cooking; ordering reading to meet to take, to work going studying to work wearing becoming; to be laugh looking at studying Go back to the exercise ➡️ Verb Patterns (1): Gerund or Infinitive? Verb Patterns (2): Gerund or Infinitive? (Remember, Forget, Stop, Try, Need)
Add the gerund or infinitive form (with or without “to”) of the verb in brackets. “I don’t feel like __________ (cook) for so many people. How about __________ (order) some pizzas?” Glen really enjoys __________ (read) books by Stephen King. We arranged __________ (meet) my cousins at the entrance to the amusement park. At work … Continue reading Verb Patterns (3): Gerund or Infinitive?
Complete the sentences with 'a', 'an', 'the' or '--' ( = no article). 1. I had ___ breakfast and then I took ___ shower. 2. ___ Spain is playing ___ Netherlands in the final. 3. Jon plays tennis twice _____ week. 4. ___ Everest is ___ highest mountain in ___ world. 5. He was driving at … Continue reading Definite and Indefinite Articles (1)
Choose 'as' or 'like' to fill the gaps. 1. Walter used to work _____ a waiter at his father's restaurant. 2. Jack's been to some amazing places this year, _____ Argentina, India, and Borneo. 3. Did you hear that? It sounded _____ a phone ringing. 4. I think you should do _____ he asked. 5. … Continue reading Confusing Words (5): As or Like?
Choose the correct preposition in brackets. Sometimes no preposition is necessary. Nick has fancied _____ Amy for ages. Maddox says he fell _____ love _____ Summer the moment he saw her. Sam used to have a crush _____ his German teacher. Patricia adores _____ Alexander but she doesn't want to marry _____ him yet. Gwyneth … Continue reading Adjectives + Prepositions (3): In and Out of Love
Which of these sentences are gramatically incorrect? "Hi! Are you Juan?" - "Yes, I'm." May you help me move the sofa? He has forty years old. They're on a ten-days trip to South Africa. I didn't go for swim as the water was very freezing. We're thinking to buy a house. Do you remember where … Continue reading Spot the Mistakes (40)
Rephrase these sentences using 'can't' or 'must': Example: I'm sure Nick likes you as he's always looking at you. ➡️ Nick must like you as he's always looking at you. 1. I'm certain they aren't at home as there are no lights on. 2. It's impossible you are tired as you slept for ten hours! … Continue reading Modals (2): Certainty (present) – Must vs. Can’t