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. βœ…

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. βœ…

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.”



Grammar Exercises

Spot the Mistakes (43)

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

1. We’d better take an umbrella in case it will rain.

2. Take my advise – stay away from that guy.

3. Marco drinks a great deal of coffee.

4. I wish I hadn’t spent so much money.

5. Emily is doing a six-weeks online course.

6. It’s time you start your homework.

7. Let me know when are you arriving.





Answers

1. We’d better take an umbrella in case it rains.
2. Take my advice – stay away from that guy.
3. βœ…
4. βœ…
5. Emily is doing a six-week online course.
6. It’s time you started/were starting your homework.
7. Let me know when you are arriving.


VOCABULARY EXERCISES

NATURE VOCABULARY PRINTABLES (B2/Upper Intermediate)

Learn about nature and improve your reading skills and English vocabulary at the same time with these PDF handouts.


Gentle Giraffes – Fun facts gap fill and an exercise on ‘Neck’ idioms
Beautiful Bees – Fun facts gap fill plus exercise on ‘Bee’ idioms
Fascinating Sharks – Fun facts gap fill and ‘Fish’ idioms
Splendid Sloths – Fun facts gap fill and Idioms with ‘Slow’

QUIZ YOUR ENGLISH!

One-page worksheets each with three exercises on general vocabulary, idioms, practical English, etc.  (with PDF) These can be used for self-study or for homework.

Quiz Your English! (1)

Quiz Your English! (2)

Quiz Your English!(3)

Quiz Your English! (4)

Quiz Your English! (5)

Vocabulary-Enriching  Exercise 1

TEST YOUR IDIOMS!

CONFUSING WORDS:

Confusing words (1): Mixed

Confusing words (2): Mixed

Confusing words (3): Say or Tell?

Confusing words (4): Job or Work?

Confusing words (5): As or Like?

Confusing words (6): Among or Between?

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?

End the Confusion (1): Forget vs. Leave (with exercise)

End the Confusion (2): Lend vs. Borrow (with exercise)

End the Confusion (3): At the end vs. In the end (with exercise)

End the Confusion (4): Look vs. See vs. Watch (with exercise)

End the Confusion (5): Raise vs. Rise (with exercise)

PHRASAL VERB EXERCISES

Exercise 1: Mixed Phrasal Verbs
Exercise 2: Mixed Phrasal Verbs
Exercise 3: Mixed Phrasal Verbs
Exercise 4: Mixed Phrasal Verbs
Exercise 5: Phrasal verbs with ‘COME’
Exercise 6: Nouns from Phrasal Verbs
Exercise 7: Phrasal Verbs with ‘Out’

FLASHCARDS

Phrasal Verbs
Make or Do?
Common Adjectives with Opposites