WORLD’S FAVOURITE VEGETABLES WORD SCRAMBLE

WHAT ARE THE MOST POPULAR VEGETABLES EATEN AROUND THE WORLD? FIND THE ANSWER TO THE QUESTION BY COMPLETING THE WORD SCRAMBLE BELOW. GOOD LUCK!   RELATED POSTS VEGETABLE WORD SEARCH WITH WORDS VEGETABLE WORD SEARCH NO WORD LIST

Much, Many, A Lot of Exercise

Exercise to practise much, many & a lot of in questions, answers, positive, negative and comparative sentences. Click here for MUCH & MANY grammar Click here for COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS grammar Countable & Uncountable Nouns EXERCISES SOME & ANY Exercise  All or Every – Grammar & Exercises

What Time is it? Exercise

/10 4 What time is it? Exercise to practise telling the time in English.  Multiple choice quiz.  Select the correct answer to the question. 1 / 10 What time is it? It's 10 minutes past 7. It's 7 minutes past 9. It's 7 minutes past 10. 2 / 10 What time is it? It's 11p.m. It's midnight o'clock. It's midnight. ... Read More

Vegetables Word Search no words 2

How fast can you find the vegetables in this word search? Tip: The shortest word in this search has only 4 letters, the longest word has 11 letters. Vegetables Word Scramble Challenge worksheet with answers pdf RELATED POSTS VEGETABLE WORD SEARCH WITH WORDS MOST COMMON VEGETABLES EATEN AROUND THE WORLD WORD SEARCH

Vegetables Word Search with wordlist 1

Vocabulary Building Word Search Vegetables Challenge:  How fast can you find all the vegetables in the list? RELATED POSTS MOST COMMON VEGETABLES IN THE WORLD WORD SCRAMBLE VEGETABLE WORD SEARCH NO WORD LIST

Present Continuous Short Answers

Exercise to practise short answers to questions with the Present Continuous. Short Form Examples Are you working? Yes, I am.  No, I’m not. Is he working? Yes, he is.  No, he isn’t.  /  No, he’s not. PRESENT CONTINUOUS GRAMMAR – (Form & Use) EXERCISE PRACTICE: Answering Questions in Present Continuous EXERCISE PRACTICE: Short Forms with the Present Continuous EXERCISE PRACTICE: … Read More

Negative Simple Past Exercise 1

Exercise to practise the negative form in the Simple Past Tense.  Choose the correct answer to complete the gap in the sentences below.