Phrasal Verb Dictionary To look up a phrasal verb, click a letter in the menu. The formats below are used in phrasal verb definitions.separable verbs: (talk * into)inseparable verbs: (run into +)object can be in both positions: (look * up +) 1. A phrasal verb is a verb plus a preposition or adverb which creates a meaning different from the original verb. Example: I ran into my teacher at the movies last night. run + into = meet He ran away when he was 15. run + away = leave home 2. Example: He suddenly showed up. 3. Example: I made up the story. 4. Example: I talked my mother into letting me borrow the car. 5. Example: I ran into an old friend yesterday. 6. Example: I looked the number up in the phone book. 7. Example: I looked the number up in the phone book. Also try our Verb + Preposition Dictionary to look up standard verb + prepostion combinations. Your personal online English school.
Articles Exercises (A, An, The) & Worksheet (ESL/EFL) English Current Articles Exercises (A, An, The) & Worksheet – Practice Online ESL Level: Beginner, Intermediate, AdvancedArticles Worksheet Download: Articles-Worksheet-Englishcurrent.doc (with answers) Instructions: Put the correct article (a, an, the, or nothing) into the paragraphs below. Articles: Exercises for Beginner Students My mother is English teacher. I am student. Answers 1. an, a, –, the, The programs, –, a I’m little excited because it’s Friday. a, –, a, The one, –, — Later, after eating dinner and doing my homework, I go to my room and read book for 30 minutes. a, the, – Articles: Exercises for Intermediate Students Moving to United States was most exciting thing I have ever done. the, the, –, an, –, a, the(“a” is possible but “the” is more common) Today, I have job interview at financial company. has offices all over world. a, a, The company, –, the, the, The company, –, the If I get hired, I could meet him after work for drinks. –, –, a, a I have two brothers. the, –, a, – –, the, –, the the, Most
Is Your Writing Bold & Clear After spending our days writing, we realized a common mistake: sentences easily grow to the point that they became difficult to understand. The worst part is we didn’t realize we were doing it. Our text was more clear and persuasive when we kept it simple. So writes one of the developers of Hemingway, an app that analyzes text to help make your writing “bold and clear.” But first, how does the famously terse writing of the tool’s namesake fare in Hemingway? The two waiters inside the cafe knew that the old man was a little drunk, and while he was a good client they knew that if he became too drunk he would leave without paying, so they kept watch on him. The Hemingway tool deems this “very hard to read” (post-college level) and advises the writer to use simpler and fewer words, and to consider splitting it into two sentences. The two waiters inside the cafe knew that the old man was slightly drunk. Now let’s see how Hemingway likes my preferred revision from the previous blog post:
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Modal Summary Grammar-Quizzes › Verb Phrases › Verb Groups › Modals Summary of Practices Modal Diagnostic: identify specific points that need review Quiz 1: beginning – intermediate Quiz 2: intermediate – advanced Will / Might: express varying degrees of certainty Beg—Inter. Polar bears will perish. (100% certain) They might not survive in the arctic. (< 50% certainty) Will / Would: express attitudes of determination, unwillingness or failure I will win this singing contest! The judges won't let me sing another song. I would have done better, but my voice cracked. Be going / Will: express immediate vs scheduled future events I am going to text Brad the news. I will call Jill tomorrow to see how she is. We are going to go to the movies. We are going to come home. Will be -ing: express future activities with focus on the flow of time Beg–Adv ESL We will be working in this area. Will you leave now? Do you intend to be staying long? Modals—Scheduled Events (Present & Future) Beginning ESL I will get there around noon.