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Albert Einstein, 1879-1955, was a German-born theoretical physicist who is acknowledged as being on the of the most inflential physicists ever. He developed the theory of relativity and made many important contributions to the theory of quantum mechanics. While most widely known for the formula E=mc², Einstain was not always considered a genius yet has since become one of the most quoted figures of all time in areas of imagination, science, creativity, and life skills. This challenge will give you 20 quotations by Einstein which you can enjoy while you complete them in order to make...
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.
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, ...
Uncountable nouns are things like substances, and ideas and concepts. Money is a concept and we can't count money. All we can talk about is money, or the money. If we want to count money, we have to count parts of it such as coins, dollars, euros. Some things can be both countable and uncountable like hair for instance. I have hair on my head and I can pull out some of the hairs. This challenge will test your understanding of countable and uncountable nouns with 20 random questions. Good luck!
Even the best of us make mistakes because nobody is perfect. If you are a diligent student of English, you might be able to answer all the 20 random questions in this Britlish Challenge without making a mistake or two. Can you show the world how good your English is by putting your name at the top of the Leader Board? Good luck!
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