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Our friends are staying here for Christmas. Find out if they are spending this festive season alone.

Written by Chris Rose. 

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Read the grammar explanation and do the exercise.

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Vocabulary exercises – Gardens

Do these exercises and learn words for things you can see in gardens.

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Business Magazine - Market research techniques

Do you know the techniques you can use for doing market research? What differences are involved in doing qualitative research as opposed to collecting quantitative data?

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Your Comments

19 June, 2018 - 08:06
Hello jitu_jaga, A lot of the language in films is non-standard. 'I am gone mad' is a good example of this; if you want to speak informally in certain situations, it might be appropriate, but in...
19 June, 2018 - 07:06
Hi Lal, The second one is much more common than the first and is the sentence I would recommend you use. The first one is not exactly wrong, but would only be used in some kind of specific context...
19 June, 2018 - 07:06
Hello hi.sherif, Could you please explain to us what answers you chose and why? We can then correct your mistakes based on that. All the best, Kirk The LearnEnglish Team