Difference between Then and After Exercise

What’s the difference between then and after? Test your knowledge with this exercise! Choose THEN or AFTER to complete the sentences in the multiple choice exercise below.

As, When, Whenever Linking Words

Use AS: when 2 things happen at the same time.  Example: As I was leaving the house, my phone rang. AS can also mean the same as because.  Example:  I was hungry as I hadn’t eaten anything all day. Additional meanings of the word AS Use WHEN: to talk about the time when something happened in the past or will happen in the future.  Example: When … Read More

Stative vs Dynamic Verbs Exercise

Stative vs Dynamic Verbs Exercise Multiple Choice ExerciseChoose the Stative or Dynamic form of the verb to complete the sentences. 1 / 30 You aren't telling me the truth. I _____ (not believe) you. am not believing don't believe 2 / 30 The students ______ (have) a great time at the party today. are having have 3 / 30 At ... Read More

Reflexive vs Non Reflexive Pronouns Exercise

0 votes, 0 avg Created on April 24, 2021 Reflexive vs Non Reflexive Pronouns 1 / 24 He washed his hair and dried ______ with a towel. him himself 2 / 24 Have you met John? Let me introduce ______ to him. you yourself 3 / 24 He has a problem with his homework. Can you help _____? himself him ... Read More

Phrasal Verbs for Banking


Exercise 1 Match the phrasal verb to its meaning Exercise 2 Complete the gap with one of the phrasal verbs above Exercise 3 Multiple-choice

Phrasal Verbs for Money

Read the text below and then try and match the phrasal verbs with make to their meaning. I had wanted to buy a motorbike for ages and I had been setting money aside for months. I’d had to cut back on shopping and spending money at restaurants. Finally, I had enough money and during the Black Friday sales, I picked … Read More

Phrasal Verb Make Exercises

Exercise 1: Drag and Drop Match the phrasal verbs to their meaning Exercise 2: Multiple Choice Exercise 3: Multiple Choice Exercise 4: Multiple Choice Exercise 5: Fill in the Blanks Complete the gaps in the sentences using make as a phrasal verb PHRASAL VERBS EXERCISES

Get as a Phrasal Verb Exercises

GET ON Meaning 1: to become old. Example: My parents are getting on and can’t do the housework themselves anymore. Meaning 2: to have a good relationship. Example: He doesn’t get on with the other students in class. Nobody likes him. The phrasal verb get along with can also be used to mean to have a good relationship. Example: He … Read More

BRING as a Phrasal Verb Exercise

Exercise 1: Match the Meaning Drag and drop the phrasal verb and match it to its meaning. Exercise 2: Multiple Choice Exercise 3: Fill in the Blanks PHRASAL VERBS