As some of the people already mentioned, I would like more test on phrasal verbs, as sometimes I struggle with what to put after a verb, bring on, about, forth, forward, etc.
Many thanks for your comment. You are right, mastering phrasal verbs requires a lot of practice and training because there are so many combinations and different meanings. That’s why I like Alan’s method - his phrasal verb stories are absolutely unique. Have you tried them out? Here is an example:
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TOEIC listening, question-response: Where is the Stafford building?[YSaerTTEW443543]
Yes, I love the stories, they are interesting and the tests help to practice. Good thing is that they are not too simple. Great job, Alan, thanks!