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)

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

Say or tell

Say or tell Say and tell are similar in that they both mean to talk or give information to someone verbally. However, there are differences in sentence construction and exact meaning. Can you see the difference between these two sentences? John told me you were sick last week. John said you were sick last me. … Read moreSay or tell

Your and you’re

Your and you’re This is one of the most common errors you will see on the internet, even when written by native English speakers. To begin, test yourself by deciding whether these sentences are correct or incorrect. 1. You’re looking very well – have you been on holiday? This is correct | This is not … Read moreYour and you’re

Understanding reference words

Understanding reference words What’s wrong with this sentence? Some people believe that a university education should be available to everyone as a university education will help with employment. The problem here is that ‘university education’ has been repeated – the sentence would have been better presented using a reference word like this: Some people believe … Read moreUnderstanding reference words