SENTENCE STRUCTURE
Practice asking questions in the past tense    #1 #2
IRREGULAR VERBS
Drill past tense verb forms    A-B C-D E-F G-H K-M P-S S T-W   
Study the structures for sentences in the past tense
Make sentences using count and non-count nouns  #1 #2
Learn more about questions and negative sentences in the past tense
See examples of 5 sentence patterns
Practice making negative sentences in the past tense    
Make sentences in the present perfect    #1 #2 #3 #4 #5   
Use the simple past or the present perfect    #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8  
Practice word order for questions   #1 #2      
PRESENT PERFECT
Study when to use the present perfect
Practice using FOR and SINCE  #1 #2 #3 #4
Use the correct word order for sentences  #1 #2
Do a crossword puzzle with irregular past participles
Match questions and answers
COUNT AND NON-COUNT NOUNS
Identify count and non-count nouns   #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6
Learn about count and non-count nouns
Use MUCH and MANY correctly  #1 #2
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PRONOUNS, POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES,
and POSSESSIVE NOUNS
Select the correction pronoun or possessive adjective
Provide the correct object pronoun
Select the correct spelling for possessive nouns
COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES
Provide the correct form for a comparison   #1   #2
Learn about prepositions of location with illustrations
PREPOSITIONS
Learn about prepositions of time
Learn about prepositions of motion with illustrations
Practice using AT, IN, and ON
Practice using ABOUT, AT, FOR and TO
Practice using AFTER, FOR, AND SINCE
Provide the correct reflexive pronoun
Did he go?

Was she ready?
had
went
forgot
began
              I have done that many times.

         We have forgotten the password.

                               They have eaten.

                            She has been there.
Three bananas       some fruit
younger
brother
older
brother
him            them

    his           their

the boys' mother  

      I cut myself.       
How many boxes?       How much
money?
bought
wrote
saw
after 5 o'clock
in the can
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Use the correct question word
Identify  run on sentences and sentence fragments
INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR FOR ADULT ESL LEARNERS