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Prepositions of Place

Average: 3.2 (20 votes)

A preposition is a word that connects one thing with another, showing how they are related.

Some prepositions tell you about position or place.

For example:

"There is a big balloon in the sky."

"Jane is jumping into the pool."

Put the following prepositions in the spaces below:

Idiom of the day: Click

Average: 3.5 (15 votes)

rub it in

This month's cartoon is based on the double meaning of click.

Definitions of Click

What are conjunctions of time?

Average: 3.7 (50 votes)

A conjunction is a linking word such as and, or, but.

Conjunctions are used to connect words or sentences.

The words before, after, as, when, while, until, since, are also conjunctions. They tell when something happens, so they are called conjunctions of time.

Adverbs of Manner

Average: 4.3 (11 votes)

Adverbs are words that tell you more about verbs, adjectives and other adverbs. Many adverbs end in ly.

You make these adverbs by adding ly to adjectives.

Some adverbs and adverb phrases describe the way people do things. They answer the question "How?"

For example:

"The traffic was moving slowly."

Adjectives - Elementary Level

Average: 3.4 (10 votes)

An adjective is a describing word.

It tells you more about a noun. An adjective usually appears before the noun it describes.

For example: an old dog, a tall basketball player.

Sometimes, though, the adjective appears after the noun, later in the sentence.

Fill in the blanks with correct 8 adjectives below.

Adjectives - Elementary Level

Average: 2 (2 votes)

An adjective is a describing word.

It tells you more about a noun. An adjective usually appears before the noun it describes.

For example: an old dog, a tall basketball player.

Sometimes, though, the adjective appears after the noun, later in the sentence.

Fill in the blanks with correct adjectives below.

Extinct and Endangered Animals

Average: 4.5 (13 votes)

This is quite a difficult lesson and should give you a good challenge!

Many animals no longer exist today and some animals such as pandas have nearly disappeared.

In other words they are extinct or endangered.

This article has some missing vocabulary.

I have taken out some of the past simple verbs.

You need to decide which verb goes in which gap and change the verb to its past simple form.

Good luck!

Lesson by Caroline

Adjectives Describing Animals

Average: 3.7 (32 votes)

How would you describe this baby meerkat?

I would describe it as fluffy, cute and playful!

This lesson focuses on adjectives to describe animals.

Some of the adjectives describe their appearance and some describe their personality.

All you need to do is choose which adjective you think best describes the animal in the sentence.

Use google to find pictures of the animals to help you with this lesson!

Lesson by Caroline Devane

Wimbledon Tennis: reading and vocab match

Average: 3.9 (26 votes)

Reposting this lesson because it's Wimbledon time again!

Wimbledon 

'Game, set and match.'

"The Wimbledon Tennis Championships take place at the beginning of every summer in South-West London.

Coca Cola reading and vocabulary

Average: 3.9 (11 votes)

I don't think I know anyone who hasn't tried Coca-Cola, or 'Coke'.

One of my best friends drinks it instead of coffee to get her going in the morning!

I'm sure this is not advisable, but then again, neither is coffee.

Here is some interesting information about the beverage.

Read through it then see if you can fit the vocabulary in the correct gaps.

I've given you the meanings of the world to help you out.

Lesson by Caroline