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Polite requests: Match the question to the answer

Average: 4 (16 votes)

Match these ten answers to the requests. Type in the letter, do not type in the whole sentence.

Vocabulary for Beginner/Elementary/Pre-Intermediate Level

Average: 3.7 (10 votes)

Here are ten words. Do you know them?

Unscramble the words to find the answer:

e.g. A black and white striped animal - zebra (braze)

Today's lesson by Adele, EC Cape Town

Link: Chose the correct verb

Reflexive Pronouns for Upper-Intermediate students

Average: 3.8 (16 votes)

When you look in a mirror you see your own reflection, i.e. you see yourself. 'Yourself' is an example of a reflexive pronoun. Just as a mirror reflects your image, so does a reflexive pronoun reflect the subject pronoun!

Reflexive pronouns are used in two different ways:

Articles - Beginner Level

Average: 3.2 (10 votes)

Use a, an and the in the sentences below:

Lesson by Adele, EC Cape Town

When to use a, an, some, any

Everyday English expressions and idioms / High Intermediate

Average: 3.4 (41 votes)

Take a look at these ten well-known idioms. How many of them are you familiar with. Do you know what they mean?

Possessive Adjectives (Elementary/Pre- Intermediate)

Average: 3.4 (8 votes)

Adjective

An adjective is a word which give us more information about a nonun. Car is a noun, big is an adjective.

"That is a big car."

Possessive Adjective

My is an adjective. In this sentence, It shows who the cars belong to.

"That is my car."

In the news: Haiti Earthquake / Level: High Intermediate

Average: 3 (20 votes)

Have you been following the news out of Haiti using English-speaking media. Here's some of the vocabulary that's being used. What are your thoughts on the earthquake. Do they happen in your country?

Reading for information and comparing

Average: 2.6 (7 votes)

The famous sitcom and now movie "Sex and the City" makes use of so many comparisons, people in New York are always comparing their clothes, bodies, houses, salaries etc.... etc... ! Read about the different characters from the movie and complete the comparative and superlative gap fill.

"Are you free on Saturday?" - Hobbies

Average: 3.4 (11 votes)

When we meet someone for the first time we often ask them, "What do you do in your free time?" or, "What do you do in your spare time?" Both of these questions are asking, "What is your hobby?"

How many of these hobbies do you know? Match each hobby to its definition.

Are any of these your hobby? Have you tried them? What do you think about them? What do you do in your spare time?

Prepositions: in, on, at - Level: beginner/elementary

Average: 3 (14 votes)

Here's a basic look at prepositions. Sometimes even high-level English learners can forget which prepositions to use. This will be a good chance to review for some of you.

Complete these sentences using in, on, or at:

When you have finished write your own example sentences today's prepositions.