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Facts about Antonym or Opposite

Since one of our English Exercises is Antonyms, I thought of sharing you this Wikipedia link that explores the facts of opposite or antonyms. Do you know that not all words have antonyms? How did I know this? It’s here: Antonyms Vocabulary Practice Here.

Vocabulary: Antonyms part01

In enriching our word bank, it is important to know the opposite meanings of words or the Antonyms. For our today’s English Exercise, let’s practice our vocabulary knowledge by choosing the Antonym of the word. Good luck! [QUIZZIN 4]

Question and Response

For our first listening exercise, let’s have Questions and Responses. In this exercise, listen to the question and responses. All you need to do is choose the appropriate response to the question. Ready? Let’s start! [QUIZZIN 3] Don’t forget to let us know how you fare, just post your score on the comment box. Happy […]

Grammar Practice: So/Such

Are you confused when to use the words “so” and “such”? Don’t worry, you are not alone. Most of the ESL learners have the same confusion on the use of “so” and “such”. Before you begin this Grammar practice, read and study first when to use “so” and “such”. Ready? Now, let’s begin. Choose “so” […]

Use of “So” and “Such”

“So” and “Such” are often used in a sentence before an adjective or an adverb. They are used to strengthen the meaning of the adjective/adverb. To avoid confusion on the use of “so” and “such”, follow these two rules: 1. “so” is used before an adjective/adverb alone. word order: so + adjective/adverb Examples: He is so cute. (so […]

What Say You? If I won in a Lottery

For our speaking exercises, let’s start with “What Say You?“. This question, though sound incorrect but not, is usually asked to demand an answer. So, for this speaking exercise, all you need to do is record your answer to the question. There is no right or wrong answer here, so feel free to express yourself. […]

Do Not Begin a Sentence with “Because”

This had been what my English teacher told me however it is not always correct. Example A: Because I am tired. A sentence must always be complete in thought. So if the sentence is like the one above, the meaning is not complete. Example B: Because his father won in the lottery, they are able […]

When to Use “The, A, An”

1. The articles “a, an” are used with countable nouns to indicate “one”; to indicate speed, cost, accuracy; and for certain numbers. Examples: I want an apple. ( I want one apple.) The horse runs 20 miles an hour. A couple of dogs went inside the fence yesterday. 2. The article “the” is used when the word […]

Grammar Practice: The, A, An

For our first Grammar Exercise, let’s have the articles (the, an, a). Most of English learners tend to forget the use of articles. Though they are small, their use in sentences is important. Let’s see if you can perfect this test. Let us know your score; post it on the comment box. Good luck! [QUIZZIN […]

What’s In the Picture? In Israel

For our second What’s In the Picture exercise, let’s have this picture: Just like in the first What’s In the Picture exercise, you just need to write or say several sentences describing the picture above. To write, use the comment box; to record your voice, go to the comment section below this post and click […]