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Elementary vocabulary exercise: -ed or -ing adjectives

Elementary vocabulary exercise: -ed or -ing adjectives

This is a vocabulary exercise for elementary-level English learners. In this exercise you will practise adjectives which end in -ed and adjectives ending in -ing.Examples: The football was very intere... »

Intermediate vocabulary exercise: health and illness

Intermediate vocabulary exercise: health and illness

English vocabulary practice exercise, for intermediate level.In this exercise you will practise vocabulary related to health and illness. Instructions: Write a word from the box in the correct place i... »

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Hanged vs. hung – not the same!

Hanged vs. hung – not the same!

The verb hang can be a bit tricky to use correctly. What we need to remember is that hang actually has two meanings. And the problem is that each meaning has its own past tense form. Hanging a picture... »

“In time”, “on time”: difference

“In time”, “on time”: difference

On time We use on time to say that something happened ‘exactly at the planned time’. We use it when speaking about timetables and arrangements. On time suggests that something or someone i... »