Sentences with gaps
In each sentence there is one (or more) word missing. Read the sentence carefully, try and understand it. Which word makes sense and can be used in this context? If you do not know the word, check the answer and memorise it. Return to it later and revise.
In the following examples you are guessing the correct collocation or looking for the right prepositions.
1) They have decided to take legal against their former employer.
2) The parties were willing to a dispute by arbitration.
1) She wanted to take a loan the bank to finance her investment.
Each flashcard has a question or a phrase on one side and an answer or explanation on the other.
In the examples below, we ask you to describe or define an underlined phrase using plain English.
There is a question or sentence visible, after you click on it, an answer or one suggestion is shown.
In the examples below, we ask you to change the underlined phrase into a more formal and legal one.
True/False (Multiple choice)
There is a missing part in each sentence. Two answers are given. One is correct, and one is incorrect. Read the sentence carefully and choose the answer. The correct one turns green (). The incorrect one turns red ().
In the examples below, we ask you to choose the answer that is correct in formal legal English.
1) She wanted to take a loan from the bank to finance her investment.
2) There was a major dispute the interpretation of the contract.