CT Quiz 594

What’s the missing word? (The same word fits all the gaps). Answers by DM *only* to @EnglishSmarts on Twitter. If I’m not following you, ask me for a follow first please 😉 to _____ a march on somebody; to _____ a kiss; to _____ a glance;

CT Quiz 593

What’s the missing word? (The same word fits all the gaps). Answers by DM *only* to @EnglishSmarts on Twitter. If I’m not following you, ask me for a follow first please 😉. to ___ out the kinks; wrought _____; a cast-_____ stomach; The answer is: IRON

Spot the Spelling Mistakes! (3)

Check the words in bold. Are they spelt correctly? If not, correct the spelling.  Don’t forget to put the date in your calender. Sally spent the day with her neice and nephew. Would you mind filling in this questionnaire? What time are they comming to your house? The party was a lovely suprise. I’m sorry….

CT Quiz 592

What’s the missing word? (The same word fits all the gaps). Answers by DM *only* to @EnglishSmarts on Twitter. If I’m not following you, ask me for a follow first please 😉. to _____ your facts straight; to _____ off your high horse; to give as good as you _____;

Spot the Spelling Mistakes (2)

Check the words in bold. Are they spelt correctly? If not, correct the spelling. I I had a weird dream last night. Matt only has a limited knowlege of social media. Jon’s always argueing with his girlfriend. If you could help me, I’d be very greatful. My teacher has really helped me improve my pronunciation. Would…

Spot the Spelling Mistakes (1)

Check the words in bold. Are they spelt correctly? If not, correct the spelling. He’s writting a letter. They’re looking for accomodation near the university. Don’t you believe me? The meeting is tomorow. They went to the party separately. The exam is in February. The goverment needs to act quickly. Your appearence is important in…

CT Quiz 591

What’s the missing word? (The same word fits all the gaps). Answers by DM *only* to @EnglishSmarts on Twitter. If I’m not following you, ask me for a follow first please 😉. to _____ somebody a line; a drip-_____; to spoon-_____;  

End the Confusion (5) – Answers

The bread didn’t rise because I forgot to add the yeast. The landlord can’t raise the rent. You only moved in a short time ago. So let’s raise our glasses and drink a toast to the happy couple! The helicopter rose into the air and headed towards the nearby island. It was only three degrees when we…

End the Confusion (5): Raise vs. Rise

Raise vs. Rise The verb ‘raise‘ (raised/raised), is transitive so this means that it requires a direct object. 🔸  She raised her hand. 🔸  They have raised their prices again. 🔸  I intend to raise the issue with the manager. The verb ‘rise‘ (rose/risen), on the other hand, is intransitive. This means there is no…

CT Quiz 590

What’s the missing word? (The same word fits all the gaps). Answers by DM *only* to @EnglishSmarts on Twitter. If I’m not following you, ask me for a follow first please 😉. to _____ in your boots; to get a fair _____; to _____ hands;   Vocabulary quizzes and idioms