Do you get round to practising your English every week? Find out about three-word verbs in our latest exercise.
Find out about Cheddar cheese — made in England's Cheddar Gorge — and practise some cheesy vocabulary in our latest exercise.
You can say either "he's one of my friends" or "he's a friend of mine". Practise using possessive pronouns in our latest exercise.
What would Britain be without tea? Many people in the UK are worried that Brexit will make everyday products more expensive – including tea! Our vocabulary exercise this week will teach you how to talk about all things tea-related.
Do you have problems remembering where to put apostrophes? Remind yourself of the rules in our latest exercise.
Do you know what it means if someone is "starkers" or "in the buff"? It's time you found out in our latest vocabulary exercise.
Read about the labels on food and find out when to use the prepositions "by" and "until" in our grammar exercise.
Question tags are very short questions that we put at the end of sentences in spoken English, aren't they? We should practise them, shouldn't we?
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