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erreurs courantes en anglais

EXERCICE DÉBUTANT ANGLAIS: LES ERREURS FRÉQUENTES (3/3)

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Les phrases suivantes contiennent des erreurs (mots manquants ou en trop, fautes d’orthographe…). Il peut y avoir plusieurs fautes dans certaines phrases. Corrigez-les !

Exemples:

  • Tom is best student in the class. → Tom is the best student in the class.
  • There is some books on the table. → There is are some books on the table.

EXERCICE 

  1. He swimmed across the lake. →  
  2. I don’t have no money. →  
  3. What you can do in Thailand? →  
  4. I could to go to the library tomorrow. →  
  5. Do you want that I make breakfast? →  
  6. I’m thinking to buy a new car. →  
  7. Our house is near to the beach. →  
  8. It was more then enough →  
  9. This exercise is more easy than the others. → 
  10. That’s what he told to me… →  

Réponses

  1. He swimmed across the lake. He swam across the lake.
  2. I don’t have no money. I don’t have any money.
  3. What you can do in Thailand?What can you do in Thailand?
  4. I could to go to the library tomorrow. I could go to the library tomorrow.
  5. Do you want that I make breakfast? → Do you want me to make breakfast?
  6. I’m thinking to buy a new car.I’m thinking of buying a new car / I’m thinking about buying a new car.
  7. Our house is near to the beach.Our house is near the beach / Our house is close to the beach.
  8. It was more then enough.It was more than enough.
  9. This exercise is more easy than the others. This exercise is easier than the others.
  10. That’s what he told to me…That’s what he told me…

erreurs courantes en anglais

EXERCICES DÉBUTANT ANGLAIS: LES ERREURS FRÉQUENTES

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Les phrases suivantes contiennent des erreurs (mots manquants ou en trop, fautes d’orthographe…). Il peut y avoir plusieurs fautes dans certaines phrases. Corrigez-les !

Exemples:

  • Tom is best student in the class. → Tom is the best student in the class.
  • There is some books on the table. → There is are some books on the table.
  1. She is more pretty than her cousin. →  
  2. It’s time two go! →  
  3. They’ve been married during six years. →  
  4. Me and Paul are going to the cinema. →  
  5. There is much noise here. →  
  6. Sam not like doing sport. →  
  7. We should contact they’re parents →  
  8. How many wine did you drink last night?  →  
  9. This bag is more cheap than the other one. →  
  10. How much books do you have? →  

Réponses

  • She is more pretty than her cousin. → She is prettier than her cousin.
  • It’s time two go! → It’s time to go!
  • They’ve been married during six years. → They’ve been married for six years.
  • Me and Paul are going to the cinema. → Paul and I are going to the cinema.
  • There is much noise here. → There is a lot of noise here.
  • Sam not like doing sport. → Sam doesn’t like doing sport.
  • We should contact they’re parents. → We should contact their parents.
  • How many wine did you drink last night?  → How much wine did you drink last night?
  • This bag is more cheap than the other one. → This bag is cheaper than the other one.
  • How much books do you have? → How many books do you have?

erreurs courantes anglais

EXERCICES DÉBUTANT ANGLAIS: LES ERREURS FRÉQUENTES

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Les phrases suivantes contiennent des erreurs (mots manquants ou en trop, fautes d’orthographe…). Il peut y avoir plusieurs fautes dans certaines phrases. Corrigez-les !

Exemples:

  • Tom is best student in the class. → Tom is the best student in the class.
  • There is some books on the table. → There is are some books on the table.

1 – There isn’t a lot of cars in the street today.

→ 

2 – I love listening music.

→ 

3 – I born in 1998.

→ 

4 – Are you agree with me?

→ 

5 – The movie was really bored.

→ 

6 – I am agree with you.

→ 

7 – The car of Tina is very fast.

→ 

8 – I’m tired. Let’s go at home.

→ 

9 – Kevin have a sister and a brother.

→ 

10 – I didn’t say nothing.

→ 


Réponses

  1. There isn’t a lot of cars in the street today. →  There aren’t a lot of cars in the street today.
  2. I love listening music. →  I love listening to music.
  3. I born in 1998. →  I was born in 1998.
  4. Are you agree with me? →  Do you agree with me?
  5. The movie was really bored. →  The movie was really boring.
  6. I am agree with you. →  I agree with you.
  7. The car of Tina is very fast. →  Tina’s car is very fast.
  8. I’m tired. Let’s go at home. →  I’m tired. Let’s go home.
  9. Kevin have a sister and a brother. →  Kevin has a sister and a brother.
  10. I didn’t say nothing. →  I didn’t say anything.

ordre mots phrases

EXERCICES DÉBUTANT ANGLAIS ORDRE DES MOTS

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Remettez les mots dans le bon ordre:

Exemple: green I bike my . → My bike is green.

1.   before  they  friends  used  to  be .

→ 

2.   go  often to  how  do you  cinema  the ?

→ 

3.  do  my  after  I  dinner  always  homework   .

→ 

4.   how  sisters  got  brother and  have  you  many  ?

→ 

5.  does  cooking  Sundays  on  my sister  the  .

→ 

6.    to  always  the  take  bus  school  we   .

→ 

7.    man  hat  with  is  the  red  who  the  ?

→ 

8.  you  speak  who   to  did ?

→ 

9.  lost  bag before  I  my  the yesterday  day.

→ 

10.  are  make  when  people  they  sad  I   laugh .

→ 

11.   movie  enjoy  did  the  you   ?

→ 

12.   was  near  the    there  a  tree  river .

→ 

13.   one  like  do  you  which   ?

→ 

14.   around  the  goes  the  earth  sun .

→ 

15.   on  are  sofa my  the  parents  sitting .

→ 

16.   from  you  where  are ?

→ 

17.   now  going  am  home I  .

→ 

18.   is raining  it  not .

→ 

19.   you  do  live  where ?

→ 

20.   broke  he  glasses  my .

→ 


Réponses

  1. They used to be friends before.
  2. How often do you go to the cinema?
  3. I always do my homework after dinner.
  4. How many brother and sisters have you got?
  5. My sister does the cooking on Sundays.
  6. We always take the bus to school.
  7. Who is the man with the red hat?
  8. Who did you speak to?
  9. I lost my bag the day before yesterday.
  10. I make people laugh when they are sad.
  11. Did you enjoy the movie?
  12. There was a tree near the river.
  13. Which one do you like?
  14. The earth goes around the sun.
  15. My parents are sitting on the sofa.
  16. Where are you from?
  17. I am going home now.
  18. It is not raining.
  19. Where do you live?
  20. He broke my glasses.

dont ou doesnt exercice

EXERCICES DÉBUTANT ANGLAIS: DON’T OU DOESN’T ? 2

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Doesn’t ou don’t ? Choisissez la bonne réponse:

  1. Please,  chat with your friend.
  2. Your parents  like me.
  3. Your brother  smoke, does he?
  4. We need your help.
  5. Tina says she understand.
  6. She go to university.
  7. We know him.
  8. They sell that car anymore.
  9. It cost much to eat in Thailand.
  10. I have a televison, but I watch it often.
  11. That kind of accident  happen often.
  12. I love karate, but I like judo.
  13. I drive to work every day.
  14. It  take much time to go there.
  15. You need to go to the doctor.

réponses

  1. Please, don’t chat with your friend.
  2. Your parents don’t like me.
  3. Your brother doesn’t smoke, does he?
  4. We don’t need your help.
  5. Tina says she doesn’t understand.
  6. She doesn’t go to university.
  7. We don’t know him.
  8. They don’t sell that car anymore.
  9. It doesn’t cost much to eat in Thailand.
  10. I have a televison, but I don’t watch it often.
  11. That kind of accident doesn’t happen often.
  12. I love karate, but I don’t like judo.
  13. I don’t drive to work every day.
  14. It doesn’t take much time to go there.
  15. You don’t need to go to the doctor.

negation en anglais exercice

EXERCICES DÉBUTANT ANGLAIS: FAIRE DES PHRASES NÉGATIVES

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Mettez le verbe en gras à la forme négative (vous pouvez utiliser la forme contractée – ex: isn’t, doesn’t…)

Exemple: Sam writes letters. → Sam doesn’t write letters. OU: Sam does not write letters.

  1. We watch TV in the evening. → We TV in the evening.
  2. Sam does the dishes every day. → Sam the dishes every day.
  3. She is very fat. → She very fat.
  4. The train arrives in the afternoon. → The train in the afternoon.
  5. We are ready to start work. → We ready to start work.
  6. I like coffee. → I coffee.
  7. I live in Paris. → I in Paris.
  8. She comes from Spain. → She from Spain.
  9. Kevin works in a bank. → Kevin  in a bank.
  10. They get up at eight o’clock. → They at eight o’clock.
  11. We go to the cinema every Friday. → We to the cinema every Friday.
  12. You read the newspaper every day. → You the newspaper every day.
  13. He goes to school in France. → He to school in France.
  14. I have a shower in the morning. → I a shower in the morning.
  15. She drinks tea every afternoon. → She tea every afternoon.
  16. They visit their friends during the weekend. → They their friends during the weekend.
  17. You study English very often. → You English very often.
  18. It rains here in the summer. → It here in the summer.
  19. He likes spinach. → He spinach.
  20. She plays the guitar. → She the guitar.

réponses

  1. We don’t watch TV in the evening. (ou: do not…)
  2. Sam doesn’t do the dishes every day. (ou: does not…)
  3. She isn’t very fat. (ou: is not…)
  4. The train doesn’t arrive in the afternoon. (ou: does not…)
  5. We aren’t ready to start work. (ou: are not…)
  6. I don’t like coffee. (ou: do not…)
  7. I don’t live in Paris. (ou: do not…)
  8. She doesn’t come from Spain. (ou: does not…)
  9. Kevin doesn’t work in a bank. (ou: does not…)
  10. They don’t get up at eight o’clock. (ou: do not…)
  11. We don’t go to the cinema every Friday. (ou: do not…)
  12. You don’t read the newspaper every day. (ou: do not…)
  13. He doesn’t go to school in France. (ou: does not…)
  14. I don’t have a shower in the morning. (ou: do not…)
  15. She doesn’t drink tea every afternoon. (ou: does not…)
  16. They don’t visit their friends during the weekend. (ou: do not…)
  17. You don’t study English very often. (ou: do not…)
  18. It doesn’t rain here in the summer. (ou: does not…)
  19. He doesn’t like spinach. (ou: does not…)
  20. She doesn’t play the guitar. (ou: does not…)

to be forme negative

EXERCICE

Choisissez entre les formes contractées:  ‘m not  |  isn’t  |  aren’t

1. I  very well today.

2. She  on time for school.

3. My homeworks for tomorrow  difficult.

4. We  very good friends.

5. I  in the same class as you.

6. They  from Poland.

7. You  in my class.

8. It  five o’clock yet.

9. The cat  black.

10. Tina  busy now.


Réponses

  1. I‘m not very well today.
  2. She isn’t on time for school.
  3. My homeworks for tomorrow aren’t difficult.
  4. We aren’t very good friends.
  5. I‘m not in the same class as you.
  6. They aren’t from Poland.
  7. You aren’t in my class.
  8. It isn’t five o’clock yet.
  9. The cat isn’t black.
  10. Tina isn’t busy now.

repondre a des questions en anglais

EXERCICES DÉBUTANT ANGLAIS RÉPONDRE À DES QUESTIONS SIMPLES

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Faites correspondre les questions avec les bonnes réponses:

1 – What do you do?

→ 

2 – Can you give me a hand?

→ 

3 – What time is it?

→ 

4 – Can I help you?

→ 

5 – How are you feeling?

→ 

6 – What do you do in your free time?

→ 

7 – Did you like the movie?

→ 

8 – What would you like to drink?

→ 

9 – Are you ready to order?

→ 

10 – Are you married?

→ 


réponses

1 – What do you do? → I work in a bank.

2 – Can you give me a hand? → Sure – just a sec.

3 – What time is it? → I don’t know, I forgot my watch.

4 – Can I help you? → Yes please, I can’t do it by myself.

5 – How are you feeling? → I’m all right.

6 – What do you do in your free time? → I like reading and relaxing at home.

7 – Did you like the movie? → It’s one of the best I’ve ever seen.

8 – What would you like to drink? → What do you have?

9 – Are you ready to order? → Not quite – I think we need a little more time.

10 – Are you married? → No, I’m single.

be ou have anglais

EXERCICES DÉBUTANT ANGLAIS BE OU HAVE

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Complétez les phrases avec: am | are | is | has | have

1. It  yellow.

2. The house  twenty metres high.

3. They  a small one.

4. We  brown hair.

5. We  both French.

6. I  in the classroom.

7. Tina  long hair.

8. How old  he?

9. The boys  hungry.

10. I  a cold.

11. She  my young sister.

12. I and Paul  in London.

13. He  a very good job.

14. There  a bike outside

15.  a cake! They are really good!


réponses

  1. It is yellow.
  2. The house is twenty metres high.
  3. They have a small one.
  4. We have brown hair.
  5. We are both French.
  6. I am in the classroom.
  7. Tina has long hair.
  8. How old is he?
  9. The boys are hungry.
  10. I have a cold.
  11. She is my young sister.
  12. I and Paul are in London.
  13. He has a very good job.
  14. There is a bike outside
  15. Have a cake! They are really good!

verbes ing anglais

EXERCICES DÉBUTANT ANGLAIS VERBES ING 2/2

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Complétez les phrases suivantes avec la forme en -ing des verbes entre parenthèses. Pensez à mettre le verbe auxiliaire qui convient si c’est nécessaire, au présent ou au passé (is, am, are, was ou were)

Exemple:

  • What are you doing there? I ___________ (write) a letter. → I am writing a letter.
  1. (cook) is one of her hobbies.
  2. (cycle) is fun.
  3. (Get) a good job is not easy.
  4. (Find) a parking space is quite difficult in this area.
  5. (drive) becomes more and more expensive.
  6. No (smoke) in this area.
  7. (work) overtime is quite common in this company.
  8. (eat) fruits and vegetables is good for your health.
  9. (make) fun of other people is not nice.
  10. (learn) about other cultures makes people more tolerant.
  11. (eat)  people is wrong.
  12. (hunt)  bears is scary.
  13. (fly)  makes me nervous.
  14. (brush)  your teeth is important.
  15. (smoke)  causes lung cancer.

réponses

  1. cooking
  2. cycling
  3. getting
  4. finding
  5. driving
  6. no smoking
  7. working
  8. eating
  9. making
  10. learning
  11. eating
  12. hunting
  13. flying
  14. brushing
  15. smoking