"Little" and "small" are some of the first words English learners learn. At first, the adjectives seem to be absolute synonyms. But the more you learn, the more you understand that there is no such thing as absolute synonyms. So, how exactly are the words similar and different? Read on to clear up any confusion...
Both risk and threat are about some unpleasant or dangerous things. But they are different. How? Do you feel it? Put the feeling into words and learn useful vocabulary to talk about risks and threats!
In English there are many ways to talk about future: "I will talk", "I'm going to talk", "I'm talking", "I'll have talked", "I'll have been talking", etc. Are you sure you know how to use all of these constructions?
Some people say that luck is nothing but hard work, and let's face it, that's not far from the truth. But despite the down-to-earth view of it, there are numerous idioms related to luck, and even the most rational and practical people occasionally use the vocabulary. So, let's join them!
They say Dog is Man's best friend, and so we are happy to dedicate this post to our four-legged friends. We'll look at useful dog vocabulary, including popular breeds, idioms and collocations useful for dog owners and lovers.
Are you a music lover? Do you like learning English with songs? If so, this post will definitely appeal to you. We've compiles a list of useful English idioms based on popular songs of Adele, a world-famous British singer and songwriter. Read the post, take notes and listen to the songs to the hear the idioms in context.
It's almost the end of December, which means it's high time we thought about this year coming to its end, our plans for the future, and spent a little more time with our nearest and dearest. We hope these 5 Christmas songs this post is about will help you enjoy this beautiful time even more! … Continue reading 5 Christmas Songs for you & your English
Learn to punctuate with this practical and easy-to-understand guide. Clear explanations and simple examples will take your writing to the next level!
Congratulations, it's Friday again! If you don't feel like beavering away at English today, don't. This post will set your Friday mood and teach you a bit of English along the way. Listen, read, dance, sing along and enjoy learning!
All you need to know about relative pronouns, relative clauses, their kinds and functions is here, in one concise post.