Vocabulary
Grammar
Extra
Letter writing
100

Synonym for 'Broaden one's horizons'

Discover new things, Expand my view, Widen/expand my knowledge, etc.

100

At least how many parts do phrasal verbs have? 

+example

At least 2, go out/come up with

100

What is Keve's favourite type of chocolate?

Dark chocolate. (The darker the better)

100

What do we use for singing off when we don't know the name of the person? 

Yours faithfully,...... or Yours sincerely,.....

Yours faithfully,......

200

Definition of punctual.

Being on time

200

List at least 2 phrasal verbs with 'get' and come up with an example sentence for both.

get off, get rid of, get in, get down, get along, etc.

200

List at least 3 warm-up/energizer exercises we used.

Rock-paper-scissors, meditation, counting up to 15-20, Hangman, Simon says, etc.

200

An example of a set phrase for the closing paragraph.

I look forward to hearing from you, I would like to thank you in advance, Thank you for your time, etc.

300

List 3 Idioms and tell their meanings.

300

Use 3 double conjunctions in a sentence. 

+200 points for the additional two.

Either…or

Not only….but also

Neither….nor

Both…and

Whether….or

300

What were the power-ups of the agents in the Unit 1-2 Test (List at least 3)

Assassin:  Double points 

Bandit: Teacher’s help 

Knight: Extra points(+2 points to his final points)

Sorcerer: Can use the book(for 1 min only) 

Thief: Can mark 3 answers that you think are wrong

300

What's the difference between Ms., Mrs., and Miss

Ms.(When we don't know the marital status of the person, general/most used greeting)

Mrs.( The title of respect for a married or widowed woman)

Miss(Young, unmarried woman, rarely used because it is old fashioned)

400

List the steps of our educational system.

Nursery school/kindergarten-> primary/elementary school-> secondary/high school -> university/college 

400

What do we use 'should' for? List at least 2 cases and have an example for both.

to ask for or give advice, to express an opinion, to express probability in the present or future, to express mild obligation

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