Pros and Cons

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There are a lot of A+B expressions in English: ‘’ ‘ins and outs’ etc. They might be adverbial, adjectival or noun forms. Can you complete these sentence transformations with ‘A+B’ expressions?   1. We were worried about Jim but now we know he’s not in any danger. SOUND Jim _______________________________________________ we were worried about him. […]

Handwriting

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There’s a lot of good vocabulary used here describing personality and character. As a nice writing exercise, use it to write an analysis of your own or someone else’s handwriting. https://visual.ly/what-does-your-handwriting-say-about-you

List of 100 Adverbs

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Adverbs can be very tricky to identify in the word formation exercise, as well as parts of collocations in the multiple choice exercise. It’s a good idea to review them. In speech, we tend not to use these words to such an extent, relying on adjectives wherever possible, so try and make a point of […]