Test your legal English accuracy

Rich collection of exercises to practice and test your knowledge of legal English accuracy


Even if you use correct terminology, the legal English documents will only be acceptable if they are accurate in every aspect. This page contains a large number of free exercises to test your legal English accuracy. Subscribe for a vast collection fo legal English exercises.




Using prepositions - B2

Using prepositions correctly in legal documents is always a challenge. Put your skills to test based on a contracting agreement.

Opposites - C1

Do you know how to formulate the opposite of refundable? It is irrefundale, non-refundable, inrefundable or disrefundable? More...


Discourse markers - B2

Discourse markers are linking expressions frequently used in legal English text. Check your knowledge of some of them.

Civil Procedure - Prepositions - C1

Prepositions are evergreen problems in legal English documents. Test your knowledge of them in the context of civil procedure.


Time and money expessions - B2

This is an exercise for practicing expressions with the term "time". Insert the appropriate term to create a time expression as guided.

Obligations - B2

Obligations can be expressed in many different ways. Choose which of the following phrases are correct to describe an obligation in a contract.


Choose prepositions - C1

Choose the appropriate preposition in the context of civil procedure.

Matching collocations - B2

This exercise is intended to practice terms related to construction. Match the nouns with the verbs to create a correct collocation as used in contracts.


Opposite using in-un-il-dis - C2

Find the opposite of the adjective.

Usage of articles - B2

The usage of articles can be tricky in corporate documents. This test is designed to practice the usage of articles. Determine which article is necessary, if any.


Matching property law collocations - C1

Which verb collocate with the given noun? You have TWO choices in each case.

Obligations - B2

Obligations can be expressed in many different ways. Choose which of the following phrases are correct to describe an obligation in a contract.


Test your legal English style - C2

Test your legal English style for the use of plain versus archaic English. Choose between the following options. The higher score you achieve the more archaic your drafting style is.