Relative clauses

Relative clauses – defining and non defining Parts of a sentence that identify people, things or add some additional information are called relative clauses. They often begin with either a question word (who, what, where, which etc) or ‘that’. They can also start with pronouns; e.g. whose). Examples of relative clauses: He is the man … Read moreRelative clauses

Adjective collocations (B2)

ADJECTIVE COLLOCATIONS English collocations are two words together that equal one meaning- they almost always combine NOUNS or ADJECTIVES together. Some popular collocations have the feeling/meaning of ‘absolutely’ for the first word. Adjective collocations exercise 1 In the following exercises these kind of collocations are used. Their function is as an adjective. Exercise 1: Read … Read moreAdjective collocations (B2)

Using articles in English – more complex rules exercises

Using articles in English – more complex rules – exercises Have you read the information pages on more complex articles? Click here to read it before you try this articles exercises. Remember to register to get email updates. Complete the articles exercises below to test your knowledge. Articles exercises practice (Level B2) Complete the articles … Read moreUsing articles in English – more complex rules exercises

Idioms about driving

Idioms about driving Idioms are often commonplace in everyday, spoken English. The more idioms you know, the better it is for your general communication – just don’t over-use them in every single sentence! In the following exercises you will find some idioms that are quite common in many English speaking countries when talking about driving. … Read moreIdioms about driving