Exercises on Relative Adverb

This post contains exercises on relative adverb (where, when, and why). To understand concepts covered in these exercises, refer to what’s relative adverb and how it’s used. Pick the best relative adverb In the two exercises, identify the relative adverb…

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Exercises on Relative Pronoun

This post contains exercises on relative pronoun (who, whom, whose, which, and that). To understand concepts covered in these exercises, refer to what’s relative pronoun and how it’s used. Pick the best relative pronoun In the first two exercises, identify…

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Exercises on Personification

In each of the following exercises, find out if the sentence uses personification. If yes, then also identify the key words that depict personification. To understand personification and how they’re written, refer to these resources: Exercise 1 1. My first…

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Exercises on Metaphor

Here are few exercises to test your understanding of metaphors. Give it a try, and then look at the answers. To understand metaphors and how they’re used, refer to these resources: Exercise 1 Match the options with the sentences to…

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Exercises on Simile

Here are few exercises to test your understanding of similes. Give it a try, and then look at the answers. To understand similes and how they’re used, refer to these resources: Exercise 1 Match the options with the sentences to…

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Exercises on Onomatopoeia

In each of the exercises below, identify if a sentence is an example of onomatopoeia. If yes, then also identify onomatopoeic words in that sentence. To understand onomatopoeia and how it is used, refer to these resources: Exercise 1 1.…

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Exercises on Figurative Language

Hone your skills in identifying different types of figurative language through these two exercises. More resources on figurative language: Exercise 1 Each sentence below contains one of the four figures of speech, namely simile, metaphor, personification, and hyperbole. Identify which…

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Exercises on Alliteration

In each of the four exercises, identify whether the sentence contains alliteration or not. If yes, then also identify the words that alliterate. Please exclude articles, prepositions, pronouns, and conjunctions from your count of alliterative words. Give the exercises a…

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What Part of Speech Is ‘For’?

A word doesn’t necessarily belong to a particular part of speech. Depending on how it is used in a sentence, a word can belong to more than one part of speech. In this post, we’ll analyze the word for grammatically,…

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