Weekly Study Guide:

Guide 22: May 24 - 31, 2020

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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General Vocabulary

  Exercises
englishvocabularyexercises.com Nouns? Verbs? 12 & 13
Ex 1
* Ex 2 * Ex 3 * Ex 4 * Ex 5
Ex 6 * Ex 7 * Ex 8 * Ex 9 * Ex 10

General Vocabulary Study Stack 22
(flip the cards to see the definition)
Created by Dan Reib

Picture Dictionary Plants & Herbs
Phrasal Verbs Phrasal Verbs with "lock"
Exercise

 

Academic Vocabulary

  Exercises
englishvocabularyexercises.com AWL Sublist Four: Group Four
Ex 4a * Ex 4b * Ex 4c * Ex 4d * Ex 4e

AWL vocabulary Study Stack 22
(flip the cards to see the definition)

 

Reading

Difficulty Exercises
Less Difficult Blind Man Sues Cab Company
read & listen
new vocabulary
spelling
vocabulary game
pick an answer
video
More Difficult Put to the Test
Reading Comprehension
Vocabulary Development Exercise
Vocabulary Review Exercise

 

Listening

Level Topic
High Beginner Party time
Intermediate College roommates
Low Advanced Telemarketing

 

Pronunciation

Subject Exercises
General Sounds Contrast
Practise the vowels:
eat vs. it
Exercise 1
Exercise 2

Grammar

Exercises
Comparatives & Superlatives
Exercise 1 * Exercise 2 * Exercise 3 * Exercise 4 * Exercise 5 * Exercise 6

Speaking

Why not practise speaking with a friend, family member, classmate, tutor or even by yourself?

Activity Topic
Important phrases to learn When people get off topic
I think we're getting a little off track.
Could we get back to the topic, please?
Let's get back to the topic.
I don't know how this relates to what we were saying?
What's that got to do with what we were saying?
Personal discussion topic to talk about Are you self-reliant or do you often depend on others?
Opinion Topic to Talk About What rules regarding hair, make-up, clothing, etc. did you have to follow in school?
How do you feel about those rules?

Test preparation

Test Exercises
TOEFL Reading test 5

TOEFL vocabulary Study Stack 22
(flip the cards to see the definition)

TOEIC Questions & Responses: yes / no questions

TOEIC vocabulary Study Stack 11
(flip the cards to see the definition)
Created by Dan Reib

IELTS General reading test 1: section 2

 

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