Weekly Study Guide:

Guide 02: January 6 - 13, 2019

Each week, this site will feature links to practise your English on various sites, with exercises to work on vocabulary, grammar, reading, pronunciation, listening, speaking and test preparation (TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS).

 

Everything - Links to the weekly Study Guide for the entire year

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Week 49 * Week 50 * Week 51 * Week 52

General Vocabulary

  Exercises
englishvocabularyexercises.com Health & the Body: 1 & 2
Ex #1 * Ex #2 * Ex #3 * Ex #4 * Ex #5
Ex #6 * Ex #7 * Ex #8 * Ex #9 * Ex #10
Picture Dictionary The Body 1 & The Body 2
Phrasal Verbs Phrasal Verbs with "back"
Explanation & exercises
Idioms Parts of the body

 

Academic Vocabulary

  Exercises
englishvocabularyexercises.com AWL Sublist One: Group Two
Ex 2a * Ex 2b * Ex 2c * Ex 2d * Ex 2e

 

Reading

Difficulty Exercises
Less Difficult Kids' Cafe
read & listen
new vocabulary
spelling
vocabulary game
pick an answer
what did you learn?
More Difficult Secrets of a Happy Brain
Reading with comprehension questions
Vocabulary practice exercise
Vocabulary review exercise

Listening

Level Topic
High Beginner Introductions
Intermediate A Healthy Lifestyle
Low Advanced Assisted Living

 

Pronunciation

Subject Exercises
Sounds of English

Saying Numbers

1 - million
Exercise

Ordinal numbers (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.)
Exercise

Practise numbers - Ex: 13 vs. 30
Exercise
Practise syllable stress
Exercise 1

 

Grammar

Exercises

Simple Past - Explanation

Irregular Past Timed Exercises
Ex. 1 * Ex. 2 * Ex. 3 * Ex. 4 * Ex 5
Ex. 6 * Ex. 7 * Ex. 8 * Ex. 9 * Ex. 10

Pronouncing Past Tense Endings: - ed
Explanation & Exercises

 

Speaking

You can practise speaking with a friend, family member, classmate, tutor or even by yourself.

Activity Topic
Important question to learn How do you pronounce _____?
Personal discussion topic to talk about Are you usually a talker or are you usually a listener?
Opinion Topic to Talk About Are zoos simply prisons for animals or are they wonderful
places for people to see and learn about animals?
What do you think?

Test preparation

Test Exercises
TOEFL Reading Comprehension Test 1
TOEIC Reading Practice - Directions 2
IELTS Reading Practice Test 1 - Academic

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