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The Dwarf by Ray Bradbury: Story + Vocabulary Quiz

Your task is to read a short story, “The Dwarf,” which you can find here. Then answer the vocabulary questions. I’ll tell you briefly what the story is about and what you can expect. About the writer Ray Bradbury: Alan Light Ray Bradbury (died in 2012) was an American writer best known for his surrealist… Continue reading The Dwarf by Ray Bradbury: Story + Vocabulary Quiz

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Your 10-Minute Guide to Building Words Infographic

How many words do you know for build? Right, construct. Well done. But there are more. And what’s the opposite of build? Destroy, you say? Could be, but there are more precise words. Learn all the vocabulary in this infographic. And then do the quiz. Quiz Click here to do this quiz online.  Only one… Continue reading Your 10-Minute Guide to Building Words Infographic

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Words with Possess – Infographic and Quiz

By Jacqueline Schaalje Check out this infographic with words that contain possess (= have possess in them). Then do the quiz. Click on the picture to make it bigger. Quiz – for Advanced Level Click here to do this quiz online and check your answers.  Choose a form of possess, dispossess or prepossess. 1 The… Continue reading Words with Possess – Infographic and Quiz

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TOEFL and IELTS Exam Vocab

by Jacqueline Schaalje More TOEFL and IELTS Exam vocab! Check out this infographic, and then do the quiz. Quiz Use the correct words, derived from these root words: favour, evict, allege, dispute. Click here to do the online quiz. 1 After the tenants hadn’t paid rent for several months, their landlord was ready to ___________… Continue reading TOEFL and IELTS Exam Vocab

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Top Natural Attractions in the United States + Quiz

By Harry Anderson The United States is home to a wide variety of natural attractions. The United States is huge: an impressive 3.71 million square miles (or 9.62 million square kilometers). There are states that make you feel like you’re staying in a tropical paradise. Other states have their own mountain hideaway, complete with ski… Continue reading Top Natural Attractions in the United States + Quiz

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