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Adverbs worksheet

May 19th, 2016 in English for children

Complete the following sentences using an appropriate adverb. Choose your answers from the options given below.

hard, soon, now, seldom, lately, rarely, enough, totally, often, bravely, certainly, once

Change into negative

December 11th, 2015 in English for children

Change the following affirmative sentences into negative sentences.

1. He has forgotten her.

2. It was raining.

3. The birds were chirping.

4. Remind me to come here again.

Asking for things

October 19th, 2015 in English for children

To ask for something you can use ‘Can I have…?’ or ‘Could I have…?’. You can make your question more polite by adding please.

Can I have some more potatoes, please?

English for the workplace

September 17th, 2015 in English for children

At the workplace, you may have to arrange to meet people or you may have to speak to people who are buying things from you. Sometimes, you may have to introduce yourself.


September 13th, 2015 in English for children

All of us make mistakes. Sometimes there are problems at the workplace because of our actions. In this case, we may need to say sorry to a customer or a colleague.

Asking for things

September 10th, 2015 in English for children

To ask a colleague if you can have something, use ‘Can I…?’

Can I use your computer, please?

Can I borrow your pen, please?

The prepositions at, on, in and to

September 8th, 2015 in English for children

The prepositions at, in, on and to are very common. However, they are often confused.

When to use in

The preposition ‘in’ shows position. It is used to indicate position inside spaces.