Mixed Adjectives & Adverbs – B1 Intermediate Level ING or ED? Confusing Adjectives Exercise Grammar Rules: Adjective Order in English
A multiple-choice exercise to practise modals of obligation: must / mustn’t, have to / don’t have to Grammar Rules: Must vs Have to
Modal Verbs of Obligation HAVE TO, MUST & SHOULD are modal verbs which we use for obligation and recommendations. Use SHOULD to make a recommendation (i.e. when you think it is a good idea for someone to do something). Example: You should do some grammar exercises to improve your English. 2. You should drink 6 glasses of water a day. … Read More
Choose the correct form of the verb TO BE ABLE TO and complete the gaps in the sentences. Be careful! You need to select between present, present perfect, past and future forms. Remember that able is followed by to in this structure. Exercise Level: B1 / Intermediate
Read these rules for the comparative form in English before completing the comparatives exercise below. Use the comparative form in English when you want to compare 2 things. For example: America is bigger than England. Horses are more intelligent than rabbits. Comparative Form Add /er/ to the end of adjectives with one syllable and adjectives with 2 syllables ending in … Read More
20 JOB FLASHCARDS TO BUILD YOUR VOCABULARY IN ENGLISH. Learn the following words: dentist, doctor, firefighter, builder, nurse, photographer, soldier, criminal, thief, taxi driver, chef, painter, artist, gardener, delivery person, singer, life guard, thief, hair stylist, barber, hairdresser, detective.
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.
Practise the difference between MAKE & DO with this interactive multiple-choice exercise. More exercises with MAKE & DO Take, Make or Do Multiple-Choice Exercise LEARN Word Collocation: MAKE Difference between MAKE & DO + exercise Keep going! Click here to learn common expressions with take