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Elementary Podcasts: Tess & Ravi

Talking about clothes, Jonathan Ive, 10 Seconds, the vuvuzela, women's football, travelling on the London Underground, jokes, etc.

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Vocabulary games – Kitchens 1

Do these exercises to learn words for things you find in a kitchen.

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You're hired

Sarah starts her first day on the job and is shown around the office by Philip and Marcia.

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IELTS Reading tips

Anna from Sweden, Joan from Hong Kong and Rosselle from the Philippines share their secrets on how to succeed in the IELTS reading paper.

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Your Comments

11 December, 2017 - 12:12
Hello Dorsa.keshavarz, Speakers of British English can use 'mind you' to explain more about something that they've just said. In this case, the speaker uses it to show the problem with what they...
11 December, 2017 - 12:12
Hello again Lunar0506, 'Why does it make him feel angry?' is the only correct one of those two sentences. The auxiliary verb can only be omitted with the question words 'what' and 'who', and then...
11 December, 2017 - 11:12
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