Watch the first episode of English for gamers and fill in the gaps with the missing words
- A: You are the good gamer […] you __________________.
- A: He ____________________ . I _____________ like ten times.
- R: I didn’t get the ____________ score. That’s ________.
- A: So, this is a _________ of cake.
- R: With the flower you can _________________ fire.
- R: You have ____________ the second controller.
- R: Can you say it? Restart? That ____________ like Richard.
- R: You are too ____________ you can’t break it _____________ now.
- A: I _____________ my ________________. […] I would like you _____________ me when there is a mushroom somewhere maybe.
- R: Time is running ___________.
- A: These creatures are blue. What’s the __________________?
- R: There is no light so it’s all in ___________________.
- R: On the sides of the ______________ the game doesn’t exist. So if you go ____________________, you can’t go back.
- R: How do you say it? The ______________ on the back of the turtles?
- A: You _______________________ fun of me.
- A: Okay guys, __________ _____ it for today. So … See you next week!
Downloadable PDF file: Episode 1 – English4Gamers – Fill in the gaps
Answers: Episode 1 – English4Gamers – Fill in the gaps – Answers
Can you spot all the mistakes?
- I am the good gamer and I play with good character.
- It don’t work.
- If you are talking to me, then I got distracted.
- A turtle on a cloud that trow another turtle.
- There is one that have a coins.
Write a comment below with all the mistakes you can find and I will tell you if you are right!
Downloadable PDF file: Can you spot all the mistakes?
Find the opposites of the words on the left. Choose from the ones in the box on the right:
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Taken from Peter Watcyn-Jones (2000), Test Your Vocabulary 2, Edinburgh, Pearson Education Limited.
Linking words (named also “connecting words”) are essential for those who want to improve their writing skills.
What are linking words?
As you can deduce these English words are employed to link/connect parts of speech or whole sentences.
Linking words can be used to:
– show the reason for something;
– add ideas together;
– contrast ideas.
LIST OF LINKING WORDS
Find out if you know how to use linking words, take this test:
Griffiths, M. (2010), IELTS Writing: A Comprehensive Guide, Smashwords Edition.
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This is a quiz aimed at intermediate and advanced English students.
to take the quiz.
McCarthy, M., O’Dell, F. (2006), English Vocabulary in Use, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p. 31.
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