When describing trends in a graph, pie-chart or histogram, it’s useful to have a range of vocabulary to use. Drag and drop the verbs below to organise them into the correct columns according to whether they indicate going up, going down or remaining the same. Drag and drop the words below to organise these intensifying words into adjectives & adverbs … Read More
Multiple-choice exercise Choose the verb which completes the gap in the sentence.
Use prefixes un / dis / mis / im to write the Antonyms or opposites of the words below. Examples: true true untrue happy unhappy like dislike connect disconnect patient impatient possible impossible mature immature fortune misfortune behave misbehave
Disclaimer: This quiz is designed for a bit of fun and please note that I do not suggest learning this complete list of words. However, for obvious reasons, the words included in this quiz which are related to Covid-19 are key terms in daily use and also worth teaching to students of English at higher levels. The majority of … Read More
20 JOB FLASHCARDS TO BUILD YOUR VOCABULARY IN ENGLISH. Learn the following words: dentist, doctor, firefighter, builder, nurse, photographer, soldier, criminal, thief, taxi driver, chef, painter, artist, gardener, delivery person, singer, life guard, thief, hair stylist, barber, hairdresser, detective.
Vocabulary exercise to practise use of speak, ask, say, tell and reply. 15 questions and answers. Multiple Choice Exercise to complete the gap in the sentence Related Pages Practice Exercise with Say & Tell Difference between Say & Tell explained. FOR vs TO Exercise What’s the difference between FOR and TO? Speak, Ask, Say, Tell, Reply Between and Among … Read More
Learn the difference between take, make and do with this interactive multiple-choice exercise. Choose the correct answer. Make or Do Multiple Choice Exercise Click here for expressions with take Make or Do – Vocabulary List What’s the difference between DO & MAKE?
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