Learning English, maybe preparing for a test, aren't you? How about checking if you remember grammar well? We have a number of English practice exercises categorized with tags. Take any of them to validate your knowledge of English grammar.
If you are interested in something specific, maybe a grammar catergory like verb tenses or a popular language test like IELTS or something else, use our fancy taxonomy browser to get challenges on whatever subject you want.
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Challenges by tag
- CEFR levels
- Difficulty levels
- English grammar
- Other good stuff
Read more about the tags...
English Grammar is probably the most interesting tag tree here. If you are interested in improving your writing skills, you might want to expand different branches asking yourself questions like "Do I even understand what determiner means". If you don't feel that this is the case, you might click the tag to make sure. This set of tags comprises our current attempt to categorise English grammar. They are not set in stone, and we will continue to develop the taxonomy to be as useful as possible.
CEFR here stands for the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, and it is a set of descriptors to help us to measure our ability at language.
Difficulty Levels are intended to leave content authors space for arbitrariness. These are opinions about how difficult questions and challenges are.
Other good stuff is a catch-all category for what's left. International language tests, humor, idioms, you know, all these similar things.