english

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;

15 Ways To Say “I Like It”

15 Ways To Say “I Like It” I love it, I adore it, It sounds great / good. It looks great / good / fantastic. and etc… Follow the list for other examples;

Formal and Informal Writing and Speaking

Formal and Informal Writing and Speaking Formal; I want a banana. Informal; I wanna banana. Formal; Do you want to dance? Informal; Wanna dance? and etc… Follow the list for other examples;

Spelling Rules

Spelling Rules in English Adding -ly, adding -s, -ible or -able, Follow the list for spelling rules in english;

Using Also, Too and As well

Using Also, Too and As well Also; more formal, commonly used in writing and etc… Too; commonly used in spoken and informal english, usually used in end position and etc… Follow the list;

15 Ways To Say “I hate it”

15 Ways To Say “I hate it” I don’t like it. I dislike it. I’m not into it. That’s not my thing. and etc… Follow the list for other expresasions;

Microsoft Word Shortcut Keys

Microsoft Word Shortcut Keys Ctrl+A, Ctrl+ B, Ctrl + H, Ctrl + M, Ctrl + N and etc… Follow the list for expressions related to shortcut keys;

Great Activities for Teaching the Simple Past

Great Activities for Teaching the Simple Past Charade series, dear dairy, accurate endings, preparations, double duty review and etc… Follow the list for expressions;

Modal Verbs – Should

Modal Verbs – Should Advice (present – past), obligation, probability/expectation(present – past). Follow the list for example sentences about modals;