Category Archive: A2/B1

Aug 18

What’s a ‘rain check’? – Now I Know

 Rain check is an expression that often pops up in everyday conversation. You may hear it in movies, TV series, and real life English. But do you know what it is?   I’m so sorry I can’t go tonight. Rain check? I’d love to go to the movies, but I really can’t. I’m swamped at …

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Aug 04

Accepting and refusing invitations – Now I Know

 Accepting and refusing invitations can be tricky (= difficult). What do you say when you’re invited to a party? What do you say when you want to go and what should you say when you can’t or don’t want to? We’ll give you a few tips below!   Your friend says: ‘I’m having a party …

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Feb 17

Gwen Stefani: Used to love you

 This song by Gwen Stefani will give you a chance to practice the USED TO DO SOMETHING structure. Can you remember what USED TO DO SOMETHING means? Read about it here! Take an interactive quiz to practice the 3 different USED TO structures in English.   LYRICS & WORDS TO KNOW   Never thought this …

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Feb 17

BE USED TO DOING SOMETHING / GET USED TO DOING SOMETHING – Now I Know

 BE/GET USED TO DOING SOMETHING Do you know how to use BE USED TO DOING SOMETHING and GET USED TO DOING SOMETHING? We use these expressions to talk about something we do often. Here is what you need to know:   BE USED TO SOMETHING    BE USED TO DOING SOMETHING   refer to: something you OFTEN …

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Feb 17

USED TO DO SOMETHING – Interactive Quiz

 USED TO DO SOMETHING is a structure we can use to talk about something that we did regularly in the past, but don’ do any more.         RELATED POSTS USED TO DO SOMETHING – Now I Know BE / GET USED TO DOING SOMETHING – Now I Know THE BIG “USED TO” …

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Feb 17

THE BIG “USED TO” QUIZ

 USED TO structures can be confusing because there are 3 of them and they mean different things. Let’s recap! What are the 3 USED TO expressions good for? 1) USED TO DO SOMETHING – to talk about an activity that you did regularly in the past, but not any more 2) BE USED TO DOING …

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Feb 17

USED TO DO SOMETHING – Now I Know

 USED TO DO SOMETHING Do you know how to use USED TO? We use this expression to talk about something we did regularly in the past. So the key ideas that can help you remember it are the following: USED TO refers to: something you did REGULARLY IN THE PAST something you DON’T DO ANY …

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Feb 04

More Apartment Repairs – Picture Dictionary Part 2

 Apartment repairs include a wide range of fix-up jobs from light plumbing (= things to do with pipes and water) through light electric jobs (= things to do with lighting and electricity) to painting the walls and fixing door frames. Do you know how to talk about them in English? The pages in our Picture …

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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

Suffixes Made Easy – Now I Know

 What are suffixes? Suffixes are groups of letters glued to the ending of a word to make new words. For example, you call someone who always helps other people HELPFUL (HELP+FUL). The base word here is HELP and the suffix I added is FUL (= full of). The two components make up the meaning of …

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