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Upper-intermediate vocabulary exercise: binomials

Upper-intermediate vocabulary exercise: binomials

English vocabulary practice exercise for upper-intermediate level. In this exercise you will practise binomial pairs. A binomial pair is an expression containing two words joined by a conjun... »

A nice little house

Elementary vocabulary exercise: house and home

English vocabulary practice exercise, for beginner / elementary level. In this exercise you will practise vocabulary related to the home. Instructions Look at the text below. Write one word ... »

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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... »

Forget something, leave something

Forget something, leave something

Forget or leave something? We use forget to say we accidentally left something behind. We usually say leave if we mention the place. Oh no! I’ve forgotten my book. Oh no! I’ve left my book... »

Idiom: to take something with a pinch of salt

Idiom: to take something with a pinch of salt

take something with a pinch of salt to not automatically believe something, not immediately assume that someone is telling the truth You should take what she says with a pinch of salt – she’s always e... »

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