Monthly Archive:: January 2017

Modals of Deduction

Modals of Deduction Certain, possibly true, not true. Must have + past part, may/might/could have + past part and etc… Follow the list;

Idioms to Say Something Is Really Easy

Idioms to Say Something Is Really Easy A piece of cake, as easy as falling off a log, like taking candy from a baby, child’s play and etc… Follow the list;

Indirect Speech

Indirect Speech Reported statements with tense changes. Follow the list for expressions and examples about indirect speech;

Using Make and Do

Using Make and Do Make; produce sounds, mental activity, prepare something and etc… Do; necessary work or tasks, thing and etc…

Verbs That Use The Prefix – MIS

Verbs That Use The Prefix – MIS misbehave, misjudge, misplace, mispronounce, misread, misspell, mistreat, misunderstand and etc…

Words to Use Instead of VERY

Words to Use Instead of VERY Very noisy – deafening, very often – frequently, very old – ancient, very pale – ashen and etc… Follow the list;

Transitional Words and Phrases

Transitional Words and Phrases Comparison, time & sequence, addition, direction & place, Cause & effect, contrast, emphasis and etc…

Shopping Vocabulary

Shopping Vocabulary go shopping, do the shopping, bargain hunting, window shopping, a wallet, a bargain and etc…

Phrasal Verbs With Phone

Phrasal Verbs With Phone Pick up, break up, cut off, call back, hang up and etc… Follow the list for expressions and examples;

Emotions in English

Emotions in English Happy; glad, pleased, optimistic, fulfilled and etc… sad; down, blue, grieved, depressed and etc… Excited; energetic, aroused, bouncy and etc… follow the list;