JOB FLASHCARDS

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.  

Teach or Learn?

What’s the difference between teach and learn? This is a common question in class and the difference is quite easy!  A teacher teaches in a school and students learn. TEACH – use the verb ‘teach’ to mean to instruct or to show someone how to do something.    Examples: 1).  My teacher teaches very well.  I always understand everything  2).  … Read More

Get a life! Expressions with GET

COMMON EXPRESSIONS WITH GET GET A LIFE – Meaning: go and start doing something interesting Example sentence:  She just sits around the house all day.  She really needs to get a life. GET A MOVE ON – Meaning: Hurry up! or get going Example sentence:  Come on!  Let’s get a move on!  We’re going to be late. GET LOST –  … Read More

Speak, Ask, Say, Tell, Reply

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   Practice Exercise with Say & Tell Difference between Say & Tell explained.

Take, Make or Do Elementary Exercise

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?  

Easy phrases with take

Common Phrases with Take for A2 / Elementary Level of English take a course / take an exam / take a test / take lessons Example Sentences: Why are your studying English?  I’m taking a test next week. You have to take exams before you can go to university. I’m taking English lessons with a very good teacher.   take … Read More

Make or Do Elementary Exercises

Practise the difference between MAKE & DO with this interactive multiple-choice exercise. More exercises with MAKE & DO Take, Make or Do Multiple-Choice Exercise LEARN Word Collocation: MAKE Difference between MAKE & DO + exercise Keep going!  Click here to learn common expressions with take