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Modals of Deduction (Present)Multiple Choice Lesson
Have, Take, Make and GiveMultiple Choice Lesson
Phrasal Verbs for FamilyMultiple Choice Lesson
Modals Deduction PastMultiple Choice Lesson
Short answers and Short FormsMultiple Choice Lesson
Linking words 3Multiple Choice Lesson
Past perfectMultiple Choice Lesson
Friday fun with idioms and euphemismsMultiple Choice Lesson
Position of adverbsMultiple Choice Lesson
Present TensesMultiple Choice Lesson
Adverbials of DirectionMultiple Choice Lesson
Spotlight on... breakfast!Multiple Choice Lesson
PossessivesMultiple Choice Lesson
It’s Monday, 22nd April. It’s Earth Day!Multiple Choice Lesson
Countable and Uncountable Nouns: Comparing QuantitiesMultiple Choice Lesson
Time for some fashion vocabulary!Multiple Choice Lesson
Three-word 'As' ExpressionsMultiple Choice Lesson
Irregular Adjectives in ComparativesMultiple Choice Lesson
Modal VerbsMultiple Choice Lesson
Spelling quizMultiple Choice Lesson
Business English - Body Idioms Multiple Choice Lesson
Business English CollocationsMultiple Choice Lesson
In the News: Margaret ThatcherMultiple Choice Lesson
What are Negative Pronouns?Multiple Choice Lesson
Adjective word orderMultiple Choice Lesson
Future TensesMultiple Choice Lesson
Comparisons: comparatives and superlativesMultiple Choice Lesson
Spelling quiz 2!Multiple Choice Lesson
Present Perfect Simple and Present Perfect ContinuousMultiple Choice Lesson
Linking words 2Multiple Choice Lesson
Linking wordsMultiple Choice Lesson
-ed and –ing adjectivesMultiple Choice Lesson
Third Conditionals and Mixed ConditionalsMultiple Choice Lesson
Metaphor mix!Multiple Choice Lesson
Second conditionalMultiple Choice Lesson
At the movies... with vocabulary!Multiple Choice Lesson
Adjectives and PrepositionsMultiple Choice Lesson
Like and AsMultiple Choice Lesson
First Conditional Lesson Multiple Choice Lesson
Tuesday with Tolstoy’s fables (and similes)Multiple Choice Lesson
Past TensesMultiple Choice Lesson
Already, still, yetMultiple Choice Lesson
-ing form and InfinitiveMultiple Choice Lesson
Springtime? It’s travel time!Multiple Choice Lesson
InterjectionsMultiple Choice Lesson
Noun Phrases and DeterminersMultiple Choice Lesson
Subject-Verb AgreementMultiple Choice Lesson
Clause of purposeMultiple Choice Lesson
Contrasting past and presentMultiple Choice Lesson
Perfect TensesMultiple Choice Lesson