Learning English can be a lot of fun. A great way to improve your listening comprehension skills is to watch English series. We get with the times by recommending 5 great Netflix TV shows to help you practise your English.
Would you like to learn English abroad but you’re scared of the experience too? Don’t worry! We’ve prepared for you a list of 10 most common English phrases you can use during your language stay.
Learning a new language can serve many purposes, including communicating with someone for whom your heart beats faster. If you’ve met an English speaking person who has caught your eye, you probably want to tell them how you feel about them. There are many ways to say “I love you” in English as well as to talk about your other warm feelings towards someone before you’re ready for the big L. Let’s benefit from the upcoming celebration of love on the 14th February and use this St Valentine’s Day as an opportunity to learn some phrases of love and affection.
Phrasal verbs are formed from a verb and a preposition or an adverb. The reason why you need to learn them by heart is because you can’t simply guess what they mean from looking at them, even if you know the meaning of each part of a phrasal verb.
As your English is improving, you start to notice more and more the subtleties of the language. A good way to work on such details is by taking private English lessons so that a teacher can focus on your individual needs. You should also try to self-diagnose your problem areas.
One of the difficulties that students have when learning English is mastering the correct use of indefinite pronouns. Today we’ll specifically focus on pronouns relating to people. This article will make the choice between “anyone”, “someone” and “no one” easier for you.