Take for vs. Take for granted

What is the difference between take for and take for granted? Take for is a phrasal verb. Take for granted is an idiom. They have different meanings. Let’s look at the meaning of each one with example sentences. The phrasal verb TAKE FOR The idiom TAKE FOR...

50 English Debate Questions – Teacher Resource

50 Debate Questions in English I have just created a new video that can be used in the English Language Classroom, ideally for adult or teenage ESL / ELL students at an intermediate level. This video contains 50 debate questions in English that are great for classroom...

Woodward English Quiz – Answers and Teacher Resource

 Something that I have been doing for over 4 years is publishing a simple ESOL quiz every week where English students of all levels can practice their English. This is a multiple-choice quiz where a sentence or question has a word or some words missing from it....

Parts of the Hand – English Vocabulary

Parts of the Hand Vocabulary in English Here are 7 words associated with the hand: LITTLE FINGER / PINKY little finger / pinky (noun): the smallest finger on the hand. Pinky is an informal name for the little finger. Example sentence with little finger: He always...

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