Intermediate exercises

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These exercises are for lower-intermediate and intermediate students of English (A2 to B1 level).

There are both multiple-choice and gap-fill exercises in this section, as well as multi-lesson courses.

Tenses

Exercise name Type
Past simple gap-fill
Past simple – forming questions gap-fill
Present perfect gap-fill
Past simple vs. present perfect (1) gap-fill
Past simple vs. present perfect (2) gap-fill
Past simple vs. present perfect (3) gap-fill
Past simple vs. present perfect (4) gap-fill

More tenses

Exercise name Type
Past tense questions with “How long?” gap-fill
Present perfect simple vs. continuous (1) gap-fill
Present perfect simple vs. continuous (2) gap-fill
Forming different tenses gap-fill
Past simple / past continuous gap-fill
Future tenses: will / going to multiple-choice
Future tenses: will / going to gap-fill
Past perfect gap-fill
Past perfect versus past simple gap-fill
Future simple: will/won’t gap-fill
Passive forms gap-fill

Adjectives and adverbs

Exercise name Type
Regular and irregular adverbs gap-fill
Comparative and superlative adjectives
bigger, more expensive, the best …
multiple-choice
Position of adverbs of frequency gap-fill

Prepositions

Exercise name Type
Practise using various prepositions multiple-choice
Prepositions of time at, in, on gap-fill
Prepositions of time until, by, over, during multiple-choice
Prepositions of place gap-fill
Verb and preposition combinations multiple-choice

Modal verbs

Exercise name Type
Positive and negative forms of modals gap-fill
Modal verbs: should vs. should have gap-fill
Modal verbs / present probability: must, can’t, may, could, might gap-fill
Modal verbs / past probability: must have, can’t have, might have, couldn’t have gap-fill

Conditionals

Exercise name Type
First conditional gap-fill
First conditional vs. second conditional (1) gap-fill
First conditional vs. second conditional (2) multiple-choice
First conditional vs. second conditional (3) gap-fill
Third conditional gap-fill

Verb structures

Exercise name Type
Verb + object + to infinitive gap-fill
Verb + infinitive or -ing gap-fill

Miscellaneous

Exercise name Type
Determiners: few, a few, little, a little multiple-choice
Wish I wish I were, I wish I had . . . gap-fill
Word order in questions/ indirect questions gap-fill
Personal and reflexive pronouns multiple-choice
From, for and since multiple-choice
Some vs. any gap-fill
Countable and uncountable nouns multiple-choice
Relative pronouns: who, which, that, whose, etc. gap-fill
Used to, be used to, get used to multiple-choice
Would rather, would prefer, prefer multiple-choice
Time expressions by, until, in time, on time multiple-choice
I’d: “I would” vs. “I had” multiple-choice
Questions tags ex. 1 …, isn’t it? …, aren’t I? gap-fill
Questions tags ex. 2 …, isn’t it? …, aren’t I? gap-fill
All vs. the whole gap-fill
Spelling test gap-fill

Vocabulary

Exercise name Type
Similes multiple-choice
Related to theft, stealing text gap-fill
Names of occupations, jobs, hobbies gap-fill
Collocations multiple-choice
Collocations (2) multiple-choice
Health and illness vocabulary text gap-fill
Verbs and their noun equivalents gap-fill
Verbs and their noun equivalents (2) gap-fill
Food and cooking words text gap-fill
Tell, say, speak, talk gap-fill

Listening

Exercise name Type
Listening exercise: Rare elephant born multiple-choice