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  1. ‘used to + infinitive’ and ‘be/get used to’

    are formed with ‘ Did you use to …?’ There is no present tense equivalent of ‘ used to ’. To talk about ... present habits we use the present simple and an adverb of frequency (usually, always, often, never, etc.) ... to the weather here yet. He’s finding it very cold. ‘ Be/get used to ’ can be used with past, present and future ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:51

  2. Case Studies: Structure- Interview with Lecturer

    OK, so we’re summarising. And then recommendations if they have any. References, a list of references ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:39 - 23 comments

  3. Animals Scene 1 Language Focus

    for you, so don't type them. Exercise Grammar: adjectives Grammar: could Grammar: may, might Grammar ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:25 - 59 comments

  4. Music is GREAT- Part 2

    Richard do these things? Exercise Fill the space with the right preposition. Exercise Grammar ... and a soldier. This production is presented by the Royal Albert Hall and Raymond Gubbay Ltd and features the Royal ... but they are making a big difference. Known as The Hub, it’s a space perfect for creating music for all ages. Here ...

    editor_english - 17 Apr 2018 - 12:30 - 30 comments

  5. Words that are often confused

    is uncountable and refers to the general idea of travelling. Did you have a good travel? Travel is something ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:51

  6. Bestival Scene 2 Language Focus

    the video and then complete the  Tasks. Exercise Grammar: need need B1 B2 Exercise ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:31 - 64 comments

  7. My life in the UK

    culture of their region. On Christmas Day, they even bought me some presents to celebrate the Christmas.  ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:49 - 395 comments

  8. Indoor Sports Scene 1 Language Focus

    the weather or not! Download Support Pack (590KB) Exercise   Exercise   Grammar: going to weather the future ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:27 - 38 comments

  9. Art Scene 2 Language Focus

    the activities. Type the comparative and superlative forms into the spaces provided. Exercise Grammar ... : comparatives superlatives Grammar: word order in sentences comparatives superlatives B1 B2 Order the words ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:25 - 34 comments

  10. Viral marketing

    the transcript at any time. Exercise B2 Exercise Presenter: Now, one of the latest buzzwords in e-commerce ... with the service, the message you've received. Presenter: But it's not limited to internet email providers, is it? ... on this sort of thing now. Presenter: And presumably the idea is that people like the game or animation ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:38 - 20 comments

  11. Music Scene 1

    Stephen visits Ashlie and her band as they rehearse in a recording studio. Think about the following questions: What kind of music do you enjoy listening to? How are live music performances better or worse than recordings?  Watch as Stephen goes along to ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:23 - 84 comments

  12. Conditionals 1

    of conditional sentences are covered in another section. Exercise Grammar: if sentences: present & future ... it gets dark. It lights up if you push that button. The present simple is used in both clauses. First ... be top of the league. In first conditional sentences, the structure is usually if + present simple ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:51

  13. Hamlet 2: A Bad Death

    ('has been' = present perfect) The ghost of Hamlet's father wants to be revenged. ('to ... Grammar: passive Shakespeare theatre UK culture B2 How the Zimbabwean audience responds to death in Hamlet ... Shakespeare is known all over the world. ('is' = present simple) 'Hamlet' was written ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:54 - 3 comments

  14. A Quick Guide to Dance

    organized movements tell a story or express an idea. Ballroom dancing Ballroom dance, refers collectively ... in film, and on television. While historically ballroom dance may refer to any form of formal social ... in scope, usually referring specifically to the International Standard and International Latin style dances ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:41 - 36 comments

  15. Literature is GREAT- Part 2

    Modern-day authors cast their own spells, too, and Richard visits a very magical place to find out about contemporary English writers. Why do you think the Harry Potter books are so popular? Have you read any of the books mentioned? Do you think you could ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:53 - 45 comments

  16. Research Reports

    The purpose of a Research Report is to demonstrate or develop ability to undertake a complete piece of research including research design, and an appreciation of its significance in the field. ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:40 - 6 comments

  17. Meat and fish

    Do these vocabulary exercises and learn words for different kinds of meat and fish. Exercise How much meat do you eat? Do you know anyone who is a vegetarian? Exercise Exercise Exercise food staple foods B1 Exercise ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:52 - 3 comments

  18. Episode 03

    and another sympathetic, to see how you perform under stress. Technical Job Interview This usually refers ... we'd like you to give a short presentation on how you see WebWare as a company progressing, and how you ... see yourself taking us there. DW: OK so will I be expected to give like a formal style presentation ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:37 - 159 comments

  19. Hospital Scene 1

    Stephen tries out his skateboard at a skate park. What could possibly go wrong? Think about the following questions: Have you ever hurt yourself cycling or skateboarding? How do you know when you need to get medical attention? Watch Stephen get back on hi ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:27 - 84 comments

  20. Art Scene 1 Language Focus

    to Task and do the activities. Use a, an, or 0 (no article) to complete the sentences. Exercise Grammar ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:25 - 69 comments

  21. Snowdon Scene 1- Language Focus

    and then do the tasks.  Language Task Complete the sentence with the right question tag. Exercise Grammar ... : negative questions Grammar: question tags B1 Language Task Read the sentences with tag questions and choose ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:24 - 151 comments

  22. Population and Demographics

    read the Transcript at any time. Read the questions and select the right answer. Exercise Grammar ... : pronouns & nouns Grammar: use of 'it' politics & government B1 Read the questions ... into administrative units (often referred to as local government or local authorities) where local issues ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:50 - 57 comments

  23. A Wall in Naples

    This poem by Andrew Motion was inspired by a Thomas Jones painting in London's National Gallery in which Motion reflects upon the enduring value of artistic creation. Download audio 707KB (right click & save) We suggest you do the vocabulary acti ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:46 - 25 comments

  24. Series 1 Episode 6- He's a pest!

    vocabulary and grammar in Tasks 3 and 4. You can read the transcript at any stage if you want. Exercise ... time. Exercise   Exercise   Grammar: adjectives children & childhood families A2 Exercise   Olivia:  ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:35 - 149 comments

  25. It wouldn't do

    the activity. Decide if the statements are true or false. Exercise Grammar: comparatives superlatives stories B2 ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:46 - 18 comments

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