|Add a new lesson / test / 1 lesson per week|
Click here to log in
4 million accounts created!
JOIN our free club and learn English now!
Get a free English lesson every week! 2 MILLION subscribers!
- Our other sites
Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #114455: Fly or Flow/ Live or Leave
Fly or Flow/ Live or Leave
Among the unforgivable confusions of verbs and expressions students tend to mix up and misuse, are the verbs To FLY and To FLOW and the even more elementary To LIVE and To LEAVE. Such mistakes are extremely serious and must be avoided at all cost. They can be quite easily.
1) TO FLY, FLEW, FLOWN = to move through the air, using wings; to take the plane:
To fly the nest= To leave the house A fly => several flies To fly a kite
2) TO FLOW, regular verb, FLOWED, FLOWED .
II) To LIVE? or to LEAVE?
1) To LIVE, regular verb, LIVED, LIVED.
** "On leave = on holiday" has formed many expressions using adjectives or nouns:
Maternity leave - sick leave - annual leave - parental leave - sabbatical leave ...
Leave me alone! To take a French leave To be on leave
Now, you should know the main expressions enabling you to avoid misunderstandings! Good luck!
English exercise "Fly or Flow/ Live or Leave" created by here4u with The test builder
Click here to see the current stats of this English test
Please log in to save your progress.
End of the free exercise to learn English: Fly or Flow/ Live or Leave
A free English exercise to learn English.
Other English exercises on the same topics : Frequent mistakes | Find the word | All our lessons and exercises