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These vocabulary worksheets include reading, discussion, and other activities, since multiple exposures and practice with words is important for acquisition.
Use this alphabetical list of idioms, A-F, to learn the meanings of these very common (but sometimes confusing) expressions..
Learn these idiom meanings (with phrases beginning from M-S) to increase your understanding of common conversations.
Help your students improve their reading skills: scanning, skimming, word analysis and context clues, transition word recognition, and inferences.
Practice business vocabulary by reading and filling in the blanks in these paragraphs discussing business and the economy.
Be a Word Detective! Follow the clues to understand and classify detective and investigation vocabulary.
Study TOEFL and IELTS vocabulary to prepare for either exam.
Teamwork and cooperation: 7 ways to talk about working together, with vocabulary practice as well.