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English in the hotel

Average: 2.9 (35 votes)

How well could you get by using English in a hotel? Let's find out!

Learn English Vocabulary

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Here's a quiz to help you learn English words. Choose the words that have the closest meaning to the key words. Only choose one word per question.

Link: Learn More English Words

Learn Idioms

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Here's a quiz to test your knowledge of common English idioms.

Your Questions: The best of May

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Every Month we ask our newsletter readers to send in their questions to Tim, our English teacher in EC Brighton, about the English language. Here are your questions:

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English for Angry Situations

Average: 3.2 (18 votes)

These are some useful adjectives, idioms and slang you can use the next time someone gets angry.

Angry Adjectives:

Here are some adjectives that we use that mean angry. They are show strong anger. They can be used in any situation - none of them are slang.

Learn collocations

Average: 3.5 (11 votes)

An important part of improving your English is learning which words go together to make natural English sentences. These combinations of words are called collocations.

Do we make a mistake or do a mistake? Which is the correct verb? Make is the verb that collocates with mistake.

Try this quiz and don't make any mistakes!

Prepositions Quiz

Average: 3.8 (67 votes)

It's prepositions time again. The best way to learn them is through practice. Read through the ten sentences and choose the correct missing prepositions.

Finished already? Then try another exercise:

Link: 10 Prepositions Questions

Link: Quiz on Prepositions

In the news: New Zealand couple become millionaires by accident

Average: 2.8 (11 votes)

Imagine that one day you apply for an overdraft of $6,300 from your local bank, and then you find out that the bank have mistakenly paid $6m into your bank account. That's what happened to a New Zealand couple who benefited from a banking error. Finding millions of dollars accidentally deposited into their account, they withdrew $6m before fleeing New Zealand and vanishing!

Learn English Verbs

Average: 2.7 (9 votes)

Let's take a look at some English verbs. Read through the seven sentences and choose the verb that best completes each sentence.


10 Phrasal Verbs

Average: 3.3 (35 votes)

Take a look at all following sentences and choose the correct missing preposition to complete the phrasal verb: