7 Wonders of the English Language

If you are one of those people who think their first language is so much richer than the target language, English, this post is for you. No, it's not written to claim that English is "richer" or any better than whatever your mother tongue is. In fact, it wouldn't be correct to compare languages because all of them are fabulously rich and wonderful in their own way. So, it would be like comparing strawberry varieties - they all are different, but they all are strawberries, sweet, juicy and delicious...

Autumn English

Autumn is a wonderful season, full of color, refreshing winds, and thoughts on life. In the fading autumn sunlight, isn't it fun to go walking listening to rustling leaves and breathing fresh autumn air? It should be. Yet, not everyone loves this time of the year. It's sometimes associated with cold, loneliness and depression. Whichever way you look at it, we hope the words we'd like to teach you today will make you feel warm, and new knowledge will lift your spirit. Please read on...

How to Talk about Tastes & Smells

You already know that if you like some food or drink, you can say "it tastes good/it's tasty/it's delicious". Or if you don't like what you are eating/drinking, you can exclaim "it tastes bad/awful/horrible/foul!" How else can you describe tastes of food? Read the article to know...

American & British Slang

In this post we will look at very common American and British slang phrases. So, take your vocabulary notebook and pen, and get ready to make notes of what you find new, interesting and useful. 

English for Drivers

Many people can't imagine their life without driving. And even more people can't imagine their life without cars, for even if you don't have a driver's license / driving licence (British English), you are still a passenger at least occasionally. Cars are always around us and that's why it's important for everyone to know essential car and driving vocabulary...

Street English

This post is about interesting but sometimes confusing things about the word “street”. Read it to know the difference between “in the street” and “on the street”, the use of “outside”, “outdoors” and “out-of-doors” meaning you are not at home, and learn some street idioms too. Are you not sure which article to use with names of streets? We'll answer the question as well...