The British Council website is a great place to do a little extra practice and it also gives you feedback on your answers.
Do you know the difference between bored and boring? With a bit of guided practice you’ll be an expert in no time.
The British Council website has a very detailed grammar section and makes it clear what you’re practising. It has simple explanations and examples.
Each grammar point comes with various tests with answers.
The button below will take you to the exercises. Click the first image to revise the difference between using the present simple and the present continuous. Easy, right?Go to website!
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We don’t learn grammar in a linear way so you may wish to explore more than one level on this website. Read the basic section above to get a general idea of how it works.
The website’s Basic grammar section looks at some important points such as tense and question forms. It also goes over some of the points about articles and countables/uncountables.
The button below will take you to all basic level grammar exercises. Click the first image to practice your ed/ing adjectives. Remember that there are plenty more sections in the main menu: business, vocabulary, games and more! Good luck!Go to website!
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Grammar never goes away and it’s always worth slowing down and revisiting the nuts and bolts of the language.
Here’s another website that looks at a range of even more grammar.
The button below will take you to the pre intermediate section. Click the first image to revise the different ‘question forms’ and see if they come naturally to you. The feedback should help you identify any weak points.Go to website!