Author Archive | Lucy Brooks

The Complete Guide to Creating an English Study Plan You’ll Actually Want to Follow


What do a delicious cake and a Beyoncé concert have in common?

They both start with a good plan.

Planning makes things go right—from simple cake recipes to complicated dance routines. Plans help us prepare for problems and stay on

Small but Mighty: The 30 Most Common English Words You Need to Form Any Sentence


They may be small, but do not underestimate them.

English words do not need to be long and complicated to cause confusion.

Is it to? Or two? Or maybe too?

Wear will I find the answer? …

4 Efficient Tricks to Improve Your English Communication


Learning English is like a delicious slice of cake.

When you first see it, it looks amazing.

It is covered in frosting that looks very tasty. Its sweet smell fills the room, making your mouth water.

But as time …

Wonderful Red Chair or Red Wonderful Chair? How to Put English Adjectives in Order


Imagine a world without order.

Even the simplest activities would fail disastrously.

Take getting dressed.

You can’t put on your shoes before your socks, your tie before your shirt or your pants before your underwear.

Well… you could, but …

Top 7 Sites That Teach Real English Conversation


English learners live in two completely separate worlds.

One could be called the “Study World.” Time can feel painfully slow here. There’s usually a specific (and unexciting) goal, like getting to the next chapter or passing a test.

In “Study …

The 4 Best Virtual Reality Apps for English Learners of Tomorrow


You walk into a coffee shop and your senses come alive!

You see fresh hot coffee dripping through the brewer. You smell the delicious aromas wafting to your nose. You hear the buzz of conversation and the inviting atmosphere relaxes …

Supercharge Your Writing with 4 Advanced English Grammar Skills


In English, there is one well-known saying that holds incredible power.

One simple sentence that gives a sense of potential and opens up endless possibilities for all:

“The pen is mightier than the sword.”

This saying means that writing and …