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Exercises for Classwork, Homework or Self-Study (with key)
 
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ElementaryList Alphabetically
E54Verb Contractions - writing the full form of the contracted verbseexe54.pdf
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E53Subject and Object Questions - writing subject and object questionseexe53.pdf
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E52Irregular Verbs - writing the irregular verbs in the past simple and past participleeexe52.pdf
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E51Irregular Verbs - writing the irregular verbs in the past simple and past participleeexe51.pdf
15KB
E50Wh-Questions - completing the questions with what, when, who, why, whose, where or howeexe50.pdf
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E49Past Simple: affirmative - completing the sentences with the verbs in the past simpleeexe49.pdf
15KB
E48Past Simple: wh-questions - writing the sentences in the interrogativeeexe48.pdf
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E47Past Simple: yes/no-questions - writing the sentences in the interrogativeeexe47.pdf
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E46Yes/No-questions - writing the sentences in the interrogativeeexe46.pdf
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E45Infinitive v. -ing form - putting the verbs into the infinitive (with to) or into the -ing formeexe45.pdf
102KB
E44Present Simple v. Present Continuous - putting the verbs into the present simple or the present continuouseexe44.pdf
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E43Wh-Question Words - completing the questions with what, when, who, why, which, whose, where, how, how much, how many or how ofteneexe43.pdf
36KB
E42Regular v. Irregular Verbs - deciding which verbs are regular and which ones are irregular and writing their corresponding past simple formseexe42.pdf
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E41Regular v. Irregular Verbs - deciding which verbs are regular and which ones are irregular and writing their corresponding past simple formseexe41.pdf
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E40Regular v. Irregular Verbs - deciding which verbs are regular and which ones are irregular and writing their corresponding past simple formseexe40.pdf
48KB
E39Prepositions - completing the sentences with prepositionseexe39.pdf
37KB
E38Past Simple - completing the sentences by putting the irregular verbs into the past simpleeexe38.pdf
26KB
E37Wh-Questions - completing the wh-questionseexe37.pdf
33KB
E36Short Answers - completing the short answerseexe36.pdf
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E35Present Simple - completing the sentences by putting the verbs into the present simpleeexe35.pdf
27KB
E34Present Simple - completing the sentences with the correct form of the present simple for consolidationeexe34.pdf
30KB
E33Present Continuous v. Future going to - putting the verbs into the present continuous (now) or the future going to (intention)eexe33.pdf
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E32Future going to - completing the sentences by putting the verbs into the future going to (intention)eexe32.pdf
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E31What's the time? - reading and writing the timeeexe31.pdf
35KB
E30Prepositions - completing the sentences with prepositions of movement: up, down, along, across, over, under, into, out ofeexe30.pdf
33KB
E29Prepositions - completing the sentences with prepositions of place: in, on, under, behind, beside, next to, between, inside, outside, in front ofeexe29.pdf
35KB
E28Present Continuous - completing the sentences by putting the verbs into the present continuous to describe present actions (now)eexe28.pdf
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E27Present Continuous - completing the sentences by putting the verbs into the present continuous to describe present actions (now)eexe27.pdf
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E26Possessive Pronouns - completing the sentences with mine, yours, his, hers, ours or theirseexe26.pdf
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E25How much v. How many - completing the sentences, using how much or how many, including have got and has goteexe25.pdf
25KB
E24Have got - completing the sentences, using have(n't) got or has(n't) goteexe24.pdf
27KB
E23Can - completing the sentences, using can or can't + verb (ability)eexe23.pdf
26KB
E22Personal Pronouns - completing the sentences with object personal pronounseexe22.pdf
26KB
E21Personal Pronouns - completing the sentences with object personal pronounseexe21.pdf
25KB
E20It is v. There is - completing the sentences with it is, they are, there is or there areeexe20.pdf
30KB
E19Possessive Case 's v. of - completing the sentences, using the possessive case 's or ofeexe19.pdf
33KB
E18Possessive Case 's v. of - completing the sentences, using the possessive case 's or ofeexe18.pdf
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E17Adjectives - completing the sentences, using the opposite of the adjectives providedeexe17.pdf
32KB
E16Numbers 1-30 - reading and writing numbers 1-30eexe16.pdf
100KB
E15Possessive Case 's - writing the sentences, using the possessive case 's. Knowledge of family vocabulary is assumed.eexe15.pdf
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E14a, an, some, any - completing the sentences, using a, an, some or any with countable and uncountable nounseexe14.pdf
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E13a, an, some, any - completing the sentences, using a, an, some or any with countable and uncountable nounseexe13.pdf
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E12a, an, some, any - completing the sentences, using a, an, some or any with countable nounseexe12.pdf
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E11a, an, some, any - completing the sentences, using a, an, some or any with countable nounseexe11.pdf
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E10Personal Pronouns - completing the sentences with subject and object personal pronounseexe10.pdf
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E9It is v. There is - completing the sentences with it is, they are, there is or there areeexe9.pdf
30KB
E8Indefinite Article - completing the sentences with indefinite articles a or aneexe8.pdf
30KB
E7Personal Pronouns - completing the sentences with subject and object personal pronounseexe7.pdf
28KB
E6Wh-Questions - writing the missing wh-questionseexe6.pdf
27KB
E5Wh-Questions - writing the missing wh-questionseexe5.pdf
27KB
E4Plural to Singular - changing the sentences from plural to singulareexe4.pdf
25KB
E3Plural to Singular - changing the sentences from plural to singulareexe3.pdf
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E2Singular to Plural - changing the sentences from singular to pluraleexe2.pdf
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E1Singular to Plural - changing the sentences from singular to pluraleexe1.pdf
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IntermediateList Alphabetically
I41Irregular Verbs - writing the irregular verbs in the past simple and past participleiexe41.pdf
15KB
I40Punctuation - rewriting the sentences with punctuation marks and capital lettersiexe40.pdf
15KB
I39Opposites - writing the opposites without using prefixesiexe39.pdf
18KB
I38Word Formation - forming a verb, noun or adjective with the words providediexe38.pdf
16KB
I37Correcting Mistakes - correcting the mistakesiexe37.pdf
15KB
I36Correcting Mistakes - correcting the mistakesiexe36.pdf
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I35Prepositions - completing the sentences with prepositions for or toiexe35.pdf
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I34Prepositions - completing the sentences with prepositions for or toiexe34.pdf
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I33Key Word Transformation - completing the sentences without changing the meaning of the sentences printed before themiexe33.pdf
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I32Word Formation - forming a verb, noun or adjective with the words providediexe32.pdf
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I31Word Formation - forming a verb, noun or adjective with the words providediexe31.pdf
15KB
I30Prefixes - forming antonyms with prefixes onlyiexe30.pdf
12KB
I29Prepositions - completing the sentences with prepositionsiexe29.pdf
14KB
I28Unreal Past - putting the verbs into the past simple or the past perfect simpleiexe28.pdf
16KB
I27Past Simple v. Past Perfect Simple - putting the verbs into the past simple or the past perfect simpleiexe27.pdf
15KB
I26Prepositions - completing the phrases with prepositionsiexe26.pdf
12KB
I25Prepositions - completing the sentences with prepositionsiexe25.pdf
14KB
I24Word Formation - forming a verb, noun or adjective with the words providediexe24.pdf
90KB
I23Prepositions - completing the sentences with prepositionsiexe23.pdf
90KB
I22As v. Like - completing the sentences using as or like as appropriateiexe22.pdf
99KB
I21Key Word Transformation - completing the sentences without changing the meaning of the sentences printed before themiexe21.pdf
104KB
I20Neither, Either, So - completing the sentences with neither..., so..., or ...eitheriexe20.pdf
35KB
I19Present Perfect Simple v. Present Perfect Continuous - putting the verbs into the present perfect simple or the present perfect continuousiexe19.pdf
30KB
I18Active to Passive - changing the sentences from active to passive (the verbs being all in mixed tenses)iexe18.pdf
25KB
I17Active to Passive - changing the sentences from active to passive (the verbs being all in the present perfect simple)iexe17.pdf
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I16Active to Passive - changing the sentences from active to passive (the verbs being all in the present continuous)iexe16.pdf
25KB
I15Active to Passive - changing the sentences from active to passive (the verbs being all in the past simple)iexe15.pdf
25KB
I14Active to Passive - changing the sentences from active to passive (the verbs being all in the present simple)iexe14.pdf
25KB
I13So v. Such - completing the sentences with so, such, such a, or such aniexe13.pdf
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I12Infinitive v. -ing Form - putting the verbs into the infinitive (with or without to) or into the -ing formiexe12.pdf
37KB
I11Adjectives of Comparison - completing the sentences with comparatives or superlativesiexe11.pdf
30KB
I10Infinitive v. -ing Form - putting the verbs into the infinitive (with or without to) or into the -ing formiexe10.pdf
37KB
I9Infinitive v. -ing Form - putting the verbs into the infinitive (with or without to) or into the -ing formiexe9.pdf
36KB
I8Past Simple v. Past Continuous - putting the verbs into the past simple or the past continuousiexe8.pdf
26KB
I7Prepositions - completing the sentences with an appropriate dependent prepositioniexe7.pdf
30KB
I6Reported Speech - reporting statements beginning with He told me (that) ...iexe6.pdf
27KB
I5For and Since - completing the expressions with for or since, where necessaryiexe5.pdf
30KB
I4Past Simple v. Present Perfect Simple - putting the verbs into the past simple or the present perfect simpleiexe4.pdf
25KB
I3Past Simple v. Present Perfect Simple - putting the verbs into the past simple or the present perfect simpleiexe3.pdf
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I2Prepositions - completing the sentences with an appropriate prepositioniexe2.pdf
30KB
I1Past Simple v. Past Perfect Simple - putting the verbs into the past simple or the past perfect simpleiexe1.pdf
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AdvancedList Alphabetically
A18Idioms and Proverbs - completing the missing wordsaexe18.pdf
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A17Idioms and Proverbs - completing the missing wordsaexe17.pdf
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A16Idioms and Proverbs - completing the missing wordsaexe16.pdf
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A15Plural - writing the words in the pluralaexe15.pdf
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A14Plural - writing the words in the pluralaexe14.pdf
15KB
A13Collective Nouns - completing the expressions with collective nounsaexe13.pdf
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A12Collective Nouns - completing the expressions with collective nounsaexe12.pdf
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A11Homophones - writing the homophonesaexe11.pdf
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A10Homophones - writing the homophonesaexe10.pdf
15KB
A9Homophones - writing the homophonesaexe9.pdf
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A8British v. American Spelling - writing the words in British Englishaexe8.pdf
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A7Irregular Verbs - writing the irregular verbs in the past simple and past participleaexe7.pdf
14KB
A6Sentence Transformation - completing each of the sentences in such a way that it means exactly the same as the sentence printed before itaexe6.pdf
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A5Inversion for Emphasis - rewriting the sentences beginning with the word givenaexe5.pdf
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A4Inversion for Emphasis - rewriting the sentences beginning with the word givenaexe4.pdf
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A3Inversion in Conditionals - using subject-verb inversion, rewrite the sentences without changing the meaning of the sentences printed before themaexe3.pdf
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A2Inversion in Conditionals - using subject-verb inversion, rewrite the sentences without changing the meaning of the sentences printed before themaexe2.pdf
34KB
A1Inversion in Conditionals - using subject-verb inversion, rewrite the sentences without changing the meaning of the sentences printed before themaexe1.pdf
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MiscellaneousList Alphabetically
M1List of Irregular Verbs - print this out, cut it out and fold it in three to make a bookmarkmexe1.pdf
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