intermediate levelPractice English Grammar Exercises for A1 A2
In the world today
Are you my son?
3 Present simple 1: statements
Maybe you know her.
4 Present simple 2: negatives and questions
Do you like zoos?
She’s wearing a bright yellow dress.
6 Present continuous and present simple
I’m walking – I don’t have a car.
Review: present simple and present continuous
He was a popular hero.
9 Past simple 2: regular past forms
She lived in a tree.
10 Past simple 3: irregular past forms
The spoke Celtic languages.
Everyone was talking about the alligators
Review: past simple and past continuous
They’ve already invented it!
Have you ever tried mustard ice cream?
They have lived there for centuries.
15 Present perfect or past simple?
The company has invented the Mac and the iPod.
Sick people often used to sleep in temples.
Review: present perfect and used to
I hope you’ll enjoy yoga.
18 Present continuous with future meaning
She’s flying to Glasgow tomorrow.
I’m going to use music.
20 Modal verbs: can, could, be able to
How can dogs help us?
21 Modals for requests: can, could, may
Could we go on a safari?
I have to stay here.
You should take off your shoes.
24 Modals of possibility: may, might
We may never know …
Questions and answers
25 Yes / no questions and short answers
Are beetles important? Yes, they are!
26 Question words: Where? When? Why? How? Whose?
How did he die?
27 Object and subject questions
Who studied at Hogwarts?
What does Wolverine look like?
Which of them is the queen bee?
How cold is the Channel?
Neither do I.
Chocolate is bad for you, isn’t it?
Have you got a favourite crocodile?
Do you get angry?
Think about it!
A friend to tidy up your room.
Tell your friends the truth.
38 Verb + –ing or verb + to-infinitive; like and would like
Learn to speak any language in two weeks!
Imagine a story
Articles, nouns, pronouns, etc.
40 Countable and uncountable nouns
Where does sand come from?
He ate 47 sandwiches in ten minutes.
Do you know the answer?
Play music and watch the birds.
This is me.
There are no trains or buses.
46 Something, everywhere, nobody, anyone
47 Much, many, a lot of, a little, a few
A lot of fun!
48 Subject and object pronouns
I don’t know them and they don’t know me.
My great-grandfather’s letters.
Whose bag is this?
It’s a very unusual book.
Review: pronouns; possessives; quantifiers
Adjectives and adverbs
It’s a wonderful place.
… wonderful golden shoes …
It’s nearer than you think.
The lowest point on Earth.
57 Comparative and superlative adverbs
Which will fall faster?
Is it exciting?
This chair is too soft.
We always have dreams.
Review: adjectives and adverbs
I’ve left my keys at home.
62 Prepositions of time: at, in, on
It happened at night.
Get off the boat and swim to the island.
64 Passive: present and past simple
A lot of rubbish is produced.
65 Zero and first conditionals
If you study chemistry, you’ll never stop learning.
I’d throw a cake at him if he didn’t stop.
Review: the passive; conditionals
She said she would never have a party again.
She told me to meet her.
A ball game that is played in many countries
Review: reported speech; say / tell; relative clauses
Linking words and sentences
70 Linking words: and, but, or, so, because
What is 6,700 km long and made of stone?
71 Time and sequence adverbs: first, then, afterwards
After lunch we visit the Peguche Waterfall.
They both live in a fantasy world.
Outside the port today