New Dictionary Words 2020

  Disclaimer: This quiz is designed for a bit of fun and please note that I do not suggest learning this complete list of words.  However, for obvious reasons, the words included in this quiz which are related to Covid-19 are key terms in daily use and also worth teaching to students of English at higher levels.  The majority of … Read More

Present Perfect or Past Simple Exercise B1

 Present Perfect or Past Simple Exercise This quiz will test your knowledge of past participles, use of tenses & word order for questions and time words. Level: B1 / Intermediate More Exercises at B1 / Intermediate Level: Drag & Drop Exercise / True or False: Present Perfect or Past Simple Multiple Choice Exercise: Present Perfect or Past Simple  Multiple Choice … Read More

At / On / In For Time Exercises

Prepositions of Time / 3 Exercises / A1 – A2 Level Prepositions of Time AT / ON / IN worksheet pdf Exercise 1 Do you know the rules?  Test yourself with this quiz! Exercise 2:  Multiple-choice exercise.  Choose in, on or at to complete these time phrases. Exercise 3:  Gap-fill multiple choice exercise.  Choose in, on or at to complete … Read More

Until, Since, For Exercises

Exercises to practise the use of UNTIL / SINCE / FOR when used for time in English UNTIL means up to a time.  Example:  I’m working until 5 p.m. (i.e. I stop working at 5 p.m.) SINCE is used with a specific time or date.  Example: I’ve had this phone since last year. FOR is used with a period of … Read More

Short Forms Present Continuous

PRESENT CONTINUOUS GRAMMAR – (FORM & USE)  EXERCISE PRACTICE: Question Form with the Present Continuous EXERCISE PRACTICE: Answering Questions in Present Continuous EXERCISE PRACTICE: Tense Recognition of the Present Continuous EXERCISE PRACTICE: Present Simple or Continuous?

Review Question Words with Simple Past Questions

Use this exercise to review and practise question words with questions in the Simple Past.  Click on the correct answer to complete the gap below.   Question Word Order in the Past Simple (regular verbs) Question Word Order in the Past Simple (irregular verbs) Questions in the Past Simple (Irregular Verbs)