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Quiz: allude or elude?

Allude and elude sound similar, but have quite different meanings. Do you know how to use them correctly in a sentence? Read more about the difference between allude and elude.  

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Quiz: how well do you know the language of seafood?

Consider yourself a bit of an oyster aficionado or a sushi connoisseur? Clams to crayfish, scallops to salmon: if you take pride in your knowledge of all things seafood, now’s the time to prove yourself. Take this quiz to determine how well you really know your seafood terminology!

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Can you complete these phrases?

How well do you know common English phrases? Give our quiz a try and see if you can fill in the blanks.

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Quiz: bear or bare?

Bare and bear are homophones – that is, they sound the same – but have very different meanings. Do you know how to use these two correctly? Test yourself with our quiz, or swot up with all you need to know about bare and bear.

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Quiz: French words no longer used in French

Read the paragraph below; even if you don’t think you speak French, you’ll probably understand exactly what is being said… Imagine a rather bijou little hotel tucked away down a Parisian cul-de-sac, the kind with a rather louche air of faux decadence where the ensuite has a bidet and every night there’s a cabaret in […]

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Quiz: how well do you know the language of colours?

Do you know what the translation for the French taupe is? Or which language has two words for blue? Take our quiz to test your knowledge of colours in language. Photo credit: Natalia Deriabina / Shutterstock.com

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Quiz: ‘I’ or ‘me’

Do you always know when to use I and when to use me in a sentence? Test yourself with our quiz. Find out more about how to use I and me.

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Quiz: how well do you know your Independence Day quotations?

The actor Will Smith was not present at the Declaration of Independence on the 4th of July, 1776. At least there are no pictures that show him next to Thomas Jefferson or Benjamin Franklin on that historic day. No official pictures anyway. However, there are many similarities between Independence Day – the 1996 film starring […]

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