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1 Level 1 Special Grammar Worksheet No. 2 Topic/s: Countable and Uncountable Nouns Practice 1: Is it countable or uncountable? Write C if countable and U if uncountable. 1. honey 2. table 3. advice 4. wallet 5. health 6. computer 7. salt 8. strength 9. bicycle 10. information 11. air 12. house 13. tea 14. plant 15. water Practice 2: Is the underlined noun countable or uncountable? Write C if countable and U if not. 1. The children are playing in the garden. 2. I don't like milk. 3. I prefer tea. 4. Scientists say that the environment is threatened by pollution. 5. My mother uses butter to prepare cakes. 6. There are a lot of windows in our classroom. 7. We need some glue to fix this vase. 8. The waiters in this restaurant are very professional. 9. My father drinks two big glasses of water every morning. 10. The bread my mother prepares is delicious. 11. Drivers must be careful; the road is slippery. 12. Some policemen are organizing road traffic to avoid any accidents. 13. I bought three bottles of mineral water for our picnic. 14. I'd like some juice please! 15. Successful candidates will join the camp later this year. 16. A rise in oil prices is inevitable since there is more and more world demand for energy. 17. The exercises on this website are interesting. 18. Dehydrated babies must drink a lot of water. 19. Adult illiterates learn through a special government program. 20. I met some nice people when I was walking along the beach

2 Level 1 Special Grammar Worksheet No. 2 Topic/s: Proper and Common Nouns Practice 1: Underline the common nouns. Circle the proper nouns with a red crayon. 1. The house is on Main Street. (1 common, 1 proper) 2. Karen played with her sister. (1 common, 1 proper) 3. Fran went to Furry Friends Pet Shop. (2 proper) 4. The car stopped quickly. (1 common) 5. Morgan Boulevard is a busy street. (1 proper, 1 common) 6. Michael and his friend chased the kitten. (1 proper, 2 common) 7. Did you see Kevin at the party? (1 proper, 1 common) 8. Laura looked at the stars through her telescope. (1 proper, 2 common) 9. There were no yellow markers in the box. (2 common) 10. Have you ever eaten a cheeseburger at Burger Planet? (1 common, 1 proper) Practice 2: Write the word common next to each common noun. Re-write each proper noun correctly. 11. alice smith 12. carpenter 13. dog 14. max 15. book 16. mayberry library 17. jupiter 18. planet 19. restaurant 20. doug's diner 2

3 Level 1 Special Grammar Worksheet No._2_ Topic/s: Possessive Nouns Practice 1: On the line write the possessive form of each underlined noun. 1. the drawers of the desk the drawers 2. the dreams of a man the dreams 3. the barks of a dog the barks 4. the leaves of a tree the leaves 5. the petals of a flower the petals 6. the jobs of students the jobs 7. the dressing room for men the dressing room 8. the voices of children the voices 9. antlers of the deer the antlers 10. the jackets of waiters the jackets Practice 2 Directions: Complete each sentence. Write the possessive form of the noun in parentheses (). (singular) example: The puppy's toy squeaks. (puppy) 1. This is homework. (Matthew) 2. The pants are black. boy) 3. That feathers are yellow. (bird) 4. This is jacket. (Sarah) 5. The toy is noisy. (dog) 6. My book report is fantastic. (friend) 7. Are these quarters? (grandma) 8. The stall is clean now. (horse) 9. uniform needs to be washed. (Bob) 10. The rattle is pink. (baby) 3

4 Practice 3: Write the plural possessive form of each word in the ( ) on the blank line. 1. The water was filled with the nets. (fisherman) 2. Everyone knew the forest was the territory. (wolves) 3. The bedroom is painted blue. (boy) 4. The cribs were in perfect rows at the nursery.(babies) 5. The wings were very large. (airplanes) Practice 4: Read the following sentences. Change the noun in parenthesis to a possessive noun. 1. My bike has a flat tire. (brother) 2. The rooms are going to be cleaned today. (girls) 3. The coat was white. (doctors) 4. At our school, the desks are made of wood. (teachers) 5. The toys were scattered all over the ground. (children) 4

5 Level 1 Special Grammar Worksheet No._2_ Topic/s: Pronouns (First, Second and Third) Practice 1: Write the pronouns in the column where they belong. me she he my I they we you him mine her them FIRST PERSON SECOND PERSON THIRD PERSON Practice 2: Directions: Write 1 if first, 2 if second and 3 if third person used in each sentence in the space to the right. Example: He walked to the grocery store. 3 1) I want to go shopping. 2) They were very tired. 3) We did not go to the park. 4) You can use my calculator. 5) Jane watched a movie last night. 6) It is going to be a nice day. 7) You are so funny! 8) I thought he was joking. 9) I wonder why they didn t come to the meeting. 10) Olivia knew John was in trouble. 11) You are nice, Mark said. 12) If one were to break the law, he should go to jail. 13) I m leaving! she yelled. 14) Are you all coming to the football game? I asked

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