Much, Many, A Lot of Exercise

Exercise to practise much, many & a lot of in questions, answers, positive, negative and comparative sentences. Click here for MUCH & MANY grammar Click here for COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS grammar Countable & Uncountable Nouns EXERCISES SOME & ANY Exercise  All or Every – Grammar & Exercises

What Time is it? Exercise

/10 20 What time is it? Exercise to practise telling the time in English.  Multiple choice quiz.  Select the correct answer to the question. 1 / 10 What time is it? It's 9 minutes past 7. It's 9 minutes to 7. It's 51 minutes past 6. 2 / 10 What time is it? It's nineteen minutes past two o'clock. It's ... Read More

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

Question Form Present Simple – Ex. 1

Question Form: Present Simple Helping Verb (Auxiliary) Person (Subject)  Base of the Verb Do you go to school every day? Does she drive a car? Do they have a dog? Does that man work here? Does he know my name?

SINCE, FOR & AGO

TIME WORDS USE TENSE FOR + period of time many tenses SINCE + point in time Present Perfect (& other Perfect Tenses) AGO + past or finished time Simple Past (& other Past Tenses) SINCE Since is used to mean from a point in time in the past up to now.   As since connects a past time to the present time, it is … Read More

WHEN OR IF

WHEN OR IF? We use WHEN for something that is definite or sure to happen and IF for something that is not sure or certain. Compare the following: When I wake up in the morning, I have a coffee. When I wake up late, I must hurry.   If I don’t wake up on time tomorrow, please wake me up. … Read More

USING GO AS A PHRASAL VERB

Try to use Phrasal Verbs such as GO as much as possible. Native English speakers typically use plenty of Phrasal Verbs. This is especially true in speaking and conversation. This is just a short list of Phrasal Verbs with GO – there are many more. to go on (1) – to continue.  He never seems to get to the end … Read More