Exercise 1: Match the Extreme Adjectives to adjectives with a similar meaning.
Gap-Fill Exercise Use a preposition to complete the gap in the sentence.
Mixed Adjectives & Adverbs – B1 Intermediate Level ING or ED? Confusing Adjectives Exercise Grammar Rules: Adjective Order in English
Multiple-Choice Exercise to practise the difference between SO & VERY Grammar Rules: SO vs VERY
Multiple Choice Exercise to practise the difference between SO & SUCH USE SO: before an adjective to make it stronger. Example: The movie was so good. USE SUCH: before a noun to make the phrase stronger. Example: It’s such a good movie. PRACTICE EXERCISE SO or SUCH (A2 / Pre-Intermediate Level) SO, VERY, SO THAT Grammar Rules
LIKE and AS are both used in English to say that things or similar. However, there is a difference between LIKE and AS. USE like before a noun or a pronoun. Examples: He looks like his father. The book is like the film. She is just like her mother. Very friendly. COMMON EXPRESSIONS WITH LIKE look like, feel like, smell like, sound … Read More
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Irregular Comparatives and Superlatives Word Search
Read these rules for the comparative form in English before completing the comparatives exercise below. Use the comparative form in English when you want to compare 2 things. For example: America is bigger than England. Horses are more intelligent than rabbits. Comparative Form Add /er/ to the end of adjectives with one syllable and adjectives with 2 syllables ending in … Read More
Choose the correct answer to complete the sentence in the multiple-choice exercise below. Adverbs vs Adjectives Exercise Grammar: ING or ED adjectives Grammar: Adjective Order in English