Madam, Mrs. or Miss? Your Guide to Addressing People in English

addressing people

“Excuse me, ma’am.” “Nice to meet you, sir.” “Hey, buddy!”

Wait, back up. There are so many ways of addressing people in English. But what’s the right way?

When should you use a formal term and when can you use …

Learn the Difference Between “Make” and “Do”: A Stress-free Guide for English Learners

Difference between make and do

You’ve studied your English verb conjugation.

You’ve got a great grasp of vocabulary and your accent is perfect.

You’re talking to native speakers and understanding every single word.

In short, you’re feeling great.

And then, out of nowhere, two …

He Said, She Said: Mastering English Reported Speech (Direct and Indirect)

reported speech english

Do you like to tell stories?

Do you enjoy gossiping about which celebrities are dating each other?

Do you chat with your friends about your other friends?

Or do you just enjoy reading books and magazines?

If you said

A+ for Effort: 44 Daily Use English Sentences in School


I vividly remember my first day at school.

I’m sure you do, too!

I remember feeling scared, shy and tongue-tied (unable to speak). I wanted to make new friends and fit in, but I wasn’t sure what to say.

Plus, …

Countable and Uncountable Nouns: The Differences, Tips, Resources and More!

countable and uncountable nouns

Raise your hand if you think English grammar is confusing!

We can never count the total number of stars in the sky.

Yet stars is a “countable” noun.

But we can be fairly certain about the amount of milk …

Look, See, Watch: 3 Tricky English Verbs to Keep Your Eyes On

look see watch

It’s time for a quick story.

This is a story about a family of three words: Mr. Look, Mrs. See and Ms. Watch.

You’ll definitely meet these three characters if you’re an English learner.

But you should know that they …

At One with Nature: The Top 160+ Nature Words in English

nature words

Have you ever dreamed about having a big garden filled with fruits, vegetables and flowers?

To grow your own garden, you’ll need to plant some seeds, regularly add water and take care of the little sprouts (baby plants) as they …