Tag Archives: Vocabulary

Fruit and Vegetables!

Do you have a healthy diet? Which fruit and vegetables do you eat? Advertisements

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British English vs American English

Can you add more words to the list?

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Phrasal Verbs to use over the phone

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AFFECT VS. EFFECT WITH 22 EXAMPLE SENTENCES

Knowing when to use affect and effect can be difficult; even for native English speakers. The following should help you better understand the difference and how to use them. Affect is usually used as a verb. A ways to remember it … Continue reading

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Vocabulary Practice

Can you identify these objects? Make the word. Musical instruments Memory Test (you’ll love this game)

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Expressions with “GET”

There are so many ways to use get in phrases and expressions. Today we’ll look at a few of them.  Get is used frequently is spoken English. It has the following meanings:  buy, receive, or obtain something, e.g. Please get me a cup of … Continue reading

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English Proverbs

Many proverbs have been absorbed into English having been known earlier in other languages. The list here is specifically of English proverbs and the dates given are those when the proverb first appeared in English. List of Proverbs

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At the supermarket

Watch and comment What is your favourite dish? What are the ingredients?

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CONFUSABLE WORDS: canal, channel

A canal is a long, narrow stretch of water that has been specially built, usually to enable barges or ships to sail inland. In summer, boat trips go east down the canal to Regent’s Park. … the construction of a … Continue reading

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