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Upper-intermediate vocabulary exercise: health, injuries, illness

Upper-intermediate vocabulary exercise: health, injuries, illness

English vocabulary practice exercise for upper-intermediate level. This multiple-choice exercise will test you on vocabulary related to health, injuries and illness. Do you know the difference between... »

Elementary grammar exercise: present simple vs. continuous (ex. 3)

Elementary grammar exercise: present simple vs. continuous (ex. 3)

English grammar exercise, beginner level. This exercise helps you practise the difference between the present simple and present continuous tenses. The theme of the exercise is food and cooking. image... »

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Fell or felt?

Fell or felt?

Fell and felt are past simple forms of two different verbs. They are often confused because they sound (and look) very similar. Fell is the past simple form of fall. fall ⇒ fell ⇒ fallen Here are some... »

What are the most common words with the suffix -hood?

What are the most common words with the suffix -hood?

In this post we’ll look at common words which contain the suffix -hood. A suffix is something we add to the end of an existing word to form a new word. In some cases, a word ending in -hood suggests a... »