Can, Could, Would to Offer, Suggest & Request

We use the helping or modal verbs CAN, COULD & WOULD LIKE to offer, suggest, request & invite. Modals Review – A2 Pre-Intermediate English CAN – Use can with friends or informal settings for requests (things you want).  Example sentence:  Can I borrow a pen, please? COULD – Use Could to make requests or ask for permission.  Could is a more polite … Read More

Active vs Passive: Present & Past Simple Exercises

3 Exercises to practise the difference between ACTIVE & PASSIVE forms of the verb in the Present Simple and Past Simple. Worksheet and Answers PDF Exercise 1 Instructions: Look at the picture below and complete the exercise by choosing the correct form of the verb to complete the gap in the sentence.   Exercise 2 Instructions: Look at the picture … Read More

Teach or Learn?

What’s the difference between teach and learn? This is a common question in class and the difference is quite easy!  A teacher teaches in a school and students learn. TEACH – use the verb ‘teach’ to mean to instruct or to show someone how to do something.    Examples: 1).  My teacher teaches very well.  I always understand everything  2).  … Read More

Prepositions of Time, Place & Motion Exercises

There are 2 exercises on this page to practise Prepositions of Time, Place and Motion at an A2 or Elementary level of English To complete the exercises, read the text and complete the gap in the sentences with the missing words. Exercise 1 Exercise 2  Prepositions of Time Exercises PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE Prepositions of Place Prepositions of Movement Quiz PREPOSITIONS … Read More

When we use BETWEEN and AMONG

Use BETWEEN to describe the difference between or the position of two things. Use AMONG to describe the difference or position in a group of things. Between Examples: Look between the curtains and you’ll see a strange man outside. The table is between the 2 chairs. Among Look! There’s an old house among those trees. I found my keys among … Read More

Prepositions of Place Flashcards

Prepositions of Place Memory Cards In these cards you will find pictures and questions to help you learn the following place prepositions: ON / IN / UNDER / BY / NEAR / BESIDE / ABOVE / BELOW / THROUGH / BETWEEN Learn Prepositions of Place Learn Prepositions of Movement Prepositions of Movement Exercise

If vs When Exercises

Choose WHEN or IF to complete the gap in the exercises below.  Be careful!  Some of the sentences can take both IF and WHEN.   In this exercise, choose the answer that has the SAME meaning as the one provided in the example.

Countable and Uncountable Nouns Exercise

Choose the correct answer to complete the gap in the sentence in the multiple-choice exercise below. COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE Nouns Exercise 2  COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS Grammar SOME & ANY Exercise MUCH & MANY Grammar MUCH & MANY Exercises MUCH, MANY, A LOT OF Exercise SOME & ANY Exercise  ALL or EVERY – Grammar & Exercises