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Danny's Reading: English Expressions

Average: 4.3 (19 votes)

Phrasal Verb: Put

Average: 3.8 (49 votes)

Here is another opportunity for you to practise using phrasal verbs. Phrasal verbs with 'put' are extremely common and here are just a few of them. In each sentence, decide which phrasal verb is needed to complete it correctly. I've put the meanings of the phrasal verbs below to help you decide. Don't put it off until tomorrow! Do this lesson now!

Music Video Lesson - Michael Buble 'Home'

Average: 4.4 (10 votes)

I went home this weekend and thought of this song by one of my favourite singers, Michael Buble. Before you listen to the song, see if you can complete the gaps with the words below using the meaning of the lyrics to help you. Then, check your answers by listening to the song. Good luck!

Lesson by Caroline

Baby Beckham!

Average: 3.5 (11 votes)

Victoria Beckham aka Posh Spice and David Beckham the famous footballer, added another baby to their brood. Read this article and see if you can answer the true or false questions below. Do you think Harper is lucky to have such famous parents, or do you think it will lead to a difficult childhood? I’d love to hear your opinions.

Lesson by Caroline Devane

Airport Vocabulary Word Scramble

Average: 3.7 (17 votes)

I just came back from South Africa, so I won't be travelling for a while! But you might! Here is some important vocabulary that will help you at the airport. Read through the text and try to 'unscramble' the orange words to find the airport related vocab. Good luck!

Phrasal Verbs for Travel

Average: 3.5 (36 votes)

Today's lesson reviewd and builds on the 7 travel phrasal verbs we studied at a few weeks ago. Look at the these phrasal verbs and their definitions. Fill in the gaps with the correct phrasal verbs so that the text makes sense. (Keep in mind that the main verb changes according to the time and function of the sentence, e.g. drop off in a past passive structure is I was dropped off.

Sports Idioms

Average: 3.7 (6 votes)

There are so many idioms we use in daily conversation that have a connection with sport.

Look at the list and the explanations.

The sports they are originally derived from are in brackets.

a. To get second wind: to get a sudden burst of energy (sailing). "I was feeling tired after lunch, but I got my second wind in the afternoon."

Mixed Conditionals

Average: 1.5 (579 votes)

An Upper-Intermediate lesson on mixed conditionals

A conditional consist of two clauses: the condition or if-clause and the main or result clause. Depending on the meaning we try to convey we have many different conditionals at our exposal to express ourselves clearly. We are going to look at two mixed conditionals that express unreal situations.

Funny Words

Average: 3.5 (13 votes)

I'm not sure why, but some words just make me laugh. I was reminded of this this morning, when my shampoo bottle instructed me to place a large 'dollop' of shampoo into my hair. It really is the simple things that keep me happy!

Here are some other words I find to be hilarious, have you seen them before? Put each word into the correct sentence to practise your new vocabulary, then let me know what you think is the funniest English word!

Lesson by Caroline Devane

Harry Potter's Daniel Radcliffe Interview

Average: 4.4 (14 votes)

When did Harry Potter grow up?! The last film has been out for a while and fans across the world have loved the final instalment.

Here is a recent interview with Daniel Radcliffe about the new movie. Listen carefully and try to decide which word is being said. This is great practice for developing your ability to listen for specific information.

Lesson by Caroline Devane