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Friday fun with idioms and euphemismsMultiple Choice Lesson
Adjective word orderMultiple Choice Lesson
Countable and Uncountable Nouns: Comparing QuantitiesMultiple Choice Lesson
Second conditionalMultiple Choice Lesson
Metaphor mix!Multiple Choice Lesson
DemonstrativesMultiple Choice Lesson
British and American EnglishMultiple Choice Lesson
The PassiveMultiple Choice Lesson
Modal Verbs 1: Permission, Prohibition, Obligation, No obligationMultiple Choice Lesson
Metaphor Monday!Multiple Choice Lesson
How to use 'Enough'Multiple Choice Lesson
Prepositions of movement and position Multiple Choice Lesson
Future continuous and future perfectMultiple Choice Lesson
'Only' and 'Just'Multiple Choice Lesson
State VerbsMultiple Choice Lesson
The definite articleMultiple Choice Lesson
Third Conditionals and Mixed ConditionalsMultiple Choice Lesson
-ed and –ing adjectivesMultiple Choice Lesson
Linking wordsMultiple Choice Lesson
Linking words 2Multiple Choice Lesson
Present Perfect Simple and Present Perfect ContinuousMultiple Choice Lesson
Spelling quiz 2!Multiple Choice Lesson
Past perfectMultiple Choice Lesson
Linking words 3Multiple Choice Lesson
The present perfectMultiple Choice Lesson
Unless and IfMultiple Choice Lesson
Uses of LikeMultiple Choice Lesson
Have to/Supposed to/Ought toMultiple Choice Lesson
IELTS Practice - 'Global Temperatures'Multiple Choice Lesson
Lose or Loose?Multiple Choice Lesson
Be and Auxiliary Verbs in Simple QuestionsMultiple Choice Lesson
Dead or Died?Multiple Choice Lesson
Animals and PetsMultiple Choice Lesson
Idiom of the Day: Eat like a horseMultiple Choice Lesson
Idiom of the Day: Smell a RatMultiple Choice Lesson
Much or Many?Multiple Choice Lesson
How to use ArticlesMultiple Choice Lesson
5 Money Phrasal VerbsMultiple Choice Lesson
Three meanings of AfraidMultiple Choice Lesson
Hear or Listen?Multiple Choice Lesson
Repeating SubjectsMultiple Choice Lesson
In the News: Google GlassMultiple Choice Lesson
Simple for Always, Continuous for NowMultiple Choice Lesson
Lonely or Alone?Multiple Choice Lesson
ContractionsMultiple Choice Lesson
Happy St. Patrick's Day!Multiple Choice Lesson
Work VocabularyMultiple Choice Lesson
What are Negative Pronouns?Multiple Choice Lesson
In the News: Margaret ThatcherMultiple Choice Lesson
Business English CollocationsMultiple Choice Lesson