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Elementary Podcasts: Tess & Ravi

Talking about birthdays, knitting, family quiz, favourite food, Carolina goes shoe shopping, pronouns, uses of 'poor' and 'old'.

Vocabulary games – Kitchens 1

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

Business Magazine - Relationship-building

Read about relationship-building in business, what it means and how to be better at it.


It's good to express your emotions but don't lose control!

Shakespeare: London

What was it like to watch one of Shakespeare's plays in the 1600s? Join Ben Crystal on his visit to Shakespeare's Globe, a reproduction of the original Globe Theatre in London.


Your Comments

17 September, 2017 - 18:09
Hello SonuKumar, When I first read your sentence before reading your question, I understood both versions to mean the same thing, i.e. that 'by staying at that hotel' referred to 'I' (not to 'anyone...
17 September, 2017 - 18:09
Hello Hayder, Your first sentence is almost correct, but you've left out the idea of 'not'. You could say either 'If only I hadn't decided to go ...' or 'If only I had decided not to go ...' -- both...
17 September, 2017 - 18:09
Hello Diojan, 2 is the correct sentence. The problem with 1 is not the possessive pronoun -- it is the word order. When 'which' goes with a noun, the noun goes immediately after it. All the best,...