Grammar Exercises - Pre-Intermediate Level
Different Uses Of 'Can'
"Can" can be used to talk about many things in English. In this exercise, decide if "can" is being used to talk about permission, ability or to make a request.
Exercise Number: 2G54
Modal Verbs: Right or Wrong?
Some of these modal verb sentences are correct, but some aren't. Your job is to choose the correct ones.
Exercise Number: 2G5
Must/Have To Difference
There is a small difference between these two ways of expressing obligation. This exercise will help you to see the difference.
Exercise Number: 2G8
Mustn't/Don't Have To Difference
One of these expresses a lack of obligation while the other expresses an obligation NOT to do something. Can often cause confusion. This exercise should help you see the difference.
Exercise Number: 2G9
Should / Shouldn't Exercise
Put the correct form of "should" into the spaces in these sentences.
Exercise Number: 2G18
Should / Shouldn't Exercise 2
Another should/shouldn't exercise.
Exercise Number: 2G47
Factory Signs - Must and Mustn't
Use of must/mustn't on factory signs.
Exercise Number: 2G60
Modal Verbs - Extra or Missing Words
Which of these sentences has an extra or missing word?
Exercise Number: 2G61
Modal Verbs Multiple Choice Exercise
Choose the correct modal verb to finish each of these sentences.
Exercise Number: 2G59
I Was Going To...
Match the two halves of these sentences which use I Was Going To to talk about past intentions.
Exercise Number: 2G20
Present Simple & Continuous For Future
For each sentence, choose between the present simple and the present continuous. Both can be used to refer to the future.
Exercise Number: 2G21
Will / Going To Exercise
These two future forms can often be confusing. Choose the best one for each sentence.
Exercise Number: 2G33
'Going To' Word Order
Put the words in these 'going to' sentences into the correct order.
Exercise Number: 2G55
'Going To': Evidence Or Not?
We use "going to" to talk about future predictions based on present evidence. Read these sentences and say whether "going to" is being used in this way or not.
Exercise Number: 2G64