Monthly Archive:: July 2015

Phrasal Verbs – Put in

Phrasal Verbs – Put in – different meanings; put in; give someone or something trust or responsibility, put in; to invest money in a business or an account, put in; to install something such as equipment in the place where it will be used, put in; to make an official request, claim, offer etc. put

Frequency Adverbs

Frequency Adverbs; always, usually, frequently, often, sometimes, occasionally, rarely, seldom, hardly ever, never

The 12 Verbs Tenses – Usage

The 12 Verbs Tenses – Usage; Simple – Past, Present, Future Continuous Past, Present, Future Perfect Past, Present, Future Perfect Continuous Past, Present, Future

Descriptive Words – “Large”, “Fast”, “Said”, “Hard”, “Happy” …

Descriptive Words;  “Large”, “Fast”, “Said”, “Hard”, “Happy”, “Kind”, “Small”, “Walk”, “Funny”, “Easy”, “Run”, “Sad”

Conversation Skills – Understand PHONE conversations in English

If you are nervous about having conversations over the phone in English, you are not alone. This is a common challenge all students face when learning a new language. In this lesson, you will learn how to politely ask the other person to speak slower and louder.

How to get a high score on Task 1 of the IELTS

Panicked about the writing section of the IELTS? Or do you work in a field that requires you to present graphs? This English lesson will teach you key vocabulary to use when describing different types of graphs, a requirement in task 1 of the IELTS writing section.

TOEFL or IELTS? Which exam should you take?

Not sure whether to take the TOEFL or the IELTS? Want to know which of these English proficiency exams is easier?;

IELTS Writing – Letters – How to Start and Finish

How to write proper openings and closings for your IELTS letter-writing assignment. There are three types of letters on the IELTS — formal, semi-formal, and informal.

TOEFL & IELTS – Short Introduction and Comparison

TOEFL & IELTS – Short Introduction and Comparison; Here’s a quick introduction to the TOEFL iBT and the IELTS. This will tell you a little bit about each exam and the differences between them.

Uses of “now and then”

Uses of “now and then”; sometimes, once in a while: