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Listen&Learn: The Divine Comedy Learn about the poem that helped create a language
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Listen&Learn: Letter cases Learn why English uses two types of letters
For teachers: Homework: Movies Vocab sci-fi, director, cast, genre, comedy...
For teachers: Homework: Sports Vocab score, compete, cheer on, beat, train...
Listen&Learn: Absorption lines Learn about the missing colours that help scientists study stars
Listen&Learn: Geneva Conventions Learn about the agreements that created international laws for war
For teachers: Homework: Cooking Verbs boil, grate, whisk, fry, stir...
FAQ: frequently asked vocabulary questions Vocabulary questions that people often ask with answers and examples. For ESL learners and teachers.
FAQ: frequently asked pronunciation questions Pronunciation questions that people often ask with answers and examples. For ESL learners and teachers.
What are the 12 rules of English grammar? While there's no universally accepted list of exactly 12 rules, here is a generalized list of 12 important basic grammar rules
How to use contrast and concession linkers Reviewing connectors of contrast and concession, with important differences between: however, but, although, though, even though, while, whereas, in spite of, in contrast, on the other hand, on the contrary
Listen&Learn: Nikola Tesla Learn about the man whose invention powers the world today
How to pronounce consonant clusters How to say consonant blends like “pr-” and “-nds” at the beginning and end of English words
For teachers: Homework: Grading Adverbs slightly, rather, very, extremely...
Woke terminology quiz 1. Describing someone as woke means you think they know a lot about _______ a) the internet b) doing business c) social injustice
Story mapping for ESL lessons A quick guide to story mapping and how to teach this popular method to ESL students to improve their reading comprehension skills
Listen&Learn: Dracula Learn about the classic vampire novel
For teachers: Homework: Non-Gradable Adjectives This useful Worksheet helps students practise Non-Gradable Adjectives in three different ways.
University terms quiz You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests some of the terms covered in the glossary of University Terms in our Vocabulary section.
Listen&Learn: Origins of trick-or-treat Learn why children ask for candy on Halloween
For teachers: Homework: Reported Speech Tom said that he was bored, I asked him where he lived...
Listen&Learn: Biological immortality Learn about the animals that don't age
How to make requests in English Asking for things and asking for help
How to use although, though and even though Similarities and differences between “although”, “though” and “even though”, with comparisons to “but”, “while” and “despite/ in spite of”
For teachers: Homework: Prefixes Was the steak OVERcooked or UNDERcooked? Did you PREview the film, or did you REview it? It’s quite amazing how so few letters can have such a drastic effect on the meaning of a word!
Listen&Learn: The Roswell incident Learn about a supposed UFO sighting from 1947
Insurance terminology quiz You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests some of the terms covered in the glossary of Insurance terminology in our Vocabulary section.
For teachers: Homework: Adjective Suffixes -ing, -ous, -able, -ive, -ful...
Coordinating conjunctions A coordinating conjunction joins parts of a sentence (for example words or independent clauses) that are grammatically equal or similar. A coordinating conjunction shows that the elements it joins are similar in importance and structure
Subordinating conjunctions A subordinating conjunction joins a subordinate (dependent) clause to a main (independent) clause
Listen&Learn: Marilyn Monroe Learn about an iconic movie star from the 1950s
Maths terms quiz You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests some of the terms covered in the glossary of Maths terms in our Vocabulary section.
Loan terminology quiz You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests some of the terms covered in the glossary of Loan Terminology in our Vocabulary section.
For teachers: Homework: Noun Suffixes -al, -er, -ess, -ment, -ness, -sion, -tion, -y...
Internet terms quiz You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests some of the terminology covered in the glossary of Internet Terms in our Vocabulary section.
How to practise offers and requests 13 fun activities combining requests and offers like “Can you… for me?” and “Can I help you?”
‘Novaxx’ Djokovic teaches us IRONY Can’t make this up: ‘Peak irony’ in Novak Djokovic shot of the day
Listen&Learn: Ulysses Learn about a 20th-century interpretation of an ancient epic
5th-generation warfare terminology This glossary includes a range of English terms and vocabulary commonly used when talking about 5th-Generation Warfare also known as 5GW, Hybrid Warfare and Unconventional Warfare.
Rhyming word games Fun activities for words ending with the same sounds