It might turn out that even if you read the definitions of vice versa and the other way round, you may think that everything is clear and the phrases mean pretty much the same. That's not true.
Maybe or May Be?
“It may be coincidence that the decline of newspapers has corresponded with the rise of social media. Or maybe not.” Ryan Holmes, founder and CEO of Hootsuite Read this post to make sure you know and remember the difference between maybe and may be. Do the exercise at the bottom of the page to check … Continue reading Maybe or May Be?
On My Mind vs. In My Mind
In this post, we'll talk about the mind. To be more precise, we'll talk about what is on our mind and what is in our mind. If you get confused when choosing the preposition, read on...
25+ Ways to Say “I Like it”
We talk about what we like all the time, don't we? So, having an extensive vocabulary to talk about your likes and dislikes sure is desirable (see useful tips for memorizing vocabulary here). See the synonyms for the ever popular phrase I like it and increase your vocabulary with this post. Do you need a … Continue reading 25+ Ways to Say “I Like it”
Money Vocabulary. Part 2
In “Money Vocabulary” we focused on common money collocations, idioms and proverbs. In this article, we’ll add other useful expressions about money and provide you with exercises to practice the vocabulary, so read on…
A Few Words About “Out of”
"If you do things out of time, they are weird." Robyn Hitchcock, an English singer-songwriter and guitarist
Easily Confused Phrases
How Are You? vs. How Are You Holding Up? Would You Care For It? vs. Would You Care About It? Hold On vs. Hold Up First vs. In the First Place What's the Problem? vs. What's Your Problem?