Similes

A simile /ˈsɪməli/ is  an expression which compares two things; it always includes the words as or like. You can use similes to make your spoken and written English more colorful and your comparisons - more powerful...

Friend & Friendship Vocabulary

Think about your friend. How would you describe him/her and your friendship? Would you say that birds of a feather flock together (people with the same characteristics or tastes tend to spend time together)? Or would you rather argue that extremes meet (complete opposites often become good friends)?

Coffee English

Coffee is the second most traded commodity on earth (after oil). What's so special about this drink? Apart from being a popular energy booster, it is said to protect against type 2 diabetes, liver disease and Parkinson's disease...

25+ Ways to Say “I Like it”

We all talk about what we like virtually every day. For this reason a vast vocabulary is crucial. If you use different words to express a common idea, it makes you sound more natural and convincing. Let’s work on your eloquence together…

Have Something Done

In some languages there is no such thing as to have something done construction. And you might wonder what “I had my hair cut” means, and why you can’t say “I cut my hair yesterday”. Well, the first sentence is the only right one because...