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

Time Prepositions

Learn Time Prepositions and Phrases In Common Expressions (at/on/in/every/next) Multiple Choice Exercise Prepositions of Time Exercises Prepositions After Verbs Prepositions at the end of questions exercises Prepositions After Adjectives Prepositions of Movement Quiz Prepositions of Time, Place & Motion Exercises More Upper Intermediate Grammar Exercises

At the end / In the end exercise

The phrases AT THE END and IN THE END are very similar in English. Use at the end for time phrases and location.  For example: At the end of the year, the workers get a Christmas bonus. 2.We did some English exercises at the end of the lesson.  3. At the end of the show, the actors left the stage. 4. The … Read More

Since & For Exercise

Since & For Exercise Practice Level: A2 Elementary / B1 Intermediate A1 Beginner/ A2 Elementary Exercises Present Perfect Regular & Irregular Verbs:  Multiple Choice Exercise Present Perfect Participles:  Flashcards Exercise Prepositions of Time: Mixed Exercises  B1 / Intermediate Exercises Since, For or Ago: Multiple Choice Exercise Present Perfect or Past Simple: Drag & Drop Exercise / True or False  Present … Read More

If vs When Exercises

Choose WHEN or IF to complete the gap in the exercises below.  Be careful!  Some of the sentences can take both IF and WHEN. Exercise 1: Multiple Choice   Exercise 2: Multiple Choice In this exercise, choose the answer that has the SAME meaning as the one provided in the example. IF SENTENCES – 1ST CONDITIONAL EXERCISES

Go Phrasal Verb Exercise

To learn more about how to use Go as a phrasal or multi-word verb, click here. Use the phrasal verbs below to complete the 2 multiple choice exercises on this page. go back = return to go on = continue go up = increase go down = decrease go out with = to date go off = to dislike go … Read More

Until, Since, For Exercises

Exercises to practise the use of UNTIL / SINCE / FOR when used for time in English UNTIL means up to a time.  Example:  I’m working until 5 p.m. (i.e. I stop working at 5 p.m.) SINCE is used with a specific time or date.  Example: I’ve had this phone since last year. FOR is used with a period of … Read More