Prepositions of time exercises (A2)

Prepositions of time exercises (A2) Have you read the information pages on prepositions of time?  Click here to read them before you try the prepositions of time exercises. Remember to register to get email updates! Complete the prepositions of time exercises below to test your knowledge. Prepositions of time exercises practice Complete the prepositions of … Read morePrepositions of time exercises (A2)

Prepositions of place exercises (A2)

Prepositions of place exercises (A2) Have you read the information pages on prepositions of place? Click here to read it before you try the prepositions of place exercises. Remember to register to get email updates! Complete the prepositions of place exercises below to test your knowledge. Prepositions of place exercises practice Complete the prepositions of … Read morePrepositions of place exercises (A2)

Can or Could

Can or could Deciding when to use can or could sometimes causes problems for English language students, especially as these words have a number of different uses. Can or could can be used to talk about: Possibility / Impossibility Ability / no ability To ask for / give permission To give instructions / make requests … Read moreCan or Could

More about articles in English – exercises

More about articles in English – exercises Have you read the ‘More about articles in English‘ lesson? Click here to read it before you try this articles exercises. Remember to register to get email updates. Complete the articles exercises below to test your knowledge. Articles exercises practice (Level A2) Complete the articles exercises by choosing … Read moreMore about articles in English – exercises

Using articles in English – more complex rules exercises

Using articles in English – more complex rules – exercises Have you read the information pages on more complex articles? Click here to read it before you try this articles exercises. Remember to register to get email updates. Complete the articles exercises below to test your knowledge. Articles exercises practice (Level B2) Complete the articles … Read moreUsing articles in English – more complex rules exercises

Used to

Used to

Used to There two common meanings of used to 1. Use(d) +infinitive is used to talk about repeated actions/states in the past. I used to smoke (i.e. I did smoke, now I don’t)   2. To be +used to + noun/verb+ing is used instead of ‘accustomed to’ I am used to working night shifts (i.e. … Read moreUsed to