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Vocabulary exercises - Football

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

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You're hired

Sarah goes for an interview with Marcia and Philip.

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IELTS Speaking tips

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

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Your Comments

17 May, 2018 - 06:05
Hi Sad, Really, 'was' is not a subjunctive form in English and this is why traditional grammars say that only 'were' (which is the past subjunctive form for all persons) is correct. Despite this, it...
17 May, 2018 - 06:05
Hello angie2, 1. Yes, it is fine to use up to in this way. 2. Yes, that is also fine.   Peter The LearnEnglish Team
17 May, 2018 - 06:05
Hello Lisa Bistrova, The phrase be here for seven o'clock has the same meaning as be here by seven o'clock. It tells the person to arrive no later than seven o'clock. It would be fine to arrive...