English exercises

Speak Fluent English Thanks to Conversational Connectors: The Complete List

Connectors can enrich your conversational English. So what connectors are there and how do we use them?

The Present Perfect Continuous

You have already learnt how to use Present Perfect Simple form. So what is the present perfect continuous and how does it differ to the simple form? Read on to find out more.

Superlative Adjectives

When you compare one thing to many others in order to express an extreme, we use superlatives. Do you want to learn more? Read on!

What are Quantifiers?

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


A pronoun is a word that substitutes a noun. We use pronouns when the listener/reader knows who or what we’re referring to. Learn more here!

Different meanings of Used to

Do you know that ‘used to’ can have two very different meanings? Read on to find out what these are and how to use them.

English Verb Tenses

Read our tips on everything you need to know on English Verb Tenses and start learning now!

Direct and indirect speech exercises

In order to describe what people said there are two different types of speech – direct speech and indirect (or reported) speech. Read on to find out more about these forms and improve your storytelling skills.

Comparative adjectives

The most common way of comparing is to use comparative adjectives that express a superior difference. Learn more about comparatives here!

Adverbs of place

What are the adverbs of place and how do you use them in a sentence? Read on to find out with this useful article about learning English.

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!