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Commonly Confused Words and Phrases

Commonly confused words and phrases quizzes focusing on idiomatic English, collocations, and common phrases in a wide variety of situations for intermediate to advanced level English learners.

Have or Get? - 2
Have and get are very versatile verbs and can cause quite a lot of confusion, try this quiz to see if you know when to use have or get

Have or Get? - 1
Have and get are very versatile verbs and can cause quite a lot of confusion, try this quiz to see if you know when to use have or get

Give or Take? - 2
Choose between the verbs give and take in this quiz focusing on important collocations - words that go together.

Give or Take? - 1
The verbs give and take are used with many nouns and are commonly confused. This quiz helps you test your knowledge of the use of these two verbs.

Fixed Expressions Quiz
English uses a number of fixed expressions in everyday conversations and writing, this quiz tests your understanding of fixed expressions in English.

Everyday Expressions Quiz
Everyday Expressions Quiz for Advanced ESL Classes focusing on common idiomatic expressions in a difficult, but common context.

Everyday Expressions Quiz II
Everyday Expressions Quiz for Advanced ESL Classes focusing on common idiomatic expressions in a difficult, but common context.

Color Idioms
Gap fill quiz focusing on common idioms that use a color.

Collocations - Take, Have and Break
Collocations are words that go together with specific verbs or other words. This collection of combinations focuses on and common words and expressions that go with the verbs 'take', 'have' and 'break'.

Collocations - Save, Find and Go
Collocations are words that go together with specific verbs or other words. This collection of combinations focuses on and common words and expressions that go with the verbs 'save', 'find' and 'go'.

Collocations - Miss, Get, Do and Make
Collocations are words that go together with specific verbs or other words. This collection of combinations focuses on and common words and expressions that go with the verbs 'miss', 'get', 'do' and 'make'.

Collocations - Come, Get and Feel
Collocations are words that go together with specific verbs or other words. This collection of combinations focuses on and common words and expressions that go with the verbs 'come', 'get' and 'feel'.

Collocations - Catch, Pay, and Keep
Collocations are words that go together with specific verbs or other words. This collection of combinations focuses on and common words and expressions that go with the verbs 'catch', 'pay' and 'keep'.

Homophone Quizzes
Homonyms and homophones are one of two or more words that have the same sound and often the same spelling but differ in meaning (i.e. to, too, two). Test your knowledge of homophones with these quizzes.

Action Idioms Quiz - 1
Printable idiomatic phrase quiz for intermediate to advanced level ESL EFL learners and classes focusing on body idioms.

Idiom and Expression Resources
Idiom learning and teaching resources including quizzes, reference sheets, idiom themes for the ESL classroom.

Confusing Words 1
Did he 'accept' or 'except' that job offer? Try these quizzes to clear up any doubts you may have!

Countable or Uncountable?
Check your understanding of whether a noun is countable or uncountable with this quiz.

Make or Do? 1
Help clear up your doubts with this quiz focusing on the often confusing usage of 'make' or 'do'.

Idiom Quiz - Animal Idioms
Idiom quiz match up quiz focusing on idioms related to animals. This quiz is ideally suited for upper level learners and requires students to match up idioms and then find the appropriate definition.

Prepositional Phrases - Quiz 1
"___ addition to Tom, we have invited Peter." Which is correct: in, at, with or by? Not sure? Try these three prepositional phrase quizzes to help your understanding of common prepositional phrases.

Common Idioms and Phrases Quizzes
Four interactive common phrase quizzes which provide immediate feedback on correct and incorrect answers with a follow-up score at the end of each quiz.

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