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Speaking exercises

Advanced Speaking – Talking About Possibility

Stay Neutral in an Argument – 10 Phrases

Pronunciation Exercise: Silent “b” in words

Pronunciation Exercise: Silent “w” in words

Everyday English Phrases

Starting a Conversation

English Conversation: Typical Replies

Phrases for Polite English

English Pubs

Talking about future plans

Saying you don’t understand

English conversation about food

Understanding English speakers

How to say “no” at work

Making dates

Meeting people

Agreeing and disagreeing

Helping people

Classroom language

Ending a conversation

Complaining at a hotel

What to say in special situations

Greetings and Introductions

Vocabulary exercises

English Phrases With Never

Collocations Quiz: Test Your Vocabulary

Phone Collocations in English

Learn 10 Telephoning Phrasal Verbs

Memory and Vocabulary Collocations

Compound nouns – Clothing

Summer holidays

Books and reading


Word formation

Say, tell, speak, talk

Personal grooming and hygiene

Adjectives and nouns

Common verb-noun collocations in English

Word building

Grammar exercises

Has and Had

Connecting words

Indirect questions at work

When, while, as, during

Been or Gone?

A/an or One?

Past Simple and Past Continuous

Past modals

Much, many, more, very

Can, Have to

Ing and Ed Adjectives

Either and neither

Short questions


Past Perfect and Past Simple

Time words

Prepositions of location and direction

Prepositions and adjectives



Some, Any, No, A

English grammar exercises

Other lessons / exercises

Write a CV: How to Use Powerful Verbs

Phrases for Business Letters and Emails

Writing Exercise: English punctuation

Learning English through video

Speaking about rules and regulations