test your English

Key Word Transformation Exercise (1)

Complete the second sentence so that the meaning is very similar to the first, using the key word in bold.

Use between two and five words, including the key word. Contractions (I’m, can’t, etc, count as two words)

1. I can’t wait to go back to Costa Rica. FORWARD

I’m ______________________________ to Costa Rica.

2. It was the funniest thing I’d ever seen. SUCH

I’d ______________________________ thing.

3. George doesn’t like rugby. KEEN

George ______________________________ rugby.

4. Perhaps Sara already went home. MIGHT

Sara ______________________________ home.

5. It’s warmer in Rome than in Paris. AS

Paris ______________________________ Rome.

6. I think you should tell Isabel. WERE

If ______________________________ tell Isabel.

7. I’m going to remove my makeup. TAKE

I’m ______________________________ my makeup.

8. Can you do the dishes for me? MIND

Do ______________________________ the dishes for me?


There are lots more free resources here on my website for learning or teaching English, so please have a look around! My content is aimed at a B1 / B2 level of English.

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Grammar Exercises

Prepositions of Place (at, in, on)

Complete the sentences with ‘at’,’ in’ or ‘on’.

  1. We have offices  _____ Lisbon and London.
  2. Our offices are _____ Exeter Road.
  3. Our offices are _____ 10 Exeter Road.
  4. They live ____ number thirty.
  5. They live _____ Singapore.
  6. Shush! I’m _____ the phone.
  7. “Where are you?” – “I’m _____ work.”
  8. I’ll meet you _____ front of the station in five minutes.
  9. I’m _____ my way home now.
  10. Jack is _____ the meeting room.
  11. Patrick isn’t here. He’s _____ a conference _____ Berlin.
  12. Anna missed her son’s birthday because she was _____ a business trip.
  13. He said goodbye and got _____ the taxi.
  14. We got _____ the bus.
  15. I read the report _____ the plane.
  16. They met _____ university.
  17. Somebody’s phone rang _____ the middle of the meeting.
  18. George was sitting _____ his office.
  19. Don’t sit _____ this chair. It’s broken.
  20. There is a dirty mark _____ your computer screen.
  21. (in an office) Put the boxes _____ the corner.
  22. You can leave the boxes _____ the floor.
  23. _____ the end of the day I was ready to go home.
  24. I fell asleep _____ the sofa.

Answers

  1. in
  2. on
  3. at
  4. at
  5. in
  6. on
  7. at
  8. in
  9. on
  10. in
  11. at, in
  12. on
  13. in
  14. on
  15. on
  16. at
  17. in
  18. in
  19. on
  20. on
  21. in
  22. on
  23. at
  24. on


Verb Drills

Verb Training (1) – Present Perfect Simple (Positive)

Change these sentences to the present perfect simple (short form). Check my study tip at the end of the exercise 🤓

eg. He speaks to Alba. → He’s spoken to Alba.

1.  They have lunch.
2.  I drink my coffee.
3.  He catches the train.
4.  The train leaves.
5.  I shut the windows.
6.  It gets really cold.
7.  She breaks her arm.
8.  We spend too much money.
9.  I think about it a lot.
10.  She tells me everything.
11.  He writes them an email.
12.  She sends several emails.
13.  She takes the dog out for a walk.
14.  I throw the letter away.
15.  I keep the receipt.
16.  They ring the doctor.
17.  You do the dishes.
18.  He sees this film.
19.  We pay for the books.
20.  She buys new headphones.
21.  This tree grows so fast.
22.  The baby sleeps through all the noise.
23.  He quits smoking.
24.  I give up chocolate.
25.  She chooses this dress.
26.  We bring some snacks.
27.  I am quite tired this week.
28.  She meets his grandparents.
29.  I read that book.
30.  He goes to the supermarket. (Give BOTH possible answers here 😉)

ANSWERS


STUDY TIP 🍒

When you’ve finished and you’ve checked your answers make a note of the ones you didn’t know or that you misspelt, and try to make a new sentence with them in the present perfect.

Whenever you can, make the sentences personal to you and your life, as it is much easier to remember things when they are relevant to us.

Put these sentences on post-it notes around the house, leaving a gap where the verb should be.

Every time you see these notes READ THEM OUT LOUD adding the missing verb. Then after a week do this whole exercise again and see how you have improved!

vocabulary exercises

Quiz Your English! (5)

Level: Upper Intermediate/Advanced

A.  General Vocabulary

Fill in the gaps. All the words begin with the letters  EX- and an extra letter has also been given.

1.  Thanks to her culinary ex_ _ _ _ _ s _, Caroline has worked at some very swish restaurants.

2.  Okay, now you need to type in your credit card’s exp _ _ _ date.

3.   During her radio interview the author read a couple of exc _ _ _ _ _ from her latest novel.

4.  Oh my goodness! We have the ex_ c _ same earrings! Where did you get yours?

5.  I’m going to that nature photography ex_ _ b _ _ _ _ _  at the Natural History Museum tomorrow, if you want to come.

B.  Phrasal Verbs: Money

Complete the expressions using the verbs below. There’s an extra verb.

chip   stretch   scrape   splash   run

1. If everyone _____s in ten pounds, we can buy Sonia a really nice going-away present.

2.  Keep an eye on how much you are spending. You don’t want to _____ up a huge credit card bill.

3. We haven’t gone out for dinner for a long time so let’s _____ out and go somewhere fancy.

4.  Walter’s looking for a second job and somewhere cheaper to live as he is doesn’t want to just _____ by any more.

C.  Odd One Out

Choose the one which doesn’t belong.

1.   sole, mackerel, trout, bass, hawk

2.  blender, spade, kettle, stove, whisk 

3.  mumble, freckle, complexion, mole, wrinkle,

ANSWERS

Exercises on Idioms

Test your Idioms: THINK

Use these words to complete the expressions with ‘think’.

better, come, coming, dread, hear, straight, twice

1. Angus tells the best jokes. _____ to think of it, where is Angus? I haven’t seen him all day.

2. The restaurant was so noisy I could hardly _____ myself think.

3. I _____ to think how much time she’s wasted on that stupid app!

4. If I were you, I’d think _____ before telling Robert all about your plans for a new business. I’m not sure he can be trusted.

5. “If he thinks I’m going to get up at 6am to make him breakfast, he’s got another think _____!” Maya said.

6. Luka was going to phone Sonia but then he thought _____ of it. She probably didn’t want to speak to him at the moment.

7. Nicole was so tired after her long shift at work that she could barely think _____ .




Answers

1. come
2. hear
3. dread
4. twice
5. coming
6. better
7. straight

vocabulary exercises

Quiz Your English! (3)

A.  General Vocabulary

Fill in the gaps. All the words begin with the letters  HE- and an extra letter has also been given.

1.  Sorry I didn’t call you yesterday but I had a really he_ _ _c day. (= busy)

2.  We’re going to plant a he_ g _ at the end of the garden to give us more privacy.

3.  Jack’s not very confident about his French so he hes_ _ _ _ _ _  a lot when he speaks. (= pauses)

4. Firefighters wear he_ m _ _ _ to protect them from heat and falling objects.

5.  Do you mind listening to your music with he_ _ _ h _ _ _ _ on? I can’t concentrate.

B.  Food Idioms

Complete the expressions using the words below. There are two extra words.

apples   gooseberries   grapes   nuts   peppers   salts

1.  Daniel was criticising how his team played on Saturday but it’s just sour _____ because he wasn’t chosen to play.

2.  I don’t know what on earth was in that smoothie but it went through me like a dose of _____ and I had to rush to the nearest bathroom.

3. Come on, you can’t compare heavy metal to jazz! That’s like comparing _____ to oranges. 

4.  The crowd went _____ when Lady Gaga walked onto the stage.

C.  Word Building

Use the word in capitals to form a new word which fits the gap.

1.  What __________ will we need for our camping trip?  EQUIP

2.  Ugh! What on earth is that __________  smell!  DISGUST

3.  To my __________ Grant apologised. He never apologises for anything!  AMAZE

4.  Nobody lives on the island – it’s __________.  INHABIT






Answers

A. 1. hectic  2.  hedge  3. hesitates  4. helmets  5. headphones

B. 1. grapes  2. salts  3.  apples  4. nuts

C. 1. equipment  2. disgusting  3. amazement  4.  uninhabited

vocabulary exercises

Quiz Your English! (2)

A.  General Vocabulary

Fill in the gaps. All the words begin with the letters  MA and an extra letter has also been given.

1.  Jack lives in Los Angeles ma_ _ _ y.  (= mostly)

2.  Cats and humans are ma_ _ _ l _, whereas snakes and crocodiles are reptiles.

3.  Wearing a seatbelt is ma_ d _ _ _ _ _. It’s the law.

4.  Thank you so much for all your help. I don’t know how I would have ma_ _ g _ _ without you.

5.  It’s ma_ _ _ l _ _ _ _ what technology can do these days.  (=amazing)

B.  Idioms: Parts of the body

Choose the correct word to complete the idiom.

1.  When you do an online class, make sure you have everything you need at _____ (= nearby) so you don’t have to get up. (chest, finger, hand)

2. I’m sorry I bit your _____ off earlier. I was a bit stressed about my job interview.  (hand, head, heart)

3.  Julian decided to set up his own business because he was tired of working his _____ to the bone for someone else for so little pay.  (fingers, shoulders, teeth)

4.  We caught the train by the _____ of our teeth. If we’d arrived a minute later we would have missed it. (hair, gum, skin)

C.  Practical English

 Choose the right response.

1.  “I can’t make the party on Friday night. I have to work the whole weekend.” – “__________”

a)  Oh, poor you!

b) Oh, what pity!

2.  “Somebody’s just rung the doorbell. Can you answer it?” – “__________”

a)  Yes, I go. 

b)  Yes, I’ll go.

3.  “There you go. I’ve fixed your computer.” – “__________”

a)  “Thanks so much! I owe you one. 

b)  Thanks a thousand! You’re the best.”



Answers

A.  1. mainly  2. mammals  3. mandatory 4. managed 5 marvellous
B.  1. hand 2. head 3. fingers  4. skin
C.  1. a)  2. b) 3 a)

Quiz Your English! (1)

vocabulary exercises

Quiz Your English! (1)

A.  General Vocabulary

Fill in the gaps. All the words begin with the letters AN and an extra letter has also been given.

1. Amy and Leonard are celebrating their 50th wedding an_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ y  this Saturday.

2. Cinzia isn’t an_ t _ _ _ _ like her sister. She is far more outgoing.

3.  John isn’t playing basketball at the moment as he has sprained his an_ l _.

4.  The money was donated by someone who wishes to remain an_ n _ _ _ _ s.

5.  Deer, moose and caribou have an_ l _ _ _ .

B.  Idioms 

Choose the correct verb to complete the idioms.

1.  “I’m not usually one to _____ my own trumpet but I think I’m a pretty good cook,” said Julia. (blow, push, turn)

2.  You’re a bit tense about the meeting tomorrow. Why don’t you go for a run and _____ off some steam? (break, go, let)

3. The children are _____ under my feet. Do you mind taking them to the park so that I can get on with making lunch? (getting, going, running)

4.  We _____ the house upside down trying to find Ben’s football shoes but we couldn’t find them anywhere.  (lifted, ran, turned)


C.  Practical English

Choose the correct response.

1.  “Shall I carry that for you?”  – “No, don’t worry. _______________”

a)  I can do.  b) I can manage.

2.  “Can you lend me your pen?” – “_______________.”

a)  Yes, here you are.  b)  Yes, here you have it.

3.  “Do you know how to do this?” – “_______________.”

a)  Sorry, I have no idea.  b)  Sorry, I don’t have idea.




Answers

A. 1. anniversary 2. anything 3. ankle 4. anonymous 5. antlers.
B. 1. blow 2. let 3. getting 4. turned
C. 1. b) 2. a) 3. a)

Quiz Your English! (2) 😻 New! 😻

Nature

Animal Trivia Quiz!

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It’s time to put your animal expertise to the test! The answers are at the bottom of the page.

1.  The fastest creature in the animal kingdom is a bird, the ________.

(a)  common swift

(b)  frigate bird

(c)  great horned owl

(d)  peregrine falcon

2.  A baby kangaroo is known as a ________.

(a)  jill

(b)  jim

(c)  joey

(d)  jonny

Joey - cropped

3. Which snake isn’t native to the British Isles?

(a)  adder

(b)  grass

(c)  rattlesnake 

(d)  smooth

4.  Which mythical creature is Scotland’s national animal?

(a)  unicorn

(b)  griffin

(c)  phoenix

(d)  dragon

Facebook Cheetah

5.  Which of the big cats can’t roar?

(a)  jaguar 

(b)  cheetah

(c)  leopard

(d) tiger

6.  Which of these isn’t a species of shark?

(a)  bottlenose

(b)  cookiecutter

(c)  goblin

(d)  leopard

Meerkat - animal quiz

7.  Which of these animals spends most of its life in a tree?

(a) otter

(b)  walrus

(c)  sloth

(d) meerkat

8.  Which of these won’t you find in a honey bee colony?

a) a slacker

b) a worker

(c) a queen

(d) a drone

Bee on flower

Answers

1.  (d) peregrine falcon (they can dive at over 320km/h!)

2.  (c) joey  (click here for 5 Amazing Kangaroo Joey Facts)

3.  (c) rattlesnake (native to the Americas)

4.  (a) unicorn (click here for 10 Magical Facts about Unicorns)

5.  (b) cheetah (it can purr though!)

6.  (a) bottlenose (it’s a dolphin species)

7.  (c) sloth  (they are much safer up in the trees!)

8.  (a) slacker  (a slacker is an informal word for a person who is lazy and doesn’t do all the work they should)

Travel

Welcome to Singapore!

Welcome To Singapore - Cover

They say that good things come in small packages and our next destination illustrates that idea to a tee. Our next port of call in the “Welcome to” series is South East Asia’s smallest country, Singapore. My former neighbour, dear friend and food blogger, Gina, aka Fatsochef, is kindly going to show us around. If, for you, travel is as much about the food as the sightseeing, read on!

The last time I wrote about my country, I was probably just ten years old! I don’t remember but I’m sure it was nothing but praise for this little island I call home. There really isn’t much not to like about Singapore. It’s beautiful, clean, modern, efficient and safe, from both crimes and natural disasters! It’s got great infrastructure, well-built roads, a first-class airline, and as for the buildings, we’ve got some pretty awesome architecture here on our little space of barely 130 square kilometers.

Singapore cityscape during sunset
The Marina Bay Sands and the Singapore Flyer

If you’ve ever had the chance to see a picture of the famous Marina Bay Sands building and thought to yourself, “Well, that’s nice”, just wait until you see it in person – the structure will blow you away! The building houses a hotel, casino, theatre, countless restaurants, bars and a mall to meet every shopaholic’s demands, plus there’s a magnificent view of the city skyline from the rooftop which is a staggering 193 meters high. It is a must-visit!

As if being known as the Garden City wasn’t enough, we went and built a garden within the garden city! Even if you’re not into flowers, you’ll be mesmerized by the towering futuristic solar-powered Supertrees and the world’s tallest indoor waterfall here at Singapore’s Gardens by The Bay.

Singapore Gardens By The Bay
Gardens by the Bay

We’re a young country, just celebrating our fifty-third year of independence in August this year, but we’ve come a long way the past half a century. Watching the country grow and evolve in such a short time is the pride of all Singaporeans.

Speaking of evolution, my own backyard has seen some mind-boggling changes! Built in 1920s, Tiong Bahru is the oldest housing estate in Singapore; also my family home for the past thirty years… and counting! As recent as the early nineties, our walk-up apartment sat amidst mom-and-pop shops selling everything from eggs to haberdashery supplies to freshly handmade noodles. Today, barely a handful of these old businesses remain, and the rest have been converted to hipster cafes, swanky barber shops, lifestyle shops and even spas! Despite the change, Tiong Bahru still exudes an old-world charm that silently refuses to budge! Is it the old-fashioned buildings? Or the quiet elderly couple at their rundown back alley shop that still helps reupholster our equally old couches? I don’t know! But people come from all over to capture and take in this fusion of old and new!

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Tiong Bahru

One of my favorite places in Singapore is Haji Lane. Known as the narrowest street in Singapore where hip meets culture, Haji Lane is touted as a must-see in every tourism guide book. Tucked in the center of Kampong Glam, Singapore’s Muslim quarter, this barely 300-meter-long street is lined with vintage shops, ice cream parlors, taco stands, coffee joints and even tattoo studios. And what started out as graffiti in the early days on sleepy Haji Lane evolved into some of the best street art you’ll see in Singapore.

Haji Lane 3 pic
Stunning murals grace the walls and shopfronts in Haji Lane

My personal blog, fatsochef.com, revolves around the greatest pleasure of Singaporeans: eating! So it’s definitely on my agenda to talk a little about food here! Although we have a huge variety of local and international cuisines in Singapore, we are truly proud of our local fare.

Every Singaporean has his or her own idea of our national dish. For me, Hainanese Chicken Rice reigns! Singapore chefs adapted the dish from the early Chinese immigrants from Hainan province. Don’t ask me what was wrong with the original but we decided to tweak it to what it is today and it has become more Singapore than Hainan ever since! You will find chicken rice in every corner of Singapore – from neighborhood hawker centers, to five-star hotels and even on board Singapore Airlines! A serving could cost a mere SG$3 to a whooping SG$25, depending where you choose to dine!

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Hainanese chicken: fragrant jasmine rice cooked in aromatic chicken stock, served with freshly poached tender chicken

Think a whole chicken, gently poached to succulent tenderness, drizzled with sweet savory soy sauce and served with fragrant jasmine rice that’s been cooked in the broth from poaching the bird. It all seems rather simple but a good chicken rice hits you with its deep, aromatic flavor!

Of course there will be other claims on our national dish – from Char Kway Teow, to Laksa, to Nasi Lemak. Nonetheless, there’s no starting a food war with a bunch of food-loving people! In fact, when friends are visiting, the first thing we do is treat them to a Singaporean food fest. Believe me when I say they always enjoy it as much as we do!

Singapore - Laksa - 1500 x 1500
Laksa – Silky smooth rice noodles in a creamy spicy coconut broth, bean sprouts, prawns, fish cake, and if you’re adventurous, raw blood cockles!

I’ve always enjoyed writing, but never quite pursued it. Starting my food review blog was totally unplanned but it’s been really fulfilling, especially on days when I discover something delicious! In or outside Singapore, I love hunting down hidden gems… discovering a quiet beach, or a secret bar always makes my day! When I travel, I always eat what the local people eat. I love chatting to the locals, learning about their culture, their language, and their favorite places to eat and party. My other passion is skiing. Rare for someone that lives in the tropics! But yeah, every chance I get, I’m on the slopes. It’s probably something I’d like to do until I’m 100! But we’ll see about that!

Go here for a peek into my food adventures. Or share your thoughts on my IG, account. Better still, point me to YOUR favorite place to eat and I’ll be sure to put it on my list!

Singapore skyline, Marina bay and Merlion fountain view at dusk
Singapore skyline, Marina bay and Merlion fountain

 

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Pronunciation

Improve Your Accent! (26) – Tennis

It can really help your pronunciation if you know the phonetic symbols and the sounds they represent. You don’t need to worry about learning to write them just to recognise them. Do my quickie Improve Your Accent exercises and you’ll pick them up in no time, plus you’ll improve your pronunciation and your listening skills too.

Can you decipher these 10 tennis-related words?

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Answers

Spelling Quiz

Spot the Spelling Mistakes (1)

Check the words in bold. Are they spelt correctly? If not, correct the spelling.

  1. He’s writting a letter.
  2. They’re looking for accomodation near the university.
  3. Don’t you believe me?
  4. The meeting is tomorow.
  5. They went to the party separately.
  6. The exam is in February.
  7. The goverment needs to act quickly.
  8. Your appearence is important in an interview.









Answers

  1. writing
  2. accommodation
  3. ✅
  4. tomorrow
  5. ✅
  6. ✅
  7. government
  8. appearance
Vocabulary Quiz

EnglishSmarts CT Quiz 696

What’s the missing word? (The same word fits all the gaps). Answers by DM *only* to @EnglishSmarts on Twitter.

If I’m not following you, ask me for a follow first please. 😉

🔹 a _____-ditch attempt

🔹 to have the ______ laugh

🔹 as a _____ resort


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Vocabulary Quiz

EnglishSmarts CT Quiz 695

What’s the missing word? (The same word fits all the gaps). Answers by DM *only* to @EnglishSmarts on Twitter.

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🔹 _____ in Rome, do as the Romans do

🔹 _____ hell freezes over

🔹 _____ the chips are down


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vocabulary exercises

Quick Vocabulary Quiz (14) – ADVANCED – Answer

The answer is RATTLE 😎

1. There was something in the box because it RATTLEd when I shook it.
2. When it’s windy our windows RATTLE a bit.
3. Mike loves to RATTLE on about politics.


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Quick Vocabulary Quiz 13

QUIZ YOUR ENGLISH! Vocabulary Worksheets (handy for extra homework)

Worksheet 1
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Grammar Exercises

Spot the Mistakes (44)

Which of these sentences are grammatically incorrect? Find the mistakes and correct them. Scroll down for the answers.

1. I couldn’t go to the party as I had too much work.

2. Rebecca lives in Turkey so she is used to drink very strong coffee.

3. Do you know where is Brad?

4. How long you have been working in United States?

5. You won’t pass the exam. You’ve hardly studied.

6. Call me as soon you’ll get to the office.

7. I need that you make the dinner tonight.

8. “Can you pick up the kids from school?” – ” Yes, I can pick up them.”



ANSWERS

1. ✅

2. Rebecca lives in Turkey so she is used to drinking very strong coffee.

3. Do you know where Brad is?

4. How long have you been working in the United States?

5. ✅

6. Call me as soon you get to the office.

7. I need you to make the dinner tonight.

8. “Can you pick up the kids from school?” – ” Yes, I can pick them up.”



Vocabulary Quiz

EnglishSmarts CT Quiz 694

What’s the missing word? (The same word fits all the gaps). Answers by DM *only* to @EnglishSmarts on Twitter.

If I’m not following you, ask me for a follow first please. 😉

🔹 to _____ someone luck

🔹 your _____ is my command

🔹 I wouldn’t _____ it on my worst enemy


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