Stairway to Heaven by Led Zeppelin – a listening comprehension exercise

Write down the words of the famous Led Zeppelin song, Stairway to Heaven:

http://www.englishlearner.com/intermediate/listening-stairway-to-heaven-1.shtml

If you have any questions or feedback about this exercise, please comment below.

No Ordinary Love by Sade – a listening comprehension exercise

Write down the words of No Ordinary Love by Sade:

http://englishlearner.com/intermediate/listening-sade-no-ordinary-love-1.shtml

This is an intermediate level listening comprehension exercise – see how you like it and tell us in the comments.

Present Simple or Present Continuous?

Present Simple or Present Continuous? Choose the correct tense for each sentence:

http://englishlearner.com/beginner/present-simple-present-continuous-test-1.shtml

Your feedback is more than welcome – please share your questions or comments below.

Passive voice – intermediate grammar exercise

You can practise the passive voice with this new exercise. You have to put the verbs in the correct form (active or passive), and make sure you use the correct tense too:

http://www.englishlearner.com/intermediate/passive-voice-melbourne-cloze.shtml

If you have any questions or comments, we’d love to hear them – please comment below.

An upper-intermediate level listening comprehension exercise: Boracay

Try this new upper-intermediate level listening comprehension exercise – it’s a multiple-choice quiz:

http://englishlearner.com/intermediate/listening-comprehension-boracay.shtml

If you have any questions, please comment below – we’d love to hear your feedback.

Tenses – an upper-intermediate use of English exercise

This is an upper-intermediate level (CEFR:B2) use of English exercise – you have to put the verbs in the correct form:

http://englishlearner.com/intermediate/use-of-english-tenses-cloze-kangaroo.shtml

Tell us what you think of this exercise or ask your questions in the comments below – we’re interested in your feedback.

Gerund or to+Infinitive? An upper-intermediate level use of English exercise

This new exercise helps you practice the use of the to+Infinitive and Gerund structures:

http://englishlearner.com/intermediate/use-of-english-to-ing-cloze-foale.shtml

You have to complete the text by choosing the correct form of of each given verb – Gerund or to+Infinitive. Sometimes you may have to use the perfect infinitive and in some cases more than one answer may be correct.

If you have any questions or comments about this exercise, please feel free to share your thoughts below.

Things in the kitchen – intermediate vocabulary exercises with pictures

kitchen vocabulary

Things in the kitchen – set 1

This is a series of intermediate level vocabulary exercises around the topic of “Things in the kitchen”. The image above originally appeared on our Facebook page¬†(facebook.com/englishlearner),¬†where we regularly post useful and sometimes funny links, photos and tips for learners of English.

The first in the series is a matching exercise, using the pictures and vocabulary above:

http://englishlearner.com/intermediate/kitchen-vocabulary-matching-1.shtml

The next one is a crossword, with the same vocabulary items as in the previous exercise:

http://englishlearner.com/intermediate/kitchen-vocabulary-crossword-1.shtml

The third exercise with these vocabulary items is a short-answer quiz:

http://englishlearner.com/intermediate/kitchen-vocabulary-quiz-1.shtml

Here is the second set of pictures:

Things in the kitchen - set 2

Things in the kitchen – set 2

This is the first exercise based on the vocabulary items in this picture – match the pictures to the words:

http://englishlearner.com/intermediate/kitchen-vocabulary-matching-2.shtml

The next exercise is a crossword again:

http://englishlearner.com/intermediate/kitchen-vocabulary-crossword-2.shtml

And the last exercise for set 2 is a short-answer quiz:

http://englishlearner.com/intermediate/kitchen-vocabulary-quiz-2.shtml

More exercises on the same topic will follow soon (and this post will be updated to reflect the changes).

If you have any questions or feedback, please don’t hesitate to comment below – we’re interested in your opinion :) .

Upper-intermediate open cloze use of English exercise

Complete this text by adding the most appropriate word in each gap – it’s an upper-intermediate level (CEFR:B2) open cloze test:

http://englishlearner.com/intermediate/use-of-english-open-cloze-path.shtml

If you have any questions or comments, we’d be interested in reading them – please share your thoughts below.

Upper-intermediate banked cloze use of English exercise: Kangaroo injures Australian politician

In this upper-intermediate level (CEFR:B2) exercise you have to complete the text by choosing the most appropriate word for each gap – it’s a banked cloze exercise:

http://englishlearner.com/intermediate/use-of-english-banked-cloze-kangaroo.shtml

Please share your thoughts on this exercise – we’re interested in your feedback; any comment or question is welcome.