Here are pages with a list of 850 words developed by Charles K. Ogden, and released in 1930 with the book: Basic English: A General Introduction with Rules and Grammar. These pages are an excellent starting point for building up a vocabulary which allows you to converse fluently in English.
This 30 question quiz focuses on key financial terms and provides feedback and scoring.
This popular tool provides the American English version for British English terms and vice-versa. You can use this page for reference, or as a fun quiz tool.
Once you understand these differences, you might also enjoy this quiz testing your knowledge of the differences between American and British English.
This exercise consists of audio excerpts with sentences using target phrasal verbs, matching definition exercise and sentence use.
These quizzes focus on common phrasal verb combinations:
These visual dictionaries provide images and vocabulary related to different subject areas. Each entry includes example sentences to provide context.
Collocations include specific verbs combinations. Here are common words and expressions that go with verbs:
Guide to expressing numbers in English for ESL classes giving detailed explanation about expressing numbers in both British and American English.
Each of the action verbs are used in a variety of contexts providing understanding through context.
These phrases are used to conduct and participate in business meetings. Phrases are grouped by purpose, and a number of similar phrases are given for each part of typical meetings.
Decide between “do”, “go” or “play”. Sometimes the verb needs to be conjugated or put in the infinitive or gerund form.