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Could you avoid using “very” all the time?

Some “extreme adjectives” which do not take the word “very”:

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Posted by &emdash; mai 13, 2014 in Grammar, Vocabulary

 

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Talking about your family – more than listing names and ages!

You do not have to be boring when you talk about your family!

BLACK SHEEP AND THE MYSTERIOUS UNCLE BOB

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Posted by &emdash; mai 12, 2014 in Listening, Reading, Speaking, Vocabulary

 

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Let’s learn some slang!

I seriously think you should know your onions!

BRITISH SLANG 

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Posted by &emdash; mai 10, 2014 in General learning and fun, Vocabulary

 

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A phone app to learn grammar

Forget boring multiple choice tests! 🙂

GRAMMAR APP

 
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Posted by &emdash; mai 10, 2014 in Grammar

 

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Bare/barely, late/lately, short/shortly

Let’s clear up some more confusion. 🙂

BARE(LY), LATE(LY), SHORT(LY)

 

 
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Posted by &emdash; mai 8, 2014 in Grammar, Vocabulary

 

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Speaking and pronunciation activities

Do you sometimes feel that you do have enough grammar and vocabulary but you are lacking in speaking experience and you are not sure your pronunciation is good enough?

Help has arrived!

BUILD YOUR SPEAKING SKILLS

PRONUNCIATION ACTIVITIES

SPEAKING TIPS

COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES

ACCURACY TIPS

FLUENCY TIPS

BRITISH EXAM SPEAKING VIDEOS

LISTENING AND SPEAKING PRACTICE

 
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Posted by &emdash; mai 7, 2014 in Listening, Speaking, Vocabulary

 

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Topic – movies

A listening and vocabulary exercise:

MOVIES – LISTENING