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exercice anglais les pronoms indéfinis

Exercice anglais: les pronoms indéfinis

Les pronoms indéfinis sont des mots comme one, none, all, some, few, everyone, everybody, anyone, anybody etc.

On les utilise pour parler des choses ou des personnes de manière générale.

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Exercice 1

Choisissez la réponse correcte:

  1. Would you like  to drink?score
  2. It was too dark and I couldn’t see  .score
  3. Does  live in that building?score
  4. I heard a voice but when I opened the door there was  there.
  5. We have a lot of money, we can go  we want to.score
  6. It’s too boring, there’s  to do.score
  7. The bar is closed.  has gone home.score
  8.  done their homework?score
  9. The website says there’s a good hotel  near here.score
  10. That house is empty,  lives there
  11. Sam has a bad memory. He can’t remember  .
  12. Be quiet! don’t say  .
  13. I didn’t eat . I wasn’t hungry.
  14. I don’t know about the party.  told me.
  15. I don’t know  about computers.
  16. The nightclub is free. It doesn’t cost  to go in.
  17. What are you doing this afternoon? , Why?
  18. It was too complicated. I didn’t understand .

Exercice 2

Choisissez entre: something, someone, somewhere, anything, anyone ou anywhere.

  1. I’ve got in my shoe.
  2. There is at the door.
  3. We haven’t heard about Nico. Is he ok?
  4. Do you live near Tom?
  5.  wants to speak to you.
  6.  seen my key?
  7. My dad asked me.
  8. Can I have to eat?
  9. Don’t worry. can tell you where he was last night.
  10. I don’t know about it.

Correction exercice 1

  1. something
  2. anything
  3. anybody
  4. no one
  5. anywhere
  6. nothing
  7. Everybody
  8. Has everyone
  9. somewhere
  10. no one
  11. anything
  12. anything
  13. anything
  14. no one
  15. anything
  16. anything
  17. nothing
  18. anything

Correction exercice 2

  1. I’ve got something in my shoe.
  2. There is someone at the door.
  3. We haven’t heard anything about Nico. Is he ok?
  4. Do you live anywhere near Tom?
  5. Someone wants to speak to you.
  6. Has anyone seen my key?
  7. My dad asked me something.
  8. Can I have something to eat?
  9. Don’t worry. Anyone can tell you where he was last night.
  10. I don’t know anything about it.
exercice anglais les démonstratifs

Exercice anglais: les démonstratifs

Rappel: les pronoms démonstratifs sont this, that, these et those. On les utilise pour désigner des choses ou des personnes.

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Exercice 1

Choisissez le pronom démonstratif qui convient: 

  1. I like  movie a lot more than one they showed last month.
  2. I really like  bar!
  3. I prefer  glasses to  ones over there.
  4.  chair is a lot more comfortable than  one.
  5. Would you rather have  blueberrys or  oranges?
  6. For the price of  computer you can buy three of  smartphones.
  7. I hope that  winter will be nicer than  weeks of snow we had last year.
  8.  boys over there challenged  boys here to a soccer match.
  9. You can’t compare  cars from the fifties and sixties to  cars of today.
  10.  meal tastes so much better than  one we had last week.

Exercice 2

Choisissez le pronom démonstratif qui convient: 

1.  girls are in my class.
a) this
b) these

2.  oranges are very sweet.
a) this
b) these

3. I like  color.
a) this
b) these

4. Where shall we hang  paintings?
a) that
b) those

5. Can you help me carry  boxes?
a) this
b) these

6. Are  bananas ripe?
a) this
b) these

7.  cats are beautiful.
a) these
b) this

8.  were the best days of my life.
a) that
b) those

9.  was an interesting story.
a) that
b) this

10. Can you help me clean  room?
a) this
b) these


Correction exercice 1

  1. I like this movie a lot more than that one they showed last month.
  2. I really like this bar!
  3. I prefer these glasses to those ones over there.
  4. This chair is a lot more comfortable than that one.
  5. Would you rather have these blueberrys or those oranges?
  6. For the price of this computer you can buy three of those smartphones.
  7. I hope that this winter will be nicer than those weeks of snow we had last year.
  8. Those boys over there challenged these boys here to a soccer match.
  9. You can’t compare those cars from the fifties and sixties to these cars of today.
  10. This meal tastes so much better than that one we had last week.

Correction exercice 2

  1. These girls are in my class.
  2. These oranges are very sweet.
  3. I like this color.
  4. Where shall we hang those paintings?
  5. Can you help me carry these boxes?
  6. Are these bananas ripe?
  7. These cats are beautiful.
  8. Those were the best days of my life.
  9. That was an interesting story.
  10. Can you help me clean this room?
exercice anglais les articles

Les articles en anglais exercice 3

Les articles en anglais: exercices (a, an, the)

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Exercice 1

Choisissez entre a ou an:

  1. Tina would like to have  dog.
  2. Could you give me  example?
  3. Sam found  wallet on the ground.
  4. You should do at least  hour of exercise every day.
  5. We have  huge TV at home.

Exercice 2

Choisissez entre a, an ou the:

  1. John always wants to have  biggest car.
  2. Tina is looking for  job.
  3.  Alps are so beautiful to visit.
  4. Kevin has two sisters.  older one is called Katy.
  5. There was  man who was shouting very loudly in the street.
  6. Yesterday, Katy found  lost wallet.
  7. Sarah’s dad sent her to  supermarket to buy some bread.
  8. Jim saw  accident on the road on his way to school.
  9. Tina wants to go to  cinema on Friday.
  10. I have to get  good mark at the Math test.

Exercice 3

Choisissez entre a, an, the ou ne rien mettre:

  1. I am looking forward to being  adult.
  2. I used my phone as  camera.
  3. Have you fed  cats?
  4. There are  children in the garden.
  5. Who invented  internet?
  6. I am  oldest in my class.
  7. I prefer  seaside to the mountains.
  8. We went to  same University.
  9. My sister is going out with  German boy.
  10. Have you got  brothers?

Correction exercice 1

  1. Tina would like to have a dog.
  2. Could you give me an example?
  3. Sam found wallet on the ground.
  4. You should do at least an hour of exercise every day.
  5. We have huge TV at home.

Correction exercice 2

  1. John always wants to have the biggest car.
  2. Tina is looking for a job.
  3. The Alps are so beautiful to visit.
  4. Kevin has two sisters. The older one is called Katy.
  5. There was a man who was shouting very loudly in the street.
  6. Yesterday, Katy found a lost wallet.
  7. Sarah’s dad sent her to the supermarket to buy some bread.
  8. Jim saw an accident on the road on his way to school.
  9. Tina wants to go to the cinema on Friday.
  10. I have to get a good mark at the Math test.

Correction exercice 3

  1. I am looking forward to being an adult.
  2. I used my phone as a camera.
  3. Have you fed the cats?
  4. Who invented the internet?
  5. I am the oldest in my class.
  6. I prefer the seaside to the mountains.
  7. We went to the same University.
  8. My sister is going out with a German boy.

Les articles en anglais exercice (2) The

Les articles en anglais exercice (2) The

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Exercice 1

Complétez les phrases suivantes avec the si nécessaire:

  1. Can you play  guitar?
  2. I haven’t seen  blue sky for days.
  3. Who is that on  radio?
  4. We usually have  lunch at one o’clock.
  5. He plays  football very well.
  6.  Nile is the longest river in the world.
  7. This is my last year at  University.
  8. Tina loves listening to  rain.
  9.  Earth moves around the sun.
  10. They went to Paris by  train.
  11. We are going to see my uncle on  Saturday.
  12.  French are known for their gastronomy.
  13. I was watching  news on TV.
  14. 1945 was an important year in  history.
  15.  Government has decided to change the currency.

Exercice 2

Faut-il utiliser l’article ‘the’ dans les phrases suivantes ?

  1. Have you seen  salt?
  2. Do you take  sugar in your tea?
  3. Vegetarians don’t eat  meat.
  4. Where did you put  money I gave you?
  5.  tennis is my favourite sport.
  6. I think  cheese they make in France is the best.
  7. The dog is looking for  food.
  8. I don’t know what  brand of their car is.
  9. This table is made of  glass.
  10. Where’s  sugar?
  11. Do you like  Japanese food?
  12. If you want to make a pizza, you will have to buy  flour.
  13. All the plants need  water.
  14. His new suit is made of  wool.
  15. What you need is  sleep.
  16. Do you like  wine? – Sorry, I don’t drink any alcohol.
  17. I need  help.
  18. Is this table made of  plastic or metal?
  19. I usually eat  pasta for dinner.
  20. Wish me  luck!

Correction exercice 1

  1. Can you play the guitar?
  2. I haven’t seen the blue sky for days.
  3. Who is that on the radio?
  4. We usually have lunch at one o’clock.
  5. He plays football very well.
  6. The Nile is the longest river in the world.
  7. This is my last year at University.
  8. Tina loves listening to the rain.
  9. The Earth moves around the sun.
  10. They went to Paris by train.
  11. We are going to see my uncle on Saturday.
  12. The French are known for their gastronomy.
  13. I was watching the news on TV.
  14. 1945 was an important year in history.
  15. The Government has decided to change the currency.

Correction exercice 2

  1. Have you seen the salt?
  2. Do you take sugar in your tea?
  3. Vegetarians don’t eat meat.
  4. Where did you put the money I gave you?
  5. Tennis is my favourite sport.
  6. I think the cheese they make in France is the best.
  7. The dog is looking for food.
  8. I don’t know what the brand of their car is.
  9. This table is made of glass.
  10. Where’s the sugar?
  11. Do you like Japanese food?
  12. If you want to make a pizza, you will have to buy flour.
  13. All the plants need water.
  14. His new suit is made of wool.
  15. What you need is sleep.
  16. Do you like wine? – Sorry, I don’t drink any alcohol.
  17. I need help.
  18. Is this table made of plastic or metal?
  19. I usually eat pasta for dinner.
  20. Wish me luck!

Adjectifs anglais exercices

Adjectifs anglais: exercices

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Exercice 1

Complétez le tableau suivant:

comparatif superlatif
dark
nice
heavy
beautiful
bad
_

Exercice 2

Mettez la forme correcte de chaque adjectif (positif, comparatif ou superlatif):

  1. This house is (high)  than the garage.
  2. That’s the (good)   song this singer has made so far.
  3. The trip is almost as (long)  by car as it is by train.
  4. My dog is the (clever)  dog of all.
  5. She is (happy)  with her new car than with her old one.
  6. Some of the (intelligent)  people have studied at this university.
  7. You are as (funny)  as a clown.
  8. To me there isn’t a (pleasant)  pastime than a walk along the beach.
  9. He is not as (rich)  as everyone believes him to be.
  10. That was the (big)  burger I have ever eaten.

Exercice 3

Complétez les phrases suivantes avec les adjectifs qui conviennent:

1. She is four years than me.

a) elder b) older

2. The spider is still 

a) alive b) live

3. Their house is quite 

a) small b) little

4. She has a nice   apartment in town.

a) little b) small c) les deux

5. You are a  child.

a) mere b) merely

6. She is a / an  woman.

a) frightened b) afraid

7. Nurses look after  people.

a) ill b) sick

8. I feel 

a) unhappy b) unhappily

9. I need  eggs.

a) four large b) large four

10. This phone is  isn’t it?

a) new b) newly

Exercice 4

Remplissez les cases avec les adjectifs suivants:

Resourceful Greedy Illiterate Useless Unforgettable Energetic Sleepless
Priceless Quarrelsome Dangerous Courageous Daily Literate unpopular

1. A man of great courage => A   man

2. A night in which you could not sleep at all => A  night

3. A person who cannot read and write => A/An  person

4. A gift of immense value => A  gift

5. An experience which you cannot forget => An  experience

6. A person whom nobody likes => A/An  person

7. A newspaper that comes out every day => A   newspaper

8. A person who can read and write => A  person

9. A person who is always quarreling with everyone => A  person

10. A person who is never content with what he has and wants more and more => A  person

11. A person who is good at finding solutions to problems => A  person


Correction exercice 1

comparatif superlatif
dark darker darkest
nice nicer nicest
heavy heavier heaviest
beautiful more beautiful most beautiful
bad worse worst

Correction exercice 2

  1. higher
  2. best
  3. as long
  4. cleverest
  5. happier
  6. most intelligent
  7. as funny
  8. more pleasant
  9. as rich
  10. biggest

Correction exercice 3

  1. She is four years older than me.
  2. The spider is still alive.
  3. Their house is quite small.
  4. She has a nice little / small apartment in town.
  5. You are a mere child.
  6. She is a frightened woman.
  7. Nurses look after sick people.
  8. I feel unhappy.
  9. I need four large eggs.
  10. This phone is new, isn’t it?

Correction exercice 4

  1. A courageous man
  2. A sleepless night
  3. An illiterate person
  4. A priceless gift
  5. An unforgettable experience
  6. An unpopular person
  7. A daily newspaper
  8. A literate person
  9. A quarrelsome person
  10. A greedy person
  11. A resourceful person

Adjectif ou adverbe ? Exercice anglais

Adjectif ou adverbe ? Exercice anglais

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Exercice 1

Choisissez entre un adjectif ou un adverbe:

  1. A visit to this museum is  recommended.
  2. He was working  but his co-workers couldn’t remain .
  3. It was so  at the concert that I had to shout out  to make myself understood.
  4. This book is . It is  written.
  5. I  parked my car behind the building.
  6. When she saw him, she became  .
  7. How are you today? Quite . I’m not tired at all.
  8. The weather changed suddenly and turned .

Exercice 2

Complétez les phrases suivantes avec l’adjectif ou l’adverbe qui convient: 

1. The team played  yesterday.

a) beautiful b) beautifully

2. Linda sings 

a) well b) good

3. The manager was really .

a) friendly b) friendlily

4. Sam is a  learner.

a) quick b) quickly

5. I know her quite .

a) well b) good

6. The concert was  a success.

a) quite b) quiet

7. She spoke .

a) rude b) rudely

8. Check your lesson .

a) careful b) carefully

9. His performance was .

a) amazing b) amazingly

10. I have been watching a lot of movies .

a) recent b) recently

Exercice 3

Ecrivez les adjectifs ou adverbes entre parenthèses à la forme qui convient: 

Exemple:

  • Tina is (slow) . She works .
  1. Linda is a (careful) girl. She drives her car .
  2. The dog is (angry) . It barks .
  3. He played (excellent) . He’s an  football player.
  4. He learns Japanese (easy) . He thinks Japanese is an language.
  5. Tom is a (good) singer. He sings .
  6. It’s (awful) cold today. The cold rain is .
  7. This dish was (extreme / good) , but why does it smell so (terrible) ?
  8. The little girl looked (sad) . I went over to talk to her and she looked at me .
  9. I tasted the pie (careful) but it tasted (wonderful) .

Correction exercice 1

  1. highly
  2. silently / silent
  3. loud / loudly
  4. interesting / interestingly
  5. carefully
  6. extremely / angry
  7. good
  8. cold

Correction exercice 2

  1. beautifully
  2. well.
  3. really
  4. quick
  5. well
  6. quite
  7. rudely.
  8. carefully.
  9. amazing.
  10. recently.

Correction exercice 3

  1. careful / carefully.
  2. angry / angrily.
  3. excellently / excellent
  4. easily / easy
  5. good / well.
  6. awfully / awful.
  7. extremely well / terrible
  8. sad / sadly.
  9. carefully / wonderful.

Les prépositions en anglais exercice 4

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Exercice 1

Choisissez la bonne réponse:

  1. I will be there  7 o’ clock. (at / on / in)
  2. The postman brought this letter  the morning. (at / on / in)
  3. I had to get up  the night. (in / at / on)
  4. Phone me lunch time. (at / in / on)
  5. My birthday is  May 26th. (on / in / at)
  6. France is beautiful  spring. (on / in / at)
  7. He fell  the well. (into / on / at / in)
  8. The judge convicted the accused  theft. (of / with)
  9. He has no confidence  his abilities. (in / with)
  10. Japan is famous  its gastronomy. (for / with)

Exercice 2

Essayez de deviner la bonne réponse:

  1. They searched  the missing girl for a whole week, but couldn’t find her.
  2. As the man was badly injured, we sent  a doctor.
  3. She is very sensitive  other people’s feelings.
  4. Did you subscribe  this magazine?
  5. I am tired  hearing him complain every day
  6. Always say the truth  your parents.
  7. I have to agree  them, what they say is true.
  8. The Japanese are used  earthquakes.

Correction exercice 1

  1. I will be there at 7 o’ clock.
  2. The postman brought this letter in the morning.
  3. I had to get up in the night.
  4. Phone me at lunch time.
  5. My birthday is on May 26th.
  6. France is beautiful in spring.
  7. He fell into the well.
  8. The judge convicted the accused of theft.
  9. He has no confidence in his abilities.
  10. Japan is famous for its gastronomy.

Correction exercice 2

  1. searched for
  2. sent for
  3. sensitive to
  4. subscribe to
  5. tired of
  6. true to
  7. understanding with
  8. used to

Exercice temps anglais 15

Exercice temps anglais: Simple Past ou Past Perfect

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Exercice 1

Choisissez le temps qui convient (past simple ou past perfect).

  1. The wind  away the magazines that I  on the garden table.
  2. The teacher  the essays that his students  .
  3. The girls  at the pictures that they  the day before.

Exercice 2

Complétez les phrases suivantes avec le past simple ou le past perfect:

  1. Yesterday, Wendy (go)   to Starbucks after work.
  2. She (sit)   down at a table outside and (look)   at the menu.
  3. When the waiter (come)   to take her order, she (be)   surprised.
  4. It (be)   Simon, an old friend from school.
  5. They (see/not)   each other for at least ten years.
  6. So they (tell)   each other what(happen)   in the past ten years.

Correction exercice 1

  1. The wind blew away the magazines that I had left on the garden table.
  2. The teacher corrected the essays that his students had written.
  3. The girls laughed at the pictures that they had taken the day before.

Correction exercice 2

  1. Yesterday, Wendy went to Starbucks after work.
  2. She sat down at a table outside and looked at the menu.
  3. When the waiter came to take her order, she was surprised.
  4. It was Simon, an old friend from school.
  5. They had not seen each other for at least ten years.
  6. So they told each other what had happened in the past ten years.

Exercice temps anglais 14

Exercice temps anglais

Simple Past OU Present Perfect Simple ?

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Exercice 1

Choisissez le temps qui convient (simple past ou present perfect simple).

1.   to Japan?

2. Yes, I  there four times.

3. When  to Japan?

4. I last  there three years ago.  a few days in Osaka.

Exercice 2

Complétez les phrases suivantes avec le simple past ou le present perfect simple:

1. He (tell/already)   you why he won’t be able to come.

2. The children (go/not)   to school on Tuesday.

3. I (give)   you his email adress last month.

4. Why (you/call/not)   her yet?

5. (you/see)   that new movie yet?

6. I (visit)   a good friend of mine the other day.

7. My parents (send)   me a birthday present yesterday.

8. We (hear)   a great new song on the radio two days ago.

9. We (get/just)   home.

10. So far he (speak/only)   about his new car.


Correction exercice 1

  1. Have you ever been to Japan?
  2. Yes, I have been there four times.
  3. When did you last go to Japan?
  4. I last went there three years ago. I spent a few days in Osaka.

Correction exercice 2

  1. He has already told you why he won’t be able to come.
  2. The children did not go to school on Tuesday.
  3. I gave you his email adress last month.
  4. Why have you not called her yet?
  5. Have you seen that new movie yet?
  6. I visited a good friend of mine the other day.
  7. My parents sent me a birthday present yesterday.
  8. We heard a great new song on the radio two days ago.
  9. We have just got home.
  10. So far he has only spoken about his new car.

Exercice temps anglais 13

Exercice temps anglais: Simple past ou past progressive

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Exercice 1

Choisissez le temps qui convient (past simple ou past progressive):

1. While Tom  video games, his wife  a book in the lounge.

2. He  a number.

3. While I  around the USA, I  many interesting places.

Exercice 2

Complétez les phrases suivantes avec le past simple ou le past progressive:

1. While Kevin (watch)   soccer on TV, Wendy (listen)   to the radio.

2. When I (walk)   down Queen Street, I (discover)   a wonderful store.

3. The angry little boy (throw)   her toy onto the floor and(stamp)   her foot.

4. I (receive)   your email while I (sit)   in the hospital waiting room.

5. When Tina (be)   little, she (hate)   the smell of broccoli.


Correction exercice 1

  1. While Tom was playing video games, his wife was reading a book in the lounge.
  2. He stood up, went to the phone and dialled a number.
  3. While I was travelling around the USA, I visited many interesting places.

Correction exercice 2

  1. While Kevin was watching soccer on TV, Wendy was listening to the radio.
  2. When I was walking down Queen Street, I discovered a wonderful store.
  3. The angry little boy threw her toy onto the floor and stamped her foot.
  4. I received your email while I was sitting in the hospital waiting room.
  5. When Tina was little, she hated the smell of broccoli.