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Danny's Reading: Not About Gozo

Average: 4.4 (15 votes)

Gozo, Malta's smaller sister island, is a great place for those moments in life when you just need to get away from it all for a couple of days. Twenty minutes away by ferry, Gozo is quiet and tranquil - except for certain times of the year when absolutely everybody simultaneously feels the need to get away from it all, and end up finding the 'it' that they need to get away from waiting for them in the holiday apartment next door to theirs.

Find the Mistakes

Average: 4.3 (35 votes)

Today's lesson tests your knowledge of English grammar and your general knowledge.

People in the UK this year celebrated 60 years of the reign of the current Queen, Elizabeth II. But how much do you know about the Queen?

Task 1 - There is one mistake in each of these eight sentences. Can you find the eight mistakes?

Task 2 - Are the sentences true or false?

Elementary: Around the House

Average: 3.4 (18 votes)

Do you know the names of the objects you find in the house? What do we sit on? What do we cook our food in? Here are ten household objects, but they are spelt with one letter missing.

e.g. "We don't find hair in the house, but we could find a chair."

Exam Preparation: Housing in English-Speaking Countries

Average: 3.6 (11 votes)

Preparing for an IELTS, TOEFL or Cambridge ESOL exam means lots of reading practice. On your English language test you will probably be given a long text to read and then tested to see how well you have understood. Try this exam-style comprehension exercise. How many of the 10 questions can you get right?

Relationship and Dating Expressions

Average: 4 (23 votes)

Last month we had an English lesson on dating phrasal verbs. Today we continue the theme by looking at more English expressions used to talk about relationships.

Look at the context of each sentence and choose the correct definition. Good luck!

Should / Had Better

Average: 4.5 (70 votes)

Should is a modal verb that has more than one meaning. The obvious meaning is that we use to give advice (eg. You should quit smoking), but it could also mean that you expect something to happen in the future

eg. John called and told me he's on his way. He should be here soon.

The past tense of should is should have + past participle.

In The News: Wayne Rooney

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Music Video: Eye of the Tiger

Average: 3.8 (45 votes)

I decided to use this song for a lesson today as my boyfriend was exercising to it this morning! It is a classic 80's tune and definitely a motivational song. It was also the theme song for the well-known movie, Rockie III. Read through the lyrics and see if you can guess which words complete the gaps. Then listen and see if you were right! Good luck.

Lesson by Caroline

Adverbs of Quantity

Average: 3.7 (60 votes)

Countable Nouns

Countable nouns are things which can be counted. That means that when there is more than one of them, you need to add 's'. Also, when a countable noun is singular an article (a/an/the) is often used with it.
e.g. There are too many factories.

Reported Speech for Beginners

Average: 3.3 (17 votes)

A - Practice changing these sentences from Direct to Reported Speech. You do not need to change the verb tense.

E.g. Nancy: The world is beautiful.

Nancy says (that) the world is beautiful.

1. Bobby: Jacob has a lot of friends.

2. Diane: It's time to get ready.

3. Mike: The weather is great today.

4. Drew: Most people are friendly.

5. Stacy: It a beautiful day.