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Exercice Used to anglais

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Exercice 1

Faire une phrase affirmative, négative ou interrogative en utilisant ‘used to + infinitif

  1.  Tom / study German.
  2. I / not / hate soccer.
  3. We / go to the mountain every winter?
  4. She / not / smoke.
  5. I / play tennis when I was at school.
  6. I / live in a flat when I was a child.
  7. She / play tennis every weekend?
  8. They both / have long hair.
  9. He / love drinking beer, but now he hates it.
  10. He / be able to speak Japanese, but he has forgotten it all.

Exercice 2

Complétez les phrases avec ‘used to’ à la forme correcte:

  1. Carl   (have) a Xbox, now he has a Playstation.
  2. She’s very busy. She   (not be) so busy before.
  3. I’ll have   (work) regular hours at my new workplace.
  4. It is difficult for Tina to drive in Australia. She   (drive) on the left-hand side of the road.
  5. When Sam was young, she   (ride) a bicycle to school.
  6. People from Thailand usually     (eat) spicy food.
  7. Computers   (be) very expensive but now they are cheap.
  8. Simon   (speak) English when he travels to Canada.
  9. When I was a kid, I   (spend) a lot of time with my sisters.
  10. Tom   (think) that he would never   (live) in Paris.

Exercice 3

Choisissez le mot correct

1. I couldn’t   used to the place.
– because
– get

2. I   to being spoken to like that!
– am not used
– don’t get used
– used

3. Before I started cycling, I   go to work by car.
– used to
– got used to
– was used to

4. She never   behave like that.
– used
– used to
– was used to

5. It’s taking me a long time to   speaking Japanese.
– used to
– get used to

6. I   play tennis on Sundays when I was at school.
– was used to
– used to

7. I like it now, but I  .
– didn’t use to
– didn’t used to

8. I find it hard   to the food in England.
– used
– get used
– to get used

9. I haven’t studied for ages but I’m finding it easy to get used to   every day.
– study
– studied
– studying

10. She used to    fat but now she’s thin.
– be
– being

11. She isn’t used to   in these conditions.
– work
– working

12. How did he get used to   in this new company?
– work
– working
– do work

13. Did she   go to the club when she was young?
– use to
– used to
– uses to

14. We need some time to get used to   in this country.
– live
– living

15. Tina used to   a doctor before he became a famous artist.
– be
– being
– do

16. I’m not used to   my car by hand.
– wash
– washing
– do washing

17. I’ll get used to    in Australia very quickly.
– live
– living

18. My brother didn’t   drink much alcohol.
– use to
– uses to
– used to

19. There used to   a lot of birds in this park.
– be
– being

20. It took him a while to get used to   on a computer keyboard.
– type
– typing





Correction exercice 1

  1. Tom used to study German.
  2. I didn’t use to hate soccer.
  3. Did we use to go to the mountain every winter?
  4. She didn’t use to smoke.
  5. I used to play tennis when I was at school.
  6. I used to live in a flat when I was a child.
  7. Did she use to play tennis every weekend?
  8. They both used to have long hair.
  9. He used to love drinking beer but now he hates it.
  10. He used to be able to speak Japanese, but he has forgotten it all.

Correction exercice 2

  1. used to have
  2. didn’t use to be
  3. to get used to working
  4. isn’t used to driving
  5. used to ride
  6. are used to eating
  7. used to be
  8. is used to speaking
  9. used to spend
  10. used to think – get used to living

Correction exercice 3

  1. get
  2. am not used
  3. used to
  4. used to
  5. get used to
  6. used to
  7. didn’t use to
  8. to get used
  9. studying
  10. be
  11. working
  12. working
  13. use to
  14. living
  15. be
  16. washing
  17. living
  18. use to
  19. be
  20. typing

Exercice anglais present perfect

Exercice anglais present perfect

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Exercice 1

Mettre les verbes entre parenthèse au present perfect

  1. She  (drink) a lot of beer.
  2. Simon  (pass) his exam.
  3. She  (see) the car. => forme négative
  4. He  (study) for the test. => forme négative
  5. They  (win).
  6. Sam  (make) a cake.
  7. I  (make) my bed.
  8. I  (break) my leg.
  9.  The car  (stop).
  10. She  (write) a poem.
  11. He  (catch) the train. => forme négative
  12. Tina  (cook) fish. => forme négative
  13. The dog  (bite) Mr Simpson.
  14. They  (travel) to Japan.
  15. He  (go) to work. => forme négative
  16. The dog  (break) the TV.
  17. He  (buy) a new TV.  => forme négative
  18. I  (wash) my hair.
  19. She  (eat) the pizza. => forme négative
  20. I  (cut) my finger.
  21. Sarah  (have) a shower.
  22. The match  (start).
  23. They  (play) soccer. => forme négative
  24. He  (hurt) his leg.
  25. He  (answer) the phone.
  26. An accident    (happen).
  27. Tom  (finish) her work.

Exercice 2

Complétez le tableau au present perfect simple

Positive Négative Question
 She has watched a movie.
 We have not finished.
 Have they traveled?
 He has not cooked.
 Has Tom run?

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Exercice 3

Ecrire les questions au present perfect simple.

Exemple: John / travel / Africa  => Has John travelled to Africa?

  1. we / arrive / yet => 
  2. Sarah / cheat on / Tom => 
  3. the waitress / bring / the dessert => 
  4. you / meet / Ted => 
  5. Max / pay / the rent => 
  6. they / ever / see / a whale => 
  7. you / finish / your homework => 

Exercice 4

Posez des questions sur la partie soulignée:

Exemple: She has drunk a lot of beer. => What has she drunk?

  1. They have watched a movie at home. =>   ?
  2. Tom has eaten two pizzas. =>   ?
  3. You have read this book a hundred times. =>   ?
  4. Simon has cooked dinner. =>   ?
  5. Sam has received an email. =>   ?




Correction exercice 1

  1. has drunk
  2. has passed
  3. hasn’t seen
  4. hasn’t studied
  5. have won
  6. has made
  7. have made
  8. have broken
  9. has stopped
  10. has written
  11. hasn’t caught
  12. hasn’t cooked
  13. has bitten
  14. have travelled
  15. hasn’t gone
  16. have broken
  17. hasn’t bought
  18. have washed
  19. hasn’t eaten
  20. have cut
  21. has had
  22. has started
  23. haven’t played
  24. has hurt
  25. has answered
  26. has happened
  27. has finished

Correction exercice 2

Positive Négative Question
 She has watched a movie.  She has not watched a movie.   Has she watched a movie? 
 We have finished.  We have not finished.  Have we finished?
 They have travelled.  They have not travelled.  Have they travelled?
 He has cooked.  He has not cooked.  Has he cooked?
 Tom has run.  Tom has not run.  Has Tom run?

Correction exercice 3

  1. Have we arrived yet?
  2. Has Sarah cheated on Tom?
  3. Has the waitress brought the dessert?
  4. Have you met Ted?
  5. Has Max paid the rent?
  6. Have they ever seen a whale?
  7. Have you finished your homework?

Correction exercice 4

  1. Where have they watched a movie?
  2. How many pizzas has Tom eaten?
  3. How often have you read this book?
  4. Who has cooked dinner?
  5. What has Sam received?
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Exercice sur le preterit anglais

Exercice sur le preterit anglais

Voici deux exercices sur le preterit anglais pour vous entraîner avec TO BE (was et were) à la forme affirmative, négative et interrogative.

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Exercice 1

Was ou were ?

Mettez le verbe entre parenthèses à la forme affirmative ou négative au preterit anglais:

  1. It (be) cold last night => It was cold last night.
  2. she (be) thirsty => 
  3. we (be) late for the movie => 
  4. I (be) tired yesterday => 
  5. The exam (be) difficult => 
  6. They (be) in Paris last week => 
  7. You (be) in the supermarket when I saw you => 
  8. The movie (be) fun => 
  9. We (not/be) on the train when I called => 
  10. You (not/be) here when she came => 
  11. She (not/be) my girlfriend => 
  12. He (be) early for the meeting => 
  13. The people we met last night (be) Japanese => 
  14. That woman (not/be) Australian => 
  15. Tom (not/be) late for the class => 
  16. The meal (not/be) very good => 
  17. They (not/be) my parents => 
  18. I (not/be) rude to the teacher => 
  19. The exam (not/be) easy => 
  20. They (not/be) tired when we arrived => 

EXERCICE 2

Formez les questions correctement:

  1. (you / be / tired last night)?  => Were you tired last night?
  2. (the movie / be / good)? => 
  3. (we / be / too fast)? => 
  4. (he / be / a writer when he was young)? => 
  5. (you / be / in the class last Tuesday)? => 
  6. (he / be / a good player)? => 
  7. (he / be / on time)? => 
  8. (Tom and Tina / be / at the party)? => 
  9. (They / be / in London)? => 
  10. (where / you / be)? => 
  11. (what / that noise / be)? => 
  12. (who / that boy / be)? => 
  13. (how / the party / be)? => 
  14. (where / the key / be)? => 
  15. (why / the window open / be)? => 
  16. (who / the singer / be)? => 
  17. (how / your holiday / be)? => 
  18. (what / the weather like / be)? => 
  19. (why / the kids awake / be)? => 
  20. (Sam / be / at the bar)? => 

EXERCICE 3

Formez les phrases correctement (interrogatives, affirmatives et négatives):

  1. (I / be / at the pub last night) => I was at the pub last night.
  2. (the dogs / be / quiet)? => 
  3. (we / be / in a supermarket when you called)? => 
  4. (I / be / late)? => 
  5. (he / be / a football player when he was young) => 
  6. (where / we / be)? => 
  7. (you / be / okay)? => 
  8. (we / be / too tired) => 
  9. (how / the movie / be)? => 
  10. (they / be / late for the meeting) => 
  11. (you / be / in the garage) => 
  12. (what / her name / be)? => 
  13. (it / not / be / hot) => 
  14. (he / be / handsome)? => 
  15. (he / not / be my husband at the time) =>  
  16. (he / be / scared) => 
  17. (why / you / be / late)? => 
  18. (you / not / be / early) => 
  19. (they not / be / happy together) => 
  20. (we / not / be / in Korea) => 




CORRECTION EXERCICE 1

  1. was
  2. was
  3. were
  4. was
  5. was
  6. were
  7. were
  8. was
  9. weren’t (ou were not)
  10. weren’t (ou were not)
  11. wasn’t (ou was not)
  12. was
  13. were
  14. wasn’t (ou was not)
  15. wasn’t (ou was not)
  16. wasn’t (ou was not)
  17. weren’t (ou were not)
  18. wasn’t (ou was not)
  19. wasn’t (ou was not)
  20. weren’t (ou were not)

CORRECTION EXERCICE 2

  1. Were you tired last night?
  2. Was the movie good?
  3. Were we too fast?
  4. Was he a writer when he was young?
  5. Were you in the class last tuesday?
  6. Was he a good player?
  7. Was he on time?
  8. Were Tom and Tina at the party?
  9. Were they in London?
  10. Where were you?
  11. What was that noise?
  12. Who was that boy?
  13. How was the party?
  14. Where was the key?
  15. Why was the window open?
  16. Who was the singer?
  17. How was your holiday?
  18. What was the weather like?
  19. Why were the kids awake?
  20. Was Sam at the bar?

CORRECTION EXERCICE 3

  1. I was at the pub last night
  2. Were the dogs quiet?
  3. Were we in a supermarket when you called
  4. Was I late?
  5. He was a football player when he was young
  6. Where were we?
  7. Were you okay?
  8. We were too tired
  9. How was the movie?
  10. They were late for the meeting
  11. You were in the garage
  12. What was her name?
  13. It wasn’t hot
  14. Was he handsome?
  15. He wasn’t my husband at the time
  16. He was scared
  17. Why were you late?
  18. You weren’t early
  19. They weren’t happy together
  20. We weren’t in Korea

Exercice temps anglais: le present simple

Exercice temps anglais: le present simple

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Mettez le verbe entre parenthèses à la forme correcte au present simple:

  1. She (live)  in London.
  2. Where (she/live) ?
  3. Tom (stay)  at home at night.
  4. Our baby always (cry)  at night.
  5. Tina always (pay)  his bills on time.
  6. Cindy always (buy)  new clothes
  7. Where (they/go) ?
  8. How often (you/travel)  abroad?
  9. John (have)  two dogs and a cat.
  10. Kevin (enjoy)  good food.
  11. He (fly)  a plane.
  12. Ms. Clark (teach)  math.
  13. Thomas (fix)  his breakfast every morning.
  14. Mickael often (watch)  TV at night.
  15. Steven always (kiss)  his children good night.
  16. Sarah (speak)  six languages.

 





  1. lives
  2. does she live
  3. stays
  4. cries
  5. pays
  6. buys
  7. do they go
  8. do you travel
  9. has
  10. enjoys
  11. flies
  12. teaches
  13. fixes
  14. watches
  15. kisses
  16. speaks