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Irregular English Verbs Challenge

Are you ready to take the ultimate Irregular English Verbs challenge? Can you get 20 questions right in the quickest possible time to put your name at the top of the Leader Board? When you do the quiz, you will be asked to write the 2nd or 3rd form of one of the 340 irregular English verbs. The fastest challenger with the highest score will go to the top of the Leader Board. The verbs all have audio to help you if you get stuck.

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Visited 19 hrs, 7 mins, 1 sec ago

Categories: Challenges | Vocabulary


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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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Visited 4 hrs, 29 mins, 1 sec ago

Categories: Challenges | Confusables | Vocabulary | Collocations


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Count-Uncount Challenge

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!

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Visited 2 days, 7 hrs, 19 mins, 55 secs ago

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Few Little Challenge

The two quantifiers, little and few, cause a lot of problems for students of English. In this Challenge, you will have to answer 20 questions about the use of little and few and a little and a few in 10 minutes if you want your name to appear at the top of the leader board. Take a little time to think about the questions as you want to get as few as possible wrong. With a little thought, you might be one of the few people who can get them all right.

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Visited 1 day, 12 hrs, 55 secs ago

Categories: Challenges | Confusables


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Advanced Mistakes Challenge

We all make mistakes because nobody is perfect. It will be a really advanced student of English who will be able to answer all the 20 random questions in this Britlish Challenge without making a mistake or two. Can you show how advanced your English is by putting your name at the top of the Leader Board? Good luck!

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Visited 1 day, 14 hrs, 30 mins, 27 secs ago

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