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Lesson Index

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Movement vocabularyMultiple Choice Lesson
HomophonesMultiple Choice Lesson
Introductory ItMultiple Choice Lesson
The CausativeMultiple Choice Lesson
Past modals of deductionMultiple Choice Lesson
–ed or –ing?Multiple Choice Lesson
Phrasal verbsMultiple Choice Lesson
Verb phrasesMultiple Choice Lesson
Clause structureMultiple Choice Lesson
Clause of purposeMultiple Choice Lesson
Spelling – double consonantsMultiple Choice Lesson
Question TagsMultiple Choice Lesson
In Spite of, Despite and AlthoughMultiple Choice Lesson
Reflexive PronounsMultiple Choice Lesson
Subjects and ObjectsMultiple Choice Lesson
Subjects and objects 2Multiple Choice Lesson
Subjects and objects 3Multiple Choice Lesson
Reported Speech Part 1Multiple Choice Lesson
Reported Speech 2 – Reporting QuestionsMultiple Choice Lesson
Reported Speech 3 – Tenses in reported speechMultiple Choice Lesson
Modals of Deduction (Present)Multiple Choice Lesson
Have, Take, Make and GiveMultiple Choice Lesson
Phrasal Verbs for FamilyMultiple Choice Lesson
Vocabulary with MontrealMultiple Choice Lesson
Feelings Vocabulary Multiple Choice Lesson
Past PerfectMultiple Choice Lesson
Should / Had BetterMultiple Choice Lesson
Articles: A/An and TheMultiple Choice Lesson
So and neither, so and suchMultiple Choice Lesson
Verbs and Phrasal Verbs For DatingMultiple Choice Lesson
Modals Deduction PastMultiple Choice Lesson
Go and DoMultiple Choice Lesson
Modals A – may/might (Permission, Possibility)Multiple Choice Lesson
A Few/Few – a Little/LittleMultiple Choice Lesson
A lot of/lots of - much/manyMultiple Choice Lesson
Defining Relative ClausesMultiple Choice Lesson
Punctuation – the full stop (.)Multiple Choice Lesson
Punctuation – using commasMultiple Choice Lesson
Punctuation – question markMultiple Choice Lesson
Punctuation – the apostrophe (‘)Multiple Choice Lesson
Punctuation – the colon (:), semicolon (;) and dash (-)Multiple Choice Lesson
Every, EachMultiple Choice Lesson
Some, Any, NoMultiple Choice Lesson
Adverbials of ProbabilityMultiple Choice Lesson
Modals B – must/have to (Necessity – Deduction)Multiple Choice Lesson
Modals C – should/ought to (Obligation and Probability)Multiple Choice Lesson
Requests and PermissionMultiple Choice Lesson
Short answers and Short FormsMultiple Choice Lesson
Noun Phrases and DeterminersMultiple Choice Lesson
Affirmative and Negative Tags in Short FormsMultiple Choice Lesson