Monthly Archive:: July 2015
RSVP? ASAP? Etc.? What do these letters mean? In this vocabulary lesson, I will explain and give examples of ten common abbreviations, such as RIP, BYOB, and PIN. I will also teach the difference between i.e., e.g., and etc.. Watch this video ASAP to find out more!;
In this lesson, you will learn an easy way to avoid subject-verb errors. You will also learn three categories of nouns: irregular,single, and plural. Watch this lesson to improve your English dramatically in just a few minutes.
Want to know a simple trick that will help you sound more academic in your speaking? Express Opposing Ideas in English: “despite”, “although”, “nevertheless”, “in spite of”;
240 Common Spelling Mistakes in English English spelling can be tricky, even for English speakers! That’s because English is not 100% phonetic and also because there are so many exceptions. Study the 240 most commonly misspelled words below. Then, try the free spelling test at the end to check how well you’re doing.
Practical English: Understanding Medicine Labels Learn important vocabulary that’s not taught in classrooms or textbooks. Take medicine safely by learning how to read the labels and instructions. You will learn the vocabulary you need to understand medicine labels correctly, and I’ll also teach you some related medical words and terms in English.
How to improve your listening in English Do you have trouble understanding what native speakers say? What to improve your English listening and comprehension skills? I’ll give you some great tips that will help you to listen and understand!
Business English Vocabulary: The Stock Market Learn business English vocabulary: Whether you are investing in a bull or a bear market, you should know the common terms and expressions that stock brokers and mutual fund managers will use to discuss your options. In this lesson, we will go over some of the more common terms
Tenses on Single Table; Present simple – continuous – perfect – perfect continuous, Past simple – continuous – perfect – perfect continuous, Future simple – continuous – perfect – perfect continuous
Clothes Phrasal Verbs – Visual Method; put on, take off, try on, dress up, do up, zip up, wrap up, throw up, slip on, hang up;
What’s the Difference? – Say, Tell ; English Learning Site;