intermediate levelPractice English Grammar Exercises for B1 B2
I’m holding my breath.
He was driving on a dark night.
They used to pay soldiers in salt.
Many famous people have studied at Harvard.
She’s been living here for 30 years.
Scientists had been studying a hurricane.
What will the future be like?
We’ll be flying from Hong Kong to Bangkok.
Will they all have gone?
Six astronauts can stay there.
He should have given the dog a biscuit.
It must be 3.
It must already have been there.
Could you take your hat off, please?
Questions, multi-word verbs and verb structures
What is language?
Babies don’t have teeth, do they?
What are you looking for?
Throw away the remote control.
He decided to run without shoes.
Greg made the children work 60 hours a week.
It looks a bit yellow but it tastes great.
Determiners and prepositions
A famous code
Anything can happen in the mountains
There are plenty of activities
Do it yourself!
We waited in front of a petrol station.
Throw her to the dogs!
He was terrible at spelling.
Adjectives, adverbs, the passive and conditionals
A three-year-old speaks much more fluently.
The most dangerous fish is …
He climbs the monument regularly.
The new metal was called bronze.
They deserve to be mentioned.
If you think you can, you can.
I wish I had heard those songs.
We can change the world if people listen to us.
Word formation and sentences
They said their son was flying.
If you are wondering why glaciers are interesting …
The companies who connect people to the Internet
‘I thought it was dumb, which shows he’s smarter than I am!’
Scrabble – the international game
You need imagination, self-confidence …
Do you find it difficult to sleep?
Once you have read one …
Why? Because the roads were bad.