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
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 Practice Exercise with Say & Tell Difference between Say & Tell explained.
Between & Among Prepositions of Place Multiple-Choice Exercise A2 / Elementary Level of English To learn the grammar rules of BETWEEN and AMONG click here. Prepositions of Place Grammar Rules Prepositions of Place Flashcards Prepositions of Time, Place & Motion Exercises
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Choose the correct answer to complete the gap in the sentence in the multiple-choice exercise below. COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE Nouns Exercise 2 COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS Grammar SOME & ANY Exercise MUCH & MANY Grammar MUCH & MANY Exercises MUCH, MANY, A LOT OF Exercise SOME & ANY Exercise ALL or EVERY – Grammar & Exercises
Multiple Choice Exercise. 10 questions & answers. Beginner / A1 Level
Multiple-choice exercise to practise the most common Phrasal Verbs in British English. Good luck!
More Exercises at B1 / Intermediate Level: Present Perfect or Past Simple (50 questions & answers): Multiple Choice Exercise Present Perfect or Past Simple: Drag & Drop to complete the Gap Multiple Choice Exercise: Present Perfect or Past Simple Multiple Choice Exercise: Mixed Time Words with the Present Perfect and Past Simple Multiple Choice Exercise: For / Since / … Read More
Prepositions of Movement Exercise: Click here for EXERCISE practice with prepositions of movement and direction Click on the links below to learn more about prepositions: Learn Prepositions of Place Learn Prepositions of Time
The Sliema Promenade is a great source of free entertainment. It’s a great place for walking, jogging or meeting up with friends and grabbing a bite to eat al fresco at one of the outdoor cafes. The promenade extends from St Julian’s, through Sliema and the path can be followed all the way to the bottom of Valletta … Read More
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