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Tess & Ravi

Tess and Ravi talk about a typical English drink and where to find it. Jo and Adam look at adjectives and adverbs. 

Vocabulary exercises - Football

Learn some vocabulary for talking about football by doing these exercises.

You're Hired

After firing the sales director, Phillip and Marcia discuss some job applications and the interview format.

IELTS Interview skills

Even if you are asked what seems like a yes–no question, you are expected to say more.


Your Comments

19 February, 2018 - 07:02
Hello Marua, Both of those would be fine. I think the second sounds a little better but it's hard to be sure without knowing the full context.   Peter The LearnEnglish Team
19 February, 2018 - 07:02
Hello clover315, Yes, you can say this without the definite article. However, the meaning changes: How interesting the films are! [a particular group or selection of films, such as those being...
19 February, 2018 - 07:02
Hello Sad, The word 'sports' here is an adjective. We see it used most often in phrases like these: sports day [a day in school devoted to races and similar competitions] sports shoes [trainers or...