B1 English level (intermediate)

Do you know how to use as and like correctly?

Learn about the 'dummy' subjects it and there and do the exercises to practise using them.

Do you know how to use just, yet, still and already with the present perfect?

Learn about the pronouns one and ones and do the exercises to practise using them.

Learn how to write a post on a class forum.

Read the programme for a management conference to practise and improve your reading skills.

Read a flyer promoting a new gym to practise and improve your reading skills.

Listen to the phone call from a customer to practise and improve your listening skills.

Learn how to write a professional profile.

Learn how to write a restaurant review.

Listen to two students comparing Mars and Earth to practise and improve your listening skills.

Listen to Ella talking about some of the most memorable moments from a study trip to the UK.

Listen to a team meeting about diversity to practise and improve your listening skills.

Learn how to write a thank-you message to a colleague.

Read a travel guide about Bangkok to practise and improve your reading skills.

Listen to a weather forecast and answer the questions to practise and improve your listening skills.

Do you know how to use adjectives in phrases like a bit cold, really cold and absolutely freezing?

Learn how to use adverbials of time like yesterday, since 2004 and sometimes and do the exercises to practise using them.

What is agile working and why is it important? Read about how new ways of working are helping companies adapt to change.

In this video, Emir and Paul discuss a design for a client. Listen to the language they use for agreeing and disagreeing and practise saying the useful phrases.

Do the exercises to improve your vocabulary for air travel.

Learn how to write an email to give holiday advice.

Read an email asking for help from another department to practise and improve your reading skills.

Learn how to write an email to explain a problem with your accommodation.

Learn how to write an email to invite someone to a job interview.

Listen to the English teacher talk about listening to practise and improve your listening skills.

Listen to the introduction of a psychology lecture to practise and improve your listening skills.

Ashlie goes for an interview - but her interviewer is more interested in someone else!