time) Ex. He went to New York in June.
- Irregular Past Tense Verbs Ex. began, bought, caught
- Location Prepositions Ex. in, on, next to, behind
- Parts of Speech Ex. noun, verb, adjective, adverb
- Past Progressive (-ing) Ex. He was sleeping last night at 10pm.
- Play/Go/Do Ex. play soccer, go bowling, do exercise
- Present Perfect +/-/? Ex. Have you ever been to New York? I have never been to NY.
- Present Perfect vs. Past Simple. Ex. He has been married since 2015. He played for 2 years.
- Present Progressive +/-/? Ex. He is watching TV. Is she watching TV?
- Present Simple + - ? Ex. She drinks coffee. He doesn't drink coffee. Do they drink coffee?
- Pronouns: I, me, my Ex. I have a brother. His name is Jim. This is Jenny. I like her.
- Simple past +/-/? Ex. He went to SF yesterday. Did she go to SF. They didn't go to SF.
- So/Such, Looks/Looks like Ex. She is so nice. He is such a nice person. He looks nice. She looks like a doctor.
- There is/are ?/-/+ Ex. There is a clock. There isn't a map. There are two pictures. Is there a clock?
- This/That/These/Those +/-/? Ex. What is this? That is a clock. What are these?
- Wear/Wearing +/-/? Ex. Do you usually wear a hat? He is wearing a hat today.
- Wh- questions 'be' verb Ex. What is your name? How big is it? What time is it? Where is it?
- Wh- Questions (do/did) Ex. Where does she live? How long did you stay there?
Intermediate Grammar Sets
- All, both, almost, most Ex. She ate all of the donuts. Both of the students like chocolate.
- Already, Yet, Just, Still Ex. I haven't cleaned the bathroom yet. They have just arrived.
- Basic Direct/Indirect Speech Ex. My mom said, "You can go." My mom said that I could go.
- Bored/Boring (-ed/-ing Adjectives) Ex. I am interested in history. The movie was boring.
- By/Until Ex. We need to finish our essay by tomorrow. You can stay until 5pm.
- Connectors. Ex. although, but, however
- Describing Change (Present Perfect/Past Simple). The price went up. The price has gone up.
- During/For/While Ex. They talked during the flight. They worked for three hours.
- "How long" questions (Past/Present Perfect) Ex. How did he live there? How long has he lived there?
- General Plurals & Non-count nouns Ex. American students have to write many essays.
- Gerunds/Infinitives. Ex. They talked about going to SF. They went to SF to buy clothes.
- Make/Let Ex. My mom made me clean my room. My dad let me watch TV.
- Mixed Tenses and time expressions. Ex. He traveled a lot last year. He has traveled a lot in the last year.
- Modals of Speculation (+ other expressions) Ex. He may be a teacher. She might not be student.
- Modals/Expressions of Obligation Ex. You have to study. You don't have to go to the party.
- Other/Another/The other/Others. Ex. I have two classes. One is now. The other is later.
- Parts of Speech. Hard/Hardly (Adv/Adj). Ex. It is hard for me to get up.
- Parts of Speech. Health/Healthy; Danger/Dangerous
- Passive (Present/Past) Ex. John was arrested. Spanish is spoken in Mexico.
- Past Progressive vs. Past Simple Ex. She was texting when the car hit her.
- Present Simple/-ing for Habits. Ex. He studies English. He is taking a Int A this session.
- Quantifiers (all, most, each, etc.) Ex. Almost all of my friends came to the party.
- Since/For/From. Ex. He has been working since 2010. He has been living in SF for 5 years.
- Subject/Verb Agreement (Count/non-count/Gerund) Ex. Furniture is important.
- There (past/present/future) Ex. There was a test. There will be a test. There is a test.
- Unreal Present Conditional Ex. If I were rich, I would buy a Tesla.
- Wh- Questions (Mixed tenses) Ex. Where were you? How long will it take?
Advanced Grammar Sets
- Adjective Clauses (Basic) Ex. I like people who can talk about sports.
- Adjective Clauses (Commas, Capitals, Periods) Ex. IEC, which is located in Concord, has great students.
- Causal Language Ex. result from, give rise to, result in
- Comparative Connectors Ex. whereas, while, similarly
- Complex Adjectives Clauses Ex. He has three children, two of whom are in college.
- Even/Even if/Even though Ex. We will go to the beach even if it rains.
- Future Perfect Ex. By the time he finishes class, she will have arrived.
- Indirect Speech 'here' and 'now' Ex. here/there, this evening/that evening
- Noun Clauses Ex. Could you tell me where the station is?
- Past modals. Ex. He shouldn't have done that.
- Past Perfect Ex. When he got home, she had already left.
- Reporting Verbs Ex. describes, discusses, offers
- Should Discussion Questions. Ex. Do you think fast food should be taxed more?
- Tricky Connectors Ex. due to, in spite of, because of
- Unreal/Unlikely Present/Future Conditionals Ex. If I were talk, I'd play basketball.
- Unreal Past Conditionals Ex. If it hadn't rained, we would have gone to the beach.
- Which or What Ex. They talked about what happened.
- Wish (past) Ex. I wish I hadn't eaten so much.
- Wish (past, present, future) Ex. I wish I could go. I wish I had gone.