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QUIZ OF THE WEEK commencing 17th September 2018: GRAMMAR

Some grammar for you this week! Can you add the MISSING word in each sentence? 1) When I walking down the street, I saw my sister. 2) I lived here since I was 10 years old. 3) We were chatting to Peter, and he told he was a teacher. 4) If he doesn’t arrive soon, […]

QUIZ OF THE WEEK commencing 10th September 2018: SHOPPING

Summer is officially over – but the good news is that there are lots of sales in the shops! You can buy almost anything in a supermarket these days, but do you know the name of the specialist shops for these items or services? Example: fish and seafood – A FISHMONGER’S 1) fruit and vegetables […]

QUIZ OF THE WEEK 3rd September 2018: BRITAIN QUIZ

This week it’s another of our occasional quizzes on Britain. Do you know the answer to these questions? 1) What is Ben Nevis? 2) What kind of books did Agatha Christie write? 3) What happened in 1066? 4) How many wives did Henry VIII have? 5) What is the largest city in Scotland? 6) What […]

QUIZ OF THE WEEK commencing 27th August 2018: SPELLING

These words are notoriously problematic for even native speakers! Can you correct them? 1) acomodation 2) arguement 3) neccesary 4) pronounciation 5) independant 6) asassination 7) bussiness 8) calender 9) humourous 10) publically Answers below.