Category Archive: Quiz

Aug 29

Expressions with MAKE, DO & TAKE

 Expressions with MAKE, DO & TAKE   There are lots of expressions with MAKE, DO & TAKE in English. Do you know when to use which?     If you like our website, share it with friends and colleagues. Thanks!   Image courtesy of Stuart Miles at FreeDigitalPhotos.net  

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Mar 02

Who’s who in the EU? – SCHULZ

 Quite often, EU institutions and EU terms are hidden behind names, abbreviations or even word plays. So, if you do not know the key personalities of the EU (Schulz, Tusk, Juncker, Mogherini, etc.) and the main concepts under discussion, you can hardly guess, what is actually meant by a newspaper headline. Look at the headline …

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Feb 24

Who’s who in the EU? – JUNCKER

 Quite often, EU institutions and EU terms are hidden behind names, abbreviations or even word plays. So, if you do not know the key personalities of the EU (Tusk, Juncker, Mogherini, etc.) and the main concepts under discussion, you can hardly guess, what is actually meant by a newspaper headline. Look at the headline below …

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Feb 22

Zero – How to say 0 in English? – SpeakEasy

 0, ZERO, NOUGHT, NIL? or LOVE?? How to say 0 when referring to phone numbers, dates, temperatures, scores or even James Bond 007?:) Well, there are several ways to pronounce the number ZERO, depending on the context. Usage even varies between different English-speaking countries. If you want to avoid misunderstandings, it is crucial, you know …

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Feb 16

Bonds or Shares?- Easily Confused Economic Terms – Guide

 SHARES OR BONDS? Do YOU know the difference? There are plenty of economic terms you may come across while reading the news or discussing economic issues with your friends. However, a great number of these terms, such as BONDS AND SHARES are often misused or simply not understood by the general public. If you want …

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Feb 15

Bonds or Shares? – Easily Confused Economic Terms – Quiz

 SHARES OR BONDS? Do YOU know the difference? There are plenty of economic terms you may come across while reading the news or discussing economic issues with your friends. However, a great number of these terms, such as BONDS AND SHARES are often misused or simply not understood by the general public. If you want …

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Feb 08

English Workout – Flat Stomach & Key English Vocabulary

 English Workout is a series of activities in which we pair a quick physical workout with a quick mental exercise, so you get to do 2 things at once – wake up your muscles AND your brain! English Workout will work your muscles and build your English vovabulary making your blood AND your English flow! …

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Feb 02

Make new words – Interactive Quiz

 How to make new words? Prefixes and suffixes are groups of letters glued to the beginning and the end of a word to make new words. Read more¬† about prefixes here and suffixes here. Let’s do an interactive quiz to practice some common prefixes and suffixes in English.     Related posts Prefixes Made Easy …

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Feb 02

Temporary Jobs – EPSONews&Terminology

 If you wish to land a job with an EU institution, you need, first of all, to keep yourself up-to-date about ongoing open competitions and the terminology used in the description of available job profiles. So, the good news is, we can help you in both! Follow the EPSO NEWS with us and learn the …

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Jan 24

The Causative Quiz

 We use causative verbs to show that someone or something caused something to happen. Causative verbs are: get, have, make, let and help. Learn about how to use the causative verbs and structures in sentences. Try a quick quiz to practice how to use the causative in everyday expressions.     Related post The causative …

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