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Level: Easy

VERY / TOO, very much, too much, too many

Practise the difference between VERY / TOO and VERY MUCH / TOO MUCH. Usage and special cases.…
items: 28
 
Free Activity
Level: Medium

Spanish Ya= ALREADY / YET / ANY MORE

Let's practise the different ways to say the Spanish YA in English.
items: 20
 
Free Activity
Level: Medium

STILL / YET

Let's practise the difference between STILL and YET as adverbs.
items: 25
 
Free Activity
Level: Medium

ALREADY / YET

Practise the difference between ALREADY and YET.
items: 39
 
Free Activity
Level: Easy

STILL / YET

STILL or YET? In affirmative sentences we can only use STILL, but for negatives and questions…
items: 48
 
Free Activity
Level: Easy

Human

A beautiful enigmatic song. Can you work out what he is singing about? What are you, human…
items: 67
 
Video Page
Level: Easy

EVERY vs EACH / Every one

Practise the difference between EVERY and EACH. Also the difference between EVERYONE and EVERY…
items: 26
 
Free Activity
Level: Easy

EVERY vs ALL / BOTH

Practise the usage and structure of EVERY and also when to use ALL or BOTH instead.
items: 55
 
Free Activity
Level: Easy

I want him to go

Practise the use of the verb TO WANT with two persons: I want + (I go) = I want to go / I…
items: 25
 
Free Activity
Level: Medium

I want him to go

Practise the use of verbs such as TO WANT with two persons: I want + (I go) = I want to go…
items: 59
 
Free Activity
Level: Easy

ENOUGH: usage and position

Let's practise the use of ENOUGH and the order of the sentence when it modifies a noun or…
items: 20
 
Free Activity
Level: Medium

Impersonal sentences: ONE / YOU / THEY

Let's practise the use of YOU / ONE / THEY in impersonal sentences.
items: 15
 
Free Activity
Level: Medium

Impersonal sentences

We are going to practise the use of YOU / ONE / THEY to make impersonal sentences.
items: 15
 
Free Activity
Level: Easy

ONE/S as a pronoun

Let's practise the use of ONE/S to avoid repetitions in English.
items: 15
 
Free Activity
Level: Easy

One / Ones as a pronoun

We use ONE/S as a pronoun to avoid repetition.
items: 20
 
Free Activity
Level: Easy

Each other / Themselves...

Let's practise the difference between reciprocal and reflexive actions.
items: 15
 
Free Activity
Level: Easy

Emphatic pronouns

Practise the use of the emphatic pronouns used to emphasize the subject of a sentence: Myself,…
items: 20
 
Free Activity
Level: Easy

Emphatic pronouns: Myself, yourself...

Using emphatic pronouns to emphasize the subject of the sentence.
items: 20
 
Free Activity
Level: Easy

Reflexive pronouns: Myself, yourself...

Practise making sentences using the reflexive pronouns if necessary. SPANISH - ENGLISH
items: 35
 
Free Activity
Level: Medium

Myself... Reflexive pronouns

When we use the reflexive forms in English and when we don't use them.
items: 25
 
Free Activity
Level: Easy

Other / Another / Others...

Practise the difference between OTHER, ANOTHER, THE OTHER, ANOTHER ONE, OTHERS, SOME OTHERS,…
items: 21
 
Free Activity
Level: Easy

Other / Another / Others

Practise the difference between Othere / Another / Another one / Others, /The other... SPANISH…
items: 25
 
Free Activity
Level: Easy

Other / Another ... - basic use

Learn the difference between Other, Another, The Other, Others, Another One
items: 25
 
Free Activity
Level: Very simple

Boring or Bored?

Let's practise the difference between BORING and BORED and other similar adjectives.
items: 30
 
Free Activity
Level: Difficult

White Knuckles

An alternative rock song by OK Go from the album Of the Blue Colour of the Sky. The music…
items: 44
 
Video Page

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Total activities: 527
 

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