Author Archive | Dhritiman Ray

18 Easy English Lessons for Every Beginner Language Skill


Babies usually speak their first word after their first birthday.

By the time they turn two, their vocabulary expands to about 100 words.

When they turn four, they have conversation skills that are comparable to adults!

You’ll follow …

Love a Good Story? Learn English Through 15 Exciting English Comic Books


A picture is worth a thousand words.

But do you know what’s even better?

A picture with words!

This simple idea was used to create comic books more than a 100 years ago. Today, the comic book is one of …

Learn English with Short Conversations in 15 Awesome Films


Little things are often the most useful.

Take buttons, for instance.

Napoleon may have lost a war because of them.

It is thought that while he was invading Russia, the buttons of his army’s coats may have fallen apart …

A Feast of New Films in English: Learn with 14 of the Best


Films are like feasts.

Just like a feast, a film has different parts.

But instead of different dishes, you get different scenes.

You don’t get to taste anything. But you do get to enjoy different sights and sounds.

And a …

2 Steps to Endless Beginner English Listening Practice!


The beginning is the hardest part.

Ask the famous writer Stephen King.

He threw away the first draft of his novel “Carrie.”

After his wife encouraged him to rewrite the novel, it got rejected 30 times.

But when …

Learn English with the Radio: 13 Great Shows + 4 Steps to Use Them


It’s always cool to be a little retro.

When you’re retro, you’re bringing back a fashion or trend from the past.

You’ve probably seen it before:

People are wearing clothes from the last century.

They’re buying classic cars.

They’re …

Type to Learn: 12 ESL Typing Practice Resources and Games


Do you know the difference between something “basic” and something “easy”?

When something is easy, it can be done without much effort.

Something basic, on the other hand, comes from the term “base.” A base is the bottom of something. …