Archive | English Vocab and Grammar

Slow Monday? Here’s How to Order Coffee in English Like a Local

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“Can I have a large, triple-shot, sugar-free, non-fat latte, please?”

If it takes a second to make sense of that, you’re not alone.

Sometimes ordering coffee is like learning a whole other language, but it’s absolutely necessary if you’re addicted …

English Reflexive Verbs and Pronouns: A Self-study Guide

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Do you like to do things yourself?

Maybe you grow your own vegetables, cut your own hair and do your own repairs.

Maybe you are self-studying English, or learning English by yourself. But whether you have gotten this far …

Jump Into the World of English Adverbs and Improve Your Fluency Today!

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“I want to speak English fluently.”

Have you ever said that sentence? Since you’re learning English, the answer is probably “Yes.”

Fluency is the goal of most English learners. You don’t just want to be able to communicate a …

Say What You Feel: 15 Advanced English Phrases for Expressing Emotions

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It’s almost time for a summer vacation!

Are you screaming with excitement because you and your friends just planned a trip to the beach?

Are you over the moon to be getting some rest and relaxation?

Or are you just …

13 Words in English You’re Probably Misusing… and How to Fix Them!

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You think you know how to use the word “good,” right?

It was probably one of the first words you learned in English.

If you are like most people, you probably assume this is a simple, straightforward word. Easy.

But …

Learn Excellent English with Songs from the Top 100

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You already know how amazing music can be.

It can cheer you up or energize you.

It can make you feel strong emotions.

And it can make your feet want to dance on their own!

What you might not …

Speak English Naturally with 37 Common English Idioms

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Have you been dreaming of speaking English so well that it’s second nature to you?

“Second nature” means that it comes easily or naturally, so much that it feels like an instinct—something you can do without thinking.

This doesn’t have …