QUESTION WORDS

This worksheet revises the most common question pronouns. Students fill in the gaps with the suitable wh- word and then they match these.

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Word Perfect English have grouped together some of their most used idioms, explained the meaning and provided an example for 24 expressions!

Idioms to do with Health and Illness

Word Perfect English has compiled 5 idioms lists just for you! Our teachers have thought of the most used English people idioms and created some beautiful word lists

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My favorite idiom here is "Eye Catching". When something catches my eye, I can feel it instantly. It's almost a rush.

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“Pan out” means “to ​develop in a ​particular way”. Example: If you’re going to see how things pan out, you’re going to wait and see what happens. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Pan out” means “to ​develop in a ​particular way”. Example: If you’re going to see how things pan out, you’re going to wait and see what happens. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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