Do you know your prepositions in English? Test yourself with the following exercises! Find a suitable preposition to complete the gaps in the sentences.
Prepositions of Time Exercises SINCE, FOR, UNTIL, FROM, TO Prepositions of Time, Place & Motion Exercises
Exercise 1 Exercise 2: Fill in the blanks Exercise 3: Fill in the blanks RELATED EXERCISES Verb Followed by Preposition (to vs at) FOR vs TO Exercise Prepositions at the end of questions Between and Among Exercise Prepositions after nouns
Many verbs are followed by a preposition. We generally talk TO someone ABOUT something. When we ask a question, the preposition will fall at the end of the question. For example: Who were you talking TO? What were you talking ABOUT? Exercise 1: Complete the Gap Drag the missing prepositions to complete the gaps in the sentences. Exercise 2: Complete … Read More
Find a preposition or a combination of prepositions to complete the gaps in the sentences. Exercise 1 RELATED EXERCISES Verb Followed by Preposition (to vs at) FOR vs TO Exercise Prepositions at the end of questions Between and Among Exercise Prepositions at the end of questions More Upper Intermediate Grammar Exercises
Gap-Fill Exercise Use a preposition to complete the gap in the sentence.
Between & Among Prepositions of Place Multiple-Choice Exercise A2 / Elementary Level of English Related Pages A2 Pre-Intermediate Exercises To learn the grammar rules of BETWEEN and AMONG click here. Prepositions of Place Grammar Rules Prepositions of Place Flashcards Prepositions of Time, Place & Motion Exercises Grammar Test A2
Complete the blanks in the sentences with the following words: yet, already, just, since, for, ago, last. More Exercises at B1 / Intermediate Level: Since, For or Ago: Multiple Choice Exercise Present Perfect or Past Simple: Drag & Drop Exercise / True or False Present Perfect or Past Simple : Multiple Choice Exercise Present Perfect or Past Simple (50 questions … Read More
There are 20 questions and answers in this quiz to practise prepositions of movement. You will need to complete the blanks with the following prepositions: up, down, across, along, through, towards, over, into, out of, More prepositions exercises at A2 / Elementary English level For the grammar rules on prepositions of movement, motion and direction, click here. Prepositions of Place … Read More
Learn these first phrasal verbs using GET when used with TRANSPORT. There are 4 main verbs which are used for different types of transport. GET ON: We get on large vehicles like buses, boats, trains, planes. But we also get on horses and bicycles! GET OFF: This is the opposite of the verb to get on. We get off buses, … Read More