Beginner & elementary exercises

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Grammar Exercise name Type
tenses Present simple (1) I do, I am, I have, he has … gap-fill
tenses Present simple (2) I do, I am, I have, he has … gap-fill
tenses Present simple questions (1) Do I, does he? gap-fill
tenses Present simple questions (2)
Do I, does he?
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tenses Present simple questions, negatives (1)
Do, don’t, doesn’t
multiple-choice
tenses Present simple questions, negatives (2)
Do, don’t, doesn’t
multiple-choice
tenses Present continuous questions
are you doing?, is he doing? …
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tenses Present simple vs. present continuous (1)
I do vs. I am doing
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tenses Present simple vs. present continuous (2)
I do vs. I am doing
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tenses Present simple vs. present continuous (3)
I do vs. I am doing NEW!
multiple-choice
tenses Past simple (1)
I was, I had, I saw …
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tenses Past simple (2)
I was, I had, I saw …
multiple-choice
tenses Past simple questions
Did I, was I? …
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tenses Irregular verbs in the past simple (1)
I had, he spoke, she went, they saw, …
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tenses Irregular verbs in the past simple (2)
I had, he spoke, she went, they saw, …
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tenses Irregular verbs in the past simple (3)
I had, he spoke, she went, they saw, …
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tenses Future simple
I will
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tenses Practise different tenses
present, past, present perfect, future simple …
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tenses Questions with prepositions
Who with? Who to? Who about? What with? …
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tenses The verb “be”
I am, you are, he is, was, were …
multiple-choice




Other grammar Exercise name Type
word order Word order (1)
verb + object, place + time
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word order Word order (2)
verb + object, place + time
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nouns The plural forms of nouns
1 man, 2 men; 1 tooth, 2 teeth …
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pronouns Personal pronouns
I, me, he, him, she, her, we, our, …
multiple-choice
pronouns/ adjectives Possessive adjectives and pronouns
My, mine, your, yours, her, hers, ours, …
multiple-choice
pronouns/ questions Questions (1)
Who, which, why, where? questions
multiple-choice
pronouns/ questions Questions (2)
Who, which, why, where? questions
multiple-choice
determiners Some vs. any
some, any coffee / some, any books
multiple-choice
verbs Past participles of irregular verbs (1)
been, spoken, eaten, written, etc.
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verbs Past participles of irregular verbs (2)
been, spoken, eaten, written, …
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adjectives/ adverbs Adjective or adverb?
quick vs. quickly, slow vs. slowly …
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adjectives/ adverbs Comparative adjectives (1)
bigger, older, faster, more expensive, better …
multiple-choice
adjectives/ adverbs Comparative adjectives (2)
bigger, older, faster, more expensive, better …
multiple-choice
adjectives/ adverbs Superlative adjectives
the biggest, the oldest, the most expensive, the best …
multiple-choice
articles Indefinite articles
‘a’ and ‘an’
multiple-choice


Vocabulary Exercise name Type
vocabulary There, their, they’re gap-fill
vocabulary Opposite verbs multiple-choice
vocabulary Opposite adjectives multiple-choice
vocabulary Animals multiple-choice
vocabulary Animals (2) multiple-choice
vocabulary -ed and -ing adjectives multiple-choice
vocabulary Make or do? multiple-choice
vocabulary House and home text gap-fill
vocabulary Family and relatives multiple-choice
vocabulary Everybody, everywhere, everything multiple-choice
vocabulary Like / would like multiple-choice
vocabulary Town and city words multiple-choice



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