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Phrasal Verbs Quiz
Test your knowledge of phrasal verbs by doing this fun multiple-choice quiz. You can do it online or print it on paper.
Learning English Video Project Quizzes
These mobile-friendly quizzes are based on the 7 films of the Learning English Video Project. Answers are provided.
This section is all about speaking on the phone in English. It includes a vocabulary list and quiz, common phrases and tips, and a series of practice exercises.
Musical Instruments - Illustrated
Look and learn. The illustrated vocabulary of musical instruments
Chinese Man Says Thank You With 5,000 Bowls Of Noodles
Listen to news in easy English. ~ Chinese Man Shows Gratitude With 5,000 Bowls Of Noodles
Musical Instruments Wall Poster
Free download A3 poster
Fun with Colours, Shapes and Numbers
Online quiz for young learners of English on the vocabulary of shapes, numbers and colours. With answers.
England OR United Kingdom (UK) Quiz
You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests understanding of the differences between England and UK.
The Laughing English Teacher
I’ve got an English teacher, he always takes our class A fat old jolly red-faced man, he gives us all a pass He’s too kind for a teacher, he never has a rule And everybody says he is the happiest man in school. He laughs when giving homework, he laughs and doesn’t teach He laughs […]
Teenage Migrants Drowned By Smuggler
Listen to news in easy English. ~ Teenage Migrants Drowned in Yemen By Smuggler
Dozens Rescued in Germany After Cable Car Accident
Listen to news in easy English. ~ Dozens Rescued in Germany After Cable Car Accident
NEWS QUIZ – July 2017
This quiz is based on EnglishClub’s Weekly News for July 2017.
British Parents Give Up Legal Battle to Move Baby Charlie
Listen and learn in easy English. ~ British Parents Give Up Legal Battle to Move Baby Charlie
What is a Part of Speech?
A part of speech is one of the nine types of English words: VERB, NOUN, ADJECTIVE, ADVERB, PRONOUN, PREPOSITION, DETERMINER, CONJUNCTION, INTERJECTION
Parts of Speech
We can categorize English words into 9 basic types. These types are called "parts of speech" or "word classes". It's quite important to recognize parts of speech. This helps you to analyze sentences and understand them. It also helps you to construct good sentences.
Canal Swimming Pools Open in Paris
Listen to news in easy English. ~ Canal Swimming Pools Open in Paris
What are Phrasal Verbs?
A phrasal verb is a phrase or expression that consists of a verb plus another word or two, like this…
WH Question Words
We use question words to ask certain types of questions (question word questions). We often refer to these words as WH words because they include the letters WH (for example WHy, HoW).
A minimal pair is a pair of words that vary by only a single sound, usually meaning sounds that may confuse English learners, like the /f/ and /v/ in fan and van, or the /e/ and /ɪ/ in desk and disk
Massive Iceberg Breaks Off Antarctic Ice Shelf
Listen to news in easy English. ~ Massive Iceberg Breaks Off Antarctica
Minimal Pairs final /m/ and /n/
Below is a list of words that vary only by one ending with the sound /m/ and the other ending with the sound /n/. You can use this list to practise the sounds, or as a list of words to be careful in pronouncing.
Pronouncing the Alphabet
This section is about pronunciation. And this page is about pronunciation of the letters of the alphabet. In our Writing section you can see more about writing the letters of the alphabet.
Minimal Pairs final /k/ and /g/
Below is a list of words that vary only by one ending with the sound /k/ and the other ending with the sound /g/. You can use this list to practise the sounds, or as a list of words to be careful in pronouncing.
Telephone English Quiz
This quiz is based on the vocabulary in the telephone English pages.
North Korea Tests Intercontinental Missile
Listen to news in easy English. ~ North Korea Tests Intercontinental Missile
You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests what you learned on our Suffixes page.
Meetings Vocabulary Quiz
This quiz will check your understanding of words that you learned on the meetings vocabulary page.
Autophagy of a Black Hole
The story goes back to the days, when the experts proclaimed: ‘Nothing escapes from a black hole’. So I put this statement in question. In a thought experiment a blacke hole might engulf itself – like the legendary ourobouros – of course it can not hold the %&$§’.. My experts – (CERN, Astronomy, Physics) had their fun. The drawing was dedicated to Felicitas Pauss (Austrian expert at CERN). Latin: Autophagia foraminis nigris
Minimal Pairs /d/ and /ʤ/
as in bad and badge. Below is a list of words that vary only by one having the sound /d/ and the other having the sound /ʤ/. You can use this list to practise the sounds, or as a list of words to be careful in pronouncing.
Here are some common idioms based on animals. Each entry includes the meaning of the idiom and shows the idiom in context in an example sentence. At the end is an animal idioms quiz to check your understanding.