100 Irregular Verbs in the Past: B1 Intermediate

The exercises and table below have the 100 most common verbs in the past which you really need to learn at a B1 or Intermediate level of English. One easy way to improve your English is to really learn the Irregular verb forms in the Past Simple and the Past Perfect. To do this, you need to memorise the most … Read More

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

Grammar Test: B1 Intermediate

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Grammar Test: Conditional Sentences

Created on January 30, 2021 Grammar Test: Conditional Sentences Test your knowledge of Conditional Sentences with this quiz.Multiple-choice questions. 1 / 38 If the rains _______, I ______ to work. stops / will walk will stop / will walk 2 / 38 Complete the sentence. I wouldn't work, if….. didn't have to. haven't to. 3 / 38 I've lost my ... Read More

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 She _____ (catch) the bus many times before but had never been on a plane. had caught had catched 2 / 36 She couldn't remember the homework and she ______ (write) it down. hadn't written hadn't write 3 / 36 ... Read More

FOR vs TO Exercise

 Related Pages   What’s the difference between FOR and TO?  Verbs With 2 Objects Verb Followed by Preposition (to vs at) Speak, Ask, Say, Tell, Reply Say or Tell Exercise Between and Among Exercise Verb Followed by Preposition (to vs at)

Verbs of the Senses + like / as if

Created on December 01, 2020 Verbs of the Senses + like / as if Multiple-choice exerciseComplete the sentences with LOOK, SOUND, TASTE, FEEL, SMELL + LIKE or AS IF 1 / 41 Is this sentence right or wrong? Did you your hear that? It sounded like a car accident. Wrong Right 2 / 41 You ______ your father when he ... 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 Put ENOUGH _____ a noun. after before 2 / 40 I have _____ work to do, I can't go to the party this evening. too much enough 3 / 40 He ... Read More

Adjectives vs Adverbs B1 Exercise

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