Used to Past Habits Exercise

USED TO Grammar Rules Use the form USED TO for past habits & regular or habitual actions in the past. The negative form of USED TO is didn’t use to. The question form of USED TO is: Did you use to…..? USED TO is often used with the phrases anymore or any longer. Use the Past Simple for actions that happened only once in the past.  … Read More

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

Able to Exercise

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

Comparative vs Superlatives Exercise B1 Intermediate

5 Created on July 05, 2020 Comparative vs Superlatives Exercise B1 Intermediate Test your comparatives and superlatives in English with this exercise. 1 / 54 This is ___________ (delicious) meal I have ever eaten in my entire life. the most delicious most delicious deliciousest 2 / 54 He is _______ (lucky) person I have ever met. the luckyest the more ... Read More

Present Perfect or Past Simple Exercise B1

 Present Perfect or Past Simple Exercise This quiz will test your knowledge of past participles, use of tenses & word order for questions and time words. Level: B1 / Intermediate More Exercises at B1 / Intermediate Level: Drag & Drop Exercise / True or False: Present Perfect or Past Simple Multiple Choice Exercise: Present Perfect or Past Simple  Multiple Choice … Read More

Future Exercises: B1 Intermediate 

Test your knowledge of the future in English with this quiz. Use shall, will, be going to or the present continuous to complete the exercise.  Be careful!  There is often more than one correct way to talk about the future in English!

Get a life! Expressions with GET

COMMON EXPRESSIONS WITH GET GET A LIFE – Meaning: go and start doing something interesting Example sentence:  She just sits around the house all day.  She really needs to get a life. GET A MOVE ON – Meaning: Hurry up! or get going Example sentence:  Come on!  Let’s get a move on!  We’re going to be late. GET LOST –  … Read More

Since & For Exercise

Since & For Exercise Practice Level: A2 Elementary / B1 Intermediate A1 Beginner/ A2 Elementary Exercises Present Perfect Regular & Irregular Verbs:  Multiple Choice Exercise Present Perfect Participles:  Flashcards Exercise Prepositions of Time: Mixed Exercises  B1 / Intermediate Exercises Since, For or Ago: Multiple Choice Exercise Present Perfect or Past Simple: Drag & Drop Exercise / True or False  Present … Read More