Hello dear student! Today, we are going to work on an exciting set of exercises that will help you practice your English vocabulary related to the city.
Being comfortable with ‘in the city’ vocabulary is essential as we encounter these words in our day-to-day activities. They are structured in four different parts: arranging sentences, correcting grammatical errors, completing sentences, and forming questions.
These tests are designed to enhance not only your vocabulary but also your sentence construction, grammar, and question-forming abilities.
1) Put the Sentences in the Correct Order – In the City Vocabulary
a) the / cinema / to / I / go / usually / on / weekends
I usually go to the cinema on weekends.
2) Fix Grammatical Errors – In the City Vocabulary Exercises
a) I goes to the park every days.
I go to the park every day.
3) Practice your Vocabulary Completing the Sentences
a) I always see a xxx of people xx the sxxxxon.
I always see a lot of people at the station.
4) In the City Vocabulary Test. Write the Obvious Questions to the Answers
a) I am going to the supermarket. (Where…)
Where are you going?
Well done on completing the exercises! I hope you found them helpful and engaging.
It’s essential to practice regularly and apply the vocabulary you have learned in real-life situations. Remember, the more you practice, the more natural it will become.
Don’t hesitate to go over the activities again if you need more practice, and always try to use the new vocabulary you learn as much as possible.
Keep up the great work, and continue to practice your English every day!