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Exercise about numbers idioms and proverbs. Write the correct number into the blank spaces for each sentence.
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Each sentence is either a idiom or a proverb.
Lots of people want me to talk about the World Cup, so here we go! This is the first in a series of episodes about World Cup 2014. We start with a general look at the tournament, the groups and the...
Luke's World Cup Series.
Do you know how to make predictions for the future in English? This post shows you how to can, and also asks for your opinion on who will win the World Cup.
Jack's second post in his World Cup series.
Some excellent tips here from Terry Kaufman.
You've been warned by The Oatmeal!!
If you haven't seen this video about the Italian man who went to Malta, here it is. It's a video showing a common 'stereotype' of the way Italians talk. Does everyone from Italy sound like this, of...
What's the difference between OF and OFF?
Lyrics: email firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.colloandspark.com http://www.facebook.com/FluencyMC http://twitter.com/FluencyMC http://www.youtube.com/collole...
This is a brilliant way of learning and remembering how to use "say" and "tell' correctly in English.A fantastic video by Fluency MC and Adir Ferreira
Hi Students & Teachers! One of my favourite programs on TV is the ballroom dancing competition Strictly Come Dancing. For my Friday class today I thought that as we were saying farewell to some...
Learning English from TV, but run out of shows to watch? No problem! Learn English from the best TV shows of all time: American sitcoms from the 90's.
Ah the memories......
In this second World Cup episode we focus on England, and then the dark side of The World Cup including the allegations of corruption and the civil unrest in Brazil. Right-click here to download th...
And here's Part 2
Want to improve your printed and online content? Chop these words -- mercilessly.
Some useful tips here.
Advice and advise are two commonly confused words in English. Learn the differences and when to use each one. These two words have a very similar spelling, but they are pronounced differently. Advice is pronounced with an
From those cool guys at Real Life English.
You will learn about why podcasts are so important for improving your English along with the type of podcasts that will help your English speaking.
What's the difference between the words breakfast, brunch, lunch, tea, dinner and supper? Read on and find out!
If you're reading this, I imagine you want to communica…
Your 33-day challenge to improve your English speaking skills by Dylan Gates.
I'll try it out!
Want to learn English through movies and film? You've come to the right place! Here's our helpful guide for learning English through movies and film!