English exercises



EN: What are Quantifiers?

What are Quantifiers and how to apply them correctly? Find out more here.

Using The Present Perfect Tense in English

The present perfect is a tense that links the past to the present and we never use a finished time with it. Read on to find out more.

Using The Past Perfect Tense in English

The Past Perfect tense enables you to compare different times and actions in the past.

The Difference between Since and For - English grammar with exercises

When we give a time reference there are various words we use such as at, on, in, and also for and since. Read on to find out when to use each one of them.

The Difference Between ‘Must’, ‘Have to’, ‘Shall’, ‘Need’ and ‘May’

In English there are various ways to describe rules and obligations. Here is a description of how to express obligation and how and when to use modal verbs.

The Modal Verbs May and Might

A modal verb is a verb that is used in combination with a normal verb. In English they are useful when making predictions and asking permission. Read on to find out more!

The Passive Form

The passive form is a very useful structure in English. Read more to find out what it means and how to use it in your everyday English.

EN: The Present Perfect Tense and the Passive Voice

The present perfect is a tense that usually describes something about the past that has a connection with the present. Read on to find out more.

EN: The First Conditional

The first conditional is one of four types of hypothetical sentence in English. In which situations can we use it and why? Find out here.

EN: Adverbs of manner


We can use adverbs in many ways, from describing how often we do something to where we do it. What about adverbs of manner? What are they for and how do we use them? Read on to find out more!