Note: It is advisable to keep the application updated, in order to have new exercises.
The application is designed for Russian users, but can be used by all.
New words and phrases will be added every week.
Exercise is associated with context will help you understand and remember the grammar in a natural way.
The application will help you improve your English in general and in particular of English grammar.
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Listen vs. Hear
Finish vs. End
Start vs. Begin
How to use the articles
We went on holiday
An Easy Question
Learn it by heart
White Water Rafting
Where am I?
Remove the Spoon
On TV tonight
Relative Pronoun Exercises
Basic American English
Basic English Grammar
Basic Weather Expressions
Basic English Expressions
Elementary English Grammar
Modal Verb Questions
Elementary Grammar Questions
English Grammar Exercise
Much, many, a lot, lots
Chit Chat: At the bus stop
Chit Chat: Talking about the Doctor
Chit Chat: In the Aeroplane
Chit Chat: At the pub
Chit Chat: At the restaurant
Chit Chat: On the phone
Chit Chat: In the theatre
Chit Chat: In the supermarket
Chit Chat: In the train
Other, another, others, the others
Adjective Prepositions Constructions
Anything, nothing, something, everything
Pronouns: who, whose, whom, which
Some, any, few, little
Past Participle Sentences
Common English Errors
Common Quantity Nouns
Using Make and Do (1)
Using Make and Do (2)
While, during and for
auxiliary verbs: was, did, have
prepositions of time: for, ago, since, on, at
Common English phrases with prepositions
Articles in English Grammar
a, some or any
Say vs. Tell
Close vs. Shut
At the Restaurant
At the Theatre
Popular Garden Idioms
Hot and Cold
A Collision - Finish this Story
Will or Shall?
The two Butter Frogs
Leave me alone
Wrapped round her finger
The Ants and the Grasshopper
The Two Dogs
The Hare and the Tortoise
Who has done it?
Life on Mars?
Go for it
Save the Day
Yes, Yes, Yes
Do you mind?
Keeping it Quiet
A Crying Shame
Lots of Stuff
Hear my Story
High and Low
A Night Out
Lots of Pieces
How to ask a question
How to attract someone
How to compliment
Save Our Animals
Student Teacher Dialogue
Phrasal Verb: Walk
English tense explanations
Idioms with the phrasal verb come, look
Time clauses: future tense examples
Idioms with the phrasal verb bring
Question / Response Test
Short Idioms Exam
Mobile telecommunication expressions
Idioms with the phrasal verb pull, get, go
Action verbs and sports expressions
English prepositions exercises
this, that, these, those
Common subordinating conjunctions
Reflexive and intensive pronouns
about, just before
Idioms - hard
Compound words: head
Idioms about Animals
Idioms about Food
Prepositions of Time and Date
What Comes Next?
Learning tips and instructions
Interviews and Jobs
At the Doctors
Flying across the Channel
Teaching your Wife to Drive
One is always going to lose...
A Public Figure
Talking through his hat
You have to go
Up in the Clouds
Bite, Bit, Bitten
What a Cracker
Lunch is served
Dry as you like
What the Devil
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This app is better that 10 hours English course.
The premium application contains the following Flashcards:
1="linking ideas to show order, purpose or reason",
2 linking ideas to Compare or emphasize",
3=" linking ideas to add information or give examples",
4=" linking ideas to contrast or conclude",
9=" Writing Exposition",
14="The Words that hiring managers want to hear",
15="The best resume terms",
16="20 powerful words in a cover letter",
17="Describe someone’s personality 1",
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24=" Prepositions grab objects 2",
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31="Friends informal letter",
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34="Greetings for business letters",
35="Requests & final comments",
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58="ESL Writing: Abbreviation meanings 1",
59=" ESL Writing: Abbreviation meanings 2",
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In one of the underlined parts there is an error.
The underlined parts are again listed below each sentence.
Your task is two fold:
Click on the error — (a) (b) (c) or (d).
In the box marked «Your entry» you should insert the correct word or phrase.
Example: I went to the library to get as many information as I could.
(b) as many — This is the error.
Your entry: as much
Answer: I went to the library to get as much information as I could.
(The word «information» is an uncountable noun and should be used with «much» not with «many»).
And now Good Luck with the ESL/EFL tests!
This application contains almost all the letters which we write often.
Application contains almost 100 letter samples , and some of the samples are--
Address Change Letter to Bank
Bank Authorization Letter for Travel
Business Condolence Letter
Enclosing Cheques for Insurance
Job Interview Thank You Letter Template
Military Condolence Letter
Requesting a Letter of Recommendation
Sample Apology Letter to Professor
Letter of Intent Template for a Job
Sample Apology Letter to Teacher About Homework
Sample Critical Letter to Classmate
Sample Letter Asking for Extension After Retirement
Sample Letter to Publisher
Sample Protest Letter to Manager
Sample Resignation Letter
Sample Thank You Note for a Job Offer
Teacher's Letter to Parents
Thank You Note Template for a Gift
Wedding Cancelation Letter
Write a Letter to the Regional Manager of Bank requesting for a loan for further studies
Write to the bank Requesting a copy of your bank Statement
and many more----
There are three sample answers for each part of the test. Each question has two sample answers, one of which is shown as a gapped exercise.
Questions and sample answers written by experts.
Useful practice for the writing parts of other international English exams, such as FCE, CAE and TOEFL.
IELTS Writing plays an important role in IELTS Tests. The candidates usually find it too difficult to get the high score for this part. So, Sample Ielts Writing is really an useful application for everyone to practise Ielts Writing Skill and learn sample answers of these test as well.
This application includes:
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If you want to learn how to speak English fluently, this app will help you achieve your goal.
Features and functionality:
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- Record and play back tool
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- Book mark lessons / Manage favorite lessons feature
- Share feature
- Lesson Search
English categories consist of:
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- Interview English
- Idioms and Phrases
- Listening Lessons
- Pronunciation Lessons
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- Top 2000 English speaking Vocabulary word list
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Besides, you can create ringtones, alarms, and notifications from them.
Other things you can do:
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- Long-press on an audio file from the main screen to delete it.
- Tap anywhere on the waveform to start playing at that position.
- While playing, tap the word Start or End to quickly set the start and end markers to the current playback time.
Note: It is advisable to keep the application updated, in order to have new exercises.
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The game consist of deleting all pairs of cards of the same number (except the ace of spades, which cannot be paired). When we ran out of pairs, we begin to get cards from our opponent to try to get new pairs. The player who runs out of cards is the winner of the game.
You can review and study the vocabulary of each category before you start testing yourself.
The game also has a multiplayer mode, so you can challenge your friends with your own words.
The game consists of forming lines of three blocks of the same symbol.
THREE GAME MODES:
You can play alone, with the machine; with a friend you have nearby, in local mode; or with a friend who is not present, with remote player mode.