Monthly Archive:: October 2015
10 Reason “Why English is Weird” 1) The bandage was wound around the wound. 2) The farm was used to produce produce.
English Idioms Commonly Used In Daily Language Common Idioms, meanings and examples; A blessing in disguise, actions speak louder than words, a piece of cake, break a leg, can’t stand, check out that, close but no cigar and etc… Please follow the list;
English Speaking – At the Doctor’s What are your symptoms?, I‘ve got a temperature / sore throat headache / rash., I’ve been feeling sick., I‘ve been having headaches. , I’m very congested., My joints are aching., I‘ve got diarrhoea. and etc. Please follow the list;
English Classroom Language – How Do We Speak English in Classrom? Good morning, good afternoon, open your book / workbooks on page…, What does … mean our language?, Can I help you?, Have you all finished?, Be quite please and etc…
English Most Detailed Color List – Vocabulary Study Most detailed list – Color List (English Vocabulary Study);
Uses and Differences – ‘For’, ‘During’, ‘While’ For Usage; We use for + a period of time to say how long something goes on.
English Conversations on the Phone – Examples It is common that English speakers make phone calls either for business reasons or personal affairs. These are expressions you can use in your conversations on the phone.
Uses of ‘Mr.’, ‘Mrs.’, ‘Miss.’ and ‘Ms.’ Mr.; usually used with a man’s last name. Mrs.; usually used with a woman’s last name. Miss.; usually used with a woman’s last name. Ms.; usually with a a woman’s last name.
List of Common and Useful Linking Words What are linking words? Linking words are words that join clauses into sentences.
Contrast Vocabulary Study Contrast means; to compare in order to show unlikeness or differences; note the opposite natures, purposes, etc., of.