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Learning a new language is a lot of work! First, you have to absorb the new grammar, sounds and vocabulary. More importantly, you have to start using it to communicate with others.

 

Eventually, you get to a level where you are comfortable and confident in the new language in many different topics and life situations. Once you get to this level of fluency, don’t stop!

Remember: “Use it or lose it.”

Please use the materials on this website to help you improve your English!

If you have questions or want to practice, please let me know.


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Grammar Practice

Today's Grammar Quiz: Expressions with Prepositions

Question 1

I am writing you _____ regards to your last email.




Question 2

The car was coming down the street _____full speed.




Question 3

He has been _____ a lot of stress lately.




Question 4

I'm so sorry! I didn't mean to do that. I did it completely _____ accident.




Question 5

Can you go a little faster, please? I am really _____ a hurry.




Question 6

How about you let me drive _____ a change?




Question 7

Oh my! Look! That house is _____ fire! Call the fire department!




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