Put Sentences Into The Passive (Mixed Tenses)

The verbs in the following sentences would sound better in the Passive Form. Note this is a mixed tenses exercise. Exercise 1: Complete the gaps Put the following sentences into the Passive. Exercise 2: Complete the gaps Put the following sentences into the Passive Form

English Test: Verb Tenses

Test your VERB TENSES in English with this quiz. Review the active form of the simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous tenses verb tenses in the present, past and future.   More B2 or Upper Intermediate Grammar Exercises

Irregular Past Perfect

Created on December 04, 2020 Irregular Past Perfect Multiple-choice exercise to practise IRREGULAR PAST PARTICIPLES in Past Perfect sentences. 1 / 36 We had no car at that time because we ______ (sell) our old one. had sold had sell 2 / 36 He said he was sorry but I _____ (forgiven) already him. had forgiven already had already forgiven 3 / ... Read More

Enough vs Too Much & Too Many

Created on November 29, 2020 Enough vs Too Much & Too Many Multiple-choice exercise to practise the difference between ENOUGH, NOT ENOUGH, TOO MUCH & TOO MANY 1 / 40 There weren't _____ chairs so we couldn't sit down. enough enough of 2 / 40 I didn't have _____ , to buy a coffee at the train station. money enough enough ... Read More

Most of vs Most Exercise

What’s the difference between MOST OF and MOST? Use MOST OF THE to talk about a specific group.  Example sentence: Most of the children in my class are French. USE MOST to make a generalisation or to talk about the majority.  Example sentence: Most children like ice-cream. More B2 or Upper Intermediate Grammar Exercises

Adjectives vs Adverbs B1 Exercise

Mixed Adjectives & Adverbs – B1 Intermediate Level ING or ED? Confusing Adjectives Exercise Grammar Rules:  Adjective Order in English

Past Simple, Past Continuous or Past Perfect Exercise

Mixed Forms in the Past – B1 Intermediate Level Multiple Choice Exercise Complete the gaps in the sentences by choosing the correct form of the PAST SIMPLE, PAST CONTINUOUS & PAST PERFECT. Use the Past Simple: When the action is finished and the time is past. Use the Past Continuous: When the action is unfinished in the past. Use the … Read More