Grammar Exercises

Spot the Mistakes (4)

Which of these sentences are grammatically incorrect? Correct the mistakes.

1. I’m working here since October.

2. It could cost three million pounds.

3. It depends on the weather.

4. How long have you known Jack?

5. I’m not as tall as Gina.

6. Have you finished your homeworks yet?

7. The waiting room is in the end of the corridor.
















Answers

  1. I‘ve been working here since October.
  2. Have you finished your homework yet?
  3. The waiting room is at the end of the corridor.
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Spot the mistakes (2)

Which of these sentences are grammatically incorrect? Correct the mistakes.

1. We arrived to London last night.

2. Where did you born?

3. How long have you been living in Paris?

4. I’m not agree.

5. I’ll phone him later.
















Answers

  1. We arrived in London last night.
  2. Where were you born?
  3. I don’t agree / (or: I disagree)
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Spot the mistakes (1)

Which of these sentences are grammatically incorrect? Correct the mistakes.

1. Catherine doesn’t really like living on her own.

2. I think is true.

3.  Gary’s married to a nurse.

4. They found the book boring.

5. She left without say goodbye.

6. I’m not used to drink such strong coffee.















Answers

  1. I think it’s true
  2. She left without saying goodbye.
  3. I’m not used to drinking such strong coffee.
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Word Formation (19)

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

1.  Our trip included stays in Belize and Panama which are in _______ America.  CENTRE

2.  If you suffer from _______, it’s a good idea to avoid coffee.  ANXIOUS

3.  At the hostel we had to share the room with ten people so there was little _______.  PRIVATE















Answers

  1. central  2. anxiety  3. privacy