Who wouldn't like all their relationships to be harmonious? Unfortunately, it's hardly possible. Relationships differ just like people do, and although the topic of this post is rather broad, we'll try to help you learn vocabulary useful for describing several types of relationships.
If you've ever been confused not only by "hangover" and "hungover," but also by "hang," "hung" and "hanged," read on...
Learn the difference between the demonstrative pronouns and practice with us!
The meanings, idioms and lots of relevant examples are here, in one post.
Just because water is such an important part of everyone and everything and life truly depends on this invaluable resource, we'd like to devote this post to water. We hope it will inspire you to appreciate and save water because nowadays it may be even more important than ever.
"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.
Learn common English prefixes to boost your vocabulary and improve your word building skills...
The visual guide to fruits, fruit and vegetable idioms, and the difference between "fruit" and "fruits" explained.
An article is a functional word which we use with a noun to show its definiteness or indefiniteness. There are 2 types of articles in English: indefinite (a/an) and definite (the). The term zero article refers to occasions when there is no article preceding a noun (or a noun phrase)...
Food is an essential part of our life and it’s very important to be able to discuss it. In English there are a few words related to things we eat which are sometimes confused: food, dish, meal and cuisine. So, let's sort the things out!