Quizzes, tests, exercises and puzzles for English as a Second Language (ESL), English as a foreign language (EFL), Teaching EFL (TEFL), Test of EFL (TOEFL), English for speakers of other languages (ESOL), Teaching ESOL (TESOL), TOEIC.

1. The rain ________ off and they were able to play the match

2. The post-box is ________ the corner

3. The road which goes to the motorway is always full of traffic

4. The police took them ________ the station

5. The restaurant is ___ the sea front.

6. The road was tied ________ with traffic.

7. The police ________ down everything the suspect said in their notebook

8. The professor speaks too fast and its difficult to ________ in everything she says

9. The project has been ________ by her illness

10. The police ___ called.

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    Cook An Entire Christmas Dinner From Scratch

    Okay so every Sunday for around 16 years or more your dear old Mother slaved over hot stoves and cooking utensils in a bid to make the perfect roast dinner right? Well now its time to return the favour and the least you can do is cook her (and the rest of the family of course) a lovely Christmas dinner. The only problem with this is that if it is your first time you have no idea of what to do, get it wrong and your roast potatoes could be ready before the turkey is even thawed out, so you need to take a little time to get acquainted with the rules of cooking a Christmas dinner. Okay so it isnt rocket science but the chances are that you will want to get it right first time so you can be thanked instead of receiving phonecalls the next day about why your turkey gave your entire family food poisoning not a good idea. Help is at hand though, because if you think back a little, back to the days of school, you should remember these little rectangle objects called books! Amazingly some of them actually have writing within them, some even on the topic of cooking and recipes! Joking aside, if you are nervous, worried, or sheer terrified that you have picked the short straw this Christmas, then head over to your local bookstore and pick up a cook book. It may actually save your life (and those who are going to eat it with you).

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