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Business English Vocabulary Exercises - General terms,expressions. AddThis Sharing Buttons Share to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to Google+Share to EmailShare to Favorites HOME VOCABULARY TRAINING:General Business EnglishSales & MarketingAccounting & FinanceI.T.

Business English Vocabulary Exercises - General terms,expressions

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Free English Grammar Exercises and Quizzes

Be sure to check my 'what's new' page to see when I put up new ones. Irregular Verbs: PRESENT TENSE - QUESTIONS. PRESENT TENSE - QUESTIONS. PRESENT TENSE - QUESTIONS. PRESENT TENSE - QUESTIONS. PRESENT TENSE - QUESTIONS. PRESENT TENSE - QUESTIONS. Elementary4. Third person endings 2. Grammar presentsimple elem esl. Adele's ESL Corner - Your free online English language website. There is/are. Present Tense - Short Answers. Do2. Do/Does. Present Smiple Tense - 2. Present Simple Tense. To Have. To Be - Questions. Present Tense - To Be. Present Tense - To Be. Havegot. Have Got. Have Got. T075 - Present Tense - Simple and Continuous. T075 - Present Tense - Simple and Continuous Gap-fill exercise Fill in the correct form of the Present Tense (Simple or Continuous) : The girls (NOT ARGUE) now.

T075 - Present Tense - Simple and Continuous

They (WATCH) a film together. Look ! T080 - Present Tense Simple and Progressive. Put in the correct forms: Present Tense – Simple and Progressive How do you usually start work on a film ?

T080 - Present Tense Simple and Progressive

– First, I (read) the script and (make) notes . I (make) notes of our interview. I hope you don’t mind. - No, that’s OK. What languages (you, speak) ? Simple present exercises - to be.