Adjectives Order Get ready for exams Level B1/B2 When more than one adjective comes before a noun, the adjectives are normally in a particular order. Adjectives which describe opinions or attitudes (e.g. amazing, beautiful, expensive) usually come first, before more neutral, factual ones (e.g. red, big, round). If we don’t want to emphasise any one of the adjectives,
Grammar Time: Present Continuous Or Present Simple Do you prepare for exams? Do these grammar exercises to revise what tense to use Present Continuous or Present Simple Level B1 Exercise 1. Use the present continuous in the sentences. Don't rush me (I / work) _____________________as fast as I can. What (you / drink)______________________? It looks awful. ( She
Brush Up: Pronouns Either Neither Every Each All None Either Относится к двум лицам или предметам, имеет значение тот или другой, любой из двух: You may go by either road. (Можете идти по той или другой дороге (по любой из двух) Take either book. (Возьми одну из этих (двух) книг.) Here are two dictionaries, you make
Do these Future Tenses Exercises Revise Future Simple, Future Continous, Future Perfect and Future Perfect Continuous. These Future Tenses Exercises will have have you improve your grammar skills. Exercise 1. Fill in each blank space with the correct future verb tense (simple future, future continuous, or future perfect): 1. Tomorrow I ________ (paint) all day.
Future Continuous / Future Perfect / Future Perfect Continuous Let's learn the use of three Future Tenses. There is often very little difference between the future tenses. It often depends where you live (in Britain or the USA) and when you use the sentence (in spoken or written communication). The Future Continuous Tense = will be
Grammar Time Exam in Mind The Subjunctive Mood represents an action not as a real fact but as something that would take place under certain conditions, something desirable, necessary or unreal, unrealizable. Exercise 1. Use the subjunctive mood in the following sentences. Example: I will be glad to meet you again. - I would be
Aspects of Grammar: The Noun Exam in Mind Level B1 / B2 Are you getting ready for an English exam? Revise the Noun: singular and plurals and the Possessive Case You can do the Noun test here and check yourself. Click on Start Quiz I hope the Noun Test wasn't difficult and your
Let's do the Present Simple Tense exercises Level A1 Elementary Doing Present Simple Tense exercises you will have good practice. Task 1. Make negative sentences Example: She cooks breakfast. – She doesn’t cook breakfast. I take letters. She thinks about flowers. Mike goes home alone. Lena watches the butterflies. They make noise. I know the words.
Grammar Time Let's revise how to form Present Simple Questions Present Simple Types of Questions Elementary School Level A1 Put Yes/No questions to the sentences. Dolphins live in the sea. She loves skipping. She knows many chants. He can play chess. They play computer games. I read books in the afternoon. My friend has dancing
Possessive Case Exercise Revise how the Possessive Case is formed and have practice doing Possessive Case Exercises. Task 1. Translate into Ukrainian our teacher's tablet the dogs' hut the men's sandwiches the woman's budgies our baby's toys the mice's cage my friend's car my friend's cars my friends' car my friends' cars Task 2. Choose the