Paraphrasing • Keynote 2.2 • Using Antonyms

This keynote is used for B1–B2 learners and accompanies Lesson 2 of the course ‘Advanced Paraphrasing Skills’. Read this keynote on My English Tribe apps.

‘Allude’ or ‘Elude’?

'Allude' and 'elude' have a similar pronunciation, but they do not have the same meaning. Read this tip to find out. Then test yourself with the quiz below.

‘Who’ or ‘Whom’?

Who or whom? This decision might have plagued you, and debate about the relevance of ‘whom’ is ongoing: this tip will help you choose when to use which word. Test yourself with the quiz below.

Paraphrasing • Practice 2.1

This practice section accompanies Keynote 2.1 and Lesson 2 of the course 'Advanced Paraphrasing Skills' on blogchuyenanh.org.

Protected: Writing Practice • Perspectives

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Paraphrasing • Keynote 2.1 • Using Synonyms

This keynote is used for B1–B2 learners and accompanies Lesson 2 of the course ‘Advanced Paraphrasing Skills’. Read this keynote on My English Tribe apps.

‘Adverse’ or ‘Averse’?

Although 'adverse' and 'averse' share a common origin, their meanings are quite different. Read this usage note to find out. Then test yourself with the quiz below.