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Choose the correct sentence structure

Average: 4.6 (15 votes)

Read through these ten questions. Each question has three similar sentences, only one of which is correct.

Choose the sentence you think is right from the three given choices and let us know how you did.

Find the ten mistakes in these sentences

Average: 3.8 (17 votes)

Each of these sentences has a mistake. Can you find the ten mistakes?

Leave your answers in the comments area.

Click 'Show Answers' to see the correct sentences.

1) A poor remain poor.

2) These is the ones I was telling you about.

3) The horse look peaceful in the field below us.

4) Are you sure she went to an university in London?

5) He goes over all the information in him mind.

6) Sarah and Matthew has walked all the way through this valley.

Aliens, prepositions and more!

Average: 4.4 (10 votes)

Read through this short piece. Can you guess what the missing words are?

I've always been interested _1_ aliens, I never get tired _2_ reading and watching shows about them.

12 Weather Words

Average: 4.1 (11 votes)

Here are 12 words related to weather.  Read through them carefully. How many of them do you know?

Clear Sky

Weather Descriptions

Read through these twelve sentences. Do you know which weather words are being described? Match the above words to their definitions:

A light wind is a _1_.

In the news: Is spicy food men's food?

Average: 4.4 (14 votes)

In your culture, is spicy food associated with masculinity? Does ordering the hottest thing on the menu make you more of a man?

A new study has revealed that men who like spicier foods have higher levels of testosterone. So basically, men who love spicy Indian curry are more manly - they have qualities traditionally ascribed to men, such as strength or bravery!

Choose the right response

Average: 3.4 (18 votes)

When someone is asking you a question, it is vital that you listen carefully and answer in the correct manner. You should always respond only with information related specifically to the question asked.

"I'm sorry, what did you say?"

"Can you repeat that, please?"

"I'm sorry, I don't understand. Can you say that again?"

How would you respond to the following? Here are ten basic questions with three possible responses per question. Choose the best answer to each question:

Instagram now more popular than Twitter

Average: 4.4 (14 votes)

Do you use social media? Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, which do you prefer and why?

Instagram, a photo- and video-sharing app owned by Facebook, announced on Wednesday that it now has 300 million monthly active users posting 70 million photos a day.

Since it was set up by co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger in October 2010, Instagram has grown rapidly. It now appears to have overtaken micro-blogging service Twitter, which has 284 million monthly active users.

Drive Idioms

Average: 3.8 (20 votes)

In the driving seat

When you are in the driving seat, you are in control of a situation.

"During negotiations, he felt he was in the driving seat."

The driving force

The driving force behind someone or something is the person or thing that motivates and directs it.

"His wife was the real driving force behind his success."

Driving blind

'Shut' expressions

Average: 4.1 (14 votes)

When we close something or it becomes closed it is shut.

Can you shut the door, please?

She shut the suitcase.

He shut his eyes and listened to the music.

Here are some other common shut expressions:

Shut yourself away
When you stay at home so you don't have to see anyone, you shut yourself away. Usually because you or unhappy or because you need a quiet place to work/concentrate.

All about A, An and The

Average: 3.7 (32 votes)

The three aticles in English are a, an and the. They are used before nouns to give us more information.

A and An - Indefinite Articles

A and an are indefinite articles. Use indefinite articles before countable nouns.

Use a/an when it is not imortant or not known which thing (noun) we are talking about.

Let's watch a movie tonight. - Which restaurant hasn't been decided yet.