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636 Vocabulary A-Z

Did you know that there are over 600,000 words in English? That's a lot of words, and far more than any human being could ever manage to learn. Even Shakespeare only used around 55,000 different words in all of his works. Mind you, he did actually invent quite a few of them. To get a good mastery of English, you do need to expand your vocabulary as much as possible. The more words you know, the better your English will be. The Activities here will help you to quickly develop your vocabulary.


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A Bittersweet Tale Scramble

Are you in the mood for a brain-teasing activity that combines language skills and knowledge about British apple diversity? Look no further, as we've designed a captivating word scramble exercise just for you! The words in this exercise have been taken directly from our article on the rich history and preservation efforts of Britain's apple varieties. Unscramble the letters to reveal key terms and concepts related to this fascinating topic. As you solve each word, you'll strengthen your vocabulary and understanding of the subject. Dive into this exciting exercise and have a great time un...

Food and Drink Course Download Lesson Parts (16)

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A Bittersweet Tale Wordsearch

Looking for a relaxing and enjoyable activity that combines your love for words and knowledge about Britain's apple diversity? We've crafted an entertaining word search puzzle featuring words and phrases taken directly from our article on the subject. This puzzle will help you familiarize yourself with key terms and concepts related to the history, decline, and preservation of apple varieties in the UK. As you search for the hidden words, you'll reinforce your understanding of the topic and improve your language skills. So, grab a pencil and let the word hunt begin!

Food and Drink Course Download Lesson Parts (16)

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A Few - Few | A Little - Little

The two confusable quantifiers, few and little, are not as difficult to master as you might think. This microlearning lesson gives you plenty of examples of the use of few, a few, little, and a little, and plenty of practice to help you get them right. You can also watch a video explaining how whether a noun is countable or uncountable determines which of the words we use.

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A Nice Cup of Tea

In 1946, George Orwell wrote an article giving his 11 golden rules for making the perfect cup of tea. This English lesson looks at the following vocabulary from the essay: cauldron, china teapot, silver teapot, enamel teapot, pewter teapot, golden rule, heaped teaspoon, hob, infuse, kettle, misguided, quart, rationing, sickly, sketchy, spout, swill out, teapot, urn, vulgar, and wring out.

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Ace Your CAE Vocab - Lesson

Today we're going to be discussing some key words, phrasal verbs, and fixed expressions that will be helpful for you in achieving a high mark in the CAE exam. These words and expressions are commonly used in formal writing and can help you sound more professional and confident in your writing. We will also go over the meaning of each word or expression, and I'll give you examples of how you can use them in a sentence. This way you can get a better understanding of how to use them in context.

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