Get Wordy! The Top 8 English Vocabulary Android Apps


It feels like hitting a brick wall.

You’re halfway through a sentence in English.

All of a sudden, you realize you need a specific word.

You know what you want to say. But you have no idea how to say …

These English Vocabulary Lists and Lessons Will Teach You 1000+ New Words


Some sources say there are 600,000 English words.


Worried that you will never be able to learn all the words you need to communicate in English?

Do not worry.

Learning English vocabulary does not have to involve

13+ Top English Language Tools to Customize Your Learning Experience


As a kid, I loved playing trading card games.

You know—games like “Yu-Gi-Oh!,” “Magic: The Gathering” and “Pokémon.”

My friends and I battled one another using monsters and powerful spells. In these games, we always started out with a basic …

How to Learn English as a Beginner: 5 Tools That Fit Easily into Everyday Life


No excuses!

There is always time to begin learning English.

Okay, okay, we get it.

The thought of learning English can seem overwhelming.

Where do you begin? How do you find time in your crazy schedule?

Well, do not …

Subscribe to These Newsletters to Learn English Without Even Trying!


Let me tell you a little story about how a newsletter taught me to write.

I’ve always loved making up, writing and telling stories.

One day, while surfing the internet, I came across a “creative writing” email newsletter. In a …

Got a Discord Account? Here’s How to Transform It into Your Favorite English Learning Tool

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You don’t just think outside of the box.

You think like there is no box! 

You know that an iron can also be used to grill a sandwich. You can think of at least 30 uses for a copper hanger. …

How to Learn English by Translation (And Then Stop When It’s Time)


Should you learn English by translation?

Or should you try to think in English—and English only?

The answer is not completely simple.

Of course it would be ideal if you could instantly put your brain in “English mode,” like …