Multiple-choice exercise Choose the verb which completes the gap in the sentence.
Exercise 1 Exercise 2: Fill in the blanks Exercise 3: Fill in the blanks RELATED EXERCISES Verb Followed by Preposition (to vs at) FOR vs TO Exercise Prepositions at the end of questions Between and Among Exercise Prepositions after nouns
Find a preposition or a combination of prepositions to complete the gaps in the sentences. Exercise 1 RELATED EXERCISES Verb Followed by Preposition (to vs at) FOR vs TO Exercise Prepositions at the end of questions Between and Among Exercise Prepositions at the end of questions More Upper Intermediate Grammar Exercises
Multiple-choice exercise Choose the answer which has the same meaning as the example sentence
PRESENT & FUTURE actions Use SHOULD + verb to give advice / make a suggestion / express obligation You should eat at least 5 fruit & vegetables every day. You shouldn’t go to bed late before an exam. PAST actions Use SHOULD HAVE + PAST PARTICIPLE to express regret / criticism Examples: I should have studied for my English test. … Read More
Gap-Fill Exercise Use a preposition to complete the gap in the sentence.
Choose the best form of the verb in the Present Perfect or Present Perfect Continuous to complete the blanks in the sentence. More Upper Intermediate Grammar Exercises
It is important to know the difference between a COUNTABLE and an UNCOUNTABLE noun in English. Quantifiers such as many, few, can only be used with countable nouns while much / little can only be used with uncountable nouns. Click here for online exercises or worksheet in pdf. It is normally easy to tell the difference between an uncountable noun … Read More