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As and Like Exercise 1

English grammar exercise about 'it' and 'there'.

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It and There

How to use 'it' and 'there' as dummy subjects in English.

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Embedded Questions in Statements Exercise 1

English grammar exercise about embedded questions.

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Embedded Questions / wh-clauses

How to use embedded questions or wh-clauses in English.

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As and Like Exercise 1

English grammar exercise about using 'as' and 'like'.

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As and Like

How to use 'as' and 'like' in English.

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How to use 'hope'

How can we use 'hope' and how is it different from 'wish'?

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Conditionals Exercise

Exercise about the first, second and third conditionals.

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Zero Conditional Exercise 3

Exercise about the zero conditional.

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Adverbs or Adjectives Exercise 1

Exercise about choosing adverbs or adjectives.

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Adjectives and Adverbs

How to use adjectives and adverbs in English.

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Linking Verbs

Linking Verbs (be / become / seem) in English.

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Anki

Using Anki flashcards to learn English.

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Linking Words Exercise 2 (Reason)

Exercise about using linking words to talk about reason.

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Linking Words (Reason)

How to use linking words or discourse markers to show reason (because/ due to / owing to)

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Subjects and Objects Exercise 1

Exercise about grammatical subjects and objects.

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Pronouns

Explanation of pronouns in English grammar.

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Subjects and Objects

Explanation of what subjects and objects are in English grammar.

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The Basics (Parts of speech and grammar words)

Explanations of the parts of speech and grammatical metalanguage.

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Cookies

Perfect English Grammar and how we use cookies.

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Would

How to use 'would' in English.

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Reporting Verbs Exercise 1

Exercise about how to use reporting verbs with reported speech.

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Reporting Verbs

How to use reporting verbs.

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Could Have Should Have Would Have Exercise 1

Could have should have would have. Past modals exercise

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Could have, should have, would have.

How to use the past modals, could have, should have and would have.

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Adjectives

All my information about adjectives.

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Comparative Adjectives Exercise 1

An exercise about comparative adjectives.

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Superlative and Comparative Adjectives

How to make and use comparative and superlative adjectives.

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Causatives: Have and Get

Learn about the causative verbs 'have' and 'get' here.

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Subject and Object Questions Exercise 1

An exercise about causatives: have someone do something and get someone to do something.

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