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Where can you find exercises for practicing English grammar?

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Exercises for practicing English grammar can be found on the My English Pages website, as of February 2015. The majority of the grammar exercise are regarding tenses and clauses, but other grammar aspects covered include infinitives, gerunds, modals, objects and predicates.

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From the My English Pages home page, a user can click on Exercises. In addition to grammar exercises, the website also has exercises dedicated to parts of speech and vocabulary. Exercises have a corresponding lesson that can be studied to prepare for the exercise.

My English Pages offers lessons on grammar, vocabulary, speaking, reading, listening and writing. It also includes links to popular online English dictionaries and information about studying in the United States.

English grammar can vary based on the speaker and region, as American, British and Australian English all have slight grammar differences. In English, there are eight word classes: nouns, determiners, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions and conjunctions. Classes can be open or closed, depending on if the class tends to accept new words. The open classes consist of nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs, which typically accept new words as part of the class. The remaining classes are considered closed, and new words are usually not added.

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