What do you call a person who chooses to live alone, or someone at a social event who has no one to dance or talk with? Read on and you will know the answers.
This post is going to teach you useful vocabulary to express gratitude, nurture your relationships, and, hopefully, make you and people around you a bit (or much) happier.
Practice makes perfect.
A proposal is a formal plan or suggestion that a group has to consider. When you take CPE and write a proposal during the test's writing part, you must remember the 5 criteria according to which your work is going to be assessed...
Summer is coming, and it means it's time for us to buy a few new T-shirts, hang up our bulky coats in the back of the closet, and add a couple of upbeat songs to our playlists. Here is our compilation of famous summer songs. Listen, get in the mood for summer, and improve your English!
Would you like to feel closer to nature right now? How about learning a few words at the same time? Read on to boost your English vocabulary and get in the mood for enjoying the great outdoors.
Whoever learns a language knows how tricky prepositions can be. They are those details which sometimes make things complicated. Take "in time" and "on time" for example. The phrases look similar, they are both related to time, but they mean different things...
This post is a follow-up to "CPE Vocabulary" and "15 Big Words Worth Knowing," and it is going to be devoted to formal English vocabulary, which is always found on tests like CAE and CPE, as well as in journals and works of literature.
All you need to know about comfort and convenience, comfortable and convenient is here, in one post. Read and learn!
The visual guide to fruits, fruit and vegetable idioms, and the difference between "fruit" and "fruits" explained.