Category: Grammar

Your You're Worksheet

Your indicates possession. Is this your pencil? You’re is the contraction of you are. You’re writing with a pencil. Which one is ________ brother? ________ the funniest person I’ve ever met! I got home late last night and the first...


Lie Lay Practice Worksheet

Lie/ Lay/ Lain – to recline or to rest Lay/ Laid/ Laid – to put something down First decide if the sentence is describing someone reclining or putting something down. Then determine in what tense the sentence is written. You...


Complete Subjects and Predicates Worksheet

Sentences need a subject and a predicate. The following sentences are missing a part. Finish each sentence by adding either the subject or predicate. Then identify the missing part as S for subject or P for predicate. ________________________________________ ran out...


Capitalization Practice Surfing Paragraph

Directions: Underline three times the words that need to be capitalized and put a line through the letters that should not be capitalized. There are 25 mistakes. The evolution of Surfing Nobody knows when, or precisely where, surfing originated. captain...


Verb Phrases and Helping Verbs

Verbs phrases are a combination of helping verbs and main verbs. The dog has been chasing cars all morning. (Helping verbs: has been. Main verb: chasing) Charlene may go to the movies. (Helping verb: may. Main verb: go) Helping Verbs...



Using Nouns as Adjectives

Directions: Sometimes nouns are used as adjectives. Words that are usually nouns can help describe other nouns. Underline the nouns that are used as adjectives. Ex: I think peanut candy is the best. Peanut is usually a noun, but in...


Parts of Speech Practice

Directions: Using the example words given, write two sample sentences for each part of speech. 1. Noun: a person, place, thing, quality, or act. Examples: pencil, girl, park, happiness 2. Verb: action words that tell what nouns do. Examples: to...


Capitalization Worksheet Part 2

This worksheet starts with five basic rules and then provides 10 questions for practice. Rules 1. Only capitalize north, south, east, and west when writing about specific locations in the country • I lived in the South for three years....