The Big Book of English Exercises for Beginners is jam-packed from cover to cover with a great selection of entry level exercises and examples. This book provides teachers with a really useful material of no-nonsense grammar exercises that they can dip into and use in class with students. It is also ideal for students to work with at home and learn English on their own, since the exercises have a intuitive structure and the answers are all printed at the back. The book is divided into chapters and is graded in difficulty, so that it begins with some basic stuff and builds up to more challenging grammar activities.
_____________________ 5. birmingham is the second largest city in the uk __________________________________ 6. i’ll have a coke please and two packets of walkers crisps __________________________________ 7. if you need to see a consultant go to the derbyshire royal infirmary __________________________________ 8. mary poppins is my mum’s favourite film she likes julie Andrews __________________________________ 9. i drive a red fiat punto and my uncle drives a green bmw __________________________________ 10. i joined morton park golf club last week it was very expensive __________________________________ Exercise 10 Using Capital Letters Choose the words that should start with a capital letter, then write them out correctly on a piece of paper: nice john school get england pizza pizza hut single coconut chair monday new york trousers quickly january come sarah student king edward high school atlantic ocean