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Exercice preterit anglais N°3

Exercice preterit anglais N°3

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Exercice 1

Mettez les verbes entre parenthèses au prétérit:

  1. Simon (come)   to Japan in 2014.
  2. Tina (sing)   a lot at the karaoke.
  3. The kid (fall)   off his skateboard.
  4. I (find)   your shoes under the table.
  5. It (be)   very cold this morning.

Exercice 2

Complétez les phrases à la forme négative:

  1. I sold my house two years ago. → I  my house two years ago.
  2. Tom ran after the taxi. → Tom  after the taxi.
  3. Hiromi wore her new dress at the party. → Hiromi  her new dress at the party.
  4. We went to Paris in February. → We  to Paris in February.
  5. I sent an email to Paul. → I  an email to Paul.

Exercice 3

Faites des questions en vous aidant des mots entre parenthèses:

  1. (you/see)   that new movie last night?
  2. Why (they/say)   that to her?
  3. When (Simon/arrive)   in Las Vegas?
  4. (they/tell)   about Sarah’s wedding?
  5. How (you/do)   that?




Correction exercice 1

  1. Simon came to Japan in 2014.
  2. Tina sang a lot at the karaoke.
  3. The kid fell off his skateboard.
  4. I found your shoes under the table.
  5. It was very cold this morning.

Correction exercice 2

  1. I didn’t (did not) sell my house two years ago.
  2. Tom did not run after the taxi.
  3. Hiromi did not wear her new dress at the party.
  4. We did not go to Paris in February.
  5. I did not send an email to Paul.

Correction exercice 3

  1. Did you see that new movie last night?
  2. Why did they say that to her?
  3. When did Simon arrive in Las Vegas?
  4. Did they tell about Sarah’s wedding?
  5. How you do that?

Exercice anglais preterit 2

Exercice anglais preterit N°2

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Exercice 1

Mettez les verbes entre parenthèses au prétérit à la forme appropriée:

  1. He  some pie for his grandma. (make)
  2. They  (understand) why he did that.
  3. I   (hear) this song this morning on the radio.
  4. We  (speak) to them last week.
  5. She  (spend) a lot of money to get this car.
  6. We   (watch) TV for too long.
  7. My friend   (forget) his girlfriend’s birthday.
  8.  she  (lose) some weight?
  9. She  (give) him a nice present.
  10. When my dad  (tell) this sad story, I  (cry) a lot.
  11. Paul (choose)   to study abroad.
  12. John always (keep)   money in his pockets.
  13. We (drink)   a lot of beer yesterday.
  14. I (sleep)   on the couch last night.
  15. She (lend)   her 200$.

Exercice 2

Mettez les phrases à la forme négative du prétérit:

  1. I flew to Paris last week. → I  to Paris last week.
  2. You caught a cold. → You  a cold.
  3. Tina drew a comic book. → Tina  a comic book.
  4. We drove to the seaside. → We  to the seaside.
  5. He left a note for you. → He  a note for you.

Exercice 3

Faites des questions en vous aidant des mots entre parenthèses:

  1. (you/smoke)   a cigarette last night?
  2. (she/learn)   how to speak german?
  3. (Sam/speak)   with you already?
  4. (they/tell)   you about the accident?
  5. When (he/watch)   that movie?




Correction exercice 1

  1. made
  2. understood
  3. heard
  4. spoke
  5. spent
  6. watched
  7. forgot
  8. did / lose
  9. gave
  10. told/ cried
  11. chose
  12. kept
  13. drank
  14. slept
  15. lent

Correction exercice 2

  1. I did not fly to Paris last week.
  2. You did not catch a cold.
  3. Tina did not draw a comic book.
  4. We did not drive to the seaside
  5. He did not leave a note for you.

Correction exercice 3

  1. Did you smoke a cigarette last night?
  2. Did she learn how to speak german?
  3. Did Sam speak with you already?
  4. Did they tell you about the accident?
  5. When did he watch that movie?

Should Could Would exercice anglais

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Should, Could, Would exercice anglais

  1. You  go and meet your friend at the station !
  2. She  improve her Japanese in order to work in Tokyo.
  3. If I were you, I  stay at home.
  4.  I wait for him or not?
  5. You  go to the party, you will have fun.
  6.  have given it back if I had seen her.
  7. You  have listened to what I said!
  8. Which countries  you go to if you travel around the world?
  9. She  do more exercise.
  10. I think they  get married.
  11.  you give me a hand please?
  12.  speak to her if I were you.
  13.  speak to her last night, I didn’t have time.
  14. I think you  learn Chinese if you want to work in import-export.
  15. Tina  be very happy to help you. You  ask her.
  16. She  like to have kids one day.
  17. You  always let me know when you go out.
  18. You  worry about it. It’s not important.
  19. Where is my key? I  find it yesterday!
  20. If you don’t like your job, you  look for another one.
  21. People  worry more about environment.
  22. If I had enough money, I  travel to Japan.
  23.   you like something to drink?
  24. Every driver  be wearing a seatbelt.
  25.  you tell me how much it costs?
  26. You  have studied harder for the test.
  27. If I were you, I  visit this museum.
  28. You really  not drink so much.
  29. You  try to lose weight.
  30. You  spend your holidays in Australia, it’s a beautiful country.




Correction exercice

  1. should
  2. should
  3. would
  4. should
  5. should
  6. would
  7. should
  8. would
  9. should
  10. should
  11. Could
  12. would
  13. couldn’t
  14. should
  15. would / should
  16. would
  17. should
  18. shouldn’t
  19. couldn’t
  20. should
  21. should
  22. could
  23. would
  24. should
  25. could
  26. should
  27. would
  28. should
  29. should
  30. could

Exercice grammaire anglais: much/many

Exercice grammaire anglais: much/many

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Exercice 1

Choisissez la bonne réponse: much ou many ?

  1.  music
  2.  time
  3.  eggs
  4.  pencils
  5.  cheese
  6.  pizzas
  7.  milk
  8.  people
  9.  children
  10.  toys
  11.  rice
  12.  chicken
  13.  animals
  14.  cars
  15.  rain
  16.  countries
  17.  babies
  18.  books
  19.  water
  20.  furniture

Exercice 2

Choisissez la bonne réponse: how much ou how many ?

  1.  oranges have you got?
  2.  milk have we got?
  3.  seats do you need for the barbecue?
  4.  coffee do you drink a day.
  5.  sugar did you put in your tea?
  6.  bottles of beer do we have?
  7.  seasons are there in a year?
  8.  girls are there in your class?
  9.  cars are there in the street?
  10.  people can fit in the bus?
  11.  stars are there in the sky?
  12.  people live in that city?
  13.  monkeys are there?
  14.  water is in this lake?
  15.  money is on your bank account?
  16.  countries are there in the world?
  17.  rice do you eat every day?
  18.  bones are there in the human body?
  19.  sand is in the deserts?
  20.  information is on the internet?
  21.  players are in a soccer team?
  22.  money do you get per month?
  23.  time is left?
  24.  brothers does John have?
  25.  phones have you bought already?

Exercice 3

Too, too much ou too many ? Complétez les phrases suivantes:

1. I have  video games.

2. You’ve put  pepper in the soup.

3. She always wears  make-up.

4. He is  old to play video games.

5. There were  problems to solve.

6. The coffee is  hot for us to drink.

7. I put down the bag because it was  heavy.

8. She asked far  questions.

9. It was  hot outside to go out.

10. I arrived  late.

Exercice 4

Choisissez la bonne réponse: much, many, a lot, a lot of, lots:

  1. We have  oranges.
  2. We don’t have  apples, and we don’t have  fruit juice.
  3. Do you have any bread? Sure, there’s  in the kitchen. »
  4. How  is this? It’s twenty dollars.
  5. How  do you want? Seven, please.
  6. He’s very busy; he has  work.
  7. Tina has  rice, but Sam doesn’t have  .
  8. Paris has  beautiful buildings.
  9. They eat  cookies.
  10. I watched  movies last week.
  11. I have got  money.
  12. I visited  Asian cities.
  13. Do you like basketball? Yes  .
  14. Were there  people at the concert? Yes, there were  .
  15. Sarah is popular. She’s got  friends. Kelly does not have  .




Correction exercice 1

  1. much
  2. much
  3. many
  4. many
  5. much
  6. many
  7. much
  8. many
  9. many
  10. many
  11. much
  12. much
  13. many
  14. many
  15. much
  16. many
  17. many
  18. many
  19. much
  20. much

Correction exercice 2

  1. How many
  2. How much
  3. How many
  4. How much
  5. How much
  6. How many
  7. How many
  8. How many
  9. How many
  10. How many
  11. How many
  12. How many
  13. How many
  14. How much
  15. How much
  16. How many
  17. How much
  18. How many
  19. How much
  20. How much
  21. How many
  22. How much
  23. How much
  24. How many
  25. How many

Correction exercice 3

  1. too many
  2. too much
  3. too much
  4. too
  5. too many
  6. too
  7. too
  8. too many
  9. too
  10. too

Correction exercice 4

  1. a lot of
  2. many / much
  3.  a lot
  4. much
  5. many
  6. a lot of
  7. a lot of / much
  8.  a lot of
  9. a lot of
  10. many
  11. lots of
  12. many
  13. a lot
  14. many / a lot
  15. a lot of / many

Exercice grammaire anglais: there is there are

Exercice grammaire anglais: there is there are

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Exercice 1

Complétez les phrases avec there is ou there are.
  1.  children in the school.
  2.  an orange in this basket.
  3.  a dog in the house.
  4.  seven bananas in the fridge.
  5.  a cat under the table.
  6.  no picture on the wall.
  7.  many cars in the street.
  8.  books on the table.
  9.  five birds.
  10.  a beautiful girl in our class.
  11.  no cookies left on the table.
  12.  a lot of noise
  13.  no computer on your desk.
  14.  a pencil on the floor.
  15.  no eggs left.

Exercice 2

Complétez les phrases avec is there ou are there.

  1.  a lot of noise at night?
  2.  many boys in your school?
  3.  a post office near the bank?
  4.  any oranges left in the basket?
  5.  elephants in the zoo?

Exercice 3

Complétez les phrases avec there isn’t ou there aren’t.

  1.  many people in the streets.
  2.  any butter in the fridge.
  3.  any plates on the table.
  4.  any beer in the bottle.
  5.  any tea in the cup.

Exercice 4

Faites des phrases ou des questions avec is there/there is ou are there/there are:

  1.  no butter in the fridge.
  2.  many rooms in her house?
  3.  a lot of snow in the mountains.
  4.  any mistakes in this text?
  5.  one question left.
  6.  no insects in my garden.
  7.  nobody in.
  8.  nothing to do?
  9.  a lot of food in the kitchen.
  10.  many birds in this forest?
  11.  no petrol in this car.
  12.  one letter missing.
  13.  pants in my bag.
  14.  cheese in this pizza?
  15.  anything else I can do for you?




Correction exercice 1

  1. There are children in the school.
  2. There is an orange in this basket.
  3. There is a dog in the house.
  4. There are seven bananas in the fridge.
  5. There is a cat under the table.
  6. There are no picture on the wall.
  7. There are many cars in the street.
  8. There are books on the table.
  9. There are five birds.
  10. There is beautiful girl in our class.
  11. There are no cookies left on the table.
  12. There is a lot of noise
  13. There is no computer on your desk.
  14. There is a pencil on the floor.
  15. There are no eggs left.

Correction exercice 2

  1. Is there
  2. Are there
  3. Is there
  4. Are there
  5. Are there

Correction exercice 3

  1. There aren’t
  2. There isn’t
  3. There aren’t
  4. There isn’t
  5. There isn’t

Correction exercice 4

  1. There is no butter in the fridge.
  2. Are there many rooms in her house
  3. There is a lot of snow in the mountains.
  4. Are there any mistakes in this text?
  5. There is one question left.
  6. There are no insects in my garden.
  7. There is nobody in.
  8. Is there nothing to do?
  9. There is a lot of food in the kitchen.
  10. Are there many birds in this forest?
  11. There is no petrol in this car.
  12. There is one letter missing.
  13. There are pants in my bag.
  14. Is there cheese in this pizza?
  15. Is there anything else I can do for you?

Exercice grammaire anglais: There, their ou they’re

Exercice grammaire anglais: There, their ou they’re

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Exercice: They, their, they’re

Complétez les phrases suivantes avec there, their ou they’re:

  1.  is someone at the door.
  2.  coming to the bar.
  3.  is a lot of people in the street.
  4.  offer has been accepted.
  5.  will be somebody waiting for you at the library.
  6. I forgot my computer at house.
  7. Do you think   is any sense trying to do that?
  8.  our biggest fans.
  9. What is  address?
  10.  seem to be some troubles here.




Correction exercice

  1. There is someone at the door.
  2. They’re coming to the bar.
  3. There is a lot of people in the street.
  4. Their offer has been accepted.
  5. There will be somebody waiting for you at the library.
  6. I forgot my computer at their house.
  7. Do you think there is any sense trying to do that?
  8. They’re our biggest fans.
  9. What is their address?
  10. There seem to be some troubles here.

Do ou make ? Exercice anglais

Do ou make ? Exercice anglais

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Exercice 1

Choisissez les bonnes réponses: 

1. It will  more harm than good.

2. I have just  a pizza.

3. Will you  me a favor?

4. Tom gave up without even  an attempt.

5. I like the way Tina  my hair.

6. Don’t  a noise.

7. I would like to  a phone call.

8. People have  war for many years.

9. She is  good progress with her english.

10. I think he is  a mistake.

Exercice 2

Remplissez les cases avec make ou do à la forme qui convient:

  1. Sam  a small fortune by selling is car.
  2. Those machines  so much noise!
  3. You’ll have to  an appointment to see the doctor.
  4. He  some research when he  the discovery.
  5. Would you  an effort to  this exercise?
  6. Someone  an offer for the car.
  7. He tried to  a pie but it was a complete failure.
  8. I don’t think this  any sense.
  9. Nico  a very good job fixing my computer.
  10. You  wonders with my old bike!




Correction exercice 1

  1. It will do more harm than good.
  2. I have just made a pizza.
  3. Will you do me a favor?
  4. Tom gave up without even making an attempt.
  5. I like the way Tina does my hair.
  6. Don’t make a noise.
  7. I would like to make a phone call.
  8. People have made war for many years.
  9. She is making good progress with her english.
  10. I think he is making a mistake.

Correction exercice 2

  1. has made
  2. are making
  3. make
  4. was doing, made
  5. make, do
  6. has made
  7. make
  8. makes
  9. did
  10. have done

For ou since – exercice

For ou since

Since est le point de départ (one o’clock, last Tuesday, 2010)
For est pour la durée (ten minutes, three days, five years)

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Exercice:

Choisissez entre For et Since:

  1. He has been working  he was seventeen.
  2. I have known him  ages.
  3. I’ve been on holiday  June.
  4. I have worked for this company  ten years.
  5. He has been learning piano  five years.
  6. We haven’t heard anything from her  Thursday.
  7.  how long have you been waiting?
  8. I have been waiting here  fifteen minutes.
  9. I have been waiting  ages.
  10.  when have you been learning chinese?
  11. I’ve been living here  the last four years.
  12. Tom has been studying Spanish  a long time
  13. Yesterday I studied  four hours
  14. I haven’t seen you  last week
  15. I have been living in London  last November.
  16. She has been a lawyer  2005
  17. Sam has been married  six years
  18.  he came here I’ve been very nervous
  19. I’ve lived here  2010
  20. I’ve lived here  four years.
  21. They have been living in Paris  2005.
  22. He has been in jail  five years.
  23. He has known about that  a long time.
  24. My brother has been very ill  last month.
  25. I haven’t eaten anything  two days.
  26. I have been playing video games  hours.
  27. Yuji has been teaching in Osaka  three years.
  28. I haven’t emailed him  a week.
  29. He has been the mayor of our city  2006.
  30. Sam has been learning Japanese  two years.




Correction exercice

  1. since
  2. for
  3. since
  4. for
  5. for
  6. since
  7. For
  8. for
  9. for
  10. Since
  11. for
  12. for
  13. for
  14. since
  15. since
  16. since
  17. since
  18. for
  19. for
  20. since
  21. since
  22. for
  23. for
  24. since
  25. for
  26. for
  27. for
  28. for
  29. since
  30. for

Exercice comparatif anglais

Exercice comparatif anglais

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Exercice 1

Choisissez la bonne réponse:

1. Le comparatif de well est 

a) weller
b) better
c) worst
d) best

2. Le comparatif de good est 

a) best
b) gooder
c) more good
d) better

3. Le superlatif de fast est 

a) fastest
b) most fast
c) fast
d) faster

4. Le superlatif de amazing est 

a) amazingest
b) most amazing
c) more amazing
d) amazinggest

5. Le superlatif de badly est 

a) most badly
b) worse
c) badliest
d) worst

6. Le superlatif de much est 

a) most
b) muchest
c) many
d) most much

7. Le comparatif de grateful est 

a) gratefuller
b) gratefuler
c) more grateful
d) most grateful

8. Le comparatif de early est 

a) more early
b) earlyer
c) earlier
d) earlyest

9. Le comparatif de ugly est 

a) uglyer
b) ugliest
c) more ugly
d) uglier

10. Le comparatif de happily est 

a) happilier
b) more happily
c) happilyer
d) happier

Exercice 2

Mettre l’adjectif entre parenthèse a la forme qui convient:

  1. How is your mother now? Is she any ? (Good)
  2. August is  than July in France. (Hot)
  3. She is  than her friend. (Pretty)
  4. Sam is the  boy in the class. (Smart)
  5. Your cat is big, but mine is  (Big)
  6. What is the  country in the world? (Large)
  7. Tom is the  friend I have. (Good)
  8. Her painting is , but yours is  (Bad)
  9. There is no animal  than the lion. (dangerous)
  10. Kenny is the  of the two. (Tall)
  11. A car is  than any other vehicules. (Useful)
  12. Who is the  guitarist? (Great)
  13. A knife is the  of all tools. (Useful)
  14. Helium is  than air. (Light)




Correction exercice 1

  1. b) better
  2. d) better
  3. a) fastest
  4. b) most amazing
  5. d) worst
  6. a) most
  7. c) more grateful
  8. c) earlier
  9. d) uglier
  10. b) more happily

Correction exercice 2

  1. Better
  2. Hotter
  3. Prettier
  4. Smartest
  5. Bigger
  6. Largest
  7. Best
  8. Bad, worse
  9. dangerous
  10. Taller
  11. More useful
  12. Greatest
  13. Most useful
  14. Lighter

Exercice sur le superlatif en anglais

Exercice sur le superlatif et le comparatif en anglais

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Exercice 1

Complétez les phrases suivantes avec la forme appropriée de superlatif ou comparatif: 

1. It is more interesting  I thought.
a) than
b) then
c) like

2. Australia is  than France.
a) bigger
b) biggest
c) the bigger
c) the biggest

3. He is  in the team.
a) the best
b) best
c) the better

4. He is not as popular  his friend.
a) as
b) like
c) than

5. It was  expensive camera I have ever brought.
a) the most
b) most
c) more
d) the more

6. You will find  information on our website.
a) further
b) farther

7. That museum has got  collection of paintings.
a) finer
b) finest
c) the finest
d) the finer

8. The test was  I expected.
a) more difficult than
b) more difficult then
c) most difficult than

9. Linda is the  girl at school.
a) cleverer
b) cleverest
c) most clever

10. Sam finished the race  than his friends.
a) more quickly
b) most quickly
c) quicklier

Exercice 2

Complétez les phrases suivantes avec la forme appropriée de superlatif ou comparatif des adjectifs entre parenthèses

  1. My sister has a (tidy) room than me.
  2. Australia is (big) than England.
  3. I feel (good) now than yesterday.
  4. She’s got (little)  money than you.
  5. He thinks Japanese is (difficult) language in the world
  6. Paris played (bad) than Lyon yesterday.
  7. Cats are not (intelligent) as dogs.
  8. Show me (good) restaurant in your city.
  9. (hot)  place in the world is in Africa.
  10. Who is (amazing) person that you know?




Correction Exercice 1

  1. than
  2. bigger
  3. the best
  4. as
  5. the most
  6. further
  7. the finest
  8. more difficult than
  9. cleverest
  10. more quickly

Correction exercice 2

  1. My sister has a (tidy) tidier room than me.
  2. Australia is (big) bigger than England.
  3. I feel (good) better now than yesterday.
  4. She’s got (little) less money than you.
  5. He thinks Japanese is (difficult) the most difficult language in the world.
  6. Paris played (bad) worse than Lyon yesterday.
  7. Cats are not (intelligent) as intelligent as dogs.
  8. Show me (good) the best restaurant in your city.
  9. (hot) The hottest place in the world is in Africa.
  10. Who is (amazing) the most amazing person that you know?