Even if / Even though – English Grammar Exercise

In today’s post blog post we’re going to go over two phrases that can be a bit tricky for English language learners. Are you ready to learn and improve with us?

Do you know the difference between ‘even if‘ and ‘even though‘ in English? It’s a pretty tough part of the English language, but fortunately for you the native-speaker language teachers here at our language school in Milan are ready to help out! Have a look at the rules below and then try our latest Scrambled Eggs grammar quiz – you’ll be an expert in no time!

Even if vs. Even though

So, if it were raining you could say “Even though it’s raining right now, I’m going to the park to play football with my mates“, but if it were a sunny morning you would say “Even if it rains this afternoon I’m going to the park to play football with the guys“.

Have you got it? Try writing a couple of examples if you’re still not sure. Then, when you’re feeling confident, click on the link below for the quiz to test yourself.

Even if vs. Even though quiz

When you’ve read the explanation at the top of the page, choose the correct answers in the following quiz on even if/even though.

If it still seems a bit tricky, have you considered coming to our Milan language school for a lesson? Our qualified and experience native-speaker instructors are ready to jump into action to help you with whatever problems you may be having with English. If you haven’t studied with us before, you can book a free introductory Level Test here: http://scrambledeggsinglese.it/prenota-test-di-valutazione/

If you found this blog post useful and you’d like to find more tips and exercises, check out some more of our material here: http://scrambledeggsinglese.it/scrambled-eggs-blog/.

Biggest Achievements – Esercizio Ascolto Inglese B1/B2

Put your English listening skills to the test with this exercise for levels B1 and B2 for English language learners.

Have you ever gone through a difficult period in your life? How did it feel? How about when the period was over?

Listen to the three speakers, all with US American English accents, and try to fill in the blanks to see how strong your English comprehension is.

Before you get to the exercise, have a listen (or two) to the audio about the three stories and try to extract some information as you learn.

Biggest Achievements - Fill in the Blank English Quiz

Test your English listening knowledge with the following exercise!

Improve Your Spelling in English – Dictation

Today’s blog post is dedicated to working on your spelling! Whether you have an IELTS exam coming up soon, or you spend time on the phone in English and you have write down anything from a last name to an email address, this exercise is perfect for your English language needs!

It’s always a bit of a rush when you have someone on the other end spitting out letters on end that you need to frantically write down. This is one of the hardest parts about learning English, as sometimes native English speakers take for granted the fact that you have the alphabet down perfectly and can take direction without any hesitation. Well, now is your time! With the following exercise, you can improve your English comprehension capabilities and be ready for that next phone call or English language exam. Good luck!

City Spelling

How good are your spelling capabilities in English? Let’s give it a try!

Well, how did it go? Are feeling confident just yet in your abilities to copy down the spelling of words in the English language? If the answer is “not so much” then have no fear! Scrambled Eggs English School in Milan has you covered! Check out some more of our English quizzes and exercises on our blog.