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Give Up TV

Average: 3.3 (9 votes)

A few days ago I posted a lesson on having a healthy lifestyle. Today my thoughts are a little similar, but different. Today I'd like you to think about having a healthier mind. I'm talking about _1_ TV! Well, at least if we can't completely stop we should consider _2_ on the amount we watch.

Take the preposition challenge

Average: 3.7 (11 votes)

A mixed preposition quiz for you today. Simply complete the sentences with the missing preposition.

Which ones did you get wrong. Who got all ten correct?

Link: 10 prepositions questions

Do you have a healthy life?

Average: 3.6 (8 votes)

What's the best question?

Average: 4.2 (13 votes)

Here's another chance to make sure you know how to correctly form questions. All you have to do is choose the correct question for each given answer. We had a similar exercise last month called ' Which question is best?' - when lots of you said you got 10/10. Can you get them all right again. Let us know how you did.

Adjective endings - Cape Town is excited...or exciting?

Average: 3.8 (12 votes)

The following diary entries of an EC teacher in Cape Town are filled with adjectives. Choose the correct adjective in each sentence.

which one is correct?

' i'm very grateful to you'
or
' i'm very grateful for you'

Business English Vocabulary

Average: 3.1 (7 votes)

Work. We all have to do it. Some of us love what we do, some of others don't enjoy what we do at all. The reality is, we all spend too much time in work these days. So what are some of the words that are related to the world of work? Here is some vocabulary we can use when we are talking about working for a company. Now, get to work!

Relative Clauses - who, whose, where, which

Average: 3.6 (61 votes)

Let's take an intermediate level look at relative clauses.

A relative clause tells us which thing or person the speaker means.

"The man who works in the bank is my brother" - 'who works in the bank' tells us which man.

Noun or Adjective Quiz

Average: 3 (26 votes)

Using an adjective in a sentence when you should use a noun will make your English sound strange. Let's try cuting down on your errors by taking this short quiz. For each question you have two options. Choose either the adjective or noun form. 

Adjectives plus prepositions

Average: 2.7 (12 votes)

Test you knowledge of adjectives followed by the prepositions. Complete the sentences with the correct missing preposition.

Link: Prepositions Questions