Let's start with a few jokes!
The New Driver
D. Some more easy jokes
E. Some riddles
A. Parts of the Car
B. Travel Word Find
C. Automobile Vocabulary (difficult!)
D. Transportation Crossword
E. Travel Vocabulary - Hangman Game
F. Directions - Survival Sentences
G. Transportation - Survival Sentences
H. Sightseeing - Survival Sentences
I. Hotels - Survival Sentences
J. At a Hotel - Useful Expressions
K. At the Bus Depot (Station)
L. Airport Vocabulary
M. Scrambled Words - Geography
N. Scrambled Words - Travel
O. Picture Dictionary - Transportation
P. Transportation Words -
fill in the blanks
Q. Transportation - Stinky Spelling
Canada - Facts and Stories
A. Canada Facts
B. Symbols of Canada
C. Citizenship Questions
D. Canadian Regions
E. Canadian Geography
F. Canadian Government
G. Brief History of Vancouver (difficult!)
H. Ottawa, Canada
I. More About Canadian Coins
Read about Canada!
A. Terry Fox
D. Ice Hockey
Practise grammar and learn about Canada at the same time!
A. Pronouns (and Pierre Trudeau)
B. Capital Letters (and Jean Chretien)
C. Numbers (and Hockey)
More Canada and BC Links
Janis's Canada Links
A. Recreation - Scrambled Words
B. Recreation - Crossword
Adverb Clauses - Explanation
Here are some exercises:Exercise 1 and Exercise 2
Here are three more similar sites with information about present perfect tense
followed by exercises. They get more difficult!
B. Present Perfect
Using For and Since with the present perfect
Present Perfect or Simple Past?
Present Perfect Questions
C. Present Perfect
D. Present Perfect
or Simple Past?
Simple Present and Present Continuous
A. This site has information about Simple Present Tense Verbs
To practise, try these exercises: Present Tense Exercise 1 and Present Tense Exercise 2
Simple Present Tense Questions and Negative Sentences
, Exercise 2
and Exercise 3
C. This site has information about Present Continuous Verbs
To practise, try these exercises: Exercise 1
and Exercise 2.
D. This site has information about Present Continuous Tense - Questions and Negatives.
Try these exercises: Exercise 1 and
E. Read about when to use simple present and when to use present continuous:
Simple or Continuous?
Now, try these exercises: Exercise 1 and
Simple Present Tense
G. Simple Present - Negative
N. If you want more information about present continuous go to this
site: Present Continuous
And try these exercises: Exercise 1
and Exercise 2.
O. Postcard - present continous
P. Present Continuous - negative sentences
Q. Baseball! - Simple
Present or Present Continuous?
R. Simple Present or Present Continuous?
There is / There are
A. At the Zoo -
There is / There are Quiz
B. This site has information about using It and There. (It is 12:00.
There is an earthquake!)
It and There
To practise, try these exercises: It and There Exercise 1 and It and There Exercise 2
D. Explanation and Test
E. Is there? Are there?
F. There isn't There aren't
Future - Be going to
C. Going to - Wh Questions
D. Going to - sentences
E. Introduction to "Be going to"
F. "be going to" Exercise
G. What are they going to do?
H. Going to Quiz
A. Traffic - Present Tense Forms
B. Bill Gates' Car - Passive
C. A Used Car - Present Tense vs. Present Continuous
D. Montreal Has Terrible Drives - Negative Sentences
E. To At In
F. The Camping Trip
G. Travel - Phrasal Verbs
H. Match Questions and Answers
I. Match Questions and Answers 2
J. Questions Words
K. Questions - Simple or Continuous
D. Pronunciation Practise -
Words that rhyme
You need some software called "Real Player" to use these sites.
You may already have it on your computer! Try them.
A. Welcome to Sky Airlines
B. Sightseeing Around Town
C. Hotel Reservations
D. Directions - Part 1
E. Camping Under the Stars
F. Taxi Ride
G. Picnic Preparations
H. Time for a Vacation
I. A Great Car Deal
J. Bus Schedule
K. Directions - Part 3
M. Airport Announcement
N. Hotel Check-In
O. Travel Arrangements
Q. Where's the Movie Theatre?
R. Directions - Part 2
S. Word Pairs (two or too?)
T. More Word Pairs (road or rode?)
U. More Word Pairs (cite or site?)
M. First Car Drive Alone
N. Loading the Last Car
O. Very easy! Everyday Activities
Some Different Things - Reading, Conversation,Other Stuff...
These first two stories are 'urban myths'.
An uban myth is a modern day story that is retold many times. It is usually scary or unbelievable, but
Beware - these two stories are very creepy!
A. An Urban Myth - The Death Car
B. Another Urban Myth - The Hitchhiker
C. Trip to the USA and Canada
D. Tips for Talking on
E. Spelling Practice
F. True or False?
G. Home Invasion
I. Walking at Night
J. Four Days On The Sea
Fill in the gaps - reading and vocabulary.
L. English Names:
Man or Woman's
M. Here is an easy reading with 3 interesting exercises:
Two Sisters and A Cat
Exercise 1) with
Exercise 2 and
N. Conversation Questions:
Idioms and Slang (Changed - June, 2001)
A. Change Idioms
to Plain English
B. Some Slang
C. More Slang
D. And More Slang
E. Some More Slang
F. Yes - More Slang!
G. Cliches you should
know! (A cliche is an expression or idiom which is used too often!)
H. Expressions with 'run'
I. Expressions with 'take'
J. Expressions with 'turn'
K. Be about to - idiomatic phrase
L. Relationship Idioms 1
M. Relationship Idioms 2
N. Relationship Idioms 3
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