Imagine that someone asks you a simple question but you can't answer it, even though you know you've answered it before. Or you suddenly forget what you were talking about and need your listeners' help to remember. We've all been there. But now let's look at the vocabulary for such awkward situations...
Vague language is language that is not precise and therefore allows speakers not to commit themselves or not to sound too definite. Vague language is very common in speaking, but it's sometimes used in writing too.
In this post we'll look at vocabulary related to different kinds of shops and shopping, including common idioms.
No matter how we look at it, money plays an important role in our life, so it's necessary to be able to talk about it. What we are going to teach you with this post is how to talk about loans and credit in English. Read on for useful collocations, phrasal verbs and more...
"Worth" is a very handy word, which is unfortunately often used wrong. The aim of this post is to help you learn everything about the word so that you can use "worth" correctly.
"A garden is a grand teacher. It teaches patience and careful watchfulness; it teaches industry and thrift; above all it teaches entire trust." Gertrude Jekyll, a British horticulturist
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.