Answers: 1) signature 2) reliable 3) crowded
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NATURE VOCABULARY PRINTABLES (B2/Upper Intermediate)
Beautiful Bees – Fun facts gap fill plus exercise on Bee idioms
Gentle Giraffes – Fun facts gap fill plus exercise on Idioms with Neck
BRAND NEW! Fascinating Sharks 🦈 – Fun facts gap fill and Fish idioms
QUIZ YOUR ENGLISH!
One-page worksheets each with three exercises on general vocabulary, idioms, practical English, etc. (with PDF)
Vocabulary-Enriching Exercise 1
Confusing words (1): Mixed
Confusing words (2): Mixed
Confusing words (3): Say or Tell?
Confusing words (4): Job or Work?
Confusing words (5): As or Like?
Confusing words (6): Among or Between?
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?
End the Confusion (1): Forget vs. Leave (with exercise)
End the Confusion (2): Lend vs. Borrow (with exercise)
End the Confusion (3): At the end vs. In the end (with exercise)
End the Confusion (4): Look vs. See vs. Watch (with exercise)
End the Confusion (5): Raise vs. Rise (with exercise)
PHRASAL VERB EXERCISES
Exercise 1: Mixed Phrasal Verbs
Exercise 2: Mixed Phrasal Verbs
Exercise 3: Mixed Phrasal Verbs
Exercise 4: Mixed Phrasal Verbs
Exercise 5: Phrasal verbs with ‘COME’
Exercise 6: Nouns from Phrasal Verbs
Exercise 7: Phrasal Verbs with ‘Out’