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V.7.1 - Fixed and semi-fixed

Expressions with Time

Average: 3.1 (23 votes)

Complete the sentences with these words to make the correct time expressions:

Expressions with Look

Average: 3.2 (18 votes)

Definitions:

Look for: try to find something
Look forward to: wait with pleasure for something which is going to happen
Look after: be responsible for or take care of someone or something

Complete the sentences with these expressions:

I'm looking forward to...
I'm looking for...
I'm looking after...

Elementary to Pre-Intermediate – Everyday Expressions

Average: 3.9 (21 votes)

When we speak to co-workers, friends or family in a social situation, some common expressions are used again and again.

This is very common for when we say "Hello" and "Good-bye".

Give someone a lift

Average: 3.4 (29 votes)

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Today we take a look at two meanings of the expression, give someone a lift:

Give someone a lift: to provide transportation for someone e.g. take someone somewhere in your car. Give someone a 'ride' is also used:

Animal Similes – Intermediate Level

Average: 2.5 (15 votes)

How hungry are you? As hungry as an elephant? A wolf? A bear? In this exercise I’m going to introduce you to some expressions using animal similes.

Firstly, match the animals with their definitions.

Relationship and dating expressions

Average: 3.9 (22 votes)

Love is in the air!

Dating and relationships are an extremely popular topic for most students! So here's some idioms about them so you can talk about it even more! The idioms are written at the top. Which expression do you think goes in which sentence?

Hey, what’s up?

Average: 3 (15 votes)

A few useful introductory phrases for Beginner/Elementary students

In informal English people often greet each other saying: "what’s up?" This is not appropriate in all conversations. Below is a dialogue between two students, Andreas and Belinda on their first day at their English school. They are using language that is appropriate for everyday use. Can you guess the missing words?

Health Words

Average: 2.9 (53 votes)

Take a look at these ten words. They are all related to health. Using the letters, match each word to the correct definition. Type A into the correct space, not weather.

How many did you get correct? Can you use these words in your own example sentences?

High-Intermediate Level - What are Euphemisms?

Average: 3.8 (14 votes)

Polite requests: Match the question to the answer

Average: 4 (16 votes)

Match these ten answers to the requests. Type in the letter, do not type in the whole sentence.