It’s Adventure Time! 40+ Camping Words You Need to Know

camping words

Do you like being outdoors?

Would you like to fall asleep in the grass, looking up at the stars?

How about a walk in the woods, playing hide-and-seek among the trees, with your friends?

If all of this sounds exciting …

Quick Access to Hundreds of Effective English Vocabulary Quizzes for All Levels and Likes

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Pop quiz!

Oh no!

Remember, when your teacher would spring (give without notice) a surprise quiz on your class, and you would immediately (right away) go into panic mode?

Well, do not worry, these are not those types of anxiety-causing …

English Feelings: Your Complete Guide to Expressing Your Emotions

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“How are you feeling today?”

“I am good, thanks!”

“No, how are you, really?”

“I am….”

At times, both native English speakers and language learners can find it difficult to answer such a simple question—how are you really

Began or Begun: Your One-stop Guide to These Tricky English Words

began or begun

Reading the correct train times when heading to a job interview.

Double-checking that box of hair dye to make sure it won’t turn your hair green.

Understanding the small differences between words like began and begun

These are the …

English Wh- Questions: The Beginner’s Guide to Asking and Answering

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Questions are a useful part of all languages.

Asking questions helps you figure out where the train station is, what you’re ordering from a restaurant or what time you’re meeting a friend.

In English, one specific type of question …

How to Say You’re Welcome: 16 Ways to Say It & 4 Ways to Use It

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There’s a common expression in English that says variety is the spice of life.”

It means in order for things to be interesting, they need to be new, different and constantly changing.

But variety is also the spice of …

Two Sides of the Coin: Agreeing and Disagreeing in English Conversations

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“And I will, but you won’t

And I do, but, but you don’t

We won’t budge either way

But we like it, we like it”

These lines from Katy Perry’s song “Agree to Disagree” show that just because you disagree …