Monthly Archive:: August 2016

Adjectives Followed By “Of”

Adjectives Followed By “Of” Ashamed of, proug of, aware of, full of, guilty of, capable of, terrified of, afraid of and etc… Follow the list for visual expression

Vocabulary – Geometric Shapes

Vocabulary – Geometric Shapes Point, segment, ray, line, angle, polygon, circle, oval, triangle and etc. Follow the picture for learning;

Words to Use Instead of Very

Words to Use Instead of Very This post include using adjectives with instead of very. Follow the list;

Using Pardon and Excuse Me in English

Using Pardon and Excuse Me in English This post include using, differences between pardon and excuse me. How can I sorry in different way? Please follow the list;

Color Psychology – What is your favorite color?

Color Psychology – What is your favorite color? Every color represent many emotions. For examples; red – excitement, love; blue – trust, peace; follow the list please;

Easy Way to Learn English Vocabulary

Easy Way to Learn English Vocabulary Noun, Verb, Adjective, Adverb. Examples; beauty (Noun), beautify (verb), beautiful (adjective), beautifully (adverb). Follow the list for much more examples;

Adjectives Ending With -ed and -ing

Adjectives Ending With -ed and -ing Verbs with  -ed, -ing and Noun types. Examples; You …….. me! You amaze me, I’m amazed, How amazing, What amazement. Please follow the list;

Communication Chart – Vocabulary

Communication Chart – Vocabulary Letters, telephone, satellite, mobile phone, answering machine, telephone,radio,cable, telegraphy and etc…

Articles in English – Detailed Expression

Articles in English – Detailed Expression A/an; Used for objects that are not specific, or one of a number. The; Used for specific object, or objects that both the speaker and listener know. No article; Used when we talk about non-specific things in plural. For much more follow the list;

30 Frequently Used English Idioms

30 Frequently Used English Idioms This post include 30 frequently used english idioms.  A piece of cake – something is very easy, When pigs fly – something that will never happen, See eye to eye – agreeing with someone, Break a leg – good luck, Can’t stand (something) – to dislike something, Don’t sweat it – don’t worry about it, Driving