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  1. Town or country mouse?

    (According to the United Nations, approximately 1 billion people in cities are living in slum conditions ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:45 - 12 comments

  2. Treasure!

    sailing. After battling with hostile conditions at sea, Fisher then had to battle in the courts. In fact, ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:45 - 15 comments

  3. The life of trees

    that are grown in city conditions do not live as long as trees that grow in a natural environment, maybe because ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:44 - 5 comments

  4. Gardening: the Beginnings

    ornamental (n.): an object which is beautiful rather than useful. paradise (n.): a place or condition ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:42 - 5 comments

  5. A beach

    someone float if they fall into water. paradise (n.): a place or condition of great happiness where ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:41 - 199 comments

  6. Adjectives ending in-ed and –ing

    exhausting frightened frightening satisfied satisfying shocked shocking Exercise Grammar: participle ...

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  7. Articles 1

    you make.   Exercise Grammar: articles (a, an, the, zero) B1 ...

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  8. Comparing and contrasting – modifying comparatives

    or less the same as the figures for November. (a tiny difference)   Exercise Grammar: much, far, a little, ...

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  9. Articles 2

    I’ve got earache. I’ve got toothache. Other illnesses have no article. Exercise Grammar: articles (a, ...

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  10. As and Like

    Their house is the same as ours.   Exercise Grammar: like, as B1 ...

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  11. Capital letters and apostrophes

    experience   Exercise Grammar: punctuation B1 ...

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  12. Enough

    nails.   Exercise Grammar: enough, too, too much B2 ...

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  13. Just, yet, still, already

    ’ usually comes in mid-position.   Exercise Grammar: still, yet, already B1 ...

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  14. Multi-word verbs

    Intransitive verbs do not have an object. Multi-word verbs can also be intransitive.   Exercise Grammar ...

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  15. Past ability & possibility

    able to afford it even if it had been for sale.   Exercise Grammar: can B1 ...

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  16. Passives

    Grammar: passive B1 ...

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  17. Modals – deduction past

    the instructions properly. They’re perfectly clear.   Exercise Grammar: infinitives (simple, perfect,...) B2 ...

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  18. Predicting the Future

    the exam.   Exercise Grammar: adverbs B2 ...

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  19. Present Perfect

    here!   Exercise Grammar: present perfect simple B1 ...

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  20. Reflexive pronouns

      Exercise Grammar: reflexive pronouns (myself) B1 ...

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  21. Reported speech 2

    confirm and others. Reported questions are explained on another page. Exercise Grammar: indirect speech B1 ...

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  22. Question tags

    the answer we use falling intonation. Our tone of voice falls.   Exercise Grammar: question tags B1 ...

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  23. Stative verbs

      Exercise Grammar: stative verbs B1 ...

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  24. Verbs followed by ‘ing’ or by ‘to + infinitive’ 2

    did in the past – an event or an activity.   Exercise Grammar: infinitive or ing? B1 ...

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  25. Verbs followed by ‘ing’ or by ‘to + infinitive’ 1

    These verbs will be covered in another section.   Exercise Grammar: infinitive or ing? B1 ...

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