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How to tell if your boyfriend is a slob

What to say to a boyfriend when he lazes around in the house.


What clothes are in the pictures?


Are you a football fan? Try this game to see how many football words you know in English. Can you beat the goalkeeper? Good luck!

You're hired

Marcia calls two of the candidates giving them details of the interview process.

Essays: Vocabulary

Here are some groups of words that commonly occur in Essays, with examples from different disciplines. Try the tasks to practise working with some of them.

IELTS Speaking tips

You'll love these five great tips for the IELTS speaking test – and the examiner will be impressed!


Your Comments

29 July, 2016 - 06:07
Hello huycomf, The order of adjectives is not completely fixed in English. Some of the sequence is strongly fixed - for example, we would rarely place colour before age - but much of the sequence is...
29 July, 2016 - 06:07
Hello Ondra K, I'm afraid that would not be correct. The correct form would be: No, it is only a part of it. As I said in a previous comment, this is an area of the language which is in flux and...
29 July, 2016 - 06:07
Hi Mistycrystaleyes, You can find the rules for capitalisation on this page.   Best wishes, Peter The LearnEnglish Team