Program English : A2 Level

Pre Intermediate A2 level English lessons to help students read and write short sentences.

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Module 1 (People)
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Emotions (Feelings)

Emotions (Feelings)

What is the comman thing shared by all humans? A plethora of emotions! In this introductory English lesson of the module "People", learn about the different emotions we experience. Also, practice the synonyms and see the usage in different sentences.
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Gerunds

Gerunds

A gerund is a verb form which functions as a noun. This topic will help you understand the importance and usage of gerunds. Have a look at various examples and practice different exercises to study this important part of English grammar where the term gerund...
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Famous People- Part 1

Famous People- Part 1

Philanthropy means generosity in all its forms and love of humanity. It is the desire to promote the welfare of others, expressed primarily by the generous donation of time, talent, or wealth. This English lesson introduces us to the world of humanitarianism...
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Adjectives: Comparatives and Superlatives

Adjectives: Comparatives and Superlatives

Adjectives in the English language have three degrees that compare one thing to another. The three degrees of adjectives are positive, comparative, and superlative. This topic highlights the meaning of adjectives and defines its degrees. Take a look at...
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Whodunnit (Physical appearance)

Whodunnit (Physical appearance)

Physical characteristics are defining traits or features of your body. The first thing you see when you look at someone could be their hair, eyes, nose, or figure. These are all examples of physical characteristics. In this lesson, students will learn common...
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Exercise 1

Exercise 1

English Exercise 1 tests your understanding of the previous 5 topics (Emotions, Gerunds, Famous People- Part 1, Adjectives: Comparatives and Superlatives, Whodunnit (Physical appearance) discussed in this module. The exercise tests your listening, reading,...
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Dating and Relationships

Dating and Relationships

Dating is a stage of romantic relationships whereby two people meet socially with the aim of each assessing the other's suitability as a prospective partner in an intimate relationship or marriage. In this lesson, students learn words and phrases connected to...
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One world

One world

The story of human evolution describes the process by which human beings developed on Earth from now-extinct primates. In this lesson, students will be able to investigate human evolution, the emergence of continents, and the history of our ancestors.
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(Possessives) The carrot's dream was to travel the world

(Possessives) The carrot's dream was to travel the world

The possessive form is used for nouns referring to people, groups of people, countries, and animals. It shows a relationship of belonging between one thing and another. In this lesson, students will be able to use possessive apostrophes with singular and...
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Honest Henry: Character Traits

Honest Henry: Character Traits

This topic covers: Meaning of character traits, Examples, Henry becomes honest with Exercises.
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Verb + -ing/infinitive (like / want - would like)

Verb + -ing/infinitive (like / want - would like)

This topic highlights the importance of infinitives in the English language. It also includes a recap of gerunds and looks at the difference between using infinitives and gerunds. Several examples and three exercises will give you an in-depth understanding of...
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Exercise 2

Exercise 2

In English Exercise 2 tests solve a host of exercises based on the topics Dating and Relationships, One world, (Possessives) The carrot's dream was to travel the world, Honest Henry: Character Traits, and Verb + -ing/infinitive (like / want - would like).
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Social Etiquette

Social Etiquette

Etiquette is a code of behaviour that describes expectations for social behaviour according to contemporary conventional norms within a society, social class, or group. In this English lesson, students will explore terms related to social etiquette and...
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Agony Aunt (Giving advice.)

Agony Aunt (Giving advice.)

An agony aunt is a writer of an advice column in a newspaper or other periodical. In this English lesson, students learn the history of agony aunts and the reasons why people seek help from them. Students will also explore various examples and work on...
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Advanced Adjectives: personality, feeling and description

Advanced Adjectives: personality, feeling and description

What is an adjective, and why is it an essential part of English grammar? Study adjectives and its descriptive form in this topic. Understand how we use adjectives to describe someone's personality, feelings, and qualities. The topic includes several examples...
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Famous People - Part II (Scientists)

Famous People - Part II (Scientists)

Science is a disciplined way of comprehending the world we live in. The importance of science in human life is enormous. This English topic introduces us to the life and works of some great scientists who left an incredible mark in this world with their...
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My friend Mike (describing people)

My friend Mike (describing people)

What are the English words we use to describe people and feelings? This topic will list out words that describe people's appearance and the emotions they experience. Take a look at various examples, exercises, and use a role-play to understand this intriguing...
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Exercise 3

Exercise 3

With English exercise 3, test your knowledge of five topics learned earlier - Social Etiquette Agony Aunt (Giving advice), Advanced Adjectives: personality, feeling and description, Famous People - Part II (Scientists), and My friend Mike (describing people).
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Module 2 (Art and History)
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Art forms (Paintings, sculpture…)

Art forms (Paintings, sculpture…)

Art is defined as the expression or application of human creative skills and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing work to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power. This fascinating English topic...
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Nicholai the artist (Artistic Pursuits).

Nicholai the artist (Artistic Pursuits).

Having learned about various art forms, have a look at two engaging English conversations between Nicholai, who is an artist, and his friend Jane as well as his student named Sonya. Practice new vocabulary and take the exercises listed out in the topic.
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Masterpiece (Master artists of the world)

Masterpiece (Master artists of the world)

Masterpiece is an English topic about some of the most acclaimed geniuses in the world of art. The names mentioned here include a revered Dutch painter, two multifaceted masters, and a great sculptor. Admire the accomplishments of these artists who continue...
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ST+ART (street art-graffiti...)

ST+ART (street art-graffiti...)

Street art and graffiti have become remarkably popular over the years. What is the history of these two amazing art forms? When did these start? What have these art forms got to do with social responsibility? This interesting English topic answers these...
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Embedded questions

Embedded questions

Do you know if he can make it on time? Have you ever come across such questions? In the English language, an embedded question is a question that is included inside another question or statement. Learn several introductory phrases that lead to such questions....
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Exercise 4

Exercise 4

English exercise 4 includes various exercises based on five topics covered earlier - Art Forms, Nicholai The Artist, Masterpiece, ST+ART, and Embedded Questions. The exercises help you test your listening, reading, spoken productions, spoken interactions, and...
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Aesop's Fables (Basic proverbs)

Aesop's Fables (Basic proverbs)

Aesop's Fables is a world-renowned collection of fables credited to Aesop, a slave and story-teller believed to have lived in ancient Greece between 620 and 564 BC. The topic sheds light on the history concerning Aesop and features three compelling English...
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Demonstrative Adjectives Part II

Demonstrative Adjectives Part II

Demonstrative Adjectives are an important part of English grammar. Study the usage of demonstrative adjectives - this, that, these, those, former and latter. Demonstratives are used to indicate which objects are being referred to and to distinguish those...
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A day in the Life of a Museum Curator

A day in the Life of a Museum Curator

Have you ever visited a museum? What is the person managing a museum called? The English lesson 'A Day In The Life Of A Museum Curator' describes a museum, the things kept in it, and the person who manages it. In this interesting topic, take a look at...
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The Haves & Have Nots-An Introduction to Present Perfect Tense

The Haves & Have Nots-An Introduction to Present Perfect Tense

Tenses are a critical part of English grammar. The Haves and The Have Nots introduces us to the present perfect tense and highlights its uses. A wide range of examples and four well-planned exercises in the topic will help you master this form of present...
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Native Art Forms

Native Art Forms

This fascinating English lesson introduces us to various native art forms. From origami to ikebana, the topic covers an impressive range of these unique art forms. Learn several interesting aspects about these art forms, and maybe you have a new hobby...
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Exercise 5

Exercise 5

English exercise 5 includes various tasks based on five captivating topics studied earlier - Aesop's Fables, Demonstrative Adjectives, A day in the Life of a Museum Curator, The Haves & Have Nots-An Introduction to Present Perfect Tense, and Native Art Forms.
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World wars (First and second)

World wars (First and second)

The two world wars brought great sorrow and loss of human lives. This English topic takes a detailed look at the events that led to the horrifying wars and taught the world some harsh lessons. Take a look at the countries and individuals who were at the...
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Historia (Historians of the world)

Historia (Historians of the world)

Historia is an English lesson about some of the most iconic individuals who shaped the history of the world. Their contributions and teachings created a legacy for future generations to look up to. These revered individuals continue fascinating us with their...
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Down the ages

Down the ages

The English lesson 'Down the Ages' is about the categorization of history into time periods. Learn about the evolution of the world we live in the significant ages that contributed to its progress. From the Stone Age to the Information Age, our planet has...
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A day with Father Time! (Adverb of time-Part I)

A day with Father Time! (Adverb of time-Part I)

The topic 'A Day with Father Time!' is about an important part of English grammar - Adverbs of Time. Adverbs help us answer questions several pertinent questions, and this topic deals with the ones related to time. It also includes a role-play and two...
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Architectural wonders

Architectural wonders

Architectural Wonders of the world have always been a source of great curiosity among not just avid travellers but the general public as well. This fabulous English topic lists out some of the most incredible wonders of the world. This your chance to discover...
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Exercise 6

Exercise 6

An assemblage of questions awaits you as you test your understanding of the English topics - World Wars, Historia, Down The Ages, A Day with Father Time, and Architectural Wonders. The exercises are based on listening, reading, spoken productions, spoken...
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Module 3 (Hobbies and Pastimes)
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Pastimes

Pastimes

What are your favourite pastimes? What are your hobbies that you can never stop chatting about? The English topic 'Pastimes' describes many interesting activities people indulge in. You may relate to some or end up discovering a new one! From playing games to...
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Simon Says! (Imperatives)

Simon Says! (Imperatives)

In terms of English grammar, what do we call giving someone respect, command, suggestion, or advice? The 'Imperatives' are of great importance as these are often used in our day to day conversations. With this topic, take a look at several examples that will...
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Modals-Part I (Possibility)

Modals-Part I (Possibility)

Modals (also called modal verbs, modal auxiliary verbs, modal auxiliaries) are special verbs which behave irregularly in English. This topic describes the Modals and helps us understand the usage of Can, Could, May, and Might. Also, make a note of the usage...
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Bookworm

Bookworm

Do you enjoy reading books? Do you treasure your collection of books? The English topic 'Bookworm' talks about the history of the word and how people who surround themselves with books came to be known so. Books are treasures and bookworms know how to value...
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Weekends

Weekends

What is described as the time of the week we work and the one we rest and rejuvenate? This English topic describes the Workweek and the much sought after Weekend! Take a look at an interesting conversation between Carol and Jane, two co-workers who discuss...
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Exercise 7

Exercise 7

With English Exercise 7, test your understanding of the topics - Pastimes, Simon Says, Modals-Part I, Bookworm, and Weekends. The exercises related to the topics are based on listening, reading, spoken productions, spoken interactions, and writing skills.
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Musical Journey (Types of music)

Musical Journey (Types of music)

What is music, and why is it an integral part of our lives? This mesmerizing English topic looks at some of the most alluring forms of music that are world-renowned and revered by millions. With the greats of the genres mentioned, you are sure to discover...
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The Band-its

The Band-its

The English lesson 'The Band-its' continues the musical journey you embarked on with the previous topic. An insightful conversation introduces several amazing instruments that create melodious tunes. A little girl who wants to join a musical band makes the...
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Modals-Part II(Obligation & Necessity)

Modals-Part II(Obligation & Necessity)

Having studied 'Modal Verbs' of possibility, it is time to practice the ones related to obligation and necessity. This English topic introduces the verbs must, have to, should, ought to, and have got to, the latter being a non-standard modal verb. The lesson...
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Roll Over Beethoven!

Roll Over Beethoven!

Roll Over Beethoven is an insightful English lesson on the immense contributions of musical legends of the world. The names mentioned here are masters of the western classical music who left an enduring legacy with their mesmerizing renditions. From Verdi to...
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Can I go to the rock concert?

Can I go to the rock concert?

Can I go to the rock Concert is an English lesson on modal verbs discussed earlier. The topic includes exercises based on modal verbs should, can, might, shouldn't, and others. This is a comprehensive lesson to practice everything learned about the different...
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Exercise 8

Exercise 8

English Exercise 8 has different exercises to examine your listening, reading, spoken production, spoken interaction, and writing skills. The exercises are based on topics - Musical Journey, The Band-its, Modals-Part II, Roll Over Beethoven, and Can I go to...
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Let's Dance!

Let's Dance!

From music to dance, the fun continues with this pleasing English lesson. Let's Dance is all about the most popular and widely practised dance forms in the world. Learn about the history of these dance forms and shares your views on these. Also, discuss which...
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Prepositions Of Direction And Movement

Prepositions Of Direction And Movement

Prepositions of Directions and Movement, as the name implies, is an English grammar topic about the prepositions used to indicate direction and movement. A revision of common prepositions is followed by an interpretation of prepositions - to, onto, into,...
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Shall We Dance?

Shall We Dance?

What is a suggestion, and what are words we use to make suggestions? There are a number of ways one can make suggestions, and this English lesson sheds light on those. The topic includes many words and phrases, numerous examples, and three exercises.
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Invitations

Invitations

We all celebrate different occasions inviting our near and dear ones. We also receive many invites to formal as well as informal occasions. What is the difference between these two types of invites? What are the ways to send an invitation and send appropriate...
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It’s the prom night

It’s the prom night

A promenade dance, commonly known as prom, is a popular dance for high-school students in North America, especially the USA. Prom night is the most sought after and exciting night for every student. This English topic describes what happens during this...
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Exercise 9

Exercise 9

English Exercise 9 includes an impressive collection of exercises to test your listening, reading, spoken production, spoken interaction, and writing skills. These are based on your knowledge of the topics - Let's Dance, Prepositions of Directions and...
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Module 4 (Accommodation and Holidays)
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Accommodation

Accommodation

Are you an avid traveller? How often do you travel for leisure or business? What are the types of accommodations you use while travelling? This excellent English lesson lists different types of accommodations. It also highlights the kind of travellers who use...
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Both, Either & Neither

Both, Either & Neither

Both, either, and neither are three of the most widely used words in the English language. This topic introduces the three words with an exceptional assemblage of examples. It also includes several exercises for you to practice and master the usage of these...
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Gerry is getting tense! (Exercises in Present Continuous Tense)

Gerry is getting tense! (Exercises in Present Continuous Tense)

Having studied the present perfect tense, it is time to practice the present continuous tense. The English lesson 'Gerry Is Getting Tense' is a unique collection of exercises based on the present tense that expresses the continuation of any activity.
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Where are you put up?

Where are you put up?

The English topic 'Where Are You Put Up?' focuses on two engaging role plays. The first one shows Bob discussing his travel plans with John, while the other has Jack telling Jane about his busy life. Make a note of the words used to describe the type of...
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Camp out

Camp out

Camping is an extremely popular and exciting activity. This highly sought after activity is undertaken by people in almost all parts of the world. 'Camp Out' is a fascinating English lesson on camping, things to carry when you attempt it, the activities...
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Exercise 10

Exercise 10

English Exercise 10 helps you practice the previous five topics. Test your understanding of the topics - Accommodation, Both, Either & Neither, Gerry is getting tense, Where are you put up, and Camp Out. The exercises will test your listening, reading, spoken...
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Literary Arts Festival (Advertising & Promotion)

Literary Arts Festival (Advertising & Promotion)

Are you a literary buff? Have you examined how the literature festivals organized across the world advertised? The English topic 'Literary Arts Festival' defines a literary festival and cites several examples of its advertisements. Discover some of the...
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Unique Festivals

Unique Festivals

Unique Festivals, as the name suggests, is an English topic about some of the most incredible celebrations held in different parts of the world. You will come across seven marvellous festivals that epitomize colour, creativity, culture, tradition, and the...
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Noddy the Nomad (Linkers)

Noddy the Nomad (Linkers)

Noddy The Nomad is a lesson about 'linkers' in the English language. The topic explains the meaning of linkers and two of its types - sequential and time linkers. Learn these while Noddy the nomad explains how he explored different places like Naples,...
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How to be a Good House Guest?

How to be a Good House Guest?

How To Be A Good House Guest is an English lesson that explains the characteristics of being a good guest. It highlights how one can conduct himself when living in someone else's house. It also talks about the importance of not becoming an unwanted guest and...
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Connecting words

Connecting words

The connecting words in English help us improve our style of talking and writing. With the help of several examples learn how connecting words join clauses, phrases, and sentences and showcase the relationship between these. With examples, the topic includes...
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Exercise 11

Exercise 11

English Exercise 11 helps you test your knowledge of the topics learned earlier. These are Literary Arts Festival, Unique Festivals, Noddy the Nomad, How to be a Good House Guest?, and Connecting Words. The evaluation is based on listening, reading, spoken...
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Phrasal verbs–Common

Phrasal verbs–Common

Phrasal verbs are a unique aspect of the English language. A combination of verbs constitutes a phrasal verb to create a different meaning than the original verb. This topic explains the meaning and usage of phrasal verbs using numerous examples and exercises.
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Adventurous Anna (Adventure sports)

Adventurous Anna (Adventure sports)

Adventurous Anna is an English topic about some of the most adrenaline rushing sports in the world. Anna loves diverse breathtaking sports and is keen to take us along with her. Take a look at various features of these sports, and you may have an exciting...
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Cruising the caribbean

Cruising the caribbean

The English lesson 'Cruising the Caribbean' is a sheer delight to study. It introduces us to the world of a cruise and its amenities. It also highlights the activities you can try onboard. Join Robert and Lola, who are celebrating their anniversary, as they...
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I spy something (Descriptions)

I spy something (Descriptions)

I spy something' is an English topic with exercises on descriptions. There are exercises based on words we use to describe people, their appearance, the emotions they experience, their character traits, different things used, etc. There is also an exercise...
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By the sea

By the sea

In the English topic 'By the Sea,' we come across the common terms used for the sea, on a cruise ship, to describe a beach and some of its characteristics. Jake, his mother, and his friend Kate take us on an exciting voyage through a fascinating conversation.
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Exercise 12

Exercise 12

Have a look at English Exercise 12 to practice what you learned in the previous topics - Phrasal verbs - Common, Adventurous Anna, Cruising the Caribbean, I spy something, and By the Sea. The evaluation is based on listening, reading, spoken production,...
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Module 5 (Food & Drinks, Shopping)
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The Food Pyramid (Types of food groups)

The Food Pyramid (Types of food groups)

A food group is a collection of foods that share similar nutritional properties or biological classifications. Nutrition guides typically divide foods into food groups and recommend daily servings of each group for a healthy diet. In this English lesson, you...
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Ready to roll!

Ready to roll!

Knowledge of various culinary tools and equipment is essential for each one of us. In this Engish lesson, students will be introduced to various items and kitchen measurements. They will also learn how to identify each appliance by its correct name and its...
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Something's cooking

Something's cooking

Much and many may mean the same, but their usage differs. Many people would use them properly, but most likely based on intuitive judgment. In this lesson, students will learn the difference between countable and uncountable nouns and explore the rules...
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Cheers!

Cheers!

A drink is a liquid intended for human consumption. In addition to their basic function of satisfying thirst, drinks play important roles in human culture. In this English lesson, you will explore different beverages and drinks consumed in different parts of...
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Picnic time

Picnic time

A picnic is a meal taken outdoors as part of an excursion usually held in a park or other place affording an impressive view. In this English lesson, students will learn different words such as items used, food consumed, and various activities performed...
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Exercise 13

Exercise 13

This English Exercise tests your understanding of the previous five topics studied in this Module (The Food Pyramid, Ready to roll!, Something's cooking, Cheers!, Picnic Time). The exercise tests your listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills.
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Chef's hat

Chef's hat

Cooking is the art of preparing food for ingestion, commonly with the application of heat. Cooking techniques vary widely across the world, reflecting unique environments, cultural traditions, and trends. In this English lesson, students will explore common...
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You 'can' but 'may' not!

You 'can' but 'may' not!

Students are often unsure about the difference between can and may when used to ask for permission. Can indicates an ability to do something, while may indicates what is allowed or permitted. In this English lesson, you will learn how to use may and can and...
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Food Festivities

Food Festivities

Food is the backbone of many traditions, bringing family and friends together to celebrate customs that have been in place for years. It strengthens community links and reinforces identity among a group of people. In this English lesson, students will explore...
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Bon Apetit!

Bon Apetit!

Food is any substance consumed to provide nutritional support for an organism. It is usually of plant or animal origin and contains essential nutrients. In this English lesson, we will take a look at the most interesting fun facts about food from around the...
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Mr. Baker, bake me a cake (At the bakery)

Mr. Baker, bake me a cake (At the bakery)

Baking is a method of preparing food that uses dry heat, but can also be done in hot ashes, or on hot stones. The most common baked item is bread. In this English lesson, students will see a dialogue between a baker and a little girl and learn some common...
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Exercise 14

Exercise 14

This English Exercise tests your understanding of the previous five topics studied in this Module (Chef's Hat, You 'can' but 'may' not, Food Festivities, Bon Appetit!, Mr. Baker, bake me a cake). The exercise tests your listening, reading, speaking, and...
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Pop up shop (Types of markets-flea market, summer markets, etc)

Pop up shop (Types of markets-flea market, summer markets, etc)

A market is a place where people go to buy or sell things. When people have products to sell, they set up a market place in a special building or in an open space. In this English topic, students will explore different types of markets and work on various...
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Much Ado About Nothing! (Range of intensifiers)

Much Ado About Nothing! (Range of intensifiers)

Much Ado About Nothing' is a topic on the 'Intensifiers' of the English language. We often use words like very, really, quite, etc. While some are used formally, others are used informally. Learn about the intensifies using several examples and exercises to...
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Scan the food (Terms used while shopping for food).

Scan the food (Terms used while shopping for food).

Do you often buy food for your house? How closely do you look at the details of the product? Scan the food is an English topic about scanning and why we must scan food. Learn numerous terms used while shopping. The topic also includes two exercises.
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Agree to disagree. (Agreeing and disagreeing)

Agree to disagree. (Agreeing and disagreeing)

Agree to disagree is an English lesson that includes three conversations. The three role plays are based around buying shoes, returning a dress, and buying groceries. See how the conversations shape up and which of the terms used highlight agreement and...
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Haggle waggle (Terms used during shopping)

Haggle waggle (Terms used during shopping)

Do you enjoy shopping? Are you a shopaholic? Haggle Waggle is an English lesson is all about this compulsive activity that people enjoy indulging in. Discover terms used for shopping and notice two engaging conversations. The first role-play involves two...
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Exercise 15

Exercise 15

English Exercise 15 is based on questions related to the previous five topics - Pop up shop, Much Ado About Nothing, Scan the food, Agree to disagree, and Haggle Waggle. The exercises will asses your listening, reading, spoken productions, spoken...
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Module 6 (Entertainment & Leisure)
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Genres of Entertainment

Genres of Entertainment

We all need some dose of entertainment in our lives. Be it sport, music, sitcoms, movies, or reality television, there are numerous options available. With so many apps and online platforms, we can access all our favorite programs on the go. The English topic...
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Couch potato (TV programs that are regularly watched)

Couch potato (TV programs that are regularly watched)

Do you find it hard to get off the television or online platforms? In the day and of Netflix and on-demand television, one can easily spend a lot of time in front of a screen. The English topic 'Couch Potato' is about some of the most popular television shows...
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Review/Write about your favourite TV program.

Review/Write about your favourite TV program.

Review or Write about your favorite program' is an English topic on television program reviews and its importance. It cites several examples and explains what worked and what didn't for these. With so many television and online series available, reviews can...
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Simple connectors “and” “but” and “because”

Simple connectors “and” “but” and “because”

We use conjunctions in the English language to connect two parts of a sentence. The topic is about connectors and, but, and because. These three words are widely used, and it is important to understand their usage. Take a look at the examples and solve four...
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Smart Television for the Smart viewer

Smart Television for the Smart viewer

Smart television for the smart viewer' as the name indicates is an English topic on smart televisions that are extremely sought after today. With a plethora of online platforms to choose from, you can enjoy your favorite programs on a digital television that...
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Exercise 16

Exercise 16

English Exercise 16 includes exercises based on topics - Genres of Entertainment, Couch Potato. Review or Write about your favorite program, Simple Connectors and but because, and Smart television for the smart viewer. The exercises will test your listening,...
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Movie magnet (Different types of movies)

Movie magnet (Different types of movies)

Movie Magnet' is an insightful English lesson on the different genres of movies. The genres discussed in the topic are animated, action, romance, romantic comedies, drama, mystery, and biography. Take a look at some of the best films of these genres and...
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Theatre (Broadways,musicals, operas)

Theatre (Broadways,musicals, operas)

The English topic 'Theater' as the name suggests describes various aspects and categories of theater. It also talks about musicals and highlights the difference between theater and Operas. Along with some unusual fun facts, there are two interesting exercises...
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At the theatre

At the theatre

'At the theatre' is an interesting English topic about the world of theatre. It includes a conversation between two friends, Anna and Alison. Anna has planned a birthday surprise for her mother by gifting her theater tickets and is discussing this with...
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Present continuous for future

Present continuous for future

The English topic 'Present Continuous for Future' includes the revision of present continuous tense and then describes this tense for events related to the future. The topic has exceptional illustrations and exercises for you to master this tense. Practice...
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Movie buff

Movie buff

Movie Buff' is an English topic about people who love movies and are knowledgable about the craft. The topic is filled with engaging exercises related to movies. There's a quiz on the different genres of movies, film characters, locations, story, and a...
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Exercise 17

Exercise 17

English Exercise 17 includes a number of tests based on the topics learned earlier- Movie Magnet, Theatre, At the theatre, Present Continuous for Future, and Movie Buff. The exercise is designed to test your listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills.
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Cruising the caribbean (Role Play)

Cruising the caribbean (Role Play)

The Caribbean Islands are world-renowned for their flora and fauna. The Lopez family has planned a vacation to the Caribbean, and thus, they visit a travel agent for help. The English topic 'Cruising the Caribbean' involves a role-play involving the Lopez...
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Leisure Sports (Unique Native Sports)

Leisure Sports (Unique Native Sports)

Leisure Sports' is an English topic about some of the most unusual sports in the world. These sports are popular in the land of their origin, however, also spreading their wings across the globe. The sports listed in the topic are futsal, curling, jianzi,...
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A summer getaway

A summer getaway

Are you planning a summer vacation and looking for exotic destinations? The English topic 'Summer Gateway' will help you find your dream destination. The mesmerizing places mentioned here cover different parts of the worlds, offer several amazing activities...
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Skiing and Other Winter Sports

Skiing and Other Winter Sports

Skiing and Other Winter Sports' is an English topic about the fascinating world of sports played on snow-clad mountains and surfaces. Winter sports have long captured the imagination of sports enthusiasts. Take a look at some of the most popular winter sports...
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Present Perfect Advanced (Never, Ever, Already, Since, For, etc.)

Present Perfect Advanced (Never, Ever, Already, Since, For, etc.)

Learn the English Present Perfect Advanced tense with the help of this excellent lesson. A revision of the present perfect tense is followed by an explanation of the usage of words ever, never, already, yet, for, and since. Also, learn the difference between...
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Exercise 18

Exercise 18

English Exercise 18 features questions based on the five previous topics - Cruising the Caribbean, Leisure Sports, A Summer Getaway, Skiing and Other Winter Sports, and Present Perfect Advanced. Test your listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills.
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Module 7 (Education)
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Education-Is it important?

Education-Is it important?

This English topic discusses the importance of education in society. The term education is explained, followed by facts on education. The importance of education is discussed using five points. The topic also includes two exercises for you to attempt.
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Timetable

Timetable

Timetable' is an English topic highlighting the importance of time management. We may have busy lifestyles, however, it is extremely important to manage our time judiciously. The topic explains how using a timetable can get our schedules in order. There are...
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Different types of education

Different types of education

This is an English topic on the types of education systems prevailing today. Education systems, around the world, have come a long way. Discover some of the widely used formal and non-formal education methods used in the world. Share your opinion about these...
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Ila the school nurse (Wh-questions in past)

Ila the school nurse (Wh-questions in past)

"'Ila the school nurse" is an English topic that involves a role-play highlighting the usage of 'Wh' questions in the past tense. We often use words like what, when, where, who, and why. Take a look at several examples and solve three exercises related to the...
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Reunion

Reunion

School and college reunions are extremely exciting and fun-filled. Meeting your friends after years and reliving the wonderful memories can be a pleasant experience. This English topic is all about planning a reunion, the reasons to attend one, and the...
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Exercise 19

Exercise 19

English Exercise 19 will test your knowledge of the previous topics learned - Education-Is it important, Timetable, Different types of education, Ila the school nurse, and Reunion. The exercises are based on listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills.
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School bell (Recess)

School bell (Recess)

School bell is an English topic about recess, break time for children at school. Break times are given to kids to ensure they have meals, meet their peers, visit the restroom and for various other activities. Take a look at the importance of recess and...
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On time-every time (Projects,submissions…)

On time-every time (Projects,submissions…)

On time-every time is an English topic about timely submission of a school project. The topic features a role play between two friends who are discussing the submission of an art project. Notice the terms used and complete three engaging exercises based on...
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Life on a campus (Basic essay writing)

Life on a campus (Basic essay writing)

Life on a Campus', as the name suggests, is an English topic based on campus life in colleges and schools. The topic highlights many important facts about campus life using two essays that are followed by two writing exercises. Read the essays and share your...
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JAM-Just another Magazine

JAM-Just another Magazine

JAM - Just Another Magazine' is an English topic about life in high schools. The topic lists several tips to help you have an enjoyable time in a high school. It also talks about the present trends that are fascinating to the students. It also discusses the...
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Changing schools

Changing schools

Changing Schools is an English topic highlighting the difficulties faced by students in moving from one school to another. It cites the example of two students, Daphne and Eric, as they face a new environment. The topic also includes two exercises, one...
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Exercise 20

Exercise 20

In English Exercise 20, you will showcase your understanding of the topics - School Bell, On time-every time, Life on a Campus, JAM - Just Another Magazine, and Changing Schools. Its time to test your listening, reading, writing, and speaking skills.
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Sound of school

Sound of school

The English topic 'Sound of School' is about some of the finest movies based on high school. Grease, Wild Child, Pisay, 10 Things I Hate About You, and No Men Allowed are the films discussed in the topic. It also involves two exercises - completing the...
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Phrasal verbs, extended.

Phrasal verbs, extended.

Continue your learning of the phrasal verbs of the English language with this topic. A revision of what was learned earlier is followed by more examples of phrasal verbs. The topic also includes three challenging exercises. Learn new phrasal verbs and...
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Sshhh…You are at the library.

Sshhh…You are at the library.

A library is a place where were are supposed to be quiet and not disturb others. This English topic, 'Sshhh…You are at the library', is about a kid narrating an incident related to his visit to a library and his conversation with the librarian. Notice the...
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Stressed out (how to cope with exams)

Stressed out (how to cope with exams)

Haven't we all had those nervous, sleepless nights before an examination? This English topic highlights the reasons we feel tense before an exam and ways to deal with the stress. Share your personal experiences and solve two exercises associated with the...
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Grow up young man!

Grow up young man!

Grow up young man' is an English topic on the choices students make after completion of their education. The topic highlights the options available after high school and college. Selecting the right career path is one of the most important decisions of one's...
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Exercise 21

Exercise 21

In English Exercise 21, you will showcase your understanding of the topics - Sound of school, Phrasal verbs, extended, Sshh You are at the library, Stressed-Out, and Grow up young man! The exercises will test your listening, reading, writing, and speaking...
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Module 8 (Travelling & Touring)
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Weathering the storm-all about the weather.

Weathering the storm-all about the weather.

Weathering the Storm' is an English topic on the weather forecast and its importance. An exercise involves listening to a weather forecast and answering questions based on it. Another exercise includes a role play about the weather and questions related to it.
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Are we there yet?

Are we there yet?

Are We There Yet' is an extremely intriguing topic on the significance of travel itineraries. It talks about making a travel timetable, tips to make a travel itinerary, and using maps while travelling; paper as well as google maps. This English topic also...
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Read the signs

Read the signs

Read The Signs' is an English topic on different signs. It highlights the importance of reading signs on roads, at motels, washrooms, and airports. The topic includes numerous examples, many of which you must have noticed at these places. It also includes...
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Advanced Adverbs – II (Manner And Place)

Advanced Adverbs – II (Manner And Place)

Its time to learn the English adverbs of manner and place having already learned the adverbs of time. Adverbs of manner tell us the manner in which something is done, while the adverbs of place indicate where something happens. Take a look at several examples...
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Articles – with countable and uncountable nouns

Articles – with countable and uncountable nouns

The English topic is about using articles with countable and uncountable nouns. Countable nouns are things and people that we can count while uncountable nouns are things we cannot count. Learn the usage of article before these nouns and solve three exercises.
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Exercise 22

Exercise 22

In English Exercise 22, you will showcase your understanding of the topics - Weathering the Storm, Are We There Yet, Read The Signs, Advanced Adverbs – II (Manner And Place), and Articles – With Countable And Uncountable Nouns. Its time to test your...
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Prepositional phrases

Prepositional phrases

This topic is about the prepositional phrases of time and movement in the English language. Understand how a prepositional phrase functions by taking a look at several examples. Learn how to identify a prepositional phrase and come across some common...
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Getaway

Getaway

Getaway is a fascinating English topic for all travel buffs. It provides numerous tips on planning a trip and mentions the resources you can use. There are two exercises in this topic, one about describing a picture and the other being a conversational one....
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Ibiza/France/Italy….! Here I come

Ibiza/France/Italy….! Here I come

Ibiza Here I Come' is an English topic describing to role-plays. The first one is about booking a flight ticket and the other about cancelling a flight ticket. Notice the terms used and make a note of the words you may have come across for the first time....
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Final call for boarding

Final call for boarding

Final Call For Boarding' as the name indicates is an English topic about the boarding announcements. It explains the terms pre-boarding, boarding, final boarding, pre-flight, captain's, and safety announcements. Learn and explains the terms and complete a...
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Airline etiquette

Airline etiquette

This English topic is about airline etiquettes and its importance. It is essential to be a polite and well-behaved traveller to ensure that we don't create any nuisance and disturb anyone. The topic highlights the expected behaviour at an airport and on an...
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Exercise 23

Exercise 23

In English Exercise 23, you will showcase your knowledge of the topics - Prepositional Phrases, Getaway, Ibiza Here I Come, Final Call For Boarding, and Airline Etiquette. The exercises are meant to test your listening, reading, writing, and speaking skills.
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Mr. Khan, the cabbie (Roleplay on City v/s country)

Mr. Khan, the cabbie (Roleplay on City v/s country)

'Mr. Khan, The Cabbie' is an English topic involving an interesting conversation comparing cities to the countryside. Notice the terms used to describe the two worlds in a role play involving three people. The topic also involves three engaging exercises.
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Articles - Use of than and definite article

Articles - Use of than and definite article

This topic is about the articles in the English language. It describes the usage of the definite article the and than. Than is used to introduce the second element when comparing two things or people, and the is used before a noun to show what is being...
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Driving Mr. Marshall (Book a cab/car)

Driving Mr. Marshall (Book a cab/car)

Driving Mr. Marshall' is an English topic comprising of role plays on booking taxis. It highlights three different scenarios - asking someone to book a taxi, booking a taxi over the phone, and booking a taxi online. Notice the conversations and the terms...
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Red bus (Sightseeing-Tour of the city)

Red bus (Sightseeing-Tour of the city)

Red Bus' is an English lesson on a tour bus and beach tour. Understand what is a tour bus and examine a tour brochure. A couple decides to book a beach tour and explore several stunning landmarks in the city. The topic describes some of the most amazing...
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Postcards from New York

Postcards from New York

Postcards From New York' is a pleasing English topic about the marvellous Big Apple. New York is a city that continues fascinating travellers from the world over. Yuri, an architect who visits the city for a project sends postcards to his sister Kat about the...
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Exercise 24

Exercise 24

English Exercise 24 will test your knowledge of the topics - Mr. Khan, The Cabbie, Articles (Use Of Than and The-Definite Articles), Driving Mr. Marshall, Red Bus, and Postcards From New York. The exercises are meant to test your listening, reading, writing,...
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Module 9 (Work or Job)
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Jobs and Careers

Jobs and Careers

This English topic about jobs and careers involves a role play and exercises based on it. Notice an interesting conversation between two kids and their father. Adam and Sam are discussing their plans with their father after completing graduation. Observe the...
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What do you do? (Jobs and their descriptions)

What do you do? (Jobs and their descriptions)

What Do You Do' is an English lesson that introduces various jobs through a role play. Amy attends a high school reunion and meets her friends after ages. Their conversations highlight different professions they are engaged in. The topic also includes three...
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Work it!

Work it!

Work It' is an exceptional English topic about vocabulary related to different jobs. It mentions Gary and describes his professional dilemma. Notice the words and phrases used and attempt three exercises related to this engaging topic.
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Past simple

Past simple

This is an exercise based English topic on the past simple tense. Start with a revision of the Simple Past Tense and then solve six exercises based on this tense. The exercises involve completing the sentences, rewriting sentences in simple past, error...
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Summer Time

Summer Time

This English topic highlights the jobs on offer during summertime and why one must work during that period. The jobs are related to administration, teaching, writing, babysitting, performing arts, etc. Share your opinion on the topic and attempt two exercises.
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Exercise 25

Exercise 25

In English Exercise 25 solve an array of exercises based on the topics - Jobs And Careers, What Do You Do, Work It, Past Simple (Exercise Based), and Summer Time. The exercises are meant to test your listening, reading, writing, and speaking skills.
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Help wanted/Classified

Help wanted/Classified

'Help Wanted OR Classifieds' is an English topic on advertisements. It illustrates the difference between classified and display advertisements and explains these sections of a publication. Make a note of the differences and answer questions related to these.
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Future Simple And Future Continuous Tense (Exercises)

Future Simple And Future Continuous Tense (Exercises)

This is an exercise-based English topic on the Future Simple And Future Continuous Tense. Start with a revision of the Simple Future Tense and learn the Future Progressive Tense. Solve five exercises based on the two tenses that help us frame sentences for...
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Types of companies

Types of companies

Types of Companies' is an English topic based on different businesses. The companies and businesses are divided into different categories based on various parameters. Make a note of the types shared and share your views on the topic. It also includes two...
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Past Continuous Tense

Past Continuous Tense

After practising simple past tense, its time to learn the past continuous tense of the English language. Take a look at numerous examples and understand the usage and sentence construction with this tense. The topic also involves five excellent exercises to...
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Emails (Basics)

Emails (Basics)

The English topic highlights several points to keep in mind while drafting an email. Emails are widely used in today's world hence one has to be able to write professional emails. Learn the rules and practice these using the exercises listed in the topic.
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Exercise 26

Exercise 26

In English Exercise 26 solve a number of exercises based on the topics - Help Wanted OR Classifieds, Future Simple And Future Continuous Tense, Types Of Companies, Past Continuous Tense, and Emails (Basics). The exercises will test your listening, reading,...
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Business Districts/Financial Cities

Business Districts/Financial Cities

Business Districts Or Financial Cities' is an English topic on ten business hubs of the world. These cities are known for their financial might and attracting various businesses. Discover some fascinating aspects of these global cities that are thriving...
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Formal Tie (Attire On The Job)

Formal Tie (Attire On The Job)

Formal Tie (Attire On The Job)' is an English topic describing why people wear uniforms and the benefits of this. It also talks about the different types of uniforms and includes various pictures describing different professions. The topic also includes two...
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Let's talk over lunch

Let's talk over lunch

What are the conditional clauses in the English language? Having learned the zero and first conditional, its time to learn the second and third conditional clauses. This topic helps you to revise the first two and learn the other two. Also, it includes four...
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Road to success (Qualifications required for the job)

Road to success (Qualifications required for the job)

Road to Success' is an English topic that highlights jobs and their qualifications. It lists several factors that are considered by recruiters to hire someone. The topic includes two conversations based on jobs. Make a note of the terms used in different...
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Daniel, the Maître d'  (A day in the life of a Maître d' )

Daniel, the Maître d' (A day in the life of a Maître d' )

This English topic explains the meaning and origin of the term Maître d'. Daniel explains why he became a Maître d' and what is his routine. Notice the terms used and explain if you have come across this word before. The topic also involves two listening...
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Exercise 27

Exercise 27

In English Exercise 27 solve a number of exercises based on the topics - Business Districts Or Financial Cities, Formal Tie, Let’s Talk Over Lunch, Road To Success, and Daniel, the Maître d'. The exercises will test your listening, reading, writing, and...
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Module 10 (Office)
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Company brochure

Company brochure

This English topic is about company brochures and tips on making a good brochure. Take a look at the examples shared in the topic and make a note of the usage of certain terms and style of presentation. The topic also has four exercises based on reading,...
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May I help you?

May I help you?

May I Help You' is an English topic that involves two role plays. Both role plays have people who are having an unprepared conversation. The first one is about computer trouble and the second one is about a virus problem. Make a note of the terms used and...
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Salutations

Salutations

This topic is about English salutations and its formal usage in a letter. There are several examples cited on using salutations in the correct manner. Take a look at these and solve three exercises that will test your writing skills and understanding of the...
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Round table conference

Round table conference

Round Table Conference' is an English topic on common business vocabulary. Ray explains these terms using his example and by narrating his activities at the office. Make a note of the terms used and discuss if you face similar situations at work. Also, solve...
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Job Application

Job Application

The English topic 'Job Application' is all about job applications and interviews. It highlights a conversation between Samuel and an interviewer. Samuel is keen to ask some questions and clarify his doubts and the interviewer is happy to help him.
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Exercise 28

Exercise 28

In English Exercise 28 solve a number of exercises based on the topics - Company Brochure, May I Help you, Salutation, Round Table Conference, and Job Application. The exercises are meant to test your listening, reading, writing, and speaking skills.
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Will and going to, for prediction

Will and going to, for prediction

It is important to understand the usage of 'will' and 'going to' in the English language. This topic explains the use and formation of these two words that are used to talk about the future. Make a note of the differences and observe the examples listed. The...
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Going for an Interview (Roleplay).

Going for an Interview (Roleplay).

This English topic includes a role play regarding a job interview. Tom has applied for the post of a sales manager at a company and visits it for an interview. Make a note of the questions he is asked and share your views about the topic and your experience...
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I am here to meet Sam

I am here to meet Sam

I'm here to meet Sam' is an English topic describing different sections of an office. Miles visits his sister Sam's office and is extremely impressed with it. He explains the various sections he saw at the office. The topic has two conversational exercises.
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Welcome Jenny

Welcome Jenny

Have you ever experienced induction training at the office? 'Welcome Jenny' is an English topic about induction training and its importance. It describes the different processes of employee induction. Make a note of the terms used and solve two exercises...
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The road less travelled.

The road less travelled.

The Road Less Travelled' is an interesting English topic about unconventional jobs. There are jobs like that of a personal trainer, body painter, ice-cream taster, body part model, colour expert, etc. listed here. Share your views on these jobs and complete...
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Exercise 29

Exercise 29

English Exercise 29 features questions based on the five previous topics - Will and going to, for prediction, Going for an interview, I am here to meet Sam, Welcome Jenny, and The road less travelled. Test your listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills.
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Technology in business

Technology in business

Technology plays an influential part in any business today. It has become a necessity for businesses to survive and prosper. This English topic highlights the importance of technology in business and also lists some of the most widely used forms of technology.
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Phrases used in Job context

Phrases used in Job context

Phrases used in Job context is an English topic that will introduce several phrases we use in our professional lives. The topic lists several business idioms including examples. Make a note of the idioms and the sentences listed and solve two exercises...
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Ready for a Business trip

Ready for a Business trip

This English topic is about the essential things to consider while preparing for a business trip. There are useful tips shared about traveling light when on a business trip. Make a note of the terms used and share your views on the subject. Also, solve two...
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Conditionals, 2nd and 3rd

Conditionals, 2nd and 3rd

This is a topic on the conditional clauses in the English language. It describes a conditional clause and talks about the first and zero conditionals. Take a look at the examples listed, practice, and attempt five exercises related to the topic. Notice the...
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The conference

The conference

The Conference is an English topic concerning the planning of a business conference. Have you ever planned one or been a part of any conference? Betty and her intern, Alex, are planning a conference. Observe their conversation and make a note of the terms...
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Exercise 30

Exercise 30

English Exercise 30 features questions based on the five previous topics - Technology in Business, Phrases used in Job context, Ready for a business trip, Conditionals, 2nd and 3rd, and The Conference. Test your listening, reading, speaking, and writing...