English Lessons and Exercises



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Grammar Exercise: Has and Had

Speaking Exercise: English Pubs

Vocabulary Exercise: Describing people

Speaking exercises

Speaking Exercise: Talking about future plans

Speaking Exercise: Small talk about the news

Speaking Exercise: Saying you don't understand

Speaking Exercise: English conversation about food

Speaking Exercise: Understanding English speakers

Speaking Exercise: Small talk

Speaking Exercise: Getting to know someone

Speaking Exercise: Talking about bad news

Speaking Exercise: How to say "no" at work

Speaking Exercise: Making dates

Speaking Exercise: Meeting people

Speaking Exercise: Happy and sad

Speaking Exercise: Agreeing and disagreeing

Speaking Exercise: Helping people

Speaking Exercise: Classroom language

Speaking Exercise: Ending a conversation

Speaking Exercise: Saying yes and no

Speaking Exercise: Complaining at a hotel

Speaking Exercise: Making appointments

Speaking Exercise: What to say in special situations

Speaking Exercise: Greetings and Introductions

Vocabulary exercises

Vocabulary Exercise: Travel phrasal verbs

Vocabulary Exercise: Summer food words

Vocabulary Exercise: Verbs with body idioms

Vocabulary Exercise: People collocations

Vocabulary Exercise: Body verbs

Vocabulary Exercise: Special days

Vocabulary Exercise: Emotion collocations

Vocabulary Exercise: Compound nouns – Clothing

Vocabulary Exercise: Back to school

Vocabulary Exercise: Famous places

Vocabulary Exercise: Summer holidays

Vocabulary Exercise: Books and reading

Vocabulary Exercise: Compound nouns – in a town

Vocabulary Exercise: Synonyms

Vocabulary Exercise: Word formation

Vocabulary Exercise: Say, tell, speak, talk

Vocabulary Exercise: Adjectives

Vocabulary Exercise: Body idioms

Vocabulary Exercise: Personal grooming and hygiene

Vocabulary Exercise: Adjectives and nouns

Common verb-noun collocations in English

Vocabulary Exercise: Talking about your family

Vocabulary Exercise: Commonly confused words

Vocabulary Exercise: Word building

Grammar exercises

Grammar Exercise: Connecting words

Grammar Exercise: Indirect questions at work

Grammar Exercise: Common mistakes

Grammar Exercise: When, while, as, during

Grammar Exercise: Been or Gone?

Grammar Exercise: A/an or One?

Grammar Exercise: Past Simple and Past Continuous

Grammar Exercise: Possession

Grammar Exercise: Past modals

Grammar Exercise: Much, many, more, very

Grammar Exercise: Can, Have to

Grammar Exercise: Ing and Ed Adjectives

Grammar Exercise: Either and neither

Grammar Exercise: Short questions

Grammar Exercise: Adverbs

Grammar Exercise: So and such

Grammar Exercise: Plural nouns

Grammar Exercise: Past Perfect and Past Simple

Grammar Exercise: Future forms

Grammar Exercise: Time words

Grammar Exercise: Prepositions of location and direction

Grammar Exercise: Prepositions and adjectives

Grammar Exercise: Comparatives

Grammar Exercise: Quantifiers

Grammar Exercise: Some, Any, No, A

English grammar exercises

Other exercises

Writing Exercise: English punctuation

Using "do"

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