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True or False Reading - World's youngest yoga teacher

Average: 4.1 (13 votes)

This little girl is another example of a child prodigy, someone who is extremely talented at a very young age. Yoga is a form of exercise that focuses on physical and mental health.

It is extremely challenging, as you can see from the photo!

Read this article and see if you can answer the true or false questions.

Music Videos Listening Lesson - Forever Young

Average: 4.1 (17 votes)

'Forever Young. I want to be forever young'. So true...How about you? Would you like to stay young forever or are you looking forward to getting older?

In this simple lesson all you need to do is fill in the gaps with the correct vocabulary. Listen carefully!
Lesson by Caroline Devane

Reading Comprehension - True or False Activity

Average: 3.7 (24 votes)

Walt Disney has brought joy to many of us as both children and adults. But how much do you know about the parks that exist all over the world? Read through the article below and see if you can answer the true or false questions afterwards.
Lesson by Craoline Devane

Phrasal Verb Review

Average: 3.6 (16 votes)

This lesson is designed to see how well you remember the meaning of some common phrasal verbs.

Match each phrasal verb below to the correct sentence.

Make sure you use the correct tense!

Family Word Scramble- Elementary Level

Average: 3.8 (8 votes)

How well do you remember all the vocabulary related to family? I have written a description of my family below but some of the words are all mixed up, can you work out what they should be?

My thomre is called Kate and my thfare is called Kevin.

My umm is a chiropodist and my add is a comedian. He travels a lot for work and at the moment he is in Brazil!

Leo DiCaprio Interview

Average: 4.1 (13 votes)

Leo DiCaprio became one of my favourite actors after I saw him in the film ‘Blood Diamond’.

It is an amazing film, full of drama and suspense and I even studied the story with some of my students at EC Cape Town English school.

This lesson tests your ability to listen for specific words and information. Listen carefully to the interview and then try to decide which word is being said. Then, if you haven’t already, go and watch the movie!

Listening: Michael Bublé - Haven't Met You Yet

Average: 4 (12 votes)

Michael Buble is an excellent singer for those learning English as he sings the lyrics very clearly.

I have written some words, along with their meanings, above the song.

All you need to do is listen and decide which word goes in which gap. Good luck!
Lesson by Caroline Devane

Advanced Level Reading: Brainy Teenagers

Average: 3.1 (14 votes)

Here's an interesting article about how the brains of teenagers and adults function differently. Read the article and fit the vocabulary into the correct gaps. Do you agree with the article and think that teenagers find it more difficult to concentrate than adults? Or do you, like me, think it may be something to do with the increased amount of coffee we drink as we get older!
By Caroline Devane

Mixed Collocations

Average: 3.6 (13 votes)

Collocations are words that usually appear next to each other in sentences.

For example, make + a noise are a collocation because we often use them together, "This is a library so please do not make a noise."

We say 'make a noise' not 'do a noise' or 'have a noise'.

Want to lose weight?

Average: 3.4 (9 votes)

Is anyone still following a post-New Year diet? I certainly am not and decided to boycott it this year and continue eating chocolate and sweet things. This article is about a man who decided to try a ‘junk food diet’! Read the article and see if you can answer the true or false questions at the end. Good luck!
By Caroline Devane