Articles Exercise (a, an, the, no article) B1

Basic Grammar Rules: Articles (A / AN / THE / NO ARTICLE) Use A / AN for: things / objects / places / people etc.  that are new to the listener or reader. Example sentences:  1. There is a book on a table. 2. I met a friend yesterday. Use THE for: specific things / objects / places / people which are already known to the … Read More

PRESENT PERFECT OR PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

Created on July 04, 2020 PRESENT PERFECT OR PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS Really learn the difference between the Present Perfect and the Present Perfect Continuous with this quiz. 1 / 48 She's been loving me for 3 years. Sentence is correct Sentence is incorrect 2 / 48 I _____ (live) in this house for 20 years have lived have been living ... Read More

Present Perfect or Past Simple Exercise B1

 Present Perfect or Past Simple Exercise This quiz will test your knowledge of past participles, use of tenses & word order for questions and time words. Level: B1 / Intermediate More Exercises at B1 / Intermediate Level: Drag & Drop Exercise / True or False: Present Perfect or Past Simple Multiple Choice Exercise: Present Perfect or Past Simple  Multiple Choice … Read More

Future Exercises: B1 Intermediate 

Test your knowledge of the future in English with this quiz. Use shall, will, be going to or the present continuous to complete the exercise.  Be careful!  There is often more than one correct way to talk about the future in English!

100 most common phrasal verbs

100 MOST USEFUL PHRASAL VERBS This quiz is designed to test your knowledge of the 100 Most Common and useful phrasal verbs in English. Can you understand these common phrasal verbs? Choose the verb that has the same or synonymous meaning to the verb in bold in the sentence. Exercise 1: Multiple Choice Exercise 2: Multiple Choice Exercise 3: Complete … Read More

Get a life! Expressions with GET

COMMON EXPRESSIONS WITH GET GET A LIFE – Meaning: go and start doing something interesting Example sentence:  She just sits around the house all day.  She really needs to get a life. GET A MOVE ON – Meaning: Hurry up! or get going Example sentence:  Come on!  Let’s get a move on!  We’re going to be late. GET LOST –  … Read More

Speak, Ask, Say, Tell, Reply

Vocabulary exercise to practise use of speak, ask, say, tell and reply. 15 questions and answers.  Multiple Choice Exercise to complete the gap in the sentence   Related Pages Practice Exercise with Say & Tell Difference between Say & Tell explained. FOR vs TO Exercise What’s the difference between FOR and TO? Speak, Ask, Say, Tell, Reply Between and Among … Read More

Time Expressions Present Perfect & Past Simple

What are Time Expressions for the Present Perfect & Past Simple? Time expressions are signal words give you a clue for the tense that you need to use.  For example, if a sentence starts with the words, “Two days ago,…”, we know that the time is past and the action is finished.  For this reason, the signal word ‘ago’ is … Read More