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Grammar

General Quiz - Time to review!

Average: 3.2 (17 votes)

Here's a quiz to test your general knowledge of English. If you get any of these questions wrong, let us know which ones and we'll explain the answers. Don't be shy, leave your comments below:

Link: 10 vocabulary questions

Word Forms - Can you get them all correct?

Average: 3.4 (8 votes)

To learn English well it's important to review often. Take a look at the sentences and choose the correct form for each. It's all basic stuff...right?

Go! Go! Go!

Link: Choose the correct word form

Which sentences have mistakes? Part 5

Average: 3.5 (31 votes)

Do you think that the 5 sentences have any mistakes?

Click on why below to find out what the mistakes are.

Take this apostrophe quiz!

Average: 3 (216 votes)

If there is one thing that English speakers can all agree on, it's our dislike of apostrophes. We often find them confusing even though the rules that govern them are fixed. The English city of Birmingham has banned the use of apostrophes from all of its street signs because people found them "too confusing"!

Let's see how well you can use apostrophes with this completely fantastic quiz!

Quiz on Prepositions

Average: 3.9 (31 votes)

'Did you have a good time at the party?'

It's been a while since we practised prepositions, so let's do some. Take a look at the ten sentences and choose the correct preposition. What could be simpler?? 

 

Prepositions + 'ing'

Prepositions of Time

What are absolute adjectives?

Average: 3.7 (43 votes)

Take a look at these very short sentences:

"He's tall."

"He's dead."

They both contain adjectives: tall and dead.

Tall can be used in comparative sentences:

Can you name the tenses?

Average: 5 (1512 votes)

Take a look at this review of twelve tenses using example sentences. Getting the tenses write when you are speaking is going to make it a whole lot easier to make yourself understood.

Simple Tenses

Present Simple

"I play tennis."

Past Simple

"I played tennis."

Use the correct word in the sentence

Average: 3.3 (68 votes)

Are you a master of vocabulary? Do you think that grammar is 'childs play' (very easy)? Well then, let's put it to the test. Below you'll see 10 sentences; choose the missing word which best suits the sentence.

Link: Choose the correct word form

What is the Future Continuous?

Average: 3.9 (16 votes)

We can make the future continuous in two ways:

1- Will be doing - "I will be waiting outside the station for you to arrive".

2 - Be going to be doing - "I am going to be waiting outside the station for you to arrive."

10 Prepositions Questions!

Average: 3.6 (123 votes)

You're always asking for more prepositions practice so here you are: 10 prepositions questions.

Simply choose the correct missing preposition in each sentence.

There are lot's of other preposition exercises on this site. Here are some links:

Prepositions Test

Prepositions plus '-ing'