Online Exercises Affect vs. effect exercise Quiz-summary 0 of 10 questions completed Questions: English Language (ESL) Grammar Quizzes for Students Test yourself with our selection of 518 free English language quizzes covering grammar, usage and vocabulary for beginner, intermediate and advanced level English students. Simply answer all of the questions in the quiz and press submit to see your score and other statistics. Each ESL quiz is also available as a printable teacher handout. Your meat addiction is destroying the planet “Jesus,” Molly said, her own plate empty, “gimme that. You know what this costs?” She took his plate. “They gotta raise a whole animal for years and then they kill it. Games and social media Games and social media Games, videos and social networking are all great ways to improve your English. Find out what is available from Cambridge English Language Assessment. Quiz your English app
Irregular verbs in context - Teacher story Teaching irregular verbs in context is not only useful, but rewarding too. A short story attracts the attention of students and can be used in many communicative activities. Unfortunately, there are not many short stories which can be easily used for teaching the past tense. The Grammar of Doom The Grammar of Doom is an adventure game. This means that it has some images and ideas (like death) that may upset very sensitive or young children. We recommend that such children be guided by an adult who has previously checked this material. If don't want to continue, click here Have they gone? How to Write News Stories Here's something very few people realise: Writing news stories isn't particularly difficult. It does take practice and not everyone will be an expert but if you follow the guidelines below you should be able to create effective news items without too much stress. The Five "W"s and the "H"
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Pearson Test of English - about the PTE General and PTE Academic exams The following tests are available from Pearson: The Pearson Test of English Academic PTE Academic is a computer-based academic English language test aimed at non-native English speakers wanting to study abroad. It tests Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. There is one multi-level test. Please click here to see further information and free practice tests for the PTE Academic test. The Pearson Test of English General (Formerly The London Test of English, these are designed to reward positive achievement in English language learning.
About Words - Cambridge Dictionaries Online blog by Liz Walter Most of us spend a lot of time talking – in fact a recent study showed that the average Brit spends 6 months of their life talking about weather alone! It’s no wonder therefore that we often need to describe that activity. English Grammar Tests for ESL Students - English Grammar Practice Quizzes (B) = Beginner; (I) = Intermediate; (A) = Advanced VERB TENSES (Tests/Quizzes): Commands (Imperative) 1 (B/I)Commands (Imperative) 2 (B/I)Commands (Imperative) 3 (B/I)The Present Continuous 1 (B)NEWSimple Past/Past Continuous? 1 (A)Simple Past/Past Continuous? 2 (A)Simple Past/Past Continuous? Lost Property This EFL lesson is designed around a beautiful short film titled Lost Property by Asa Lucander. Students do a dictation, work out meanings of the verb ‘lose’, speak about lost items, watch a trailer and short film, and write a story. I would ask all teachers who use Film English to consider buying my book Film in Action as the royalties which I receive from sales help to keep the website completely free. Language level: Intermediate (B1) – Upper Intermediate (B2) Learner type: Teens and adults Time: 90 minutes
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