LEARNING ENGLISH

TWO MINUTES AT A TIME

Quizzes

  • Likes and dislikes

    Read the lesson carefully so that it will help you to speak in English while talking about your likes and dislikes. Answer the quiz and score maximum.

  • At the Grocery Store

    It is better to speak English when we buy goods from a Grocery store. Read the script to learn English and answer the questions in the quiz session to get perfect score.

  • Talking about your family

    Speak in English while talking about your family. Just read the script and answer the questions that follow in the quiz session to get perfect score.

  • At the train station

    It is common to travel with train so it is necessary to speak English there. Learn sentences and words that you can use at a train station in the given lesson and answer the quiz questions to get maximum score.

  • Describing things and people

    To describe something in English looks impressive. Learn to speak English while describing something. Read the script carefully and answer the quiz question to get high score.

  • Shopping for Clothes

    Learn to speak in English while shopping clothes. The script will help you to understand the different situations created during shopping. And answer the quiz questions accordingly to obtain high score.

  • At the Supermarket

    We need to speak English while shopping at the supermarket. Learn to speak English by carefully reading the script and answer the questions in the quiz to get maximum score.

  • Going on a hiking trip

    Learn to speak English when you are going on a hiking trip. Read the script carefully answer the questions that follow in the quiz session to get perfect score.

  • Asking for Directions

    Learn to speak English when asking direction. Read the script and answer the quiz session that follow to get high score.

  • Taking a Taxi

    It’s always nice to call a taxi in English. Learn to speak English while calling a taxi. Read the script carefully and answer the question in the quiz to achieve perfect score.

  • Greeting People

    To greet people in a proper manner is a good courtesy. Learn to speak English while greeting someone .Read the script and answer the quiz session to obtain high score.

  • At a Hospital

    We do have to visit hospital sometime and to speak in English is a requirement there. Read the script carefully and score maximum in the quiz that follow.

  • At the Airport

    To speak English at the Airport is a necessity now-a-days. Learn how to speak English at the airport from the given script and play the quiz that follow. To score maximum read the script carefully.

  • Use of Can and Can’t

    It is imperative to use ‘can and can’t’ in our general conversations. Learn the script and answer the questions that follow in the quiz session to obtain maximum score.

  • Meeting someone for the first time.

    “First impression is last impression”, so learn to speak English when meeting someone for the first time. Carefully read the script and answer the questions in the quiz session to get maximum score.

  • Ordering Coffee

    Learn to speak English when ordering coffee. Read the script and test yourself with the quiz session to obtain perfect score.

  • Introducing Yourself in English.

    Here are the ways to introduce yourself. It helps you to feel confident while giving your introduction. This quiz will test you how you've understood the subject. Read the script carefully to get maximum score.

  • Use of Pronouns I, You, He and She

    These pronouns are words used to replace a person’s name. They take the place of one or more nouns and are called pronouns. Try this quiz and test yourself to see how much you’ve understood. Read the script carefully to get a perfect score.

  • Forming questions with Do, Does and Did

    These questions are yes or no questions; that is, they can be answered with a simple yes or no. But do you know how they are to be answered? Try this quiz and test yourself to see how much you’ve understood. Read the script carefully to get a perfect score.

  • How to use ‘is’, ‘Are’ and ‘Am’

    Do you know how to use ‘Is’, ‘Are’ and ‘Am’ in your sentences? Try this quiz and test yourself to see how much you’ve understood. Read the script carefully to get a perfect score.

  • Apostrophes: Possession and Contraction

    An apostrophe is used to show ownership or possession of something. It is also used to fill in for missing letters when we shorten two words by combining them to make a contraction. Try this quiz and test yourself to see how much you’ve understood. Read the script carefully to get a perfect score.

  • Loose, Lose, Loss

    People often get confused while using the word Loose, Lose and Loss. Do you know the difference? Try this quiz and test yourself to see how much you’ve understood. Read the script and vocabulary section carefully to get a perfect score.

  • Introducing Yourself

    Introducing yourself is not as easy as it seems. You need to take into consideration a lot of factors. So how would you introduce yourself in different situations? Try this quiz and test yourself to see how much you’ve understood. Read the script carefully to get a perfect score.

  • Use of the Pronoun ‘It’

    Pronouns are used to replace a person’s name or a thing’s name. "It" is used widely when we are talking about non-living things, but "it" is also used for animals and babies when the sex has not yet been established. Try this quiz and test yourself to see how much you’ve understood. Read the script carefully to get a perfect score.

  • Forming questions with ‘Do, Does and Did’

    Do you know how to frame questions with Do, Does and Did? Try this quiz and test yourself to see how much you’ve understood. Read the script carefully to get a perfect score.

  • What is a verb?

    Verbs are action words. Every sentence must have a subject and a verb. But do you know how they are to be used? Try this quiz and test yourself to see how much you’ve understood. Read the script carefully to get a perfect score.

  • English Phrase ‘Look for’

    To “look for” means to search for something. When you have lost something, or when you need something and you are searching for it, you are looking for it. Try this quiz and test yourself about how much you’ve learnt. Read the script and vocabulary carefully to get a perfect score.

  • Breakfast Time

    Breakfast is the first meal of the day and it should be nutritious and special. You may have certain plans for breakfast some days. How would you let others know about them? Try this quiz and test yourself. Read the script and vocabulary carefully to get a perfect score.

  • Idiom : All ears

    ‘All ears’ means waiting eagerly to listen to something. The meaning of this idiom is to carefully listen to what someone is going to say. But do you know how it is to be used? Try this quiz and test yourself about how much you’ve learnt. Read the script and vocabulary carefully to get a perfect score.

  • Talking about House Chores in English

    House chores are a significant part of our daily routines. Sometimes they can be fun, sometimes they can be a problem. But, the fact is: they cannot be ignored. So, how would you communicate with other family members to talk about the chores that are a part of everyone’s life? Try this quiz and test yourself about how much you’ve learnt. Read the script and vocabulary carefully to get a perfect score.

  • Leaving a Message on the phone in English

    Have you ever called someone and been redirected to an answering machine or a voicemail box? Do you know what to say? Try this quiz and test yourself about how much you’ve learnt. Read the script and vocabulary carefully to get a perfect score.

  • Use of ‘Soon’ and ‘Early’ in English Conversations

    The word ‘Soon’ and ‘Early’ both refer to moments in time. But do you know how to make a comparison in them? Try this quiz and test yourself about how much you’ve learnt. Read the script and vocabulary carefully to get a perfect score.

  • Use of ‘Has to’ and ‘Have to’ in English

    “Has to” and “have to” are used to indicate necessity, certainty or obligation. Their meaning is very similar and is often confused. Do you know how to use them in your sentences? Try this quiz and test yourself about how much you’ve learnt. Read the script and vocabulary carefully to get a perfect score.

  • What is an Adverb?

    Adverbs can tell you where, when, how, why and to what extent something happens. They are used to modify verbs, adjectives or other adverbs in a sentence. But do you know how to use them? Try this quiz and test yourself to check how much you’ve learnt. Read the script carefully and go for a perfect score.

  • What is an Adjective?

    Adjectives can describe people, places, things or ideas. Even colors are adjectives. Try this quiz and test yourself to check how much you’ve learnt. Read the script carefully and go for a perfect score.

  • Talking about Endangered animals in English

    Do you know what do we mean by endangered animals? Try this quiz and test yourself to check how much you’ve learnt. Read the script carefully and go for a perfect score.

  • How to Give Directions in English

    We often get confused when we visit a new place. Trying to locate a place for the first time seems difficult. We need people’s help to reach our destination. But do you know how to do it? Try this quiz and test yourself to check how much you’ve learnt. Read the script carefully and go for a perfect score.

  • What did you do in the Holidays?

    You’ve worked hard all week and finally the weekend is near. It’s time to relax and have fun. You can meet friends, go out, or just relax at home. What do you say to your friends when you make plans to relax and have fun? Try this quiz and test yourself to check how much you’ve learnt. Read the script carefully and go for a perfect score.

  • Time to Relax

    You’ve worked hard all week and finally the weekend is near. It’s time to relax and have fun. You can meet friends, go out, or just relax at home. What do you say to your friends when you make plans to relax and have fun? Try this quiz and test yourself to check how much you’ve learnt. Read the script carefully and go for a perfect score.

  • Hotel conversations in English

    If you are traveling away from home, you’ll need to visit a hotel. You can make the experience very enjoyable if you can communicate with the staff properly and tell them what you need to make your stay comfortable. But do you know the right words that are to be used? Try this quiz and test yourself. Read the script carefully and try to go for a perfect score.