Learn These 10 English Idioms About Age While You’re Still a Spring Chicken!

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I know what you’re thinking: A spring chicken? What is he talking about!?

As an English native, I’ve been learning idioms since I was knee-high to a grasshopper!

A knee-high grasshopper, what!?

But for non-English speakers, idioms can be …

This or That? The Ultimate Guide to English Demonstrative Pronouns

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Riddle me this: I am anything you point at, but I cannot reveal my name.

What am I?

Here you have a hint:

I change with the numbers, but gender does not affect me.

Not there yet? Here is your …

Look into the Future: The Complete Guide to the Future Simple in English

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Hello, dear English learner.

I’m looking into my crystal ball, and I can see your future.

Oh, yes. The images are becoming clearer.

I see you watching entertaining American movies in English and listening to some very cool English pop

Learning the English Present Continuous Tense? Your One-stop Guide to Nailing It

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What are you doing right now?

Are you reading? Are you eating? Are you drinking coffee?

No, I know what you’re doing—you’re studying your English tenses!

If you answered my first question, though, there’s a good chance that you …

English Future Continuous Tense: What It Is and How to Use It

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Take a moment to imagine what you’ll be doing tomorrow afternoon.

It’s even better if you have plans (but you don’t need to). You can make a prediction about what you’ll be doing, too.

Do you have something in mind?…

Simply Present: The Complete Guide to the Present Simple Tense in English

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“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift: that’s why we call it the present.”

This play on words was written by cartoonist Bil Keane, and it’s meant to make us grateful to be alive.

Whether …

The 8 Types of English Nouns You Need to Know, with Lots of Examples

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What do dogs, a lake, sunglasses, Mount Kilimanjaro and a banana all have in common?

Not sure?

They’re all examples of nouns.

If you didn’t recognize these words as nouns right away, don’t worry. In this post, we’re going to