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# Changing Word Forms - Suffix / Prefix

Use a prefix or suffix to change the highlighted word in each sentence. Prefixes and Suffixes to use -able Makes an adjective from a verb. The verb becomes doable. en- Makes a verb meaning to give the property of the noun. -ary -ery

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# Proportion

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## Thu 32rd Nov 2017 beginners/questions

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Yanling和Leon将录制Skype课程
Soyez prêt à répondre à ces questions. Posez à votre partenaire une question pour chaque mot de la liste.

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# New Page - Ratios

I don't want to spoil the surprise, but you're going to need your calculator for this bit — get your finger on that fraction button... RATIOS are like FRACTIONS which are like DECIMALS We can treat the RATIO 3:4 like the FRACTION 3/4, which is 0.75 as a DECIMAL.1 Watch out though — this isn't 3/4 of the total: If there are girls and boys in the ratio 3:4, it means there's 3/4 as many girls as boys. So if there's 8 boys, there's 3/4 x 8 = 6 girls.

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# Fractions in sentences

You can use your calculator for these. Not so difficult but practice being accurate, try to avoid losing marks through making silly mistakes in the exam.

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# Changing Word Froms - Listen and Check

Put the highlighted word into the correct form. Listen and check your answers.

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# Ex. 33.1

Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it is as similar as possible to the sentence before it.

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# Numbers - Multiples, Factors and Primes (2)

The prime factorisation of a certain number is 32 x 5 x 11.

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# Numbers - Multiples, Factors and Primes (1)

If you know your tables and number bonds, this is quite basic! Make sure you know exactly what a Prime number is. ( For example: How many prime numbers are there on the the six faces of a dice? )

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# Algebra - Formulas from words

Algebra is not all hard. It starts off quite easy. A bit like finding the missing number.
4x = 20 , so x = ?
Algebra is like ordinary arithmetic, but with a letter for a missing number to find.

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# Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong

Classic song by Louis Armstrong Listen and fill in the gaps

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# Ex. 33.2

Fill in each of the blanks with a suitable word or phrase.

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# The past simple or the present perfect?

Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it is as similar in meaning as possible to the sentence printed before it.

EXAMPLE: I've never had to work all through the night before. This is the first time I've had to work all through the night.

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# Ex. 18.1

Correct these sentences.

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# Exercise 19.1

If the sentence is incorrect, enter the correct sentence. If you think it is correct, type "correct" (without the quotes )

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# Numbers - LCM (Lowest Common Multiple) and HCF - (Highest Common Factor)

The Lowest Common Multiple (LCM) is the SMALLEST number that will DIVIDE BY ALL the numbers in question.

E.g. 3, 6, 9, 12, 15 are all multiples of 3. 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 are all multiples of 5.

The lowest number that is in both lists is 15, so 15 is the LCM of 3 and 5.

The Highest Common Factor (HCF) is the BIGGEST number that will DIVIDE INTO ALL the numbers in question.

E.g. 1, 2, 4, 8 are all factors of 8. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12 are all factors of 12. The highest number that is in both lists is 4, so 4 is the HCF of 8 and 12.

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# Fractions

Answer the following questions without using a calculator.

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# Fractions - Multiples, Factors and Primes

The trick here is picking out the important bits from the sentences and translating them into numbers. It takes practice.

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# Exercise 16.2

Fill each of the blanks with a suitable word or phrase.
EXAMPLE: I have been writing this composition all evening

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# Exercise 19.3

Fill each of the gaps in this passage with one suitable word.

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# Changing Word Forms - Odd One Out

Which is the odd one out in each group? One word does not fit with the given prefix. Make sentences with the words that fit with the prefix & write a capital "X" if the prefix does not fit.

### Totals for Course : advanced

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He somewhat naively believed that a comparatively short period of study would suffice. However, he soon realised that he had to do much more. Mostly orally but specifically in the area of vocabulary building. This is primarily because study is essentially unavoidable if you want to achieve any degree of success in English.

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# Call it a day

To call it a day, to stop working - often said when the workers
feel they have done enough for one day.
It could also mean that it would be better to put an end to an arrangement .

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# get a word in edgeways

To find it impossible to take part in a conversation because
the other person is talking continously

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# Annoying modal verbs

Kiki says, lets practice modal verbs. Sometimes you can use not just one modal verb. Can is particularly flexible and is often used where may fits in a more formal way

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# Colours

Red, yellow, blue, green, purple, orange ...

Look at the map of school. Which room is the Maths room?

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# Changing word forms - Meanings

Warning!!! Sometimes when we change the form of a word the meaning changes. Make sentences with these words to help you explain the meanings.
Make sentences that are grammatically correct and that show how the meaning of each word in the pair is different.

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# Numbers - Fractions, Decimals and Percentages

Decimals are just another way of writing fractions —so it's easy to convert between the two... 0.36 = 36/100 = 18/50 = 9/25

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# Numbers - Fractions, Decimals and Percentages

Converting decimals to percentages is pretty easy really, so don't worry too much about this. Just put it as something over a hundred and cancel it down.

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# Basic Algebra

Simplify these algebraic expressions containing powers.

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# Expressions with 'carry'

There are some phrasal verbs that use "carry". Can you match the meanings of : Carry on , carry off, carry out ...

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# Incorrect Noun phrases

Check the incorrect sentences

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# Form a Compound Noun

Form an appropriate compound noun using the word in brackets

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# Noun Phrases in English

Listen and match the phrases

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# Article practice - (L)

Complete the gaps with 'a', 'an', 'the' or 'X' (no article)

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# Article practice - (A)

Complete the gaps with 'a', 'an', 'the' or 'X' (no article)

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# Transitive and Intransitive Verbs (Advanced English)

Verbs can be classified in many ways. One way is to group them into transitive and intransitive verbs Transitive verbs are immediately followed by a direct object, whereas intransitive verbs may have a direct object following a preposition. Be carefull!! because passive forms and phrasal verbs also have prepositions. Look at the seagull. Is the verb to hit transitive or intransitive?

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# Synonyms

The words also and too can often be interchangeable, but not always. Can you make a sentence where these two words are not interchangeable and only one of these words works

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# Hi Carlos - Just a quick note to say ....

Find ten grammar mistakes in this letter. Click the help for explanations then listen to check your answers.

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# Continuous Tenses

Look at the examples above and match each to one of the uses of the perfect tenses described below.

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# Funny Money

"To be or not to be, that is the question" - William Shakespeare
"The or not the, that is my question" - Leon Wooldridge. ( He's a definite article, isn't he? )

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# Exercise 30.1

Finish each of the sentences in such a way that it is as similar in meaning as possible to the sentence before it.

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# Rain in Spain

bake, plane, came, face, date, make, ate, wake, paper, danger, trade.

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# Dearest Creature - Chaos

We are going to test your knowledge of irregular and strange spellings in English. We will ask you to match some highlighted word spellings to the 44 basic sounds of English. For example the word plait (refering to hair) matches the sound @cat Write the matching sound in capital letters. EG: Flea => TREE. It is useful to learn these keywords so that tutors can refer directly to sounds without having to write phonetic symbols, which are not easy to type on a computer keyboard.
Note: The letter -e at the end of a word, when preceded by a consonant letter can change the vowel sounds that come before it. Eg Tap, tape. Hat, hate. Rat, rate. In English the pattern of letters affects the sound, but there is no fixed sound for each letter a-z.

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# Homophones in English Pronunciation

Homophones sound the same but are different words. Sometimes they sound the same only in certain regions. For me aunt is not a homophone of ant, but more a homophone of aren't . For some in the Southern states of the USA. aunt and ant may be homophones.

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# Love is the universal migraine. Gerund / Infinitive ?

Speaking: what is love? What do you think about these quotes.

## Wed 00rd Nov 2016 advanced/continuous-practice

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Read the following dialogue between two students. Put the verbs in brackets into one of the following tenses.

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# Counting in English

Learn to pronounce numbers and count things.

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# Bob Marley and the Wailers

A malapropism is using the wrong word instead of another word because they sound similar to each other, and which is funny as a result. Each numbered word is a malapropism. What words were replaced intentionally by malapropisms?

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# Easily Influenced

Q. My company has a strict policy that employees are not permitted to accept gifts from vendors or outside contacts that exceed a very low value, about the cost of a pen or a logo t-shirt. The exception is restaurant meals, although we are expected to pay the bill with our corporate credit cards if we dine out with these connections. I understand the ethics behind the policy, but it seems somewhat silly to me. Why would it matter to me who paid the bill for dinner? Are people really that susceptible to corruption that a small gift would make such a difference? Can such policies be designed more rationally?

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# Exercise 19.2

Copy the sentences that are correct, but correct those that are not.

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# Ex. 16.4

Fill each of the blanks with a suitable word or phrase.
EXAMPLE: Look out! We're going to hit the car in front!

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# Exercise 16.3

Fill each of the blanks with a suitable word or phrase.
EXAMPLE: As soon as he saw what had happened, he switched off the electricity.

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# Exercise 19.4

Fill each of the blanks with a suitable word or phrase.
Example: I'm not going to go out again until the storm has blown over.

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# Exercise 21.1

Copy and paste a sentence ending into each gap so that the sentence is correct. Example: 0 + i =>

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# Ex. 33.4

Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it is as similar
as possible to the sentence before it.

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## Wed 45th Dec 2015 interesting-articles/freak-tornado-in-london

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How many words do you know that describe damage?
Fill the gaps with suitable words.

A freak tornado ripped through a residential area of the capital today, tearing apart buildings and injuring six people.

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# Ex. 35.1

Fill each of the gaps in the following sentences with one of the passive verb phrases below.
is deemed, could soon be fitted, were charged, has been held
has finally been elected, is expected, being caused,
to be printed, is auctioned, being considered

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# Ex. 33.3

Fill in each of the blanks with a suitable word or phrase.

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