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Tenses Exercise

February 21st, 2019 in English for children

 Fill in the blanks with an appropriate tense form.

Researchers ………………… (built / have built / had built) what they ………………. (called / have called / call) an early version of a robotic servant for home.

Talking About Illnesses

December 30th, 2018 in English for children

Use the following expressions to talk about general pains and aches.

Sample Conversations

November 3rd, 2018 in English for children

Here are two pieces of conversation about making appointments.

Sample Conversations About Likes And Dislikes

October 9th, 2018 in English for children

What kind of music do you listen to?

John: Do you listen to music?
Sophie: I listen to music every day.
John: What kind of music do you listen to?
Sophie: I listen to all sorts of music. My MP3 player is full of jazz, rock and other sorts of music. I also like to listen to country music.
John: I only listen to pop music. I’m not really interested in classical music. I find it somewhat slow.
Sophie: Well, at first I didn’t like it to, but my father was crazy about country music. When I was a kid he’d often take me to live country music concerts. And over the years I developed a taste for it. Now I make it a point to listen to live music whenever I can.

Conversations About Fear

October 5th, 2018 in English for children

Here are some sample conversations about fear.

English For Everyday Situations

September 27th, 2018 in English for children

Encouraging someone

We can use the expression Hurry up! to encourage someone to do something more quickly.

  • Hurry up! They’re all waiting for us.

Workplace English | Everyday English | Sample Conversations

September 20th, 2018 in English for children

We could do it first thing in the morning.

Janet has been replying to letters and emails for a long time. Her colleague Martin asks her if she has finished.