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Time Phrasal Verbs

Average: 3.8 (21 votes)

Time is like money, we never seem to have enough of it! Do you think you manage your time wisely? Are you good at getting things done on time? Today we look at 14 phrasal verbs that are related to how we use time.

Living in London

Average: 3.7 (15 votes)

London is home to over 100,000 international students from over 200 different nations. There are more international students learning in there than in any other city in the world. Our English school in London gives our students the oppurtunity to enjoy this amazing city while they improve their English.

London is my favourite city in the world. I don't live there at the moment but I’m hoping to move there soon.

In The News: Obama Wins!

Average: 4.8 (16 votes)

President Barack Obama _1_ been re-elected to a second term, defeating Republican challenger Mitt Romney.

In a speech _2_ almost 25 minutes, the President insisted he had hope for the future but admitted there was "more work to do".

In The News: Lance Armstrong

Average: 4.9 (10 votes)

If you were asked to name a cyclist you would probably say Lance Armstrong. You don't have to be a fan of the sport to know who he is. At the moment his name appears in the news as serious allegations are made against him. Read through the text and choose which words are missing.

Lesson by Caroline

Face Verbs

Average: 4.9 (14 votes)

Did you know that 93% of communication is through body language, while only 7% of communication consists of words! This low percentage means that saying the words “I'm sorry” doesn't mean much when your tone and body language do not reflect sorriness. Nonverbal communication ranges from facial expression to body language. Gestures, signs, and use of space are also important in nonverbal communication.

Listening Lesson: Build your Creative Confidence

Average: 4.2 (37 votes)

Are you creative? Do you think people can learn to be more creative or is creativity just something you are born with and can't be taught.

Creativity is the ability to come up with new ideas. It is an important skill in business because fresh ideas can help an organisation stay competitive.

Often, people think of themselves as being creative or non-creative. This talk argues that everyone has the ability to be creative and that it is only fear that stops people from being so.

Danny's Reading: Deodorant

Average: 4.5 (12 votes)

This is an article about deodorant.

Yes. Seriously.

Not just any deodorant though. Specifically, the one that I just bought from the supermarket down the road. Which is, apparently, not really a deodorant, but a 'Skin Comfort System Anti-Perspirant Body Spray, with Chamomile Extract and Avocado Oil'. In other words, it's a deodorant which costs three times as much as any other deodorant purely because it has a cooler sounding name.

Weather Words

Average: 4 (16 votes)

A while ago we had a lesson on weather phrasal verbs. Today we look at 4 more verbs (plus one noun) we use to talk about weather.

When you have finished, write your own sentences using today's 5 new words.

5 Weather Terms

1. let up - (verb) to stop or improve.

In The News: Hurricane Sandy

Average: 4.1 (15 votes)

A hurricane is a huge and powerful destructive storm with very strong winds that occurs _1_ in the western part of the Atlantic Ocean. The winds usually have a circular movement.

Business English: Money Vocabulary

Average: 4.2 (21 votes)

Money is not the most important thing in life, some people may affirm, but how necessary it is! Some things money cannot buy, but it produces, manages, distributes, trades, puts on display, brags, gives importance and meaning. Money cannot buy happiness, but somehow it helps!