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Photography Tips

Average: 2.9 (12 votes)

Our students travel to new countries, discover new cultures and come back with some amazing memories and thousands of photos! Here are some tips to make sure you take the best photos you possibly can.

I have removed some important vocabulary from the text. All you need to do is choose which word goes in which gap.
Lesson by Caroline

Elementary to Pre-Intermediate – Opposite Adjectives

Average: 3.6 (9 votes)

Many adjectives have perfect opposites. For example: hot and cold.

Choose the opposite of the following words:
By Amanda Pooley, EC Cape Town English School

Modal Verbs Practice

Average: 2 (334 votes)

Accessories Word Scramble

Average: 1.3 (142 votes)

I love accessories and in winter I get to wear even more of them! I have about 5 winter htas, one of which has a little face like an animal.

I need to buy some new vseglo because I’ve lost mine. I should probably get some of those ttminse they make for children, which you can attach to your coat by a string so you don’t lose them.

Phrasal verbs with 'Turn'

Average: 3.3 (19 votes)

Here’s another lesson that gives you an opportunity to revise/learn some phrasal verbs.

Remember, changing the preposition can completely change the meaning of the verb, so we need to know which preposition to add to a verb to create the correct meaning.

Here’s a test to see how well you remember the meaning of these phrasal verbs that use ‘turn’. Which phrasal verb belongs in each sentence? Good luck!
By Caroline Devane

Word Order - Adverbs of Frequency

Average: 1.7 (155 votes)

Adverbs of frequency are used to say how often (or frequently) we do something. In English, the adverbs of frequency are:

Hardly ever

You probably remember the vocabulary, but can you remember where we must place them in the sentence?

Culture Shock - Upper Intermediate Vocabulary

Average: 3.8 (12 votes)

When you are studying English abroad, you are likely to find yourself mixing with lots of different cultures. Therefore, I thought it’d be useful to give you some vocabulary related to culture to help you start interesting conversations. Just match the word to its definition. Good luck!
Lesson by Caroline

1. Value
Example: "The government believes in family values."

Advanced Reading and Vocabulary: 5 Child Prodigies

Average: 3.5 (11 votes)

As I get older, I become more and more depressed with the minute amount I have achieved in my life, particularly when compared to people such as these.

This is an article about 5 child prodigies, but there are some words missing.

I have supplied the words and their meanings.

All you have to do is put them in the correct gaps.

Good luck!
Lesson by Caroline Devane

Comparatives & Superlatives

Average: 2.6 (13 votes)

Adjectives are descriptive words like cold, big, and expensive.

Comparatives adjectives are forms like colder, bigger, and more expensive.

Superlative adjectives are forms like coldest, biggest, and most expensive.

Complete the following ten sentences with adjective > comparative > superlative
Lesson by Amanda Pooley, EC Cape Town English school

Elementary Birthday Vocabulary

Average: 3.1 (11 votes)

This year I had a lovely time on my birthday. I was taken for lunch by my Mum, fed cake by my flatmate and then went out to party the night away! The next day a few of my friends took me for a huge English breakfast. It was wonderful!
Lesson by Caroline

There’s quite a lot of birthday specific vocabulary. Can you work out which word fits in which sentence?