Posts Tagged ‘esl’
Describing Scenery with Adjectives and Descriptive Language
The first photo I shared in week 3 of #nostalgicnovember was taken in New Zealand. Spread across a bright green, rolling hillside were thousands of off-white dots. These off-white dots looked almost like a vast cotton field. The green grass that peeked from underneath the white specks appeared so bright because of the way its horizon met an almost…Read More
SO versus TOO: What’s the same? What’s different?
Welcome to the beginning of clarity on a topic that confuses many, many people. so and too You are definitely not alone if this is what you look like when trying to understand the similarities and differences between “so” and “too” and understand how to use the words correctly. So, allow me to help you understand… What’s…Read More
Creativity Tuesday: Mariah
Let’s dive right into (begin) Creativity Tuesday today by exploring the idea of CONTRASTS (things that differ from one another in an obvious way): Black | White. Light | Dark. New | Old. Classic | Modern. Simplicity | Complexity. What makes these contrasting words so obviously different from one another? If you guessed opposites, then you hit the nail right…Read More
#NostalgicNovember Instagram Challenge + Ways to Improve your English Participating!
Ahhh… November. A time to start bundling up in sweaters and scarves. A month to really kick off (start) the holiday season, to celebrate thankfulness, and come together with friends and family. This description may not fit for everyone reading the blog, you may be getting into your warmer months, or perhaps don’t celebrate Thanksgiving; however, continue…Read More
Improve your English with a personal Bitmoji Avatar
Here I am again, telling you to close those textbooks! Pause that English lecture! Step outside the normal way that you have been learning! Here I am again, telling you to learn outside the box with me, and outside what you’ve been doing. In case you’re new around here, and haven’t had a chance to…Read More