Verbs and prepositions

The following verbs are commonly used with “about”. Each verb + about combination includes an example sentence to provide context. be about something – That book is about…

Can’t forget the prepositions!

Can’t forget the prepositions! We’ve seen verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and nouns. We can’t forget the prepositions. There are lots of different types of prepositions and…

Question words

Question words In Part 2 of the TOEIC test, it is useful to know the meaning of different question words. These words can help you…

Who, what, where.

Who, What, Where Something else to think about when you look at the pictures in part 1 of the listening is WHO is in the…


HOW TO USE ADVANCED CONDITIONALS 15th August 2019 By Alex Markham Leave a Comment Conditional sentences express the consequences of a factual or hypothetical situation. Conditional sentences are therefore usually explained…

Making everything match

The pride of lions is roaming across the savannah.  I think I’ve got this! I know what the nouns and the prepositions are, I know…

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Word of the day!


Word Formadjective
DefinitionNot interesting; dull.
UsageThe jejune novel was full of trite phrases and dull banter that went on for pages at a time, but I nevertheless read it from cover to cover.

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