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Practice Reported Speech with the Parable of the Good Samaritan

Practice Reported Speech with the Parable of the Good Samaritan

Practice Reported Speech with the Parable of the Good Samaritan

a) Read the parable of the Good Samaritan in Luke 10:25-37.

b) Use your knowledge of reported speech to complete the account of ‘Malachi’, the man who was helped by the Good Samaritan.

Remember, in reported speech:

reported speech

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Practice Reported Speech with the Parable of the Good Samaritan

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Practice Reported Speech with the Parable of the Good Samaritan – Answers
Practice Conditionals (PDF)! If… Promises of God

Practice Conditionals (PDF)! If… Promises of God

Practice Conditionals (PDF)! If… Promises of God

Learn English through Bible study and brush up your knowledge of conditionals with this FREE printable worksheet that focuses on the promises of God.

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Practice Conditionals (PDF)! If… Promises of God

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Practice Passive Voice with the Story of Abraham and Isaac from Genesis

Practice Passive Voice with the Story of Abraham and Isaac from Genesis

Practice Passive Voice with the Story of Abraham and Isaac from Genesis

a) Read the story of Abraham and Isaac in Genesis 22:1-18.

b) Write each active sentence in passive voice (BE in the given tense + past participle).

In passive voice, the order of the subject and object is reversed, e.g.

Note: some of the sentences below cannot be changed, because the main verb is intransitive,
which means that there is no direct object following it.

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Practice Passive Voice with the Story of Abraham and Isaac from Genesis

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Practice Passive Voice with the Story of Abraham and Isaac from Genesis

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Practice English Prepositions: Jesus Walks on the Water

Practice English Prepositions: Jesus Walks on the Water

Practise English Prepositions: Jesus Walks on the Water

Read the account of Jesus walking on the water from Matthew 14:22-33. Choose the best preposition, or if you think that none of the options are correct, write your own preposition in the gap.

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Practise English Prepositions: Jesus Walks on the Water

Answers:

  1. into
  2. Answer not given. Correct answer: of
  3. up
  4. to
  5. Answer not given. Correct answer: in
  6. Answer not given. Correct answer: by
  7. of
  8. on
  9. Answer not given. Correct answer: out
  10. to
  11. Answer not given. Correct answer: down
  12. to
  13. Answer not given. Correct answer: out
  14. of
  15. Answer not given. Correct answer: into

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150 Words which are both Verbs and Nouns

150 Words which are both Verbs and Nouns

150 Words which are both Verbs and Nouns:

150 Words which are both Verbs and Nouns

150 Words which are both Verbs and Nouns

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150 Words which are both Verbs and Nouns:

act
address
aim
answer
attack
balance
bear
benefit
blame
block
blow
broadcast
brush
buy
care
cause
claim
comfort
contrast
control
cook
copy
crack
crash
curl
curve
cut
cycle
design
dislike
display
doubt
drink
email
end
escape
estimate
exchange
excuse
experience
face
fight
film
finish
fish
flood
flow
fold
form
function
guess
guide
heat
help
hold
hope
humour
hurry
increase
influence
insult
interest
joke
judge
jump
kick
kiss
knock
land
laugh
lift
light
limit
link
look
love
march
mark
match
mind
name
need
notice
object
order
paint
place
plane
plant
play
post
process
promise
protest
question
race
rain
record
repair
reply
report
request
rescue
respect
result
return
ring
risk
roll
row
rule
sand
search
shape
shelter
shock
shop
show
sign
signal
silence
sketch
smile
smoke
sound
stamp
start
state
step
sting
stop
struggle
study
suit
supply
support
surprise
taste
test
trade
train
transport
trick
trust
turn
twist
type
use
value
visit

Prepositions of Place and Time – Common Collocations

Prepositions of Place and Time – Common Collocations

Prepositions of Place and Time – Common Collocations

Do you know when to use on, at, and in?

Improve your use of prepositions in English with our helpful infographic!

Prepositions of Place and Time – Common Collocations

Prepositions of Place and Time – Common Collocations

Say, Tell, Talk, or Speak? 1

Say, Tell, Talk, or Speak? 1

It’s grammar time! Do you know when to use say, tell, talk, or speak?

Say and tell have different uses in English:

Say, Tell, Talk, or Speak? 1

Talk and speak are physical actions. Their meanings are quite similar, with a few key differences:

Say, Tell, Talk, or Speak? 1

Complete each gap with say, tell, talk, or speak in the appropriate form:

1. Generally ________, there will be room for around a hundred guests at the wedding.
2. Look, would you just ________ me the truth about Babs, please?
3. ‘And then she told me to get lost!’ ‘What an awful thing to ________!’
4. When Janet resigned in front of the board, I was so shocked I could hardly ________!
5. Robbie ________ a joke in class, but nobody saw the funny side of it.
6. Could you ________ up, please? I’m a bit deaf.
7. I’ll give you the stuffing with the turkey for free. Now, I can’t ________ fairer than that.
8. ‘John said the company is close to collapse!’ ‘No! He’s ________ utter rubbish.’
9. It’s vital that I ________ to my doctor about the test results.
10. Peter ________ good morning to Alice when he met her in the car park.
11. Darren has really enjoyed ________ to his kids on the way home from Ireland.
12. ‘You can’t park here, mate.’ ‘OK, whatever you ________.’
13. Just stop ________ me what to do!
14. When the plane had finally landed, we got in a taxi and ________ for hours.
15. My sister was ________ to her boyfriend about her holiday.
16. I was trying to ________ them about the paintings, but they preferred the gift shop.
17. Geoff? Good. Phil here. OK. We need to ________ business.
18. OK, everyone get ready. I’m going to take the picture. ________ cheese!
19. Is it true that Ellen ________ Norwegian fluently?
20. The grass snake was as big as a python – I’m ________ you!

Answers:

Say, Tell, Talk, or Speak? 1

Taken from Big Grammar Book Intermediate Book 1download it FREE here!

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Let’s improve our grammar skills by learning about question forms in English with the story of Jonah:

Jonah – Wh-Questions 1:

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Jonah – Wh-Questions 2:

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Jonah – Yes / No Questions 1:

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Jonah – Yes / No Questions 2:

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