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Theatre is not often seen as being a pastime that many ordinary people do. 'Ordinary people' watch TV or go to the cinema or eat out with friends. Is the theatre only for rich, upper class intellectuals?
We use different verb forms to talk about our plans for the future – depending on what kind of plan it is.
Watch five-year-old JJ describing three famous paintings to professional art critics. Can the experts guess the paintings correctly?
Oussama, a Syrian man living in Turkey, talks about how important education and English are for his life and future.
Do these exercises to learn words related to cars.
Learn words for things in bathrooms by doing these exercises.
Do the exercises to improve your vocabulary for air travel.
Vocabulary exercises to help learn words related to health.
Vocabulary exercises to help learn words for more vegetables.
What's the difference between your thumbs and your toes? Do these exercises to find out and to learn vocabulary for more body parts.
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