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Question words - What Day and Which Day
Anna explains the difference in this reply to a letter.
Intermediate
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Prepositions - On Foot
Wolfie helps out in the answer to this letter!
Intermediate
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Modals - "might" and "may"
Wolfie offers some help and exercises.
Intermediate
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Countables - "Less" and "Fewer"
Wolfie replies to a letter from Switzerland.
Intermediate
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Wolfie's Answers: Adjective Order
Wolfie gives his opinion on this!
Intermediate
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British vs American - "Further / Farther"
Wolfie answers a query from Japan.
Intermediate
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Adjectives - Wolfie's Order
Wolfie's opinion on the order of adjectives.
Intermediate
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Prepositions - "throw at" and "throw to"
Anna discusses aggressive prepositions and provides some exercises.
Intermediate
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"on Sunday" and "on Sundays"
Anna replies to a letter from Italy.
Intermediate
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Adjectives - "north" and "northern"
Anna gives Daisy some help in this reply to her letter.
Intermediate
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Articles - "Olympics"
Anna replies to a letter from Bulgaria and looks at plurals.
Intermediate
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Confusables - "effect" and "affect"
Anna's reply to Dominic from Denmark who needs to settle an office debate.
Intermediate
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Countables - Colds and Flu
Anna answers a letter from George in the UK.
Intermediate
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Questions - "ask" and "asks"
Anna's reply to a letter from Alaska.
Intermediate
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Adjectival phrases - Tired of Waiting
Anna's answer to a letter from Brazil.
Intermediate
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Idioms - Language and Politics
Responses and replies to Anna's earlier page on cliches.
Intermediate
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Questions - "Tired of Waiting..."
Anna replies to a letter from Bulgaria and looks at indirect questions.
Intermediate
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The Subjunctive and "if"
Anna discusses whether this exists and provides some exercises.
Intermediate
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Verb forms - Present Perfect
Anna offers a teacher from Canada some help with this.
Intermediate
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Verb forms - The Past Continuous
Anna talks about this aspect and provides some exercises.
Intermediate
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Absolute Adjectives
Anna looks at the issue of adjectives and degrees.
Intermediate
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Verbs - "Smile"
Anna answers a letter from the USA about verbs of perception.
Intermediate
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Adjectives - "Comparatives" and "Superlatives"
Hopefully things are now clearer for Roslyn in the USA.
Intermediate
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Numbers - "2000 and 2001"
A letter from Argentina
Intermediate
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Idioms - "get" and "become"
Anna replies to a letter from Switzerland and looks at colloquialisms.
Intermediate
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British vs American -"gotten" and "write/write to"
Which has changed?
Intermediate
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Confusables - "Think of" and "Think about"
Anna's reply to a letter from Switzerland
Intermediate
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Confusables - "Data" and "Datum"
A confused New Zealander is helped!
Intermediate
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Confusables - "premises"
Anna replies to a letter fom Hong Kong.
Intermediate
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Confusables - "Accumulative" and "Accumulated"
Anna helps someone in Hong Kong.
Intermediate
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Confusables - "determine"
Anna replies to a determined Pole.
Intermediate
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Confusables - Compare With / To
Anna answers a letter from Hong Kong
Intermediate
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Adverbs - "Pretty" and "Quite"
An explanation and some exercises.
Intermediate
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Prepositions - "in" "on" "at"
Anna replies to a letter from France and provides some exercises.
Intermediate
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Preposition Doubts
An Australian and an Argentinian are now clearer on where they live - Thanks to Anna!
Intermediate
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The Negative / Positive Phenomenon
Anna looks at must/have to and already/yet.
Intermediate
Instant Workbook HTML Format
"someone" and "somebody"
Anna replies to a letter from the States.
Intermediate
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Virtual Church
Germany's Protestant Church has seized the latest technology by transmitting text highlights of a religious service to mobile phone users and inviting them to join in. "Now it is up to you when and how you participate in mass," said their Internet site. (Religion, the Internet, Punctuation.)
Intermediate
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The Best Beard Show
More than 250 men met in southwest Germany for the 10th annual world beard and mustache championships. The men were from 15 different countries. (Beards, competitions, Past Simple.)
Elementary
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Heavy Metal Music
Two New Zealand pensioners were surprised to find themselves surrounded by 1,500 head banging heavy metallers at a concert by Dallas heavy metal group Pantera after winning concert tickets in a newspaper competition. (Music, age, language describing ages.)
Pre-Intermediate
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Holiday Blues
A survey by TripAdvisor, a travel website, found 34% of Americans felt depressed after they came home after a summer vacation. They said they didn't want to go back to work. 64% said they felt depressed while they were on vacation. The survey found the best way to stop depression is to start planning the next holiday. Another article looks at meetings: Are they a waste of time? (Vacations and work, understanding statistical information.)
Elementary
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Further - More
Wolfie gives Ana from Argentina some help and examples.
Intermediate
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A New Fish
Environmentalists are worried about "Frankenstein Foods" or genetically modified food which could upset the delicate balance of nature. Find out about a fish which can grow 10 times faster than normal. (GM foods, fast-growing fish, consumer issues, ensure vs assure or insure.)
Upper-Intermediate
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Reading is Good for You
If you want to eat less fat, then read the labels on food packages. (Surveys, consumer habits, food labels, health, diet)
Intermediate to Upper-Intermediate
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What did you say?
Young people who suffered from frequent ear infections as children may risk hearing loss if they use personal stereo headphones. (Health, hearing loss, loud music, headphones)
Upper-Intermediate
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Vote For Me!
Research states that to be successfully elected as a US president requires assertiveness, followed by a need to strive for achievement. (Presidents, USA, character traits, history)
Upper-Intermediate to Advanced
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Viruses - An Old Enemy
Physicians may someday recruit an old enemy -- viruses -- to fight human cancers. (disease, mice, cancer)
Advanced
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Virtual Feminism
For many in the women's movement, the power tool of choice is the Internet. Find out how it is being used. (WWW, Women's issues, equality)
Upper-Intermediate
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Tallest Living Thing
An ancient California redwood tree which towers 367.5 feet (112.08 meters) above the forest floor has taken the official title of the tallest living thing in the world. (Trees, environmental problems, tourism)
Intermediate
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Sick Days
A new study shows that calling in sick for work has more to do with being well than with being sick. (work, health)
Elementary
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