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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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Essential #grammar  - talking about your possessions.
John's; of John; We use the 's to show the possession of a person. (''It's John's book'' or ''it's John's''. If there is more than one person, we use the 's on the final person's name: ''It's John and Jill's car''.) 6. Someone asks you if this is your book. It is, and you say, ''Yes, it's __'' ...
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Check out this quiz on #compound   #nouns  ! (Places in a town)
point; stop; A bus stop = where you wait for the bus. In English towns you can also find a bus shelter, a cover over the bus stop so you don't get wet if it rains! 2. Turn left at the __ lights. green; traffic; Traffic lights = three lights (red, orange, green) which control road traffic.
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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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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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How can you talk about the countryside? Check out this essential #vocabulary  !
Take a look at our page on scenery vocabulary, then try the exercise below! Level: Pre-intermediate and above. 1. Where I live there are lots of hills. Between these, there are __. mountains; valleys; A valley is the low ground between hills. 2. I don't live near a river, but we have a small __ ...
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What can you say when you want to meet up with a friend? Check out our new #speaking  quiz!
What can you say when you want to make an arrangement to see a friend? Try our quiz below to check your knowledge of useful English phrases. Level: Elementary and above. 1. What are you __ on Saturday? doing; going; ''What are you doing'' (but ''where are you going?'') ...
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Check out our new #grammar  quiz on Past Modals!
We use past modals to speculate on past events. Here are some examples: May have / Might have = something possibly happened (but we aren't sure if it did). "They may have left early because of the holiday traffic." (= Maybe they left early…) "They might have taken the train.
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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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