Monthly Archive:: October 2015
Phrasal Verbs, Meanings and Example Sentences – A & B Phrasal Verbs: A act up (no object): misbehave (for people); not work properly (for machines). “The babysitter had a difficult time. The children acted up all evening.” “I guess I’d better take my car to the garage. It’s been acting up lately.”
Verbs Related to The Eyes – see –> I can see the sun. – watch –> The teacher likes to watch the children play. – wink –> When someone wink they close one eye.
Other Ways to Say ‘Good Luck’ – Best of Luck! – Wishing you all the best! – Wishing you lot’s of luck! – Cross my fingers!
English Commonly Confused Words and Explanations classic – classical a classic performance (great, memorable) – classical music (e.g. Bach, Mozart)
Uses of ‘Would Rather’, ‘Prefer’ and ‘Had better’ Would rather; is use to say that one person would prefer another or others to something. Prefer; In contrast to ‘would rather’ prefers refer to general preference, not current ones. Prefer is followed by a verb in the -ing form and ‘to’. Had better; is used to
Detailed Preposition List and Expression A preposition is a word or phrase that describes a relationship between its object and another word or group of words in a sentences. A preposition gives information such as direction, time, and place. Examples; about, across, after, against, along, among, apart from, around and etc…
10 Ways to Avoid Answering a Questions – English Dialogue 1- No comment. 2- I’m not at liberty to say. (= I don’t have permission to give the information)
Personalization vs. Differentiation vs. Individualization Chart Personalization – The learner… drives their learning. connects learning with interests, talents, passions, and aspirations. etc… Differentiation – The Teacher … provides instruction to groups of learner. adjusts learnings needs for groups of learners. Individualization – The Teacher … provides instruction to an individual learner. accommodates learning needs for
Some English Homophone Word List A homophone is a word that sounds the same as another word or words, but has a different meaning and spelling. Example; be-bee, break-brake, capitol-capital, die-dye, feet-feat ann etc. Please follow the detailed list below;
Uses of Whenever English Learn Site – How we use whenever? Follow the list for example sentences about whenever;