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A quick way to expand your active English #vocabulary  is to learn some common synonyms (words that mean the same). Try this quiz to see how many you already know!
Expand your active English vocabulary by using synonyms – words that mean the same. In the quiz below, decide which word is the correct synonym of the word in brackets. Level: Pre-intermediate. 1. He's a very (intelligent) guy. clever; remarkable; Intelligent and clever have similar meanings.
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Quick quiz! If you hear bad news, are you in pieces or in the dumps? Check out our new quiz on saying how happy or sad you feel!
really miserable; really sad; When you hear bad news about another person, you can say that you're sad to hear it. When you're unhappy in your own life, you can say that you're miserable. 7. Your friend is unhappy because he had to sell his car. You say: ''__ At least you don't have to wash it ...
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"How do I get to the supermarket?" or "How will I get to the supermarket?" Check out our new speaking exercise on asking for directions in a town.
where is the town hall? where the town hall is? Remember: if you use an indirect question (''do you know where...''), the word order of the question changes. It's ''do you know where (something) is'', not ''do you know where is (something''. 10. Excuse me! Could you __ me directions for the ...
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It's surprisingly common! My students make this mistake all the time!
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Is your best friend fun or funny? Check out our new exercise on essential English adjectives!
Take a look at our page on essential English adjectives, then choose the best adjective in the sentences below for each holiday postcard. Holiday Postcard 1. Level: Elementary. Hi! 1. We're having an __ time here! amazing; boring; Remember: if the adjective starts with a vowel sound, ...
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One of the most common mistakes in English is to say "I'm agree with you" (rather than "I agree with you".) Check out all these ways to agree and disagree in English!
I'm not quite sure. I'm not real sure. I'm not so sure. You can say ''I'm not so sure'' (but not ''I'm not quite / real sure'' to show that you have a doubt about what someone has said. 8. You are discussing politics with a friend and they say something that you ''half'' agree with. You say: ...
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Do you have difficulty knowing when a sentence is active or passive? This exercise will help you!
Review your knowledge of passive forms in English, then try the quiz below. You need to decide if the sentence is in a passive or active form. Level: PET (B1). 1. We make all the furniture you can see in our shop. Active; Passive; The sentence is active: ''we make the furniture'' (not ''the ...
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NEW! #Speaking  quiz with common questions and answers to keep the conversation going!
What's your address? Whereabouts in Italy? ''Whereabouts'' is a useful question word to mean ''where exactly''. We use it in questions like ''Whereabouts in (name of country) are you from?'' or ''Whereabouts in (name of city / country) do you live?'' 3. Someone asks you where you are from, ...
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Are you studying for the #FCE  exam? Check out our new exercise on noun / adjective formation!
How can you tell when a word is a noun or an adjective? This exercise helps you with the words which are commonly tested in the Use of English paper of the University of Cambridge FCE exam. Level: FCE. 1. You shouldn't smoke. It's bad for your __. health; healthy; ''Health'' is a noun, ...
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Did he "say me" or "tell me" about his new job? Check out our new quiz on how to use the verbs say, tell, speak and talk!
said; spoke; told; We use the verb ''say'' in both direct and indirect English. We follow it with the words that the person spoke. For example: He said, ''How are you?'' (direct speech) or ''He said that he was happy.'' (indirect speech). 2. He __ his brother that he wanted an ice-cream.
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Discover all these different ways to say hello!
There are many different ways to say hello in English. Take a look at our speaking page, then try the exercise below! Level: Elementary and above. 1. You see a friend and say ''Hi! __ are you?'' How; What; Where; ''How are you'' is a very common way to say hello!
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When do you use much, many, more or very in a sentence? Check out our new grammar exercise!
very; Use ''very'' before adjectives to mean ''a lot''. 3. He is __ older than his brother. more; much; very; You can use ''much'' before comparatives to emphasise the difference. (''He is older than'' = 2 years older, for example. ''He is much older than'' = 10 years older, for example.) ...
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Do you want to improve your English speaking? Take a look at our new page: 10 ways to improve your English speaking today!
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