Reading comprehension, and… more phrasal verbs!

In the following quiz we will look at some phrasal verbs again. All of the following sentences have been taken from a very interesting article published by the Guardian (www.theguardian.com). There is a link to the full article after the quiz.

Phrasal verbs (again)

We hope you enjoyed this quiz. Don’t hesitate to send us your comments. If you are interested in the topic, you can read the full article here.

Already / still / always / yet

Some more confusing words!

It's not always easy to remember which of these words we have to use, so let's practise!

“MAKE” and “DO”

Two little words: “make” and “do”

When do we use "make" and when do we use "do"? Let's practise!

Let’s see if you ‘get it’ – practising ‘get’.

That little word ‘get’

"Get" is such a tiny word, but we use it all the time either alone or as a phrasal. It's so frustrating to remember all its uses! Check your understanding of these various uses of “get” by selecting the synonym closest in meaning to the original.

Speaking about the weather

This is a short quiz to test your knowledge of speaking about the weather.

The Weather

Modal verbs… you might just get them all right!

This week, I’ve been concentrating hard during my lessons… and so many people have difficulties with modal verbs. And they shouldn’t… modal verbs are not hard, they just take a little practice. So, let’s practice together…

Modal verbs – again!

 

Great Britain, the United Kingdom, England…

So many terms that not a lot of people (including the Brits) really understand. Here’s a short video explaining the differences. Watch and check your answers with our quiz.

Credits: CGP Grey, YouTube

UK, GB, EN… where are you from?

Bringing nature into the workplace

This is an exercise to test your reading comprehension, with extracts from an interesting article on the BBC website.

Credits: Article written by Alison Birrane. Credits to bbc.com

Bringing nature into the workplace

You can read the full article here

My office is bigger than yours!

Yes, but it is still relatively small 🙂

And what about you… how good are your comparatives and superlatives? Do the quiz to find out!

Comparatives and superlatives