KEEP PHRASAL VERB

MEANING AND PRACTISE EXERCISES OF KEEP AS A PHRASAL VERB KEEP ON Meaning 1: to continue. Example:  She kept on trying to do the exercises even though they were very difficult. Meaning 2: to continue talking while annoying the person you are talking to.  Example: He kept on about it even though it was clear we had all already understood. … Read More

Phrasal Verbs with Put & Give

Exercise 1: Fill in the Blank Complete the phrasal verbs with put and take Exercise 2: Fill in the Blank Complete the phrasal verbs with put and take

Who or Which Relative Pronouns Exercise

Exercise 1: Gap Fill Exercise Complete the words to complete the gaps in the sentences. Exercise 2: Multiple Choice Are the following sentences correct or incorrect? Choose correct if the answer is right or incorrect if the answer is wrong.

As, When, Whenever Linking Words

Use AS: when 2 things happen at the same time.  Example: As I was leaving the house, my phone rang. AS can also mean the same as because.  Example:  I was hungry as I hadn’t eaten anything all day. Additional meanings of the word AS Use WHEN: to talk about the time when something happened in the past or will happen in the future.  Example: When … Read More

Past Simple or Past Continuous Exercises

Use the PAST SIMPLE or PAST CONTINUOUS / PAST PROGRESSIVE to complete the sentences in the following exercises. Exercise 1:  Multiple Choice Choose the correct form of the verb in the past simple or past continuous to complete the gaps in the sentences. Exercise 2: Complete the gap story Write the correct form of the verb in the Past Simple or … Read More

What or Which Relative Pronouns Exercise

Use WHAT or WHICH to complete the sentences in the exercises below. Exercise 1: Multiple Choice Exercise 2: Fill in the blanks in the sentences using WHAT or WHICH

Verbs With 2 Objects Exercise

Verbs With 2 Objects Exercise Multiple ChoiceComplete the sentences with the correct answer. 1 / 41 He lent….(a book / to me). to me a book. me a book. / a book to me. 2 / 41 He's buying…. (gift / Mario) a gift for Mario. a gift to Mario. 3 / 41 He said (something / me). me something. ... Read More

Stative vs Dynamic Verbs Exercise

Stative vs Dynamic Verbs Exercise Multiple Choice ExerciseChoose the Stative or Dynamic form of the verb to complete the sentences. 1 / 30 I can't come to the film this evening. I _____ (have) dinner with my family. am having have 2 / 30 I _____ (think) we should study now. am thinking think 3 / 30 ____ you _____ ... Read More