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ESL Vocabulary Exercises
Practice useful English phrases that come in handy in a variety of daily interactions. Learning chunks of language rather than single words will make your speech more fluent and spontaneous.

The exercises below practice:

collocations - a group of words that are commonly used together(rush hour/catch a cold/soft drinks),

phrasal verbs - two-or-three word combinations (consisting of a verb and particle) that make sense only if looked at together as one single unit (take off/drop out/get over) and

idioms - expressions consisting of words that can’t be understood literally (get out of hand, go under the knife, go in one ear and out of the other).



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