Vocabulary

The Kitchen – English Vocabulary

The Kitchen – English Vocabulary Blender, mincer, toaster, mixer, kettle, ladle, spatula, whisk, oven glove, colander, cutlery and etc… Follow the visual expressions;

Intellectual and Emotional Words

Intellectual and Emotional Words Fatigue – tired, fearful – afraid, fidelity – faithfulness, for – because and etc… Follow the list for other examples;

The Pronunciation Rule Of The ED

The Pronunciation Rule Of The ED Want-wanted, end-ended, hope-hoped, laugh-laughed, watch-watched, play-played, beg-begged and etc… Follow the list and rules;

Other Ways To Say BORING

Other Ways To Say BORING Instead of pretty, smart, big, little, funny, laughed, use these words; Follow the list for synonym word list;

Using ‘Arrive in’ and ‘Arrive at’

Using ‘Arrive in’ and ‘Arrive at’ Arrive in; a city, country, big areas. Arrive at; buildings, fixed locations. Wrong; I arrived to Ireland last week. Right; I arrived in Ireland last week. Follow the list for other examples;

Idioms Related To Food

Idioms Related To Food egg someone on, full of beans, gravy train,, a couch potato, piece of cake, one smart cookie, handed to someone on a silver platter and etc… Follow the list for idioms and meanings;

Some Common Verbs Collocations

Some Common Verbs Collocations Have, do, make, take, break, catch with collocations. Follow the list for collocations in english;

Idioms Related To Colour

Idioms Related To Colour To be in the red, to see red, to be yellow, have the blues, in the dark, red tape and etc… Follow the list for other idioms and meanings;

Using PLAY, DO and GO

Using PLAY, DO and GO Play; is used with ball sports or competitive games we play against another person. Do; is used for a recreational activity… Go; is used with activities that end in “ing”… Follow the list for examples and expressions;

Detailed Homophone Word List

Detailed Homophone Word List be-bee, break-brake, capitol-capital, die-dye, here-hear, bury-berry, deer-dear and etc… Follow the list;