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Vocabulary - Word Forms

Average: 3.3 (17 votes)

Sometimes, it can be really difficult to remember how to use words which have similar meanings but different forms. For example:

Difficult - adjective - not easy to do. E.g. "That test was really difficult."
Difficulty - noun - the fact or condition of being difficult. E.g. "You can decide the level of difficulty when you play this game."

'Break' Phrasal Verbs

Average: 3.5 (61 votes)

There are seven common phrasal verbs that include the verb 'break'.

Read Caroline's Letter

Average: 2.8 (19 votes)

I thought I'd write another letter to you guys to get you practising your grammar. This is quite a difficult lesson. There are some verbs missing in the text. Can you put them in the correct tense? I’d love to hear back from you all.

Me and my friend Philippa at Thorpe Park, feeling frightened!

In the news - English language schools win court battle over visas

Average: 3.5 (11 votes)

Here is a news lesson that really affects us. I have removed some of the words from the text and need you to put the correct word in each gap. What do you think about this situation. Do you agree with the opinions of the people in the article?

Read the full article at http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/10569701.stm

In the news - English language schools win court battle over visas

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Here is a news lesson that really affects us. I have removed some of the words from the text and need you to put the correct word in each gap. What do you think about this situation. Do you agree with the opinions of the people in the article?

Read the full article at http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/10569701.stm

Separable Phrasal Verbs

Average: 3.5 (25 votes)

Some phrasal verbs can be separated with an object, for example 'switch on the light' can also be 'switch the light on'.

Not all phrasal verbs can be separated, so it's a matter of memorising which ones can and which ones can't.

Here's a little exercise to help you along. Complete the sentences by choosing the correct option. Remember to put the verb in the correct tense.

Lesson by Seb @ EC Cape Town English School

Separable Phrasal Verbs

Average: 3.4 (5 votes)

Some phrasal verbs can be separated with an object, for example 'switch on the light' can also be 'switch the light on'.

Not all phrasal verbs can be separated, so it's a matter of memorising which ones can and which ones can't.

Here's a little exercise to help you along. Complete the sentences by choosing the correct option. Remember to put the verb in the correct tense.

The Beauty in Ugly - Pre Intermediate Level Listening

Average: 3.6 (18 votes)

The Beauty in Ugly - Pre Intermediate Level Listening.

Average: 3.3 (4 votes)

Personal Pronouns

Average: 3.6 (27 votes)

Personal pronouns are the words we use when it is clear who, or what, is being talked about. For example:

"Caroline is going to America tomorrow, she is so excited!"

In this case the personal pronoun is 'she' and refers to Caroline.

The personal pronouns for people are: