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 Give… (me / the book). me the book. to me the book. 2 / 41 I didn't have any money so she … (paid / me). paid for me. for me paid. 3 / 41 I can't do it. Can you do... (it / ... 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 What's wrong, Mark? I _____ (look) for my phone. I can't find it. am looking look 2 / 30 He always _____ (forget) my birthday. is forgetting forgets 3 / 30 She never _____ (do) any exercise. ... Read More

Subject Object Questions Exercise

What are SUBJECT & OBJECT Questions? SUBJECT Questions: The answer is the SUBJECT of the sentence. Example: WHO hit you? MARK hit me. OBJECT Questions: The answer is the OBJECT of the sentence. Example: Who did you hit? I hit MARK. Exercise 1: IDENTIFYING SUBJECT OBJECT QUESTIONS In the following multiple choice exercise choose whether the question is asking for … Read More

First, Second & Third Conditional Sentences

Complete the following sentences…. Mixed Conditional Sentences If you didn’t drink so much coke…… If you lost your phone… If you aren’t feeling better in the morning…. If you had woken up earlier this morning… If the door is locked… If I work really hard… If I had never met you… If I were a man / woman… If there … Read More

Third Conditional Exercises

Third Conditional Exercises Choose the best form of the verb to complete the gaps in the sentences. 1 / 20 I (believe) it if I hadn’t seen it myself. wouldn't have believed hadn't believed 2 / 20 I (take) a taxi if I had realized that it was such a long way. would taken would have taken 3 / 20 ... Read More