Do you know SOME & ANY Grammar? Check your knowledge with this rules exercise SOME vs Any RESTAURANT DIALOGUE EXERCISE ANYWHERE, ANYTHING, ANYONE, vs SOME & EVERY EXERCISE COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A2 PRE-INTERMEDIATE EXERCISES
Exercise to practise countable and uncountable nouns. Countable & Uncountable Nouns EXERCISES For a grammar explanation on countable and uncountable nouns click here. Click here for much & many grammar explanation & video Much, Many, a lot of exercise SOME & ANY Exercise All or Every – Grammar & Exercises
Drag & Drop Exercise Instructions: Sort the nouns below by dragging them into the correct column (countable or uncountable) below. COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS grammar COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE EXERCISES MUCH & MANY grammar SOME & ANY Exercise ALL or EVERY Grammar & Exercise
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
PRESENT CONTINUOUS GRAMMAR – (FORM & USE) EXERCISE PRACTICE: Present Simple or Continuous? EXERCISE PRACTICE: Question Form with the Present Continuous EXERCISE PRACTICE: Answering Questions in Present Continuous EXERCISE PRACTICE: Short Forms with the Present Continuous
Practice the question form of the Past Simple Tense in English. This exercise will test your skills of the correct word order in questions. More Exercises with Questions in the Past Question Word Order in the Past Simple (regular verbs) Question Word Order in the Past Simple (irregular verbs)
Use the correct form of the Irregular Verbs in the Past Simple Tense to complete the blanks.
Multiple Choice. 10 Questions & Answer. Beginner / A1 Level