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16 June 2017
This blog post will explore the grammar of cause and effect. You will learn about how to link different grammatical structures together, and see...
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29 May 2017
Are you writing a referenced essay or report? There are a lot of websites and programs that can help you with in-text citations (direct quotes and...
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11 May 2017
Do you want to improve your grammar? Here are some websites that you can use independently, with grammar explanations, practice activities, quizzes...
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01 May 2017
There are many ways you can use your mobile phone, tablet and laptop to help you improve your English. Spelling Are you unsure about your spelling...
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06 April 2017
Do you have a phone, a laptop or a tablet? There are many ways you can use these tools to help you improve your English. If there are any websites...
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22 February 2017
Now you know the basic structure of a narrative, you can practice making your story more interesting. One way to do this is description. Think about...
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09 February 2017
What is a narrative? A narrative is “a story that is told or written” (learnersdictionary.com). In level 3, you will write a story using pictures to...
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27 January 2017
Regular verbs in the past end in –ed, for example started, cooked, and rained. However, there are three different ways to pronounce the –ed. We can...
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28 November 2016
Where do I start?  Great question. Let's start with thinking about the text. Is it an essay? A newspaper article? A magazine article? An opinion...
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14 November 2016
Do you want to prepare for university? Firstly, well done for being organised and motivated! Secondly, let's look at what you can do... The best...

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