Much vs Many – English Grammar Exercise

In today’s post we will talk about a topic which is a bit tricky for some English learners. Are you ready to improve your language knowledge with our Scrambled Eggs grammar quiz and learn the difference between Much and Many?

When you’re ready , start the quiz and choose the correct answer between Much/Many.

Much vs Many

Scegli l’opzione corretta tra Much e Many!

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Too vs. Enough – English Language Exercise

Too vs. Enough – a classic debate as to how to truly describe your feelings about something. But don’t jump to conclusions – as there are many forms of too and they can get very tricky at times! Today’s blog post is dedicated to consolidating that knowledge, while also working on your Business English language skills!

Before we get started, be sure to have a look at our English language explanation graphic, which describes the many facets of the word too and how to properly use it:

Have you studied it? Now it’s time to test your skills with an English language quiz! Be sure to refer back to this graphic if you are confused about which form of the word you need to use!

Too vs. Enough Fill In the Blank Quiz

Test your knowledge of too vs enough using the following exercise!

How did you do? 100%, perfect score? If you think you need to take it again, click refresh in your browser! A little repetition is always a good thing when it comes to language, and will certainly work in your favor. If you want to check out other Scrambled Eggs English School language exercises, be sure to check out the rest of our blog with tons of English grammar exercises as well as videos. And don’t forget to follow us on Instagram @scrambledeggsenglish

Esercizio sui verbi: Descrivere avvenimenti futuri

Inizio di un nuovo anno significa speranza. Significa poter ricaricare le pile e focalizzarsi su nuovi obiettivi per la propria vita! Allora perché non fare dell’inglese la priorità n 1?

Qual è il modo migliore per esprimere quanto il futuro sembra meraviglioso? L’articolo di oggi parla dei verbi che descrivono come esprimere le prospettive future. Let’s start!

Think*: pensare

*Generalmente seguito dalla preposizione about

I think you are hungry, can I make you some food?

Where do you think your mom is in this moment?  

I don’t think he is here because his car is not parked outside.

Believe: credere

I believe they will win the match.

Do you believe in miracles?

I don’t believe he is a bad person, he is just confused!

Soggetto + would like*: Vorrei, vorresti, vorrebbe ecc.

*Se seguito da un verbo, si usa l’infinito preceduto da “to”.

I would like to meet at 3 p.m., if possible.

She wouldn’t like to work on Saturdays.

They would like that movie, it’s funny!

Hope: sperare

I hope James is on time because this is important!

We hope you like pasta, because it’s for dinner.

Do you hope it will change, or do you like your job?

Expect: aspettare/aspettarsi

Kid earning money for future

James expects to see you at the match tonight.

She expects to earn a lot of money this year.

My teacher expects the best from us.

Adesso tocca a te!
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