Practise short answers to questions using the auxiliary verb do. Example: Do you have a cat? Yes, I DO.
Use this, that, these or those to complete the gaps in the sentences.
What’s the difference between then and after? Test your knowledge with this exercise! Choose THEN or AFTER to complete the sentences in the multiple choice exercise below.
Do you know your prepositions in English? Test yourself with the following exercises! Find a suitable preposition to complete the gaps in the sentences.
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
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
Exercise 1 Complete the gaps in the questions with do, does or did.
Exercise 1: Complete the blanks Exercise 2: Complete the blanks with a pronoun or article. Note: Some sentences do not need an article or a pronoun.