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Elementary grammar exercise: present simple with ‘always’, ‘often’, ‘never’

Elementary grammar exercise: present simple with ‘always’, ‘often’, ‘never’

This exercise gives you practice talking about frequency in the present tense. The theme of the exercise is public transport. When we speak about frequency in the present, we mostly use the present si... »

Business vocabulary exercise: financial verbs (borrow, lend, owe, invoice, afford) ex. 1

Business vocabulary exercise: financial verbs (borrow, lend, owe, invoice, afford) ex. 1

Business English vocabulary exercise, intermediate level. This exercise gives you practice using five ‘financial’ verbs: borrow, lend, owe, invoice, afford. Photo: Myfuture.com Instruction... »

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Choosing the correct preposition is not always easy (for anyone)

Choosing the correct preposition is not always easy (for anyone)

In a Youtube video I watched today, Macmillan Education give an example of how grammar traditionalists will often insist on a particular rule being hard and fast. Common usage, though, sometimes shows... »

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... »