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Movie Lesson - Hellboy 2

Average: 3.2 (24 votes)

 Watch the trailer to Hellboy 2 and then complete the sentences.

talking about preferences - using 'prefer', 'like better' and 'would rather'

Average: 3.4 (47 votes)


'Which do you prefer tea or coffee?'

question and answer practice

Average: 3.2 (203 votes)

Answer: "Nothing. I'm fine."

Today we have a matching exercise for you to try. All you have to do is read the questions and answers and then decide which question is the best match for the answer. 

When you have finished try another exercise: Find the mistakes

How to use 'Wh...' questions

Average: 3.3 (226 votes)

 Where do you learn English?

'Where do you learn English?'

In English there are seven ‘Wh…’ questions.  Here’s what they are and how  they are used:

What is used for a thing.

‘What is it?’

Phrasal Verb - 'Get': 8 verbs you should know!

Average: 3.6 (14 votes)

'Don't let your problems get you down.'

A phrasal verb is a verb + preposition. Phrasal verbs are very common in English and can have more than one meaning. It is very important to learn phrasal verbs. The best way to learn them is to practise. Today we look at a few uses of the phrasal verb 'get'.

'make','take' and 'have' quiz.

Average: 3.4 (21 votes)

'Take a break, Mr. Elephant!'

Collocations are groups of words that naturally appear next to each other in sentences.

For example, we say 'I have a headache' and not 'I take a headache' or 'I make a headache'.  Now you know 'have' always  collocates with 'headache'! Easy!

Try and and see if you can complete the sentences below using 'make','take' or 'have'.

Reading: wedding and vocabulary match exercise

Average: 3.6 (16 votes)

The happy couple!

Read the following article about weddings in Britain and match up the descriptions to the key words in bold:

'weekend' idioms and more!

Average: 3.8 (12 votes)

A Sunday driver!

Here are some expressions that use words related to your favourite time of the week...the weekend!

Using 'have' and 'has'

Average: 3.4 (1904 votes)

Maltese fishing boats

"Malta has colourful fishing boats."
"The fishermen have traditional boats."

Here are some points to remember when using 'have' and 'has'.

Let's start with the basics.

They can both be used to show possession and are important in making the 'perfect tenses'.
'Had' is the past tense of both 'has' and 'have'.

'-ed' and '-ing' adjectives: describing feelings and things

Average: 3.6 (234 votes)


'My holiday was relaxing. I felt really relaxed.'