Underline the right answers

eg David lives in a small town called Newton. He lives/has lived /is living/was living there for many years. Newton is small but it is growing/grows/was growing/grew quickly and one day it will be/can be /has been/was a big city with much/every/a lot of/a few big buildings. David went/go/has gone/goes to a school near his home. He like/is liking/likes/liking his school now/when/because/that he has many friends there and the teachers is/are/shall be/were helpful and friendly. David is having/have/had/has two brothers but they left/leave/are leaving/have left school and they are working. One called/calling/is called/calls Harry. He work/working/works/worker in an office. David’s more/another/different/other brother’s name is Jim. He worked/works/has worked/is working in a shop when he first left school but he not like/unlike/was not liking/did not like the work and now he repairing/repairs/repair/repaired cars. He thinks the work is very enjoying/enjoyed/enjoys/enjoyable.


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Elementary level worksheets

Fill in the gaps with the suitable form of the verbs

Use him, her, it, us or them in sentence

Use an object pronoun, a subject pronoun or a possessive adjective

Fill in the missing questions

Complete the paragraph with the correct words

Use only one word in each blank

Fill in the gaps with the correct form of the verb

Read and answer the questions

Choose the correct words from the box

Word transformation

Reading exercises

Make questions for the underlined items

Complete the story with the correct form of the verbs

Rewrite the sentences

Complete using a, an, any, some, no

Complete the dialogue, use some, any, no, a lot, a, how much and how many

Complete the sentences

Word formation

Fill in the blanks using the correct forms of the words

Complete the dialogues

Fill in the blanks using prepositions

Supply the correct tense

Complete the blanks with recently, yet, just, already, ever, never, or always

Read the advertisement and match the headings

Fill in the blanks using HE, SHE, IT, WE, THEY

Fill in the blanks using AM, IS, ARE, AM NOT, ISN'T, AREN'T

Fill in the blanks using AM, IS, ARE, AM NOT, ISN'T, AREN'T II

Rewrite the sentences by using IS, ISN’T, AM, AM NOT

Complete the postcard by using AM, IS, ARE, AM NOT , ISN'T,AREN'T

Build up sentences by using AM, IS, ARE, AM NOT , ISN’T,AREN’T

Choose the best answer (am / is / are )

Change the sentences into questions (am / is / are)

Give long answers (am / is / are)

Build up questions and give answers (am / is / are)

Read the passage and answer the questions (am / is / are)