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Negative Inversion – Advanced 7

Video with explanation and examples thanks to  SMRT English

SMRT English inversion exercise

Learn English Today examples and exercise

More exercises:

Perfect English Grammar

Esl-lounge: multiple choice

Random idea blogspot

Oxford University Press: write the correct words in the blanks




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Do some exercise and eat something healthy everday! Basic 6

Made with images retireved from pixabay PublicDomain pictures

Made with
images retrieved from pixabay -public domain Pictures


A: Some food is unhealthy. There are some healthy options at fast food restaurants if you are on the go.

B: Do you eat any healthy food?

A: Of course. I eat a lot of veggies, a lot of fruit and I do not eat  any  junk food.




Empty fridge by OpenClips  at

Empty fridge by OpenClips at

A: I want to eat  something  healthy.

B: Is there anything to eat in the refrigerator?

A: No , there isn’t anything.

B: You ate everything!


Quantifiers – Some or Any, Something or Anything SOME and ANY game

Something, Anything or Nothing?

Anything, Nothing, Something, Everything

Making an apple pies listening:

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A/An/The/ Zero article-Basic 6

This is a brown table. – 1 table

Table: by Nemos -  retrieved fom Pixabay

Table: by Nemos – retrieved fom Pixabay


A restaurant is a place to eat. – not specific

Bistro by Skittephoto - retrieved from pixabay

Bistro by Skittephoto – retrieved from pixabay

Look at this photo! This is the restaurant I discovered in my last trip. – A specific restaurant

It was an amazing place!


Complete the text

Explanation and exercises

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audio exercise

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Cleft sentences – Emphasis- Advanced 7

The reason why we should keep learning is

  • to challenge ourselves.
  • to stimulate our brains.
  • to keep up with current trends.
  • to obtain a better understanding of the unceasningly changing world.

“We use cleft sentences, especially in speaking, to connect what is already understood to what is new to the listener. In a cleft sentence, a single message is divided (cleft) into two clauses. This allows us to focus on the new information.” Cambridge Dictionaries Online

BBC world service explanation and exercises

Educastur pdf with answer key

Multiple-choice exercise (made by Carmen Luisa)

Oxford University Press: unscramble the sentences