Learn English | A new lesson every week
Book your course now

Lesson Index

Node: TitleNode: Typesort icon
Modal Verb: CouldMultiple Choice Lesson
Farther and FurtherMultiple Choice Lesson
Direct ObjectsMultiple Choice Lesson
Other words for IntelligentMultiple Choice Lesson
Comparative + ThanMultiple Choice Lesson
Watch Less TVMultiple Choice Lesson
English Grammar TensesMultiple Choice Lesson
Regular and Irregular VerbsMultiple Choice Lesson
In the news: ScotlandMultiple Choice Lesson
All and EveryMultiple Choice Lesson
What time is it?Multiple Choice Lesson
Maths VocabularyMultiple Choice Lesson
When to use capital lettersMultiple Choice Lesson
Friday Slang!Multiple Choice Lesson
What's the difference between amount and number?Multiple Choice Lesson
Christmas QuizMultiple Choice Lesson
4 Ways to Use 'Though'Multiple Choice Lesson
Phrasal Verb Hang OnMultiple Choice Lesson
What are compound words?Multiple Choice Lesson
Well or Good? Multiple Choice Lesson
Winter Holidays in LondonMultiple Choice Lesson
In the news: an emoji wins word of the year!Multiple Choice Lesson
Brush off/aside/up/withMultiple Choice Lesson
Idiom: In a stateMultiple Choice Lesson
Un PrefixMultiple Choice Lesson
In the news: books you can drink!Multiple Choice Lesson
In the news: a new flag for New Zealand Multiple Choice Lesson
What are proper adjectives?Multiple Choice Lesson
10 sentences, 10 mistakes! But can you find them all?Multiple Choice Lesson
What are minimal pairs?Multiple Choice Lesson
8 Parts of SpeechMultiple Choice Lesson
In the news: Cuban Embassy in WashingtonMultiple Choice Lesson
Am, Are and IsMultiple Choice Lesson
Common Acronyms and AbbreviationsMultiple Choice Lesson
What is the difference between e.g. and i.e.?Multiple Choice Lesson
4 Cool English Words to Expand Your VocabularyMultiple Choice Lesson
Homophones QuizMultiple Choice Lesson
True or False? Black Friday ComprehensionMultiple Choice Lesson
Comprehension: The History of Thanksgiving! Multiple Choice Lesson
Used to or Use toMultiple Choice Lesson
The Art of PoliticsMultiple Choice Lesson
The Difference Between Still and AnymoreMultiple Choice Lesson
The History of Halloween!Multiple Choice Lesson
Ordinal vs Cardinal NumbersMultiple Choice Lesson
Parts of SpeechMultiple Choice Lesson
What is a gerund and how do you use it?Multiple Choice Lesson
Phrasal Verb: Fall apart/down/outMultiple Choice Lesson
Listening: Yesterday by the BeatlesMultiple Choice Lesson
In the news: Rio Olympics 2016Multiple Choice Lesson
No vs. NotMultiple Choice Lesson