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Do you know when to use the Past Simple and when to use the Past Continuous? Check out our new #grammar  quiz!
listened; was listening; We often use the Past Continuous to describe two events that were happening in the past at the same time. These events usually continue for some time, rather than being quick or finished events (in which case, we would probably use the Past Simple).
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"What do you like doing in your own time?" or "What do you like doing in your spare time?" Check out our new #speaking  exercise on talking about your hobbies.
have; make; You ''have the time'' or ''get the time'' to do something. (''Make the time'' = find time to do something special or necessary. For example, ''You'll need to make time to study or you might fail the exam.'') 3. You ask, ''Is there anything in particular you're interested __?'' ...
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What do you wear to the beach? Flip-flips or flip-flops? Check out our new quiz on two-word phrases!
Check out our vocabulary page on two-word phrases, then try the quiz! Hint: read aloud both options and then choose the one that sounds the best. Level: Pre-intermediate and above. 1. She wore a pair of flip __ to the beach. flips; flops; Flip-flops are rubber sandals with a thong between your ...
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Can you avoid typical grammar mistakes made by native English speakers? Check out our new quiz!
her; she; After prepositions (for, with, by, from, etc) you need an object (not a subject) form. The object forms are ''me'', ''you'', ''her'', ''him'', ''it'', ''us'', and ''them''. Don't confuse these object forms with the possessive pronouns ''my'', ''your'', ''his'', ''her'', ''Its'', ...
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Get ready for summer with our new #vocabulary  quiz on summer holidays!
guide book; guided visit; tour guide; A guide book gives you lots of information about the place you are visiting, such as things to do and see, hotels and restaurants, etc. A guided visit is when you visit a place of interest with an expert who can tell you all about the place.
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Do you chat to a brick wall, or talk to a brick wall? Check out our new quiz on talking #idioms  
chat; talk; If you chat someone up, you talk to them because you like them. (If you talk something up - for example, you talk up an idea - you praise it because you want someone to agree to your idea.) 2. Please don't __ shop. You're not in the office anymore!
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What do you wear to a formal event? Check out our new quiz on compound nouns for clothes!
Check out our vocabulary page on clothes and shoes, then try the exercise below! Level: Elementary and above. 1. If it's raining outside, wear a rain __ . coat; hood; A raincoat is a light-weight coat that you can wear when it rains. 2. For formal events, men often wear a jacket and __ ...
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Do you keep your pens and pencils in a pencil bag or a pencil case? Check out our new vocabulary exercise on the equipment you need for school!
high-visibility pen; highlighter; A highlighter is a pen in a fluorescent colour. High-visibility (or hi-vis) is the name we give clothes with fluorescent colours that you wear at night. 3. In Maths or Technical Drawing lessons, your teacher can ask you to draw a circle. To do this, you use a __ ...
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Sunny spells or sunny times? Mild weather or soft weather? Check out our new exercise on talking about the weather!
We'll have; We're going to have; We often use the ''going to'' future to talk about events we can predict based on what we see now, in the present. In this example, because we can see dark skies and hear thunder (present evidence) we think a storm is going to happen in the near future.
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We say "french fries" or "cuban cigar". But what other countries or cities are famous for particular things? Check out our new #vocabulary  quiz!
Some places are so famous for particular things that we name the things after the place. For example, we say "french fries" or "Cuban cigar". Check out your knowledge of these famous places in the quiz below! Level: Pre-intermediate and above. 1. He wears a __ hat in summer. morocco ...
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Pass, dribble, dive... What other verbs do you know to describe sports in English?
How can you describe the actions you do in different sports in English? Here's a list of common sports verbs. What you do with a ball (with your hands). pass = throw the ball to another player on your team "Pass the ball quickly!" throw = push the ball into the air with your hands ...
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What's the difference between a novel and a romance? A biography and an autobiography? Check out our new #vocabulary  exercise on books and reading!
prologue; sequel; A ''prologue'' (pronounced ''pro - log'') is an introductory chapter that has some background about the story. For example, a previous event some time before the story starts. A ''sequel'' is a follow-up book. (For example, Jaws 2, Jaws 3 are sequels to the original ''Jaws''.) ...
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