Directions Vocabulary Exercise

If you love to travel, asking for and giving directions is something you’ll definitely be familiar with! But the question is, do you know how to describe locations in English?

For example, if we look at the map below, we can see that the Chinese restaurant is between the bank and bookstore and opposite the grocery store. The grocery store is around the corner from the public restroom, and the newsstand is down the street from the bank.

If something is around the corner, it means they are not on the same street. You have to go around a corner to access it. However, if something is down the street, it is on the same street and you just have to keep going to find it.

If something is described as being between, it means it is in the middle of two objects or locations. Next to is used to describe something that is beside/alongside it. This is different to near, which is a more abstract concept, as it means something is merely in the vicinity.

Have a go at our quizzes and find out how well you know this essential vocabulary!

Key Vocabulary: BETWEEN – NEXT TO – AROUND THE CORNER FROM – DOWN THE STREET FROM – OPPOSITE

Directions | Fill in the Blank

Look at the map and fill in the gaps.

Directions | Fill in the Blank

Fill in the blanks with the correct word

Let us know in the comments how you scored – we’re sure you did a fantastic job! If you want to improve your English, why not check out our other blogs and quizzes? We cover a wide range of topics from beginners level to advanced, so there’s something for everyone!

Subject Pronouns VS Object pronouns – English Grammar Exercise

Avete voglia di migliorare il vostro inglese? I pronomi soggetto e oggetto possono risultare confusionari per chi si approccia all’inglese per la prima volta.
Scrambled Eggs corre in vostro aiuto con un bell’esercizio di ripasso!

Subject Pronouns | Object Pronouns
(before the verbs)  | (after the verb/a preposition)

I work in an office.         —>   He calls me every day.
You are funny.                —>   I like you a lot.
He lives in a house.        —>  Give it to him after class.
She has two daughters. —>  I see her every day.
It is a nice car.                —>  Do you like it or not?
We speak English.         —>  Can you take us with you?
You are often late.        —>   Can I visit you this summer?
They don’t watch TV.    —>  Speak to them. They’re nice.

I pronomi soggetto (Subject Pronouns) si utilizzano, come in italiano, come soggetto di un verbo e lo precedono.
I pronomi oggetto (Object Pronouns), invece, vengono utilizzati come oggetto del verbo e lo seguono.

Per ripassare questo semplice argomento di grammatica, abbiamo preparato un piccolo esercizio per voi!
Non vi resta che osservare attentamente gli esempi che abbiamo inserito qui sopra e poi completare l’esercizio sotto.

Subject Pronouns VS Object Pronouns | Fill in the Blank

Fill in the blanks with the correct pronouns.

Fateci sapere nei commenti se siete riusciti a completarlo al primo colpo! Altrimenti, sentitevi liberi di riprovarci!

 

Pip – A Little Dog with a Big Heart

Are you a dog lover? For many, our furry friends are such a valuable part of our lives. However, just like us, puppies need to study hard if they want a high-flying career! Check out the video below, where a lovely little puppy named Pip heads to school.

Now, try the vocabulary match exercise to make sure you know all the key words to describe the events in the video. Then, complete the true or false questions about Pip’s adventure.
For an extra task, write a sentence describing your favourite part of the video in the comments below!

Pip - A Little Dog with a Big Heart | Definition Match

Match each word with its definition!

PIP - A Little Dog with a Big Heart | True or False

Decide if a statement is true or false.