Grammar bytes 1.0 – Prepositions
Prepositions govern and typically precede a noun or pronoun, expressing its relation to another word or element within the clause. Prepositions of place At As a rule, ‘at’ is used to tell us the
5 Confusing English words
The spelling and pronunciation might be different but we still confuse these words sometimes. Read the information below and do a short quiz to remember the difference. 1. Lose and Loose Lose [“z”
Talking about your summer vacation. Useful idioms
Summer is still on, but are you getting ready to start learning English again? The main question when you are back from summer vacation is “tell me something about it”. So here are some interesting
10 common verb collocations in English
10 common verb collocations in the English A collocation is made up of two or more words that are commonly used together in English. Think of collocations as words that usually go together. In this article,
20 phrasal verbs with GET!
Phrasal verbs are phrases that indicate actions. They are generally used in spoken English and informal texts. Examples of such verbs include: turn down, come across and run into. Sometimes, it is difficult
20 phrasal verbs with “GO”
Phrasal verbs are phrases that indicate actions. They are generally used in spoken English and informal texts. Examples of such verbs include: turn down, come across and run into. Sometimes it is
5 idioms related to Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is here! To celebrate, we are bringing you a list of 5 idioms related to this American holiday. What is Thanksgiving? Thanksgiving is a national holiday in the United States, celebrated
Confusing English verbs – Say/tell/speak
There’s a certain number of verbs that can be quite confusing for English learners. Say/tell and talk/speak are all referring to the verbalization of thoughts. But why use one and not the other? This
Idiomatic expressions to use at work – Part II
BusyTo have a lot on (my/his) plate:I would love to go on holiday this week but I’ve got a lot on my plate so I will be working late.To be swamped:There’s so much to do around the office. Everyone
5 autumn-related idioms to begin the season right!
The summer is over and the autumn is here! The weather is cooler, the leaves turn bright red and yellow, and pumpkin pies are everywhere to be found. In some countries (such as England) the fall is a
Grammar bytes 1.0 Conditionals!
This series focuses on the subject that makes learning a new language a bit harder, grammar! We have all said at one point or another “I want to learn to speak and focus less on grammar” but the ugly
Useful vocabulary to discuss graphs!
One of the most important parts of any business presentation is charts. Charts and graphs describe the way the business is doing and summarise any research made by you and your team. We have decided