3 questions to start a conversation

3 Questions to Start a Conversation

Have you been in a situation where you needed to start a conversation, but you didn’t know what to say? Perhaps you were with new friends, at a work party, or waiting for class to start with some fellow classmates. If you need English for your everyday life, then it’s important you get comfortable with starting…

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learn english prepositions

How to Learn English Prepositions

A quick search on Google will tell you that there are about 150 English prepositions. Add that to the other vocabulary you need to learn, grammar you need to master, pronunciation, reading skills, listening abilities, etc… and you can begin feeling overwhelmed by it all. But you don’t need to feel overwhelmed when it comes to…

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past perfect practice

Past Perfect Practice: How to use the Past Perfect

The foundation of your English relies on your understanding of the time tenses in English. In order to effectively talk about the present, past, and future, you need to be able to differentiate these 3 tenses. However, within those 3 tenses, there are differences between the simple, progressive, and perfect structures. Are you comfortable with the differences?…

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4 english idioms with cat

4 (Noun) Idioms with Cat

If you know me, you know I love cats! Who can be surprised that I’d dedicate a whole lesson to them? There are a lot of idioms related to “cats” in English; however, today I’d like to focus on 4 idioms that are used as nouns. Some of these noun idioms describe people, while another…

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English expressions for sleep

3 New Ways to Say “I’m going to sleep” in English

Expanding your vocabulary, and learning how to say the same thing in different ways is incredibly important when working on your English fluency. This is not only important for sounding more natural, but will also help you understand more native speakers who use idioms and English expressions. Chances are you’ve already heard phrases like “to…

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