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Phrasal Verbs Exercise 1
Exercise about fifteen common phrasal verbs in English.
Phrasal Verbs 1
The fifteen most common phrasal verbs in English.
Purpose Exercise 1
Exercise about using 'to + infinitive' and 'for + gerund' to talk about purpose in English.
Purpose in English
How to use to + infinitive and for + verb-ing to talk about purpose in English.
It and There Exercise 1
English grammar exercise about 'it' and 'there'.
It and There
How to use 'it' and 'there' as dummy subjects in English.
Embedded Questions in Statements Exercise 1
English grammar exercise about embedded questions.
Embedded Questions / wh-clauses
How to use embedded questions or wh-clauses in English.
As and Like Exercise 1
English grammar exercise about using 'as' and 'like'.
As and Like
How to use 'as' and 'like' in English.
How to use 'hope'
How can we use 'hope' and how is it different from 'wish'?
Exercise about the first, second and third conditionals.
Zero Conditional Exercise 3
Exercise about the zero conditional.
Adverbs or Adjectives Exercise 1
Exercise about choosing adverbs or adjectives.
Adjectives and Adverbs
How to use adjectives and adverbs in English.
Linking Verbs (be / become / seem) in English.
Using Anki flashcards to learn English.
Linking Words Exercise 2 (Reason)
Exercise about using linking words to talk about reason.
Linking Words (Reason)
How to use linking words or discourse markers to show reason (because/ due to / owing to)
Subjects and Objects Exercise 1
Exercise about grammatical subjects and objects.
Explanation of pronouns in English grammar.
Subjects and Objects
Explanation of what subjects and objects are in English grammar.
The Basics (Parts of speech and grammar words)
Explanations of the parts of speech and grammatical metalanguage.
How to use 'would' in English.
Reporting Verbs Exercise 1
Exercise about how to use reporting verbs with reported speech.
How to use reporting verbs.
Could Have Should Have Would Have Exercise 1
Could have should have would have. Past modals exercise
Could have, should have, would have.
How to use the past modals, could have, should have and would have.
All my information about adjectives.