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Learn more words for things you can find in a kitchen by doing these exercises.
Follow this writing test advice from successful candidates around the world and improve your IELTS score!
Don’t be rude! Be sure to follow these fundamental rules on what to write and what not to write in your emails.
Daniel makes some classic mistakes in his interview.
Read the grammar explanation and do the exercise.
World Mental Health Day, on 10 October, is a day to raise awareness of the effects mental illness has on millions of people’s lives across the world, and to help educate and inform us all.
October 5 is World Teachers' Day. Find out which famous people want to say thank you to their school teachers for their success.
The First World War ended on 11 November 1918. One hundred years later, it's time to remember the events of those dark days. How much do you know about this terrible but fascinating moment in history?
Cucumber or grapes? What happens when two monkeys do the same task but get 'paid' in different ways? Watch this funny video to find out how monkeys react to inequality.
What risks do people face when they are in countries at war? And why are humanitarian workers a target for attacks? The UN's World Humanitarian Day puts the focus on these important questions.
What do you know about chocolate? Learn about the history of chocolate and the interesting journey from cocoa bean to chocolate bar.
Yoga is becoming more and more popular around the world. What exactly is it, where did it come from and what are the health benefits of doing yoga?
The FIFA World Cup is here again! What's the most important thing to do when you're watching your team play? In this video, football fans from England hear about things they need to forget.
Did you know that every minute of the day 20 people leave their homes to escape war or terror? World Refugee Day is a day when we can support and celebrate the strength and courage of millions of refugees worldwide.
On World Environment Day people from countries all around the world come together to take action to defend our planet. Find out about some of the things people are doing to celebrate this special day.
Many Europeans see the Eurovision Song Contest as the best show on Earth. And now, the rest of the world is starting to discover it too. What is so special about this annual song competition?
In this game show, why does the host Mel get just as stressed as the contestant Lindsey? Watch and find out!
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.
Learn more words for different kinds of fruit using these exercises!
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.
Do you know what a 'toddler' is? Do these exercises and learn this and other words to talk about people's appearance.
Do these vocabulary exercises and learn the names of some birds, insects and other animals.
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