GRAMMAR

JUSTIFYING: GIVING REASONS

When we give reasons for an action, what we are doing is justifying this action, or better said, explaining the motive behind an action or event. We use reasoning to extend speech and also to maintain conversations. There are various ways to do this: How to learn: The important thing to remember is that context is… Continue reading JUSTIFYING: GIVING REASONS

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GRAMMAR · STUDENT

GRAMMAR: USED TO, BE USED TO, GET USED TO

Within English grammar there can be some confusing points with relation to similar expressions (used to, be used to and get used to) for example. The best way to improve your understanding of these points is to put them into practical examples and also to review them in a consistent manner. See our grammar exercised HERE… Continue reading GRAMMAR: USED TO, BE USED TO, GET USED TO

ACTIVITIES · GRAMMAR · STUDENT

FIXED PHRASES: TIME, PURPOSE, REASON AND RESULT

Fixed phrases: Fixed phrases are an essential part of language learning as they will give the learner confidence to express their ideas in various ways. They are really useful for speaking and the learner will recognise them in both written and spoken language. In relation to exams they are essential for rephrasing exercises, for the… Continue reading FIXED PHRASES: TIME, PURPOSE, REASON AND RESULT

GRAMMAR · SENTENCE TRANSFORMATIONS

FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 20

Fill in the gaps in the second sentence with 2-5 words. You must use the word given in exactly the same form. Each question is worth 2 points, one based on vocabulary and the other on grammar.   E.g.         We must take as much advantage as possible of any opportunity to speak English. MOST   … Continue reading FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 20

GRAMMAR · SENTENCE TRANSFORMATIONS

FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 19

Fill in the gaps in the second sentence with 2-5 words. You must use the word given in exactly the same form. Each question is worth 2 points, one based on vocabulary and the other on grammar.   E.g.         We must take as much advantage as possible of any opportunity to speak English. MOST   … Continue reading FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 19

GRAMMAR · SENTENCE TRANSFORMATIONS

FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 18

Fill in the gaps in the second sentence with 2-5 words. You must use the word given in exactly the same form. Each question is worth 2 points, one based on vocabulary and the other on grammar.   E.g.         We must take as much advantage as possible of any opportunity to speak English. MOST   … Continue reading FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 18

GRAMMAR · SENTENCE TRANSFORMATIONS

FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 17

Fill in the gaps in the second sentence with 2-5 words. You must use the word given in exactly the same form. Each question is worth 2 points, one based on vocabulary and the other on grammar.   E.g.         We must take as much advantage as possible of any opportunity to speak English. MOST   … Continue reading FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 17

GRAMMAR · SENTENCE TRANSFORMATIONS

FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 16

Fill in the gaps in the second sentence with 2-5 words. You must use the word given in exactly the same form. Each question is worth 2 points, one based on vocabulary and the other on grammar.   E.g.         We must take as much advantage as possible of any opportunity to speak English. MOST   … Continue reading FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 16

GRAMMAR · SENTENCE TRANSFORMATIONS

FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 15

Fill in the gaps in the second sentence with 2-5 words. You must use the word given in exactly the same form. Each question is worth 2 points, one based on vocabulary and the other on grammar.   E.g.         We must take as much advantage as possible of any opportunity to speak English. MOST   … Continue reading FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 15

GRAMMAR · SENTENCE TRANSFORMATIONS

FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 14

Fill in the gaps in the second sentence with 2-5 words. You must use the word given in exactly the same form. Each question is worth 2 points, one based on vocabulary and the other on grammar.   E.g.         We must take as much advantage as possible of any opportunity to speak English. MOST   … Continue reading FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 14

GRAMMAR · SENTENCE TRANSFORMATIONS

FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 13

Fill in the gaps in the second sentence with 2-5 words. You must use the word given in exactly the same form. Each question is worth 2 points, one based on vocabulary and the other on grammar.   E.g.         We must take as much advantage as possible of any opportunity to speak English. MOST   … Continue reading FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 13

GRAMMAR · SENTENCE TRANSFORMATIONS

FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 12

Fill in the gaps in the second sentence with 2-5 words. You must use the word given in exactly the same form. Each question is worth 2 points, one based on vocabulary and the other on grammar.   E.g.         We must take as much advantage as possible of any opportunity to speak English. MOST   … Continue reading FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 12

GRAMMAR · SENTENCE TRANSFORMATIONS

FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 11

Fill in the gaps in the second sentence with 2-5 words. You must use the word given in exactly the same form. Each question is worth 2 points, one based on vocabulary and the other on grammar.   E.g.         We must take as much advantage as possible of any opportunity to speak English. MOST   … Continue reading FCE (B2): KEY WORD TRANSFORMATIONS 11

GRAMMAR

SHORT ANSWERS TO OPEN AND CLOSED QUESTIONS

In the learning of a language it is useful to have a variety of quick and easy to use phrases, such as short questions that help you to interact with ease. These phrases can be fixed phrases HERE or even short questions HERE. The key is to be able to use them when you need to… Continue reading SHORT ANSWERS TO OPEN AND CLOSED QUESTIONS

ACTIVITIES · GRAMMAR

ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY GRAMMAR

Adverbs of frequency are used to talk about the frequency with which we do certain actions. They are essential for talking about daily routines and the present day. For extra practice with activities in PDF, click HERE There are two types of adverbs, ones that describe definite frequency, such as: daily, nightly, weekly, monthly, yearly/annyally, yesterday,… Continue reading ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY GRAMMAR