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34 Tricky FCE Vocab - Challenge

Can you challenge yourself on one of the most important factors that is tested in the FCE - vocabulary? Having a larger vocabulary allows you to understand and use a wider range of words, which will help you to express yourself more clearly and accurately. Additionally, a larger vocabulary will also helps  you to read and understand texts more easily. In this challenge, you will be testing yourself on words that are considered difficult for students at FCE level. By mastering these words, you will be well on your way to acing the FCE and achieving your language goals.

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Visited 7 hrs, 8 mins, 6 secs ago

Categories: Challenges | AI Creations | Vocabulary | Spelling | Exam Practice | English in Use


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Ace Your CAE Vocab! - Challenge

Challenge yourself on the key words, phrasal verbs, and fixed expressions from the CAE Vocab lesson and which 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. Do you know the meaning of each word or expression and can you use them in a sentence? Do you know how to use them in context? Take this challenge test and pit your English skills against other students around the world.

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Visited 6 hrs, 20 mins, 57 secs ago

Categories: Challenges | Vocabulary | Phrasal Verbs | English in Use | Exam Practice | Spelling


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IPA Symbols Challenge

I asked the OpenAI ChatGPT: "How useful are the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) symbols for improving pronunciation for learners of English?" What it said I put in a video which you will find in this challenge. Watch the video and then see if you can correctly identify the 44 British English IPA symbols to get a perfect score in the challenge.

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Visited 1 hr, 44 mins, 42 secs ago

Categories: Challenges | IPA Symbols | AI Creations


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Spelling Challenge No17

English has a simple grammar but a complex vocabulary and an almost insane spelling system which drives even native English speakers crazy. This lesson is one of a series of spelling tests challenging your ability to spell the most difficult to spell English words. Listen to me speak the word and then spell it if you can. The faster you spell each word accurately, the higher you will get on the leader board below the lesson. Click the more information button above to get a dictionary with the 180 most difficult to spell English words, from which the words in this test are drawn. 

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Visited 13 mins, 13 secs ago

Categories: Challenges | Spelling | | Vocabulary | Pronunciation | Listenings


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Do or Make Challenge

The collocations with the verbs do and make can be very confusing for non-native speakers of English and for students. The 122 common collocations in this Challenge Test will help you to master them. Remember that we use do for obligations, repetitive tasks, and actions, but we use make when we talk about creating something or for actions we choose to do. Make usually refers to the result of the action, while do refers to the action itself.

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Categories: Challenges | Confusables | Vocabulary | Collocations


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