Piece of Cake! 20 Everyday English Idioms from the World of Food

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Would you like a pizza without any toppings?

No meat, no onions, no cheese!

How do you think it would taste?

Not very good, I’m sure.

What if we topped it with chicken, pepperoni, corn, mushrooms, bell peppers and mozzarella?…

5 Blockbuster Movie Script Sites for Learning English

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Don’t you just love to sit back, grab some popcorn and read a good movie?

Wait, what?

Aren’t we supposed to watch movies…?

Well, normally, yes. But with movie scripts—which provide all the dialogue from a movie—you can …

Learning English Rhythm: Follow the Bouncing Ball to Fluency

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Want to improve your pronunciation?

Then put down that textbook and learn to feel the rhythm of English!

Many English learners focus on improving their vocabulary and grammar without thinking much about rhythm—even though this is just as important …

8 English Word Stress Rules to Promote Clear Communication

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When you speak English, do you say the words evenly or do you sing them?

You should be singing!

No, I’m not talking about karaoke.

What I mean is that your intonation and pitch should fluctuate (go up and …

6 Low-stress, Confidence-building Ways to Get Comfortable with English

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I used to be one of those language learners who was too shy to speak around other people.

When I first started learning Korean, I never practiced with my Korean friends. I was afraid that I was going to …

Laugh and Think at the Same Time with These 17 Funny and Smart Stories in English

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Quick, think of your favorite joke in your native language.

Did you laugh?

Now translate it into English (yes, you can use a translation app).

Do you think another person will still find it funny?

Probably not.

Humor is …

Learn English with 11 Funny and Amazing Short Movies

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We all love movies, but we don’t always have enough time to watch them!

After all, they’re typically an hour and a half long.

That’s a lot of time!

You might have other important things to do.

Or maybe …