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FA CUP free class challenge

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What is this?

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What is this?

 

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Read the text and answer the question

 

The 2030 men's soccer World Cup is set to feature games in six
countries on three continents.
FIFA reached an agreement Wednesday to name Spain, Portugal and
Morocco as the tournament's co-hosts.
The agreement also includes one starting game each in Argentina,
Paraguay and Uruguay.
This allows FIFA to stage the opening game in the Uruguayan
capital of Montevideo, where the inaugural 1930 World Cup final was
hosted 100 years ago.

 

How many countries will the 2030 world cup happen in?

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Read the text and answer the questions

 

The 2030 men's soccer World Cup is set to feature games in six
countries on three continents.
FIFA reached an agreement Wednesday to name Spain, Portugal and
Morocco as the tournament's co-hosts.
The agreement also includes one starting game each in Argentina,
Paraguay and Uruguay.
This allows FIFA to stage the opening game in the Uruguayan
capital of Montevideo, where the inaugural 1930 World Cup final was
hosted 100 years ago.

 

Why will they have matches in Uruguayan capital of Montevideo?

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It felt like a lifetime since the last time Germany fell to England in a
tournament.
But England's late second goal Tuesday night made it a certainty that
for the first time since 1966, Germany would be beaten by England in
a knockout round of a major tournament.
This was not a great Germany side by any measure of their rich
history, but this was a great day for this England team, and for English
football. England played it beautifully.
It was often ragged and tense, and Wembley Stadium simmered
through half-time after a goalless first half.
England had inched themselves towards Raheem Sterling's first goal,
and when it came, England knew the moment had arrived and
Germany started to collapse – slowly at first, and then quickly with
Harry Kane's second goal just minutes later.
On they go, to Rome on Saturday for the quarter-finals of this
European Championships.

 

Which statement is true?

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Listen to the audio and answer the questions:

How long did she play football for?

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Listen to the audio and answer the questions:

Which of the following would be a good title for this audio?

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Listen to the audio and answer the questions?

What is the Skapinker's point about football managers like Pep Guardiola, José Mourinho, and Antonio Conte?

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English Grammar A1/A2 quiz

Test your A1/A2 English Grammar with this quiz.

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No, he ______.

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____ the children go to the park? – Yes, they went there after school.

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Do you mind _____ for me a few minutes?

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Can you give that plant _____ water?

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_____ coffee. My sister drank it all.

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They ___ to the cinema very often. (NOT GO)

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We've got a ___ of luggage.

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The books are _____ the laptop

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Shall we meet ___ 9.00?

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I finished _____ two years ago.

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I _____ you!

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_____ students understand this.

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How many parks _____ in your city?

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We _____ got much money.

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Jacques is coming to visit us ___ 13 June.

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Would you ___ a cup of tea?

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I'm learning _____ at the moment.

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Eating a lot of sugar is not good ___ you.

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___ teachers at my son's school are great.

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What time ____ you get up? – I get up at 6.00.

B1/B2 Grammar Quiz

Check out this B1/B2 Grammar quiz and see where you need improvement.

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It's really hot in here. _____ a window.

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Let's call Rory. He'll ___ arrived by now.

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_____ I love sweets and cakes, I try not to eat them during the week.

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If I didn't need the money, _____ less.

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You _____ hit your sister again! Do you understand?

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We've had ___ much rain lately that the river almost flooded.

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By the time I moved in, they ___ the building work.

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When I started my training, I ___ my diet completely.

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_____ get your phone fixed? It looked very broken!

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The fire service still ___ the fire.

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One of the people ___ I admire the most is Nelson Mandela

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I'm sure she's on her way. I've ____ seen her in reception.

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Sorry, I'm late! How long ___?

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Finally! We ___ our house!

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I've ___ English for three years and soon I'm going to be using it at work.

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You look nice! Have you ___ your hair cut?

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I had to ______ down.

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I don't have a _____ to get a dog.

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I should have helped more. I'm sorry I didn't _____.

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I'm looking for a job ___ a diving instructor.

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English Grammar C1/C2 Quiz

Test your Advanced English knowledge with this quiz on C1/C2 grammar, there are hundreds of questions so each time you take it you can test yourself on something new!

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___ lunch, I sat in the garden with a drink.

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The screenplay was ____ I liked most about the film.

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A friend recommended this restaurant to me. This restaurant _____ to me by a friend.

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___ in hospital for several weeks, she was delighted to be home.

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Twenty pounds _____ be enough for the shopping.

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A: Did you have a good time at Clara's party? B: _____ was fun, but I went home quite early.

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No sooner ____ the tickets gone on sale than they sold out

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Olsson warns _____ generalisations.

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Create the shortest sentence

We all sat down together and we came up with a plan.
We all sat down together and ____ a plan.

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Everyone is complaining _____.

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The kitchen renovations should only take two _____.

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The author discusses classical human virtues and explains how _____ character traits are still relevant today.

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Next Friday is _____, thankfully!

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Our results are similar to _____ achieved last year by a much bigger team.

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I wish this _____ so difficult.

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We need to make the final decision without _____.

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We refuse _____ this problem to continue.

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He acts as if we _____ friends, but I barely know him.

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A car hit her dog. Her dog _____ by a car.

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I have never seen anything like it.
Never ____ anything like it.

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Valentines Day Quiz

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What is the main difference between US and UK Valentine's Day

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Lovers all over the world celebrate Valentine's Day on February 14. Valentine's Day is named
after a Christian saint called Valentine.
St Valentine is sometimes known as the patron saint of love. On Valentine's Day, it is
traditional for lovers to express their feelings for each other by making romantic gestures.
Many people buy greetings cards to send to their partners on Valentine's Day. Around a
billion Valentine's Day cards are sent worldwide, every year. Teddy bears and other soft toys
are popular Valentine's Day gifts.
Symbols connected with Valentine's Day include hearts, flowers, doves, and Cupid, the winged Roman God of Love.

 

Which of these things is NOT connected with Valentine's Day?

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Lovers all over the world celebrate Valentine's Day on February 14. Valentine's Day is named
after a Christian saint called Valentine.
St Valentine is sometimes known as the patron saint of love. On Valentine's Day, it is
traditional for lovers to express their feelings for each other by making romantic gestures.
Many people buy greetings cards to send to their partners on Valentine's Day. Around a
billion Valentine's Day cards are sent worldwide, every year. Teddy bears and other soft toys
are popular Valentine's Day gifts.
Symbols connected with Valentine's Day include hearts, flowers, doves, and Cupid, the winged Roman God of Love.

 

Which of these birds is a symbol of Valentine's Day?

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Lovers all over the world celebrate Valentine's Day on February 14. Valentine's Day is named
after a Christian saint called Valentine.
St Valentine is sometimes known as the patron saint of love. On Valentine's Day, it is
traditional for lovers to express their feelings for each other by making romantic gestures.
Many people buy greetings cards to send to their partners on Valentine's Day. Around a
billion Valentine's Day cards are sent worldwide, every year. Teddy bears and other soft toys
are popular Valentine's Day gifts.
Symbols connected with Valentine's Day include hearts, flowers, doves, and Cupid, the
winged Roman God of Love.

 

Saint Valentine is sometimes known as…?

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Christmas Quiz

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What is this?

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What is this?

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Read the article, and answer the question:

The origins of Christmas

In ancient times people had mid-winter festivals. They believed that the festivals would help the sun to return after the long winter. In the year 440, the Christian Church decided that the birth of Christ should be celebrated every year on 25 December. Christians started to include some of the mid-winter festival traditions in their Christmas celebrations, including decorating their homes with green plants. Today, a Christmas tree and other plants such as holly are still used to decorate many homes in December.

Which of the following is NOT true?

 

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Cards, presents and Santa

In some parts of the world, it's common to send Christmas cards to people you know. These are cards with a picture on the front and a message inside to say 'Merry Christmas and Happy New Year'. But people send fewer cards than in the past as they now send Christmas greetings online by email, message or social media.

People usually give presents to their close friends and family. Traditionally, the giving of a present is a symbol of the Three Wise Men giving their gifts to the baby Jesus. Christmas presents are wrapped in colourful paper or put in a bag or a box so that you can't see what's inside. Then, they are put under the Christmas tree, and you have to wait until Christmas Day, 25 December, to finally open them. It's fun to pick up the present, shake it and guess what it is!

Young children can tell Father Christmas, also known as Santa Claus, exactly what presents they would like to receive. They can write him a letter with a list of their requests, or they can even ask him personally as some department stores have special 'Meet Father Christmas' events. On the night of 24 December, Father Christmas travels through the sky on a sleigh pulled by flying reindeer and delivers presents to all the children. How does he deliver all those presents so quickly? Christmas magic of course!

What do cards usually have on them?

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Cards, presents and Santa

In some parts of the world, it's common to send Christmas cards to people you know. These are cards with a picture on the front and a message inside to say 'Merry Christmas and Happy New Year'. But people send fewer cards than in the past as they now send Christmas greetings online by email, message or social media.

People usually give presents to their close friends and family. Traditionally, the giving of a present is a symbol of the Three Wise Men giving their gifts to the baby Jesus. Christmas presents are wrapped in colourful paper or put in a bag or a box so that you can't see what's inside. Then, they are put under the Christmas tree, and you have to wait until Christmas Day, 25 December, to finally open them. It's fun to pick up the present, shake it and guess what it is!

Young children can tell Father Christmas, also known as Santa Claus, exactly what presents they would like to receive. They can write him a letter with a list of their requests, or they can even ask him personally as some department stores have special 'Meet Father Christmas' events. On the night of 24 December, Father Christmas travels through the sky on a sleigh pulled by flying reindeer and delivers presents to all the children. How does he deliver all those presents so quickly? Christmas magic of course!

Who isn't associated with giving presents?

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Listen to the audio and answer the questions:

Which Christmas market does he go to?

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Listen to the Audio and answer the question:

When would James open his Christmas present?

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Listen to the audio and answer the question:

What is true about Anna's Christmas dinners?

Halloween Quiz

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Match the words to the correct definitions:

a pumpkin that has had its insides removed and a face cut into it for Halloweena pumpkin that has had its insides removed and a face cut into it for Halloween
Something people wear, usually scary during Halloween, that is to look like something or someone else
Genre that often deal with the viewer’s nightmares, hidden fears and terror of the unknown
A building where by ghosts live and are thought to have died
A custom on Halloween in which children knock on people’s doors to ask for candy

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Halloween

Halloween is a celebration that happens on the 31st of October. It originally came from a Christian religious day. The 1st of November is All Saints Day, so Halloween is the eve or night before this. Nowadays it is mainly just an excuse for people to have fun.

The holiday was mainly celebrated in America and from there has spread to many other countries. It is meant to be the day, and mainly the night, when monsters come out of hiding. This means that people associate scary and frightening things with Halloween.

 

Where does Halloween come from?

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There are three main traditions linked to Halloween. The first is carving pumpkins, the second is decorating your house and the third is trick-or-treating.

Pumpkins are big vegetables that go an orange color when they are ripe and ready to eat. People carve a pattern into the outside of the pumpkin. It is traditional to carve your pumpkin into a scary face. Then when it is dark you put a candle or light inside the pumpkin so the light shines out of the frightening face that was carved.

Then the pumpkins would be used to decorate your house. You would put them in a window or on the front porch so people in the street can see them. However, the decorations have become much better over the years. Now people try to make their houses look as if they are a haunted house by making skeletons to hang in the garden or putting tombstones outside the house.

Finally, children will get dressed up in costumes and go out trick-or-treating. This is where they go to people’s houses and ask for sweets or candy, their treat. If the house refused to give them anything then they would play a trick on the house.

Which of the following is NOT part of Halloween?

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Listen to the Audio and answer the question below.

Where will they go for Halloween?

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Listen to the audio and answer the questions

What is the audio about?

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Listen to the audio and answer the question?

What did he use to dress up as?

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What color is a witch's cat?

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People wear it on their face during Halloween.

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When is Halloween?

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