Questions in the Past Simple Regular Verbs

2 Exercises.  10 Questions & Answers. A1 Level – Beginner Exercise to practice asking questions in the Past Simple.  Put the verb in brackets into the correct form. Example: ______ you ______ (like) the restaurant last night?  DID you like the restaurant last night? Exercise 2 Drag the words to complete the questions.   More Questions Exercises in the Past … Read More

Recognise Present Continuous Tense

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

Questions in the Past Simple (Irregular Verbs)

Use this interactive exercise to practise word order in questions in the Past Simple Tense.   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) Question Words with Simple Past Questions


Prepositions of Time SINCE  + time / point in the past (yesterday, last year) FOR  + period of time (2 hours/3 days/1 year) UNTIL up to a point in time TILL Less formal way of saying until FROM….TO Use from for the start time and to for the finish time  Since Since is typically used with perfect tenses.  Use since … Read More


What’s the difference between CAN and COULD? CAN and COULD are very similar in the English language. Both words are very common because they have many meanings or functions. This means that both CAN and COULD can be used in various ways and different situations.   CAN COULD FRIENDLY FORM POLITE FORM ABILITY ABILITY IN THE PAST PERMISSION PERMISSION REFUSE … Read More


What’s the difference between the verbs, LOOK, SEE and WATCH? SEE The verb ‘see’ is the basic function of eyes. When our eyes are open, we see things around us whether we want or not. It is the ability (to perceive things with our eyes). EXAMPLES: I don’t see very well without my glasses. I saw a new boy at … Read More


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


Prepositions of Movement Exercise: Click here for EXERCISE practice with prepositions of movement and direction Click on the links below to learn more about prepositions: Learn Prepositions of Place Learn Prepositions of Time


ALL  (OF) = the whole or complete group EVERY = each item / object / person in the group  Note that ALL is used with plural nouns while EVERY and EACH are used with singular nouns. ALL or EVERY? Compare the following example sentences: All my friends love pizza. / Every friend I have loves pizza. All dogs love meat. … Read More


Online EXERCISES with in, on, at for time / Worksheet PDF WHEN TO USE AT FOR TIME Examples: I went to the doctor at 8 o’clock this morning. The shops open at 9 a.m. I go to bed at midnight. Although we use AT for an exact or precise time, some phrases do not follow the rule so we also … Read More