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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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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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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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Make or Do? If you're never sure which verb to use, try our new quiz!
Read the explanations on our vocabulary page about make and do then try the quiz below! Level: Pre-intermediate and above. 1. When he cooks, he always __ a mess in the kitchen! does; makes; You ''make a mess''. 2. He always __ his homework before he goes out.
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What's the difference between can, can't, have to and don't have to?
can; can't; don't have to; Don't have to = no obligation. Be careful with ''don't have to''. It means that there is no obligation or no necessity, not that something is not allowed or permitted. 5. I __ travel a lot in my job. can; have to; Have to = a necessity. 6. I __ be late for work.
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English #grammar  - quiz on using the Present Perfect tense.
I lost; I've lost; I've been losing; Use the Present Perfect to talk about something that happened in the past (but without giving a time reference) which has an impact on the present. ''I've lost my car keys'' = I can't drive my car now. 2. When __ them? are you losing; did you lose ...
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What's the weather like where you are? Take a look at our new exercise on winter weather #vocabulary  to talk about snow, ice and low temperatures. 
Review the words and phrases that you need to talk about winter weather, then try our quiz below! Level: Pre-intermediate and above. 1. Crowds of people braved __ zero temperatures to watch the fireworks on New Year's Eve. above-; sub-; under-; Temperatures can be sub-zero or below-zero.
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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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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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When do you put your feet up and when do you put them under the table? Check out our new quiz on work idioms!
He got off on the wrong __ with the office manager when he started work here, but now their relationship is much better. hand; foot; leg; Get off on the wrong foot with someone = start badly with someone. (For example, not understand someone and have arguments.) 3. When I first started here, ...
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Do you have to make #presentations  in English? Here's a quiz with important phrases and vocabulary to help you!
guides; leads; links; ''This leads me to my next point'' = My next point it a logical next step from the previous point. (Lead = a straight road running from one point to another point.) 6. When you want to show that you have finished your presentation, you can say, ''That __ me to the end of my ...
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Hi, thanks for useful post, l know literacy skill is important for childern in grade 1,2.can you help me , how improve it .l need some information about it . Thanks
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