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.
30+ compound adjectives to describe people's character.
Useful truth and lies collocations and idioms. Boost your vocabulary with us!
Read the article to learn 30+ phrasal verbs related to time and change.
Alicia Keys is a truly talented singer-songwriter, who can not only send us love through her music but also teach us some English. So, in this article, let's look at 15 very useful idioms from Alicia's hits.
What can be better than hours of rest after a long working day? What do you do to recharge your batteries? Do you let your hair down? Do you indulge yourself in a treat? Read on to learn useful vocabulary related to rest and relaxation. Put your feet up and enjoy!
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.
If you are a teacher, try using the songs below in your classes. And if you are a parent, sing the songs with your child. We've prepared activity sheets and explained what each song is especially good for. So, get ready for a purposeful and enjoyable activity!
Phrasal verbs for basic human actions: going, running, lying, falling, sitting, etc. + the difference between "lie" and "lay," "on/in" and "onto/into."
Have you tried watching TV news in English or reading magazines like "Foreign Affairs," "Newsweek" or "The Economist"? If you have, you must have noticed the formal English used in the press and TV news programs. Although the formal language may cause difficulty, it's important to learn it. If you get the hang of it, you'll be able not only to watch and read the news but also discuss it. Moreover, formal English is used in various work situations: writing business emails, conducting negotiations and meetings, etc. So, read on to improve your formal English and follow us not to miss more articles like this.