Fitness Pill Quizzes

Vocabulary quiz

Based on fitness pill vocab

1. If you benefit from something, your condition .

2. The opposite of healthy is .

3. Running every day is an example of fitness .

4. When something is "approved" by the government, people are to use it.

5. Many people like to exercise in their time.

Reading comprehension quiz

Based on fitness pill text

1. Which of the following will the fitness pill NOT do? .

2. What was used to test this pill? .

3. True or False? Researchers believe that those who exercise and take the pill will benefit more than those who don't exercise at all.

4. How much exercise is usually recommended by doctors?

5. This pill means professional athletes will .

Grammar quiz

Reread the first paragraph of the fitness pill text. Did you notice any "if" clauses? These are also called "conditionals". Here is a conditionals lesson to help you remember how to use "if" properly in a sentence. After you take the lesson, come back and try to complete the sentences.

Complete the conditional sentence

  1. If you have no energy ...
  2. Exercise for 40 minutes per day if....
  3. If you are worried about your health...
  4. I would use the fitness pill if...
  5. If I was healthier...

Example answers

  1. If you have no energy, go for a walk.
  2. Exercise for 40 minutes per day if you want to have a healthy body.
  3. If you are worried about your health, go to a doctor.
  4. I would use the fitness pill if I had a muscular disease.
  5. If I was healthier, I would join a baseball team.