Plan du site Lingolia anglais

Tu as besoin d’une vue d’ensemble de nos contenus pour apprendre l’anglais ? Voici le plan du site Lingolia : tu y trouveras toutes les leçons et tous les exercices de grammaire anglaise. Cette liste te permettra aussi d’accéder rapidement au contenu qui t’intéresse : il te suffit de cliquer sur la leçon ou l’exercice de ton choix.

Toutes les leçons de grammaire de Lingolia ainsi qu’un exercice par leçon sont en accès libre. Pour avoir accès aux autres exercices, tu as besoin d’un compte Lingolia Plus.

Si d’autres langues t’intéressent, tu peux consulter le plan du site dédié à la grammaire allemande, espagnole ou française.

Tu as ici la possibilité de sélectionner ton niveau d’apprentissage (A1 – C1) pour ne voir que les exercices correspondant à ce niveau.

Ton accès aux exercices Lingolia Plus

Crée ton compte Lingolia Plus pour avoir accès aux centaines d’exercices de grammaire anglaise en un clic.

Je veux un compte Lingolia Plus

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Lingolia Anglais

  • Apprendre l’anglais avec Lingolia
  • Grammaire anglaise
    • Les temps verbaux – La conjugaison anglaise
      • Aperçu des temps verbaux – La conjugaison anglaise
      • Schéma interactif des temps anglais
      • Le présent simple – La conjugaison anglaise
        • Présent simple – Exercice en libre accès
        • Simple Present – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Simple Present – affirmative forms of be (1) A1
          • Simple Present – affirmative forms of be (2) A1
          • Simple Present – negative forms of be A1
          • Simple Present – questions with be A1
          • Simple Present – contractions: be (1) A1
          • Simple Present – contractions: be (2) A1
          • Simple Present – mixed sentences with be A1
          • Simple Present – affirmative forms of have A1
          • Simple Present – negative forms of have A1
          • Simple Present – questions with have A1
          • Simple Present – have got: positive and negative A1
          • Simple Present – contractions: have got (1) A1
          • Simple Present – contractions: have got (2) A1
          • Simple Present – 3rd person s (1) A1
          • Simple Present – 3rd person s (2) A1
          • Simple Present – affirmative (1) A1
          • Simple Present – affirmative (2) A1
          • Simple Present – affirmative (3) A1
          • Simple Present – negative: don’t/doesn’t A1
          • Simple Present – negative (1) A1
          • Simple Present – negative (2) A2
          • Simple Present – questions A1
          • Simple Present – questions and short answers A1
          • Simple Present – regular actions A1
          • Simple Present – facts A1
          • Simple Present – series of events A2
          • Simple Present – wh-questions A2
          • Simple Present – sentences A2
          • Simple Present – static verbs A2
          • Simple Present – future actions B1
          • Simple Present – Finn and Carla A2
      • Le présent continu ou en be + ing – La conjugaison anglaise
        • Présent continu – Exercice en libre accès
        • Present Progressive – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Present Progressive – spelling test (1) A1
          • Present Progressive – spelling test (2) A2
          • Present Progressive – contractions: be A1
          • Present Progressive – affirmative (1) A1
          • Present Progressive – affirmative (2) A1
          • Present Progressive – negative (1) A1
          • Present Progressive – negative (2) A1
          • Present Progressive – questions A1
          • Present Progressive – questions (2) A2
          • Present Progressive – questions and short answers A2
          • Present Progressive – wh-questions A2
          • Present Progressive – mixed sentences A2
          • Present Progressive – mixed (1) A2
          • Present Progressive – mixed (2) A2
          • Present Progressive – actions in progress A1
          • Present Progressive – future actions A2
          • Present Progressive – temporary situations B1
          • Present Progressive – around now B1
          • Present Progressive – changing situations B2
          • Present Progressive – future plans (1) B1
          • Present Progressive – future plans (2) B1
          • Present Progressive – future plans (3) B1
      • Le prétérit ou passé simple – La conjugaison anglaise
        • Prétérit simple – Exercice en libre accès
        • Simple Past – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Simple Past – was/were (1) A1
          • Simple Past – was not/were not A1
          • Simple Past – was/were questions A1
          • Simple Past – was/were (2) A1
          • Simple Past – was/were (3) A2
          • Simple Past – was/were mixed A2
          • Simple Past – regular verbs (1) A1
          • Simple Past – regular verbs (2) A1
          • Simple Past – regular verbs (3) A1
          • Simple Past – regular verbs (4) A2
          • Simple Past – regular verbs (5) A2
          • Simple Past – irregular verbs (1) A1
          • Simple Past – irregular verbs (2) A1
          • Simple Past – irregular verbs (3) A1
          • Simple Past – regular and irregular verbs
          • Simple Past – affirmative (1) A1
          • Simple Past – affirmative (2) A1
          • Simple Past – negative (1) A1
          • Simple Past – negative (2) A1
          • Simple Past – negative (3) A2
          • Simple Past – negative (4) A1
          • Simple Past – positive or negative? A2
          • Simple Past – questions (1) A1
          • Simple Past – questions (2) A1
          • Simple Past – questions (3) A2
          • Simple Past – questions (4) A1
          • Simple Past – positives, negatives and questions B1
          • Simple Past – questions and short answers A2
          • Simple Past – wh – questions (1) A2
          • Simple Past – wh – questions (2) A2
          • Simple Past – wh – questions (3) A2
          • Simple Past – mixed (2) A2
          • Simple Past – one-off past actions (1) A1
          • Simple Past – one-off past actions (2) A1
          • Simple Past – repeated past actions A1
          • Simple Past – one off/repeated actions A1
          • Simple Past – successive actions A1
          • Simple Past – interruptions B1
          • Simple Past – second conditional B1
          • Simple Past – telling stories (1) A2
          • Simple Past – telling stories (2) A1
          • Simple Past – Tom and Nancy B1
          • Simple Past – Salma and Fran A2
          • Simple Past – Holly and Joe A2
          • Simple Past – Chanel the parrot A2
          • Simple Past – Amelia Earhart A2
          • Simple Past – Katherine G. Johnson B2
      • Le prétérit continu ou en be + ing – La conjugaison anglaise
        • Prétérit continu – Exercice en libre accès
        • Past Progressive – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Past Progressive – spelling test A2
          • Past Progressive – was/were A2
          • Past Progressive – affirmative (1) A2
          • Past Progressive – affirmative (2) A2
          • Past Progressive – negative (1) B1
          • Past Progressive – negative (2) B1
          • Past Progressive – negative (3) A2
          • Past Progressive – questions B1
          • Past Progressive – positives, negatives, questions (1) B1
          • Past Progressive – positives, negatives, questions (2) B1
          • Past Progressive – short answers B1
          • Past Progressive – question words (1) B1
          • Past Progressive – question words (2) A2
          • Past Progressive – dialogue A2
          • Past Progressive – actions in progress (1) B1
          • Past Progressive – actions in progress (2) A2
          • Past Progressive – simultaneous actions (1) B1
          • Past Progressive – simultaneous actions (2) A2
          • Past Progressive – interrupted action B1
          • Past Progressive – excuses B1
          • Past Progressive – setting the scene A2
          • Past Progressive – graduation day A2
          • Past Progressive – an interrogation A2
      • Le present perfect simple – La conjugaison anglaise
        • Present perfect simple – Exercice en libre accès
        • Present Perfect Simple – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Present Perfect Simple – regular verbs A2
          • Present Perfect Simple – irregular verbs (1) A2
          • Present Perfect Simple – irregular verbs (2) A2
          • Present Perfect Simple – contractions: have A2
          • Present Perfect Simple – contractions (2) B1
          • Present Perfect Simple – positive sentences (1) A2
          • Present Perfect Simple – positive sentences (2) A2
          • Present Perfect Simple – negatives (1) A2
          • Present Perfect Simple – negatives (2) A2
          • Present Perfect Simple – questions (1) A2
          • Present Perfect Simple – questions (2) A2
          • Present Perfect Simple – questions and short answers B1
          • Present Perfect Simple – mixed sentences (1) B1
          • Present Perfect Simple – mixed sentences (2) B1
          • Present Perfect Simple – mixed sentences (3) A2
          • Present Perfect Simple – ever/never (1) B1
          • Present Perfect Simple – ever/never (2) A2
          • Present Perfect Simple – ever/never (3) A2
          • Present Perfect Simple – ever/never (4) A2
          • Present Perfect Simple – experiences B1
          • Present Perfect Simple – recently completed actions B1
          • Present Perfect Simple – influence on the present B1
          • Present Perfect Simple – actions without time markers B1
          • Present Perfect Simple – just/already/yet (1) B1
          • Present Perfect Simple – just/already/yet (2) B1
          • Present Perfect Simple – just/already/yet (3) A2
          • Present Perfect Simple – just/already/yet (4) B1
          • Present Perfect Simple – been/gone (1) B1
          • Present Perfect Simple – been/gone (2) B1
          • Present Perfect Simple – mixed (2) B1
          • Present Perfect Simple – dialogue (1) B1
          • Present Perfect Simple – dialogue (2) B1
          • Present Perfect Simple – Technical Difficulties B2
      • Le present perfect continu ou en be + ing – La conjugaison anglaise
        • Present perfect continu – Exercice en libre accès
        • Present Perfect Progressive – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Present Perfect Progressive – have or has A2
          • Present Perfect Progressive – spelling test B1
          • Present Perfect Progressive – affirmative (1) B1
          • Present Perfect Progressive – affirmative (2) B1
          • Present Perfect Progressive – negative (1) B1
          • Present Perfect Progressive – negative (2) B1
          • Present Perfect Progressive – questions (1) B1
          • Present Perfect Progressive – questions (2) B1
          • Present Perfect Progressive – questions (3) B1
          • Present Perfect Progressive – short answers B1
          • Present Perfect Progressive – mixed (2) B1
          • Present Perfect Progressive – for/since B1
          • Present Perfect Progressive – How long? B2
          • Present Perfect Progressive – recently completed actions B2
          • Present Perfect Progressive – single continuing action (1) B2
          • Present Perfect Progressive – single continuing action (2) B2
          • Present Perfect Progressive – repeated actions B2
      • Le past perfect simple – La conjugaison anglaise
        • Past perfect simple – Exercice en libre accès
        • Past Perfect Simple – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Past Perfect Simple – regular verbs A2
          • Past Perfect Simple – irregular verbs A2
          • Past Perfect Simple – affirmative (1) A2
          • Past Perfect Simple – affirmative (2) B1
          • Past Perfect Simple – negative (1) B1
          • Past Perfect Simple – negative (2) B1
          • Past Perfect Simple – questions (1) B1
          • Past Perfect Simple – questions (2) B1
          • Past Perfect Simple – mixed (1) B1
          • Past Perfect Simple – mixed (2) B1
          • Past Perfect Simple – before a time in the past B2
          • Past Perfect Simple – third conditional B2
      • Le past perfect continu ou en be + ing – La conjugaison anglaise
        • Past perfect continu – Exercice en libre accès
        • Past Perfect Progressive – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Past Perfect Progressive – spelling test B2
          • Past Perfect Progressive – affirmative B2
          • Past Perfect Progressive – negative B2
          • Past Perfect Progressive – interrogative B2
          • Past Perfect Progressive – mixed (1) B1
          • Past Perfect Progressive – mixed (2) B2
          • Past Perfect Progressive – mixed (3) B2
          • Past Perfect Progressive – positives, negatives & questions B2
          • Past Perfect Progressive – interrupted actions B2
          • Past Perfect Progressive – completed actions B2
          • Past Perfect Progressive – incomplete actions B2
          • Past Perfect Progressive – in use B2
      • will + infinitif – Exprimer le futur simple en anglais
        • Futur simple : will – Exercice en libre accès
        • Future Simple (will) – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Future Simple (will) – contractions A2
          • Future Simple (will) – affirmative (1) A2
          • Future Simple (will) – affirmative (2) A2
          • Future Simple (will) – affirmative (3) A2
          • Future Simple (will) – negative (1) A2
          • Future Simple (will) – negative (2) A2
          • Future Simple (will) – questions (1) A2
          • Future Simple (will) – questions (2) A2
          • Future Simple (will) – questions (3) A2
          • Future Simple (will) – mixed (1) A2
          • Future Simple (will) – mixed (2) A2
          • Future Simple (will) – The World in 50 Years A2
          • Future Simple (will) – spontaneous decisions B1
          • Future Simple (will) – opinions, hopes, predictions B1
          • Future Simple (will) – promises B1
          • Future Simple (will) – offers and requests B1
          • Future Simple (will) – first conditional B1
      • be going to – Exprimer le futur proche en anglais
        • Future proche : going to – Exercice en libre accès
        • Future Simple (going to) – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Future Simple (going to) – affirmative (1) A2
          • Future Simple (going to) – affirmative (2) B1
          • Future Simple (going to) – negative (1) A2
          • Future Simple (going to) – negative (2) B1
          • Future Simple (going to) – yes/no questions A2
          • Future Simple (going to) – wh – questions A2
          • Future Simple (going to) – mixed (1) A2
          • Future Simple (going to) – mixed (2) A2
          • Future Simple (going to) – mixed (3) B1
          • Future Simple (going to) – future plans B1
          • Future Simple (going to) – logical conclusions (1) B1
          • Future Simple (going to) – logical conclusions (2) B1
          • Future Simple (going to) – review B1
      • will be + -ing – Exprimer le futur continu en anglais
        • Futur continu – Exercice en libre accès
        • Future Progressive – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Future Progressive – spelling test B1
          • Future Progressive – affirmative B1
          • Future Progressive – negative B1
          • Future Progressive – questions B2
          • Future Progressive – mixed (1) B1
          • Future Progressive – mixed (2) B1
          • Future Progressive – actions in progress B1
          • Future Progressive – future events B2
      • Le future perfect simple – Exprimer le futur simple en anglais
        • Future perfect simple – Exercice en libre accès
        • Future Perfect Simple – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Future Perfect Simple – test (regular verbs) B2
          • Future Perfect Simple – test (irregular verbs) B2
          • Future Perfect Simple – affirmative B2
          • Future Perfect Simple – negative B2
          • Future Perfect Simple – questions B2
          • Future Perfect Simple – completed actions B2
          • Future Perfect Simple – predictions B2
      • Le future perfect continu – Exprimer le futur simple en anglais
        • Future perfect continu – Exercice en libre accès
        • Future Perfect Progressive – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Future Perfect Progressive – positive sentences (1) C1
          • Future Perfect Progressive – positive sentences (2) C1
          • Future Perfect Progressive – negative sentences (1) C1
          • Future Perfect Progressive – negative sentences (2) C1
          • Future Perfect Progressive – questions (1) C1
          • Future Perfect Progressive – questions (2) C1
          • Future Perfect Progressive – mixed sentences C1
          • Future Perfect Progressive – actions in progress in the future C1
          • Future Perfect Progressive – assumptions about the past C1
      • Les verbes irréguliers anglais – La conjugaison anglaise
        • Verbes irréguliers – Exercice en libre accès
        • Irregular Verbs – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Irregular Verbs – Extra Practise A1
          • Irregular Verbs – Type 2 Conjugation A1
          • Irregular Verbs – Type 3 Conjugation A1
          • Irregular Verbs – Conjugation (1) A1
          • Irregular Verbs – Past Simple A2
          • Irregular Verbs – Conjugation (2) B1
          • Irregular Verbs – Present Perfect Questions B1
          • Irregular Verbs – Passive Sentences (1) B1
          • Irregular Verbs – Text Completion (1) B1
          • Irregular Verbs – Passive Sentences (2) B2
          • Irregular Verbs – Text Completion (2) B2
          • Irregular Verbs – Sentences C1
    • Comparaison des temps anglais – La conjugaison anglaise
      • La différence entre le présent simple et le présent continu en anglais
        • Présent simple/Présent continu – Exercice en libre accès
        • Simple Present/Present Progressive – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Simple Present – Present Progressive: comparison 1 A2
          • Simple Present – Present Progressive: comparison 2 B1
          • Simple Present – Present Progressive: comparison 3 B1
          • Simple Present – Present Progressive (1) A2
          • Simple Present – Present Progressive (2) A2
          • Simple Present – Present Progressive: Business Partners A2
          • Simple Present – Present Progressive: questions A2
          • Simple Present – Present Progressive: Meet Melanie A2
          • Simple Present – Present Progressive (4) B1
          • Simple Present – Present Progressive (5) B1
          • Simple Present – Present Progressive (6) B1
          • Simple Present – Present Progressive (7) B2
          • Simple Present – Present Progressive (8) B2
      • La différence entre le présent simple et le present perfect continu en anglais
        • Présent simple/Present perfect continu – Exercice en libre accès
        • Simple Present/Present Perfect Progressive – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Simple Present – Present Perfect Progressive (1) B1
          • Simple Present – Present Perfect Progressive (2) B1
          • Simple Present – Present Perfect Progressive (3) B1
          • Simple Present – Present Perfect Progressive (4) B1
      • La différence entre le present perfect simple et le present perfect continu en anglais
        • Present perfect simple/continu – Exercice en libre accès
        • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – positive (1) B2
          • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – positive (2) B2
          • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – negative B2
          • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – questions (1) B2
          • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – questions (2) B2
          • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – questions (3) B2
          • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – mixed B2
          • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – completed or in progress? B2
          • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – non-progressive verbs B2
          • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – verbs with another meaning B2
          • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – review B1
          • Present Perfect Simple/Progressive – Mixed Sentences B2
      • La différence entre le prétérit simple et le prétérit continu en anglais
        • Prétérit simple/continu – Exercice en libre accès
        • Simple Past/Past Progressive – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Simple Past – Past Progressive (1) A2
          • Simple Past – Past Progressive (2) A2
          • Simple Past – Past Progressive (3) A2
          • Simple Past – Past Progressive (4) A2
          • Simple Past – Past Progressive (5) B1
          • Simple Past – Past Progressive (6) B1
          • Simple Past – Past Progressive (7) B1
          • Simple Past – Past Progressive (8) B1
          • Simple Past – Past Progressive: ongoing vs. newly occurring B1
          • Simple Past – Past Progressive: sequential vs. simultaneous B1
          • Simple Past – Past Progressive: dialogues (1) B1
          • Simple Past – Past Progressive: dialogues (2) B1
          • Simple Past – Past Progressive: dialogues B1
          • Simple Past – Past Progressive: a nightmare journey B1
          • Simple Past – Past Progressive – The Case of the Missing Pearl B1
          • Simple Past – Past Progressive: A Ghostly Encounter C1
          • Simple Past – Past Progressive: Pickpocketed C1
      • La différence entre le prétérit simple et le present perfect simple en anglais
        • Prétérit simple/Present perfect simple – Exercice en libre accès
        • Simple Past/Present Perfect Simple – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple: comparison 1 B1
          • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple: comparison 2 B1
          • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple: comparison 3 B1
          • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple (1) B1
          • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple (2) B1
          • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple (3) B1
          • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple (4) B1
          • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple (5) B1
          • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple (6) B1
          • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple (7) B2
          • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple (8) B2
          • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple – J.K. Rowling B1
          • Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple – Cristiano Ronaldo B1
      • La différence entre le prétérit simple et le past perfect en anglais
        • Prétérit simple/Past perfect – Exercice en libre accès
        • Simple Past/Past Perfect – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Simple Past – Past Perfect Simple (1) B1
          • Simple Past – Past Perfect Simple (2) B1
          • Simple Past – Past Perfect Simple (3) B1
          • Simple Past – Past Perfect Simple (4) B1
          • Simple Past – Past Perfect Simple (5) B1
          • Simple Past – Past Perfect Simple: order of events B1
          • Simple Past – Past Perfect Simple: signal words B1
          • Simple Past – Past Perfect Simple: a mystery caller B1
          • Simple Past – Past Perfect Simple: a ghost on the beach? B1
      • Comparaison des temps du présent en anglais
        • Les temps du présent – Exercice en libre accès
        • Present Tenses – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Present Tenses – A Flat Tyre B1
          • Present Tenses – At the Ice-cream Parlour B1
          • Present Tenses – Meet Emma B1
          • Present Tenses – The World Beard and Moustache Championships B1
          • Present Tenses – Rita and Dylan B1
          • Present Tenses – mixed B2
          • Present Tenses – The Finnegan Family B2
          • Present Tenses – The National Spelling Bee B2
          • Present Tenses – Coffee Crazy Indonesia B2
          • Present Tenses – The Pet Hotel B2
      • Comparaison des temps du passé en anglais
        • Les temps du passé – Exercice en libre accès
        • Past Tenses – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Past Tenses – find the mistake B1
          • Past Tenses – an engagement B1
          • Past Tenses – last weekend B1
          • Past Tenses – when I was a child … B1
          • Past Tenses – a family Christmas card B1
          • Past Tenses – dream home or haunted house? B2
          • Past Tenses – telling stories (1) B2
          • Past Tenses – telling stories (2) B2
          • Past Tenses – telling stories (3) B2
          • Past Tenses – David Bowie B2
          • Past Tenses – James Cook (1728 – 1779) B2
          • Past Tenses – Ellis Island B2
          • Past Tenses – The East India Trading Company B2
          • Past Tenses – The Eurovision Song Contest B2
          • Past Tenses – The Stolen Masterpiece C1
      • Comparaison des temps du futur en anglais
        • Les temps du futur – Exercice en libre accès
        • Future Tenses – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Future Tenses – will or going to (1) B1
          • Future Tenses – will or going to (2) B1
          • Future Tenses – will or going to (3) B1
          • Future Tenses – will or going to (4) B1
          • Future Tenses – present simple or progressive (1) B1
          • Future Tenses – present simple or progressive (2) B1
          • Future Tenses – present simple or progressive (3) B1
          • Future Tenses – present simple or progressive (4) B1
          • Future Tenses – simple present or will B1
          • Future Tenses – our next holiday B1
          • Future Tenses – when I grow up … B1
          • Future Tenses – Rachel’s plans for the future B2
          • Future Tenses – talking about plans (1) B2
          • Future Tenses – talking about plans (2) B2
          • Future Tenses – talking about plans (3) B2
          • Future Tenses – mixed (1) B2
          • Future Tenses – mixed (2) B2
          • Future Tenses – mixed (3) B2
    • Les verbes – La conjugaison anglaise
      • Les auxiliaires dans la conjugaison anglaise
        • Auxiliaires – Exercice en libre accès
        • Auxiliary Verbs – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Auxiliary Verb or Main Verb – be A2
          • Auxiliary Verb or Main Verb – do A2
          • Auxiliary Verb or Main Verb – have A2
          • Auxiliary Verb or Main Verb – mixed (1) A2
          • Auxiliary Verb or Main Verb – mixed (2) A2
          • Auxiliary Verbs – do/have (1) A2
          • Auxiliary Verbs – do/have (2) A2
          • Auxiliary Verbs – be/do/have (1) A2
          • Auxiliary Verbs – be/do/have (2) B1
          • Auxiliary Verbs – negative sentences (1) A1
          • Auxiliary Verbs – negative sentences (2) A2
          • Auxiliary Verbs – negative sentences (3) B1
          • Auxiliary Verbs – questions (1) A1
          • Auxiliary Verbs – questions (2) A2
          • Auxiliary Verbs – questions (3) B1
      • Les verbes modaux dans la conjugaison anglaise
        • Modaux – Exercice en libre accès
        • Modal Verbs – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Modal Verbs – can/could A2
          • Modal Verbs – can/could/be able to B1
          • Modal Verbs – can/may B1
          • Modal Verbs – must/have to/mustn’t/not allowed to B1
          • Modal Verbs – will/shall B1
          • Modal Verbs and Alternatives (1) B2
          • Modal Verbs and Alternatives (2) B2
          • Modal Verbs – negatives (1) A2
          • Modal Verbs – negative (2) B1
          • Modal Verbs – questions B1
          • Modal Verbs for Ability A2
          • Modal Verbs for Advice (1) A2
          • Modal Verbs for Advice (2) B1
          • Past Modals for Deduction (1) C1
          • Past Modals for Deduction (2) C1
      • Infinitif ou gérondif – Les différences d’emploi en anglais
        • Infinitif/Gérondif – Exercice en libre accès
        • Infinitive/Gerund – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Gerund as the subject of a sentence A1
          • Infinitive or gerund after verbs (1) A1
          • Infinitive or gerund after verbs (2) B1
          • Infinitive or gerund after verbs (3) B1
          • Infinitive or gerund after verbs (4) B1
          • Infinitive with or without to A2
          • Infinitive or gerund after adjectives (1) A2
          • Infinitive or gerund after adjectives (2) B1
          • Infinitive or gerund after nouns B1
          • Expressions with infinitive or gerund B2
      • Les participes en anglais : présent, passé et perfect
        • Participes – Exercice en libre accès
        • Participles – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Participles – present & past A2
          • Participles – present A2
          • Participles – past A2
          • Participles – present or past (1) A2
          • Participles – present or past (2) B1
          • Participles – perfect (active voice) B2
          • Participles – perfect (passive voice) B2
      • Les verbes à particule en anglais
        • Verbes à particules – Exercice en libre accès
        • Phrasal Verbs – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Phrasal verbs and particles A2
          • Phrasal verbs – on/off (1) A2
          • Phrasal verbs – on/off (2) B1
          • Phrasal verbs – down/up B1
          • Phrasal verbs – in/out B1
          • Phrasal verbs – away/back/forward B1
          • Phrasal verbs – separable/inseparable (1) B1
          • Phrasal verbs – separable/inseparable (2) B1
          • Phrasal verbs with different meanings B2
          • Phrasal verbs – mixed B2
          • Phrasal Verbs – open cloze C1
      • La voix passive – La conjugaison anglaise
        • Passif – Exercice en libre accès
        • Passive Voice – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Passive voice in simple present (1) A2
          • Passive voice in simple present (2) A2
          • Passive voice in simple present (3) A2
          • Passive voice in simple present (4) A2
          • Passive voice in simple present (5) A2
          • Passive voice in simple present: Bonfire Night A2
          • Passive voice in simple present: Vietnamese New Year B1
          • Passive voice in simple present: active to passive (1) A2
          • Passive voice in simple present: active to passive (2) A2
          • Passive voice in simple past (1) A2
          • Passive voice in simple past (2) A2
          • Passive voice in simple past (3) A2
          • Passive voice in simple past (4) A2
          • Passive voice in simple past: active to passive (1) A2
          • Passive voice in simple past: active to passive (2) A2
          • Passive voice in simple past: Shipwrecked B1
          • Passive voice: simple present vs. simple past (1) A2
          • Passive voice: simple present vs. simple past (2) A2
          • Passive voice: simple present vs. simple past (3) B1
          • Passive voice in present progressive (1) B1
          • Passive voice in present progressive (2) B1
          • Passive voice in present progressive (3) B1
          • Passive voice in past progressive (1) B1
          • Passive voice in past progressive (2) B1
          • Passive voice in past progressive (3) B1
          • Passive voice in present perfect simple (1) B2
          • Passive voice in present perfect simple (2) B2
          • Passive voice in present perfect simple (3) B2
          • Passive voice in present perfect simple (4) B2
          • Passive voice in present perfect simple (5) B1
          • Passive voice in past perfect (1) B2
          • Passive voice in past perfect (2) B2
          • Passive voice in past perfect (3) B2
          • Passive voice in past tenses B1
          • Passive voice in future simple B1
          • Passive voice in future perfect B2
          • Passive voice in future tenses B2
          • Passive infinitive (1) B2
          • Passive infinitive (2) B1
          • Passive voice – perfect infinitive (1) C1
          • Passive voice – perfect infinitive (2) C1
          • Passive voice – sentences with 2 objects (1) B1
          • Passive voice – sentences with 2 objects (2) B1
          • Passive voice – sentences with 2 objects (3) B2
          • Passive voice – sentences with 2 objects (4) B2
          • Passive voice – sentences with 2 objects (5) B2
          • Passive voice: impersonal passive with it B2
          • Passive voice: personal passive (1) B2
          • Passive voice: personal passive (2) B2
          • Passive voice – personal & impersonal passive C1
          • Passive voice mixed (1) B2
          • Passive voice mixed (2) B2
          • Passive voice mixed (3) C1
          • Active or passive – Hadrian’s Wall C1
      • L’impératif – La conjugaison anglaise
        • Impératif – Exercice en libre accès
        • Imperative – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Imperative commands – at the beach (positive) A2
          • Imperative – puppy school (positive) A2
          • Imperative – a recipe (positive) B1
          • Imperative – at school (negative) A2
          • Imperative – in the gym (negative) A2
          • Imperative – positive and negative (1) A2
          • Imperative – positive and negative (2) A2
      • Le subjonctif – La conjugaison anglaise
      • Les 50 verbes anglais les plus fréquents
      • Les verbes irréguliers anglais – La conjugaison anglaise
        • Verbes irréguliers – Exercice en libre accès
        • Irregular Verbs – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Irregular Verbs – Extra Practise A1
          • Irregular Verbs – Type 2 Conjugation A1
          • Irregular Verbs – Type 3 Conjugation A1
          • Irregular Verbs – Conjugation (1) A1
          • Irregular Verbs – Past Simple A2
          • Irregular Verbs – Conjugation (2) B1
          • Irregular Verbs – Present Perfect Questions B1
          • Irregular Verbs – Passive Sentences (1) B1
          • Irregular Verbs – Text Completion (1) B1
          • Irregular Verbs – Passive Sentences (2) B2
          • Irregular Verbs – Text Completion (2) B2
          • Irregular Verbs – Sentences C1
    • Conjugaison des verbes anglais
    • Les noms dans la grammaire anglaise
    • Les articles définis et indéfinis en anglais – the, a/an
      • Articles – Exercice en libre accès
      • Articles – Exercices Lingolia Plus
        • Articles – a/an (1) A1
        • Articles – a/an (2) A2
        • Articles – a/an (3) B1
        • Articles – a/an/the A1
        • Articles – a/an/the/no article A2
        • Articles – the/no article A2
        • Articles – The Tortoise and the Hare B1
        • Articles – Little Red Riding Hood A2
    • Les déterminants et pronoms anglais
      • Les pronoms personnels anglais
        • Pronoms personnels – Exercice en libre accès
        • Personal Pronouns – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Subject Pronouns – singular A1
          • Subject Pronouns – plural A1
          • Subject Pronouns – singular/plural A1
          • Object Pronouns – singular A1
          • Object Pronouns – plural A1
          • Object Pronouns – singular/plural A1
          • Personal Pronouns – table A1
          • Personal Pronouns – subject or object (1) A1
          • Personal Pronouns – subject or object (2) A2
          • Personal Pronouns – subject or object (3) A2
      • Les déterminants et pronoms possessifs anglais
        • Déterminants et pronoms possessifs – Exercice en libre accès
        • Possessive Pronouns and Determiners – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Possessive Determiners (1) A1
          • Possessive Determiners (2) A1
          • Possessive Determiners (3) A1
          • Possessive Pronouns (1) A2
          • Possessive Pronouns (2) A2
          • Possessive Pronouns (3) A2
          • Possessive pronouns and determiners – table A2
          • Possessive pronouns and determiners (1) A2
          • Possessive pronouns and determiners (2) A2
      • Les pronoms réfléchis anglais
        • Pronoms réfléchis – Exercice en libre accès
        • Reflexive Pronouns – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Reflexive Pronouns (1) A1
          • Reflexive Pronouns (2) A2
          • Reflexive Pronouns (3) A2
          • Reflexive Pronouns (4) B1
          • Reflexive Pronouns – yourself/yourselves A2
          • Reflexive Pronouns – ourselves/themselves/each other A2
      • Les pronoms relatifs anglais
        • Pronoms relatifs – Exercice en libre accès
        • Relative Pronomen – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Relative Pronouns – who/which (1) A2
          • Relative Pronouns – who/which (2) A2
          • Relative Pronouns – who/whose/whom B2
          • Relative Pronouns – who/which/that B1
          • Relative Pronouns – subject or object (1) B1
          • Relative Pronouns – subject or object (2) B1
          • Relative Pronouns with prepositions B2
          • Relative Pronouns – who/which/whom/that B1
      • Les déterminants démonstratifs anglais
        • Déterminants démonstratifs – Exercice en libre accès
        • Demonstratives – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Demonstrative Pronouns – this/these A1
          • Demonstrative Pronouns – that/those A1
          • Demonstrative Pronouns – this/that A2
          • Demonstrative Pronouns – these/those A2
          • Demonstrative Pronouns – this/that/these/those A2
          • Demonstrative Pronouns – one/ones (1) B1
          • Demonstrative Pronouns – one/ones (2) B1
          • Demonstrative Pronouns – mixed (1) B1
      • Les pronoms indéfinis anglais
        • Pronoms indéfinis – Exercice en libre accès
        • Indefinite Pronouns – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Indefinite Pronouns – something/someone A2
          • Indefinite Pronouns – anything/anyone A2
          • Indefinite Pronouns – everything/everybody A2
          • Indefinite Pronouns – nothing/nobody A2
          • Indefinite Pronouns – some–/any–/no- B1
          • Indefinite Pronouns – any-/no – (1) B1
          • Indefinite Pronouns – any-/no – (2) B1
          • Indefinite Pronouns – any-/every- B1
          • Indefinite Pronouns with they B1
          • Indefinite Pronouns – fairytale B1
          • Indefinite Pronouns – It’s not my job! B1
      • Les quantificateurs indéfinis anglais
        • Quantificateurs indéfinis – Exercice en libre accès
        • Quantifiers – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Quantifiers – much/many/a lot of A2
          • Quantifiers – much/many negatives A2
          • Quantifiers – much/many questions A2
          • Quantifiers – much/many mixed A2
          • Quantifiers – few/little A2
          • Quantifiers – some/any sentences A2
          • Quantifiers – some/any questions A2
          • Quantifiers – quantifiers with of A2
          • Quantifiers – university text B1
          • Quantifiers – cafe text B1
      • Les distributifs anglais : *both, either, neither, every, each, all, none*
        • Distributifs – Exercice en libre accès
        • Distributives – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Distributives – both/both of A2
          • Distributives – either/neither A2
          • Distributives – either of/neither of (1) A2
          • Distributives – either of/neither of (2) A2
          • Distributives – neither in responses B1
          • Distributives – each/every A2
          • Distributives – all/no/none of A2
          • Distributives – distributives with of A2
          • Distributives – friends text A2
    • Les adjectifs dans la grammaire anglaise
      • Adjectifs – Exercice en libre accès
      • Adjectives – Exercices Lingolia Plus
        • Basic Adjectives (vocabulary) A1
        • Adjective Order (1) B1
        • Adjective Order (2) B1
        • Adjective Order (3) B2
        • Gradable Adjectives B1
        • Strong Adjectives (1) B1
        • Strong Adjectives (2) B1
      • La formation des adjectifs anglais
        • Formation des adjectifs – Exercice en libre accès
        • Making Adjectives – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Adjectives from Nouns (1) B1
          • Adjectives from Nouns (2) B1
          • Adjectives from Nouns (3) B1
          • Adjectives from Nouns (4) B1
          • Adjectives from Verbs (1) B1
          • Adjectives from Verbs (2) B1
          • Adjectives from Verbs (3) B1
          • Adjectives from Verbs (4) B1
          • Adjectives with -ed & -ing (1) B1
          • Adjectives with -ed & -ing (2) B1
          • Adjectives with -ed & -ing (3) B1
          • Adjectives with -ed & -ing (4) B1
          • Adjectives with -ed & -ing: A Weekend in Iceland B2
          • Adjectives – Nationalities (1) A1
          • Adjectives – Nationalities (2) A1
          • Adjectives – Opposites (1) B2
          • Adjectives – Opposites (2) B2
          • Adjectives – Opposites (3) B2
      • Le comparatif et le superlatif des adjectifs en anglais
        • Comparatif et superlatif des adjectifs – Exercice en libre accès
        • Comparative/Superlative – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Comparatives & Superlatives: one-syllable adjectives A1
          • Comparatives & Superlatives: multi-syllable adjectives A1
          • Comparatives & Superlatives: regular (1) A1
          • Comparatives & Superlatives: regular (2) A1
          • Comparatives & Superlatives: irregular (1) A2
          • Comparatives & Superlatives: irregular (2) A2
          • Comparatives & Superlatives: irregular (3) A2
          • Comparatives & Superlatives: mixed (1) A2
          • Comparatives & Superlatives: mixed (2) A2
          • Comparative or Superlative? (1) A1
          • Comparative or Superlative? (2) A1
          • Comparative Adjectives (1) A1
          • Comparative Adjectives (2) A1
          • Comparative Adjectives (3) A2
          • Comparative Adjectives (4) A2
          • Comparatives with than (1) A2
          • Comparatives with than (2) A2
          • Comparatives with than (3) A2
          • Comparatives: than + object pronoun B1
          • Comparatives: than + subject pronoun B1
          • Comparatives: than + pronouns B1
          • Comparatives: typical mistakes B1
          • Comparatives with the … the B1
          • Comparatives in a sentence B1
          • Comparatives: Introverts & Extroverts B1
          • Comparisons with as ... as (1) A2
          • Comparisons with as ... as (2) A2
          • Comparisons with as ... as (3) B1
          • Comparisons with as … as (4) B2
          • Comparisons with less … than B1
          • Comparisons with basic adjectives: typical mistakes B1
          • Comparisons with basic adjectives: mixed B1
          • Superlative Adjectives (1) A1
          • Superlative Adjectives (2) A2
          • Superlative Adjectives (3) A2
          • Superlative Adjectives (4) A2
          • Superlatives: facts from around the world (1) A2
          • Superlatives: facts from around the world (2) A2
          • Superlatives & Prepositions (1) B1
          • Superlatives & Prepositions (2) B1
          • Superlatives & Prepositions (3) B1
          • Superlatives & the present perfect (1) B1
          • Superlatives & the present perfect (2) B1
          • Superlatives: The Highlands & Western Isles (Part 1) B2
          • Superlatives: The Highlands & Western Isles (Part 2) B2
          • Basic, comparative & superlative adjectives B1
          • Comparative and Superlative Adjectives – L.A. A2
          • Comparative and Superlative Adjectives – London A2
          • Comparative and Superlative Adjectives – Three Little Pigs A2
          • Comparative & Superlative Adjectives – Elephants B2
          • Comparative & Superlative Adjectives – Copenhagen B1
    • Les adverbes dans la grammaire anglaise
      • Adverbes – Exercice en libre accès
      • Adverbs – Exercices Lingolia Plus
        • Basic Adverbs A2
        • Regular Adverbs A2
        • Irregular Adverbs B1
        • Making Adverbs (1) A2
        • Making Adverbs (2) A2
        • Comparative Adverbs B1
        • Superlative Adverbs B1
        • Comparative and Superlative Adverbs B1
        • Adverbs – mixed A2
    • Les prépositions dans la grammaire anglaise
      • Prépositions – Exercice en libre accès
      • Prepositions – Exercices Lingolia Plus
        • Prepositions of Time – in/at/on A1
        • Prepositions of Time – for/since/ago B1
        • Prepositions of Time – mixed (1) B1
        • Prepositions of Time – mixed (2) B1
        • Prepositions of Place – in/at/on A1
        • Prepositions of Place – mixed (1) A2
        • Prepositions of Place – mixed (2) A2
        • Prepositions of Place – mixed (3) A2
        • Prepositions – other B1
        • Prepositions – time/place/other A1
        • Prepositions – open cloze C1
    • La construction de la phrase anglaise – La syntaxe
      • L’ordre des mots dans les phrases affirmatives et négatives anglaises
        • Phrase affirmative – Exercice en libre accès
        • Declarative Sentences – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Declarative Sentences – sentence components (1) A1
          • Declarative Sentences – sentence components (2) A2
          • Declarative Sentences – word order (1) A1
          • Declarative Sentences – word order (2) A2
          • Declarative Sentences – word order (3) A2
          • Declarative Sentences – word order (4) B1
          • Declarative Sentences – word order (5) A2
          • Declarative Sentences – dependent clauses B1
      • La négation en anglais – Construire des phrases négatives
        • Phrase négative – Exercice en libre accès
        • Negation – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Negation (1) A2
          • Negation (2) B1
          • Negation – auxiliary verbs (1) A1
          • Negation – auxiliary verbs (2) A2
          • Negation – have/have got A2
          • Negation – which auxiliary verb? (1) A2
          • Negation – which auxiliary verb? (2) B1
          • Negation – simple present A1
          • Negation – simple past A1
          • Negation – present progressive A1
          • Negation – past progressive B1
          • Negation – present perfect B1
          • Negation – past perfect B2
          • Negation – future tenses B2
      • La phrase interrogative en anglais – L’ordre des mots
        • Phrase interrogative – Exercice en libre accès
        • Questions – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Questions (1) A1
          • Questions (2) A2
          • Yes/No Questions (1) A1
          • Yes/No Questions (2) B1
          • Yes/No Questions (3) B1
          • Wh – Questions (1) A1
          • Wh – Questions (2) A2
          • Wh – Questions (3) A2
          • Wh – Questions (4) B1
          • Questions with have A2
          • Questions with what or which A2
          • Subject Questions with who/what B1
          • Questions with who/what B1
      • Les « question tags » dans la grammaire anglaise
        • Question tags – Exercice en libre accès
        • Question Tags – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Question Tags with be A1
          • Question Tags with do A2
          • Question Tags with have A2
          • Positive Question Tags B1
          • Negative Question Tags B1
          • Positive Question Tags (2) B1
          • Negative Question Tags (2) B1
          • Question Tags – mixed B1
      • Les réponses courtes dans la grammaire anglaise
      • Les conjonctions de coordination et de subordination anglaises
        • Conjonctions – Exercice en libre accès
        • Conjunctions – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Coordinating Conjunctions A2
          • Correlative Conjunctions B2
          • Conjunctions – word order B2
          • Subordinating Conjunctions – mixed B1
          • Subordinating Conjunctions – reason B1
          • Subordinating Conjunctions – contrast (although/whereas) B1
          • Subordinating Conjunctions – contrast (though/while) B1
          • Subordinating Conjunctions – purpose B1
          • Subordinating Conjunctions – condition (1) B1
          • Subordinating Conjunctions – condition (2) B1
          • Subordinating Conjunctions – time B1
          • Conjunctions – mixed (1) B2
          • Conjunctions – mixed (2) B2
      • La proposition participiale en anglais
        • Proposition participiale – Exercice en libre accès
        • Participle Clauses – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Participle Clauses – present participle (1) B2
          • Participle Clauses – present participle (2) B2
          • Participle Clauses – past participle B2
          • Participle Clauses – perfect participle B2
          • Participle Clauses – active and passive B2
          • Participle Clauses – mixed B1
      • Les phrases conditionnelles en anglais
        • Phrases conditionnelles – Exercice en libre accès
        • Conditionals – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Conditionals – comparing conditionals (1) B2
          • Conditionals – comparing conditionals (2) C1
          • Conditionals – comparing conditionals (3) C1
          • Conditionals – comparing conditionals (4) C1
        • Le conditionnel zéro en anglais
        • Le conditionnel de type 1 en anglais
          • Conditionnel type 1 – Exercice en libre accès
          • First Conditional – Exercices Lingolia Plus
            • First Conditional – multiple choice A2
            • First Conditional – correct or incorrect? A2
            • First Conditional – mixed (1) A2
            • First Conditional – mixed (2) A2
            • First Conditional – questions A2
            • First Conditional – mixed (3) A2
            • First Conditional – if vs. when B1
            • First Conditional – superstitions B1
            • First Conditional – offers and promises A2
            • First Conditional – consequences and warnings B1
            • First Conditional – review B1
            • First Conditional – dialogue B1
            • First vs. Zero Conditional B1
        • Le conditionnel de type 2 en anglais
          • Conditionnel type 2 – Exercice en libre accès
          • Second Conditional – Exercices Lingolia Plus
            • Second Conditional – multiple choice B1
            • Second Conditional – word order B1
            • Second Conditional – if-clauses & main clauses A2
            • Second Conditional – mixed sentences (1) B1
            • Second Conditional – hypothetical questions B1
            • Second Conditional – mixed sentences (2) B1
            • Second Conditional – mixed sentences (3) A2
            • Second Conditional – giving advice B1
            • Second Conditional – imagining life as different B1
            • Second Conditional – making excuses B1
            • Second Conditional – modal verbs B1
            • Second Conditional – review (1) B1
            • Second Conditional – dialogue B1
            • Second vs. First Conditional (1) B1
            • Second vs. First Conditional (2) B1
        • Le conditionnel de type 3 en anglais
          • Conditionnel type 3 – Exercice en libre accès
          • Third Conditional – Exercices Lingolia Plus
            • Third Conditional – multiple choice (1) B1
            • Third Conditional – multiple choice (2) B1
            • Third Conditional – if-clauses & main clauses B1
            • Third Conditional – sentences (1) B1
            • Third Conditional – sentences (2) B1
            • Third Conditional – negative sentences B1
            • Third Conditional – sentences (3) B1
            • Third Conditional – sentences (4) B1
            • Third Conditional – looking back B1
            • Third Conditional – giving feedback and criticism B1
            • Third Conditional – reimagining the past B1
            • Third Conditional – dialogue B1
            • Third vs. Second Conditional (1) B2
            • Third vs. Second Conditional (2) B2
        • Le conditionnel mixte en anglais
          • Conditionnel mixte – Exercice en libre accès
          • Mixed Conditionals – Exercices Lingolia Plus
            • Mixed Conditionals – multiple choice (1) C1
            • Mixed Conditionals – multiple choice (2) C1
            • Mixed Conditionals – sentences (1) C1
            • Mixed Conditionals – sentences (2) C1
            • Mixed Conditionals – dialogue C1
            • Mixed Conditionals – comparing conditionals (1) C1
            • Mixed Conditionals – comparing conditionals (2) C1
            • Mixed Conditionals – comparing conditionals (3) C1
            • Mixed Conditionals – comparing conditionals (4) C1
        • L’inversion sujet/verbe dans les phrases conditionnelles anglaises
          • Inversion sujet/verbe – Exercice en libre accès
          • Inverted Conditionals – Exercices Lingolia Plus
            • Inverted Conditionals – multiple choice (1) C1
            • Inverted Conditionals – multiple choice (2) C1
            • Inverted Conditionals – 1st conditional sentence transformation (1) C1
            • Inverted Conditionals – 1st conditional sentence transformation (2) C1
            • Inverted Conditionals – 3rd conditional sentence transformation (1) C1
            • Inverted Conditionals – 3rd conditional sentence transformation (2) C1
            • Inverted Conditionals – word order C1
        • Les conjonctions de subordination dans les phrases conditionnelles anglaises
          • Conjonctions de subordination – Exercice en libre accès
          • Conditional Conjunctions – Exercices Lingolia Plus
            • Conditional Conjunctions – multiple choice (1) B1
            • Conditional Conjunctions – multiple choice (2) B1
            • Conditional Conjunctions – sentence transformation with unless (1) B1
            • Conditional Conjunctions – sentence transformation with unless (2) B1
        • Les phrases conditionnelles anglaises avec *wish* et *if only*
          • Wish/If only – Exercice en libre accès
          • Wish/if only – Exercices Lingolia Plus
            • Wish/if only – present situations (1) B1
            • Wish/if only – present situations (2) B1
            • Wish/if only – past situations (1) B2
            • Wish/if only – past situations (2) B2
            • Wish/if only – multiple choice (1) B2
            • Wish/if only – multiple choice (2) B2
            • Wish/if only – wishes and regrets B2
            • Wish/if only – expressing annoyance B2
      • La proposition relative en anglais
        • Proposition relative – Exercice en libre accès
        • Relative Clauses – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Relative Clauses – who/which B1
          • Relative Clauses with who/which/whose B1
          • Relative clauses with relative adverbs B2
          • Relative Clauses – contact clauses (1) B1
          • Relative Clauses – defining and non-defining B1
          • Relative clauses – Samuel Johnson B2
          • Relative Clauses – A Holiday in Scotland B2
      • Le discours indirect en anglais
        • Discours indirect – Exercice en libre accès
        • Reported Speech – Exercices Lingolia Plus
          • Reported Speech – pronoun shift B1
          • Reported Speech – place and time B1
          • Reported Speech – tense backshift (1) B2
          • Reported Speech – tense backshift (2) B2
          • Reported Speech – questions (1) B1
          • Reported Speech – questions (2) B2
          • Reported Speech – questions (3) B2
          • Reported Speech – questions (4) B2
          • Reported Speech – questions (5) B2
          • Reported Speech – questions – correct or incorrect? B1
          • Reported Speech – demands and requests (1) B2
          • Reported Speech – demands and requests (2) B2
          • Reported Speech – demands and requests (3) B2
    • Les phrases conditionnelles en anglais
      • Phrases conditionnelles – Exercice en libre accès
      • Conditionals – Exercices Lingolia Plus
        • Conditionals – comparing conditionals (1) B2
        • Conditionals – comparing conditionals (2) C1
        • Conditionals – comparing conditionals (3) C1
        • Conditionals – comparing conditionals (4) C1
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