How should I memorize new vocabulary? Can I learn new words without much effort? How do I review what I have learned? These are the questions all language learners ask. They come across new words all the time, and no matter their level, new interesting words and expressions never cease to surprise and sometimes confuse. Knowing how to learn and review vocabulary can reduce this confusion and help a language learner memorize new vocabulary easily and effectively...
Read the article to significantly boost your flower vocabulary with idioms, adjectives and names you might not know yet.
Read the article and make sure you know which preposition to use with "street" - in or on. Also, you can boost your vocabulary with a couple of idioms using the word "street." Enjoy!
"The temple bell stops, but I still hear the sound coming out of the flowers." Matsuo Basho
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Until and by can sometimes be confusing. Until means continuing to happen before a particular time or event and then stopping. This preposition can be followed by a noun (see examples 1 and 2 below) or it can be connecting two clauses, in which case that's not a preposition but a conjunction (see examples 3 … Continue reading Until vs. By