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English Placement Test
This placement test tends to help teachers level their students. The questions start easy then grow difficult. I hope all teachers find it useful. All The Best!

Level: intermediate
Age: 8-100
Author: Muhammad Fahmy

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English is Confusing (Adjectives ending in -ed or -ing)
Grammar: adjectives ending in -ED vs -ING. This online exercise consists of a reading text explaining the grammar point in a humourous way (including 10 cloze questions) and 15 practice sentences.

Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Author: Philip Roeland

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American English - British English
Pupils have to write down the American English expressions.

Level: intermediate
Age: 8-14
Author:lcio

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Conversational English Telling the time
Listen to the converstaion and fill in true and False gaps.

Level: intermediate
Age: 9-100
Author:Irina

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British English vs American English
British English vs American English

Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Author: Olga Gladkova

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Exploring English Grammar Review Chapter 3
Chapter review, grammar components imperative, prepositions, and ending -s sounds. Match, write, and choose answer options.

Level: intermediate
Age: 8-100
Author:csuriani

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checking the level of English
itīs easy to check the level of english of your student with the help of this exercises

Level: intermediate
Age: 7-100
Author:ilona

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MONEY DROP - British English / American English
1) Find the equivalent 2) Match pairs 3) Check the spelling

Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Author:mijoux

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Punctuation Marks in English - questions marks, exclamation marks, colon, and semicolon
this exercise will help you how to use the correct punctuation marks - ? ! : ;

Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Author:Teacher Honey

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Punctuation Marks in English
Punctuation marks are important in English grammar and writing. Without such, the meaning of a sentence can dramatically change. For example: "Itīs time to eat, Anna". If we remove the comma in that sentence, the whole meaning drastically change, now it will mean that we are going to eat Anna.

Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Author:Teacher Honey

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