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Reading - A Tale of Two CitiesMultiple Choice Lesson
Read Caroline's LetterMultiple Choice Lesson
Quiz on PrepositionsMultiple Choice Lesson
Quiz on Phrasal VerbsMultiple Choice Lesson
Quick tip - Well vs GoodPlain Lesson
Quick Tip - Watching Movies in EnglishPlain Lesson
Quick Tip - Use it or lose it!Plain Lesson
Quick Tip - Thinking in EnglishPlain Lesson
Quick Tip - The best way to learn English!Plain Lesson
Quick Tip - Take a test for motivationPlain Lesson
Quick Tip - specially vs especiallyPlain Lesson
Quick Tip - Sing English SongsMultiple Choice Lesson
Quick Tip - Keep a JournalPlain Lesson
Quick Tip - How to use Either and NeitherPlain Lesson
Quick Preposition QuizMultiple Choice Lesson
Quick Past Perfect Tense ReviewMultiple Choice Lesson
Questions and Answers Practice: Interview QuestionsMultiple Choice Lesson
Questions and Answers Match Multiple Choice Lesson
Question Words - Elementary LevelFill in the blanks lesson
Question TagsMultiple Choice Lesson
Question TagsFill in the blanks lesson
Question TagsMultiple Choice Lesson
question and answer practiceMultiple Choice Lesson
Question and Answer MatchMultiple Choice Lesson
Question and Answer MatchMultiple Choice Lesson
Quantity nouns: a pair of, a tube of, a slice ofMultiple Choice Lesson
Quantifiers: A bottle of wineFill in the blanks lesson
Quantifiers QuizMultiple Choice Lesson
Quantifiers for uncountable nouns Multiple Choice Lesson
Quantifiers for Intermediate StudentsFill in the blanks lesson
Puzzle - What's the answer? Plain Lesson
Put the sentences in the right orderFill in the blanks lesson
Punctuation – using commasMultiple Choice Lesson
Punctuation – the full stop (.)Multiple Choice Lesson
Punctuation – the colon (:), semicolon (;) and dash (-)Multiple Choice Lesson
Punctuation – the apostrophe (‘)Multiple Choice Lesson
Punctuation – question markMultiple Choice Lesson
PunctuationFill in the blanks lesson
Pronunciation s/ z / izMultiple Choice Lesson
Pronunciation ChallengeFill in the blanks lesson
Pronunciation -Tongue TwisterPlain Lesson
Pronunciation - Wonderful Word StressMultiple Choice Lesson
Pronunciation - Silent SoundsPlain Lesson
PronunciationMultiple Choice Lesson
Pronouns for Elementary Level StudentsMultiple Choice Lesson
Present, Past and Past Participle VerbsMultiple Choice Lesson
Present TimeMultiple Choice Lesson
Present TensesMultiple Choice Lesson
Present simple vs Present Continuous - Elementary LevelFill in the blanks lesson
Present Simple Tense Sentence ConstructionPlain Lesson