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Practice Climate Change Vocabulary

Learn climate change vocabulary with these easy readings and practice activities.

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Mastering English Test Vocabulary

Mastering English Test Vocabulary can help you get a better score on the IELTS or TOEFL test and learn the English you need to succeed at work or the university.

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Free Webinar- Vocabulary Prep for the IELTS and TOEFL

Sign up here for a free webinar on vocabulary preparation for th IELTS and TOEFL ecams.

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Effective Vocabulary Strategies

Ten effective vocabulary strategies for learning and remembering English words

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Understand the Language of Research

Learn and practice the language of research in English: an explanation and examples of its methods and ways to watch for distorted or incomplete data.

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Understanding and Explaining Charts and Graphs

Learn how to read charts and graphs and to explain the information they show (using a variety of correct words.)

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English Nouns

Understand and use English nouns: singular and plurals, sentence position, and more

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Common Phrasal Verbs: Examples, Matching, and Practice

This pdf provides explanations, examples, and practice activities for 7 short (under 1/2 hour) lessons introducing just under100 very common phrasal verbs.

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