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Phrasal verbs are a crucial aspect of the English language and are essential for achieving fluency. These Britlish Library Activities are designed to make learning, remembering, and using phrasal verbs as effortless and enjoyable as possible. Native English speakers frequently use phrasal verbs in their speech, so it's important for students to understand their meaning and use them in their own speech to sound more natural and like a native speaker. By working through these activities, you will strengthen your grasp of phrasal verbs and improve your overall English language skills.

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Make Off

Bernie Madoff died in prison on 14th April 2021 having served just 12 years of a 150-year prison sentence for running the biggest ever Ponzi scheme which defrauded people out of an estimated $65 billion. This English lesson takes a look at the ironic pronunciation of the phrasal verb make off, which means to steal money, and Bernie Madoff's last name which is a homophone with made off. The animation of the Madoff character in the video was done using iClone and Character Creator from Reallusion. I think it is the most realistic animation I have made to date.

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


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CPE Vocab 1 Lesson

Are you looking to enhance your vocabulary and improve your writing skills at CPE level? This lesson on advanced vocabulary is designed specifically for proficient students preparing for the CPE exams. With a wide range of words and phrases commonly used in academic and professional settings, such as "commemorate," "conjecture," and "dichotomy," you will be able to express yourself more clearly and effectively. We provide detailed definitions, example sentences and synonyms to help you understand and use these words in context. This lesson is a valuable resource to improve your writing, expand your vocabulary and excel in your CPE exams.

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Future 1 - GA12

In the previous Grammar Activation Packs I have introduced you to the present and the past tenses, along with the simple, continuous, and perfect aspects. I also mentioned that English has only the two tenses, present and past. So where does this leave us when we want to talk about the future? Don’t worry, there are several ways that we can talk about the future, including using the present tense, which is what I am going to explain in this lesson. There are two aspects of the present tense that we can use to talk about the future. We can use the simple aspect which uses the auxiliary verb do. We can also use the continuous aspect, which uses the auxiliary verb be, and the ing form of a non-finite verb.    

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Phrasal Verbs Activation Pack 3

Phrasal verbs are expressions that are natural to native English speakers. They are very confusing for non-native English speakers. They're confusing because phrasal verbs are like idioms and don't always seem to mean what the words say. You cannot literally translate English phrasal verbs into another language. The vocabulary in this lesson is important for students to learn and master. There are a lot of phrasal verbs in this lesson as well as a set of questions which I have designed to help you learn, remember, and use the vocabulary and make it part of your active vocabulary. If you are serious about improving your British English vocabulary, these common British English phrasal verbs are essential. 

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