If you are a music lover and you like learning English with popular songs, this blog is for you! Do you happen to be a Madonna's fan too? You are really in luck!
This blog has 2 purposes - to provide you with sheer inspiration and to help you learn English vocabulary in the most meaningful and, well, inspiring way.
Read the post to know the differences between kitchenware, tableware, dishes, cookware, bakeware and cutlery/silverware. Boost your kitchen vocabulary right now!
If you use the vocabulary the post aims to teach you, and, most importantly, if you do it right, you will definitely show how highly proficient you are in English. All the vocabulary is taken from CPE practice tests.
Crush vs. crash, accident vs. incident, activity vs. action, affect vs. effect, continual vs. continuous. during vs. while vs. for, control vs. inspect, loose vs. loose.
"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!
All you need to know about relative pronouns, relative clauses, their kinds and functions is here, in one concise post.
This post will explain what formulaic language is, give examples of how idioms are constructed, and help you understand the nature of idioms a little bit better...
Upper-intermediate - advanced grammar made easy.