29 Vegetable Names in English to Quickly Grow Your Food Vocabulary

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Did you know that there are around 20,000 types of edible (something you can eat) plants?

Before you freak out and think, how in the world am I going to master 20,000 vegetable names in English, you should know that …

Blimey! 21 British Expressions to Help You Sound Like the English

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“It was a dench time,
It was a minging time,
It was the age of swots,
It was the age of wallies,
It was the epoch…”

Okay, I will stop.

Confused?

Well, that was a British slang version (written by …

The Secret Power of the 4 English Language Skills: Speak, Write, Listen and Read Better with 19 Tips

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Do you want to hear a secret?

How about four?

Ready? Here are the four secrets to language learning:

Speaking, writing, listening and reading.

If you want to become fluent in English, you’ll need to work on all four skills:…

40 Common Prefixes in English: The Smartest Way to Improve Your Vocabulary Quickly

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Work smarter. Not harder.

Have you ever heard this English expression?

Basically, it means that hours and hours of hard work aren’t always the right way to achieve a goal.

Sometimes, it’s a better idea to think about a …

The Storyteller’s Guide to the English Preterite (Past) Tense

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“Yesterday, I went to the beach, and…”

“You loved Pokemon as a kid? I did, too!”

“I grew up in Spain. My favorite part was…”

Look at the sentences above.

They’re the beginnings of good stories. They’re the beginnings …

11 Unique English Love Dialogues (With Videos!) from Movies and TV Shows

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On my first date with my now-husband, I spilled guacamole down the front of my dress. How embarrassing!

I thought our romance was over. Luckily, he just laughed and we continued dating.

Love can look very different for different people.

What’s the Difference Between To and Too? A Too-simple Guide to Mastering These Important English Words

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Sometimes the littlest problems seem the most annoying.

Like when you have an itch you can’t scratch.

Or when you accidentally drop a pen behind your bed, and you just… can’t… reach it.

Or when you use “to” when you