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Music Video: All Saints

Average: 3.5 (24 votes)

I hadn't heard this song for years, until it came on the radio this morning. Do you remember it?

It was released in 1997, 15 years ago! Listen to the song and try to complete the gaps with the correct missing words. Before you listen, take a look at the lyrics and see if you can guess what the missing words may be. You may be able to figure out what words are missing by the context of the sentences. 

London Shows - Comparing Information

Average: 3.8 (18 votes)

Culture Lesson: Colombia - Find the mistakes

Average: 3.8 (32 votes)

Today's English lesson looks at sentence structure. There is a grammar mistake in each of the eight sentences below. Can you find them all? Write the correct sentences in the comments area.

In the past year I've spent quite a lot of time in this country and with my daughter being half Colombian, I imagine I'll be spending a lot more!

Health Vocabulary

Average: 4 (14 votes)

Here are ten useful words for talking about health. Read through the list of words below and see if you can fit them into the correct sentence.

'Out' Phrasal Verbs

Average: 3.8 (26 votes)

Here are seven different phrasal verbs ending in the particle 'out'. How many of them do you recognise? Read through the sentences below and decide which phrasal verb is needed for each sentence. Then try to make your own sentences with at least three of the phrasal verbs listed. Good luck!

Reported Speech Practice: Pre-Intermediate Level

Average: 4.2 (26 votes)

Use reported speech to tell someone what another person said e.g.
Jack told me he played tennis.

Business English: Looking for a job

Average: 3.8 (26 votes)

Megan has been looking for a new job. She is trying to pursue a different career in the financial industry and has been to several interviews with some of the biggest financial firms in Cape Town. However, she is still having a difficult time landing her dream job. Remember if you are really interested in this subject, we have very good Business English courses available at our English schools.

Future Continuous Tense with 'Will'

Average: 3.7 (81 votes)

In English there are many different ways to talk about the future. What can you remember about the future continuous tense with will? Here are ten sentences to see if you can remember how to form this tense. When you have completed the exercise, see if you can explain for other learners when and why we use this tense. Good luck!

Subject + will + be + base verb + ing

"I will be sleeping at midnight."

Restaurants: Learn 8 New Words

Average: 3.6 (19 votes)

Last week I visited a restaurant with three friends. I asked two of them to write down their opinions on it. Read through the interviews and see if you can answer the true or false questions below. Have you been to any interesting restaurants lately?

Lesson by Caroline

Marine's Interview

1. What restaurant did you go to? 
I had dinner at Meatliquor.

In the news - Student Visas

Average: 3.9 (22 votes)

Read the article below and try to complete the gaps with the missing words. I'd love to hear your opinion on this issue. Have you been affected by recent visa changes in the UK? Let us know.

Lesson by Caroline