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Upper-intermediate grammar exercise: phrasal verbs with ‘up’

Upper-intermediate grammar exercise: phrasal verbs with ‘up’

English grammar practice exercise, upper-intermediate level.  This exercise gives you practice using six phrasal verbs which have the particle ‘up’. Definitions Six phrasal verbs... »

Upper-intermediate vocabulary exercise: abstract nouns

Upper-intermediate vocabulary exercise: abstract nouns

English grammar practice exercise, upper-intermediate level.  This exercise helps you build your vocabulary. Exercise instructions Write the nouns related to these adjectives. Example freque... »

English Irregular Verbs A-Z e-book

Our 27-page e-book has over 180 common English irregular verbs with example sentences and notes on usage:

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How to use: adjectives for probability

How to use: adjectives for probability

To speak about probability we can use adjectives such as probable, likely, possible and certain. It’s a short list, and one that learners can quite easily memorise and use. The opposites are eas... »

Prohibit and forbid: what’s the difference?

Prohibit and forbid: what’s the difference?

Prohibit and forbid: the same meaning, but . . . Prohibit and forbid have the same meaning, but we use them differently. Examples Children are forbidden to chew gum at school. The dissident was forbid... »

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