The following is a list of common health problems (ailments and illnesses) with the definition of each word or expression: an allergy: a medical condition that causes you to react badly or feel sick when you eat or touch a particular substance. asthma: a respiratory condition where spasms in the lungs cause difficulty in breathing. An asthmatic uses an inhaler to calm the spasms. a backache: a prolonged pain in the back. a broken leg: when a bone in the leg is broken. A bro
Coronavirus COVID-19 Vocabulary This glossary of terms related to coronaviruses and COVID-19, in particular, is intended for learners of English though it may be of interest to a wider audience. In times of crisis, knowing and understanding the terminology involved may help alleviate some of the fears and even panic that such times breed. 1. Animal-human interface (noun): any point where animals (domestic and wild) and humans meet - Animal diseases can potentially pass to humans at an
There are 6 phrasal verbs that need you to guess, each phrase has1 hint. Note: the hints may be out of order. - She only bought that sports car to ____ and prove she could afford one. - Terry tries not to ____ his time in the war. He has too many painful memories. - None of the ideas that I ____ have been accepted. - Nowadays, many students ____ of college to work and support their families. - Here’s to the bride-to-be. ____ ! - After you've ____ from a hard run, you s
"Without grammar little can be conveyed, without vocabulary nothing can be conveyed". Vocabulary is the most required skill when learning a foreign language. It is on vocabulary that all the other skills, reading, writing, speaking, and listening are based and developed. This book contains all the most important words that you need to know to successfully complete your tests. LINK EBOOK
This section provides you with some common words related to the topic of travel and transport....
This exciting collection of 1,000 words will broaden young children's vocabulary, and strengthen their early reading and writing skills. Arranged thematically, topics include Me and My Family, Animals, How We Look and Feel, Around the World, and I
A. SUCCESS Notice the collocations for talking about success in this schoolboy’s end-of-term report. MATHS: James has made a breakthrough in his maths this year, doing excellent work in comparison with last year
This is an interesting way to learn about prepositions!
Let's learn about prepositions of place and directions!