Idioms for the New Year

New Year’s Day has come and gone, and most of us are still adjusting to having to remember the year is no longer 2014. January is a great month to focus on …


Informal Contractions in English.

Since the word contract means to squeeze together so the word contraction means to shorten two words together by placing apostrophe or by omitting some …


Confusing word pairs in English.

Some words In English will confuse you because you may feel that their meanings are the same.  But the truth is that it’s actually quite the opposite.  It …


Top Telephone Tips & Etiquette.

Few telephone tips which could help your telephonic conversations sound interesting and impressive. Don’t be direct– Be polite and use phrases like …


The Past Perfect Tense (I had gone)

Generally there is a lot of confusion between using the simple past and the past perfect tense. The past perfect tense always has a verb in the past …


Talking About Types of Eggs.

Do you eat eggs for breakfast?  Extremely nutritious! You surely know how you like your eggs but do you know how to order them, so that they will actually be …


Types oF Friends – Vocabulary Lesson

Relationships are a part of everyday life, whether they be with online keypals, roommates, or co-workers. Doing things together on a regular basis can improve …


English words with silent letters

The English language has a lot of silent letters. Silent letters cause difficulties for English learners, because they make the spelling of words different …


Winter Vocabulary & Phrases

While it’s only winter for half the world, and even then, it doesn’t snow everywhere, there are still an abundance of words that you can use for the …


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