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Baffling spellings

Baffling spellings

In my experience, the most common complaint language learners make about English is that the spelling of words often has little or nothing to do with their pronunciation. It’s easy enough to teach...

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Multi-word Verbs

Multi-word Verbs

Choose the correct option to go with the clue Example - Come up with/come up against  → Which one is about facing a  challenge/obstacle? ( come up against  ) Catch up with/keep up with → In which...

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Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal Verbs

Match the verbs with the definitions   1. Find out  a) reject/say no to a request 2. Give up  b) wait 3. Hang out c) omit/not include 4. Hold up d) change 5. Join in e) start a journey 6. Leave...

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Verbs and prepositions

Verbs and prepositions

Verbs followed by prepositions Put the following verbs into the correct category :  Accuse    Coincide     Benefit     Concentrate     Argue       Collide     Guess     Marvel   Protest   Be...

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Verb Patterns

Verb Patterns

Gerund or infinitive following the first verb.    Read the sentences and decide if the second verbs are in the correct form or not. Do they feel right to you or not? I have decided going to the...

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Word Building Table

Word Building Table

Word formation is one of many exercises that you will find in Cambridge Exams. In this exercise you have to change the form of a word  so that the sentence makes sense , eg. from a verb to a noun, ...

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