Do you like/Would you like – English Grammar Exercise

Would and do are examples of modal verbs and are used in conjunction with another verb.
We use would you like with the infinitive form of another verb to ask someone what they want to do in the present moment.
We use do you like with the gerund or -ing form of another verb to ask someone what they enjoy doing in general.

Do you like / would you like exercise

Complete the conversations using do you like/would you like.

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Modal Verb “Can” – English Grammar Exercise

Do you want to improve your English? English modal verbs can be quite tricky, and practising is the best way to sharpen up your skills.

Brush up on your knowledge of the verb “can” and try our English language modal verb exercise with Scrambled Eggs English School!

Can quiz

Fill in the gap with the right option.

Let us know in the comments how you did on the quiz. If you’d like to further improve your knowledge of English then check out our huge collection of exercises, audio quizzes and blog posts here!

Welcome to Scrambled Eggs, an English school in Milan that aims to help you improve your English in a fun, accessible and easy way. Check out all the English language exercises we’ve compiled in our database over the years, which are broken down into various types of exercise and also split into levels.

Whether you’re taking an English course here in Milan or you simply want to boost your language skills with loads of online English language exercises, Scrambled Eggs is here for you! Check out our vast collection which includes hundreds of exercises for all levels, and if you think there are some exercises, topics or videos we should add more of, be sure to send an email our way at hello@scrambledeggsinglese.it

An Email to the Wedding Planner – English Reading Comprehension

Hey guys, it’s time to play!

Oggi nel nostro blog vi proponiamo una breve comprensione del testo a tema nuziale.
L’argomento? L’organizzazione di un matrimonio!

Prendetevi il vostro tempo per leggere il seguente testo, un’e-mail scritta da Candace, la nostra futura sposa, ad Anna, la sua wedding planner. Successivamente provate a svolgere i tre esercizi che abbiamo preparato per voi.

An Email to the Wedding Planner:

“Good Morning Anna,

How are you today? I hope you are well!
I want to organize a meeting on Thursday, July 15. What time is good for you? Do you want to meet in the morning or the afternoon?
I want to talk about a couple of things. Firstly, I want to talk about the type of flowers for my bouquet. I think orange lilies, red roses, and sunflowers look beautiful together. Do you think that’s a good idea?
Secondly, I want to talk about the drinks. The drinks for cocktail hour are prosecco, Campari spritz, dry martini, and Cuba libre. Then, I think white wine is a good choice because I want to serve fish for dinner. What do you think?
Please let me know as soon as you can!

Best Regards,

Candace”

Wedding planner | Fill in the Blank

Complete the sentences with the right word.

Wedding planner | Definition Match

Match the words with their definitions.

Wedding planner exercise

Choose the correct answer.