Monthly Archive:: July 2017

Collocations, Idioms and Phrasal Verbs

Collocations, Idioms and Phrasal Verbs Collocations; An expression consisting of two or more words that correspond to some conventional way of saying things. Idioms; A set expression of two or more words that means something other than the literal meanings of its individual words. Phrasal verbs; The combination of a verb + a particle (preposition

Adverbs of Frequency – Detailed Expression

Adverbs of Frequency – Detailed Expression Always, usually, often, sometimes, rarely, hardly ever, never.  Adverbs of frequency answer th question How often or How frequently? Follow the detailed expressions;

Prepositions of Place and Time – Detailed Expression

Prepositions of Place and Time – Detailed Expression Prepositions of place; in, on, below, above / over, near, far, behind, in front of, onto, off, into, out of, around, among, between, opposite and etc… Follow the list for detailed expressions;

How To Write An Essay

How To Write An Essay Structure of an essay (introduction, body, conclusion), what will I write about? Who will read my essay? Why am I writing this essay? and etc… Folow the List (Galleries) for detailed expressions;

Ways to Say “She is Pregnant”

Ways to Say “She is Pregnant” She is expecting a baby, she’s preggers., she’s up the duff, she’s knocked up and etc… Follow the list;

Phrasal Verbs With INTO, DOWN, OUT

Phrasal Verbs With INTO, DOWN, OUT act out, speak out, lash out, come out, come into, go into, bump into, knock down, sit down, set down and etc… Follow the list for phrasal verb list;

Capital Letters

Capital Letters Names of people and pets, the sight word I, names of places, names of holidays, days of week, months of the year and etc… Follow the list for detailed expressions;

100 Ways to Say I LOVE YOU

100 Ways to Say I LOVE YOU I adore you, I’m affectionate for you, I’m attached to you, I’m passionate about you, you fill my heart and etc… Follow the other sentences and words about other ways to say I love you;

Other Ways to Say BAD

Other Ways to Say BAD Substandard, poor, inferior, second-rate, second-class, inadequate, unacceptable, faulty, shoddy, crummy, bum, deficient, lousy, defective, careless and etc… Follow the list for synonyms of Bad in english;

Using Little, A little, Few, A few

Using Little, A little, Few, A few Follow the list for using and differences between little, a little, few and a few. ;