English Grammar Tests
It´s for Ben. It´s for him.
Possessive pronouns (my, her, his, etc.)
Ben´s got a car. It´s his car.
Possessive pronouns (mine, yours, etc.)
It´s my car. It´s mine.
There or It is a cat?
I have no/any/none friends.
Somewhere or anywhere?
Who/Whom are you?
Either/Both/Neither my sons are happy.
Both (+ plural) means this and that and is used with and.
Either (+ singular) means this or that and is used with or.
Neither (+ singular) means not this and not that; it used with nor.
(a)little + uncountable nouns
(a)few + countable nouns