EF English Live
03/26/2017 at 13:23. Facebook
A. How many you have?
B. How many do you have?
Which is the right way to ask this question in English?

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EF English Live
03/25/2017 at 14:23. Facebook
A. I have lived in the UK for five months.
B. I have lived in UK for five months.

Which one is correct?
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EF English Live
03/24/2017 at 13:33. Facebook
English is the most spoken language in the US, but do you know which is the second?

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EF English Live
03/23/2017 at 15:38. Facebook
"You are the apple of my eye!" Do you know the meaning of this expression?

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EF English Live
03/22/2017 at 11:38. Facebook
We know English is an important skill to have, do you agree? #WednesdayWisdom

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If you want to get ahead in your career, global language skills are crucial. Join us today and learn to talk business in English: [ Spr.ly Link ]
Even better if you can do it all also in English! What's your definition of happiness? #InternationalDayOfHappiness
Time to learn a new idiom!
Can you write a sentence using this expression and explain what it means?

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Pick the right word to fill in the gap: "Only ____ of them wanted to stay."

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Did you know that in English adjectives usually follow a certain order in a sentence? Which sentence do you think is correct?

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Today is St Patrick's day, "Lá Fhéile Pádraig", a big national celebration in Ireland that is celebrated throughout the English-speaking world. Do you celebrate it too?

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A. It is okay to make mistakes.
B. It is okay to do mistakes.

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Which idiom would you use to tell someone they've made a mistake?

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Can't get enough of English? Neither can we!

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Which one is correct?
A. I am not scary of speaking English!
A. I am not scared of speaking English!

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One of these three words is the oldest English word that is still in use. Can you guess which one?

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Which one is the correct expression? "Everything will be ok __________."

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A. I am used to running to school.
B. I am used to run to school.

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Which one of these countries does not have English as an official language?

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What's your favourite word in the English language and why?

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