English teaching exercises: tests 


Welcome to English Exercises .org. Here you will find thousands of Online Exercises made by English Language teachers from all over the world.
 


 

Vocabulary

Actions
Age
Alphabet
American/British English
Animals
Autumn
Birthdays
Body
Christmas
City
Classroom
Clothes
Colours
Countries
Daily routines
Days of the week
Describing people
Easter
Environment
Face
Family
Feelings
Food
Friends
Furniture
Giving Directions
Greetings
Halloween
Health
Hobbies
Holidays
Home
Homonyms
Hours
Idioms
Jobs
London
Money
Months
Music
Numbers
Opposites
People
Places
Restaurant
Rooms in the house
School
Seasons
Shapes
Shopping
Sports
Spring
St.Patrick's day
Summer
Thanksgiving
Time
Toys
Travel
Transports
United Kingdom
Valentine's Day
Vocabulary in general
Weather
Winter

World

 

Grammar

Adjectives
Adverbs
Articles
Auxiliary verbs
Comparison
Conditionals
Conjunctions
Contractions
Countable/non-c.
Demonstratives
Determiners
For/since
Frequency
Future time
Gerunds and Infinitives
Imperative
Interrogatives
Irregular verbs
Modals
Much/many
Must/have to
Nouns
Participles
Parts of Speech
Passive voice
Past continuous
Past simple
Phonetics
Phrasal verbs
Plurals
Possessives
Prepositions
Pronouns
Present 
    continuous

Present 
    perfect

Present simple
Punctuation
Quantity
Questions
Relative clauses
Reported Speech
Some/any
Subject and verb
Subjunctives
Subordination
Tag questions
To be
Time Adverbs
Used to
Verb tenses
Word order

 

Others

Business English
Listenings
Movies

Readings
Songs
Tests

Webquests
Writing
Other Exercises
 


 

 




 
 

tests exercises > Simple past, Polite Requests, Personal Pronouns
 

Simple past, Polite Requests, Personal Pronouns

 


by Adryenn

Date: 29 - Oct - 2009
Level: elementary
Age: +12

Description:
Students fill in gaps with the past form of verbs, write in the missing words of a dialogue, they write requests (Could you....,please?)and replace names with personal pronouns to avoid repeating words in sentences. Eg.: Mary is 10. Mary is my friend. --> Mary is 10. She is my friend. (The exercises are based on Project 3. unit 1.)


Comments (3) -


Link to this exercise from your website or blog:



Adryenn

Hungary
see more contributions by Adryenn

 
 

 

 

 

Comments on this exercise


zambia09
Czech Republic

Thanks          posted by zambia09 0


yuliya888
Ukraine

THANK YOU          posted by yuliya888 0


Victoria-Ladybug
Israel

Thanks for sharing!          posted by Victoria-Ladybug 0