WORLD’S FAVOURITE VEGETABLES WORD SCRAMBLE

WHAT ARE THE MOST POPULAR VEGETABLES EATEN AROUND THE WORLD? FIND THE ANSWER TO THE QUESTION BY COMPLETING THE WORD SCRAMBLE BELOW. GOOD LUCK!   RELATED POSTS VEGETABLE WORD SEARCH WITH WORDS VEGETABLE WORD SEARCH NO WORD LIST

Present Continuous Short Answers

Exercise to practise short answers to questions with the Present Continuous. Short Form Examples Are you working? Yes, I am.  No, I’m not. Is he working? Yes, he is.  No, he isn’t.  /  No, he’s not. PRESENT CONTINUOUS GRAMMAR – (Form & Use) EXERCISE PRACTICE: Answering Questions in Present Continuous EXERCISE PRACTICE: Short Forms with the Present Continuous EXERCISE PRACTICE: … Read More

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

Present Simple or Continuous Exercises

3 Exercises at B1 Intermediate / A2 Elementary / A1 Beginner Levels Exercise 1: Multiple Choice Present Simple or Continuous. B1 Intermedate Level Exercise 2: Multiple Choice.  10 questions and answers.  A1 Beginner / A2  Elementary Level  Choose the correct answer to complete the gaps in the sentences. Exercise 3: Fill in the Blank .  10 questions and answers. A1 … Read More

Prepositions of Time Exercises

Prepositions of Time Exercises using Since, For, Ago, From…to, Till 4 Exercises. Level A1/A2  Do you know the rules for Since / For & Ago? Exercise 1: Drag the answers to complete the grammar rule. Exercise 2: Multiple Choice. Choose the answer to complete the blank in the sentence. Exercise 3: Check the grammar rules of From…to / for / … Read More

COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS

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 PLACE

  What’s the difference between in front of and opposite? Distance. Opposite is further away (i.e. across the table) while in front of is very close. What’s the difference between under and underneath? No difference in meaning. We say under more often than underneath because it’s shorter! What’s the difference between next to and beside? No difference :). Next to … Read More

SO AND VERY

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SO AND VERY? The difference between SO and VERY can be a tricky question .  SO and VERY are both adverbs which are used to emphasize an adjective or an adverb.   In many situations, you can use either SO or VERY with no difference in meaning. I’m so hungry.                                                   I’m very hungry. She played so … Read More

USING TAKE AS A PHRASAL VERB

Use Phrasal Verbs such as TAKE as much as possible. Native English speakers typically use plenty of Phrasal Verbs in everyday conversational English.  This is just a short list of Phrasal Verbs with TAKE – there are many more. PHRASAL VERB TAKE to take up – to start learning or doing something new.  She took up dancing when she was just 3 … Read More