Exercises

Regular plural nouns (one car – two cars)

  • exercise 1: choose the correct form of the plural for the noun
  • exercise 2: fill in the plural of the noun
  • exercise 3: fill in the plural of the noun
  • exercise 4: fill in the plural of the noun
  • exercise 5: fill in the plural of the noun
  • exercise 6: choose the correct form of the plural for the nouns ending -f-
  • exercise 7: fill in the correct form of the plural for the nouns ending -f(e)-
  • exercise 8: fill in the correct form of the plural for the nouns ending -o-
  • exercise 9: fill in the correct form of the plural for the nouns ending -e- and -s-
  • exercise 10: fill in the correct form of the plural for the nouns ending y-

Irregular plural nouns (one man – two men)

  • exercise 1: choose the correct form of the plural for the noun
  • exercise 2: fill in the plural of the noun
  • exercise 3: fill in the plural of the noun

Regular and irregular plural nouns

Countable nouns (a lump of sugar) and uncountable nouns (sugar)

  • exercise 1: decide whether nouns are countable or uncountable
  • exercise 2: decide whether nouns are countable or uncountable
  • exercise 3: decide whether nouns are countable or uncountable
  • exercise 4: choose the best word or phrase to complete the gap
  • exercise 5: choose the correct sentence
  • exercise 6: choose a countable or uncountable noun to fill the gap

Countable nouns and uncountable nouns in combination with articles and quantifiers like some, any, much, many and a lot of

  • exercise 1: fill in a, an, some, any, how much, how many, a lot of, not much or not many
  • exercise 2: choose a, an, some, any, much, many, a lot of
  • exercise 3: choose much, many, a lot of, any, some, a little, a few
  • exercise 4: choose the correct answer

Subject – verb agreement (A number of people were waiting for the bus.)

  • exercise 1: make the verb agree with the subject and choose the correct verb form
  • exercise 2: two exercises for practising subject-verb agreement
  • exercise 3: two exercises for practising subject-verb agreement
  • exercise 4: make the verb agree with the subject and choose the correct verb form
  • exercise 5: make the verb agree with the subject and choose the correct verb form

Pair nouns (a pair of trousers) and group nouns (family, government) (intermediate)

  • exercise 1: decide whether the noun is singular or plural and choose the correct verb form
  • exercise 2: decide whether the noun is singular or plural and choose the correct verb form

Useful pages

    • exercises for practising few, a few, little and a little
    • exercises for practising much, many and a lot of