How to use the article THE – Grammar

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English Quiz: Test your knowledge of quantifiers. – Intermediate Level

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Conditionals

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Example sentences:
– If you heat water, it boils.
– If babies are hungry, they cry.
– There are few jobs for young people if the economy is bad.

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Example sentences:
– If you visit me, I’ll take you to Venice.
– If the weather is fine, we will go on a trip.
– If mum is at home, she’ll make a delicious pizza.

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Example sentences:
– If Peter had a bike, he would ride it every day.
– If Emily got up early, she would be in time for school.
– Sally wouldn’t buy a car unless she needed it.

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Example sentences:
– If dad had let me go to the party,  I would have been very happy.
– If I had seen Hellen, I would have given her your message.
– If it had snowed, we would have gone skiing.

Test your knowledge of present and past tenses – Intermediate level

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Downloadable PDF file (without answers): Test your knowledge of present and past tenses – Intermediate level

Downloadable PDF file (answers): Test your knowledge of present and past tenses – Intermediate level – ANSWERS

 

Spot the mistakes

Can you spot all the mistakes?

  1. I am the good gamer and I play with good character.
  2. It don’t work.
  3. If you are talking to me, then I got distracted.
  4. A turtle on a cloud that trow another turtle.
  5. There is one that have a coins.

Write a comment below with all the mistakes you can find and I will tell you if you are right!

Downloadable PDF file: Can you spot all the mistakes?

 

Past simple vs past continuous

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Fill in the gaps with the past simple or past continuous form of the verbs in brackets

  1. I ______________ (walk) home when I ______________ (meet) Maria.

  2. John __________________ (wait) for me when I ________________ (arrive).

  3. I haven’t seen Andrew for ages. When I last _________________ (see) him, he ___________________ (try) to find a job in Dublin.

  4. He _________________ (read) the newspaper when the phone _______________ (ring).

  5. I _________________ (make) a sandwich when Mike _______________ (arrive).

  6. We ________________ (not go) out because it ________________ (rain).

  7. When I was young, I _____________ (want) to be a doctor.

  8. He usually wears sandals but when I last ______________ (see) him he _________________ (wear) boots.

  9. My brother ______________ (see) you in the park two days ago. You__________________ (play) football with Stuart.

  10. While I _________________ (work) in the garden, I _________________ (hurt) my back.

 

Correct answers:

1) was walking; met.
2) was waiting; arrived.
3) saw; was trying.
4) was reading; rang.
5) was making; arrived.
6) didn’t go; was raining.
7) wanted.
8) saw; was wearing.
9) saw; were playing.
10) was working; hurt.

Downloadable PDF – past simple or past continuous – quiz with answers

 

 

Do you know the difference between WHO, WHOM, and WHOSE?

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WHO

WHOM

WHOSE

Interactive quiz “Who, whom or whose?

Downloadable PDF:
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WHO, WHOM, AND WHOSE
QUIZ – WHO WHOSE WHOMQUIZ ANSWERS – WHO WHOSE WHOM
QUIZ ANSWERS – WHO WHOSE WHOM