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P.1 - Adult

Which sentences have mistakes?

Average: 3.8 (38 votes)

beach party

Is this sentence correct?  'Let's make a party'

Read through the sentences at the bottom of the page and decide if the sentences are 'correct' or if they have any mistakes. If you get any wrong, click 'Why?' to find out what the problem is with the incorrect sentences. Good luck!

Movie Lesson - Hancock

Average: 3 (7 votes)



How to use the 'Present Perfect'

Average: 3.8 (109 votes)

'I have been to Boston.'

Have/has + past participle makes the present perfect.

She has lost her bag.

They have taken a taxi

I have been to Australia

Personality Adjectives - 'What is she like?'

Average: 3.7 (51 votes)

perosonality adjectives

'How would you describe her personality?'

Cartoon - English Joke 2

Average: 4 (13 votes)

"What do you mean, he rides his bike like lightning?"

"He's always hitting trees!"



Today's joke is based on the expression ...like lightning. We usually use this metaphor to mean that something happens quickly or fast. For example:

What are 'extreme adjectives'?

Average: 3.4 (132 votes)

packed subway

'Tokyo's subway is packed at rush-hour.'

Oversuing the word 'very' when talking can be boring for the person listening. For example:

Prepositions of Time

Average: 4.3 (110 votes)

Independence Day

'Americans celebrate Independence Day on July 4'

Here are the basics for using in, on, at, for and since in time expressions:

Using 'in' 

In - is used with parts of the day, months, seasons and  years.

How to use 'contractions'

Average: 3.5 (8 votes)

How to sue contractions

'I've got a new TV. You've seen it, haven't you?'

In spoken English and casual written English, contractions are very common. In these words the apostrophe    ( ) tells us that letters are missing.

Video Lesson 'Batman: The Dark Knight'

Average: 3.8 (24 votes)

 Check out this trailer for the new Batman film and complete the sentences.

Canadian English

Average: 3.2 (14 votes)


Canada  Day

'July 1 is Canada Day, eh?'