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.
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.
The post looks at common English euphemisms for death, war, age and sex.
Do you sometimes confuse "politics" and "policy"? If you do, this article is just right for you. Read on to know the difference as well as common politics and policy collocations and phrases.
What's the difference between nationality and citizenship, national and citizen? When are the words synonyms, and when are they not? Read the blog to know.
This post is going to teach you useful vocabulary to express gratitude, nurture your relationships, and, hopefully, make you and people around you a bit (or much) happier.
All you need to know about comfort and convenience, comfortable and convenient is here, in one post. Read and learn!
What words are there to agree and disagree with someone or something? What's the difference between "agree with" and "agree on?" In this post we'll answer these questions and teach you useful vocabulary for any time you discuss something and need to advocate your point of view.
"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...