Extreme Adjectives in English with 9 Comics

Extreme Adjectives in English with 9 Comics

You’re about to learn 34 extreme adjectives in English. For more adjectives, check out 72 Appearance Adjectives You Need to Describe People in English. Sometimes normal adjectives aren’t strong enough […]

27 Words for Facial Expressions in English

27 Words for Facial Expressions in English

You’re about to learn 27 words for facial expressions in English. You might also like 60 Negative Emotion Adjectives to Describe Negative Feelings. Facial expressions can tell us how other […]

9 Useful Phrasal Verbs with BE

9 Useful Phrasal Verbs with BE

You’re about to learn some useful phrasal verbs with ‘be.’ Also check out 5 Surprisingly Common Phrasal Verbs That Most Learners Don’t Know. Some of the most common phrasal verbs […]

43 Must-Know Phrases with Keep

43 Must-Know Phrases with Keep

Here’s Kevin Keep: Kevin represents the word “keep” in English (obviously). All you need to know about Kevin is that he hates change. He likes things how they are; he […]

29 Must-Know Binomials in English

29 Must-Know Binomials in English

Would you like this lesson on binomials in English as a PDF? Click here to get it. “Black and white,” “rock n’ roll,” “salt and pepper.” You know these types […]

42 Crazy Australian English Words and Phrases

42 Crazy Australian English Words and Phrases

You’re about to learn 42 Australian English words and phrases to make you sound like a real Aussie. As you may have noticed from last week’s post about Australian signs, […]

Numbers in English: The Ultimate Guide

Numbers in English: The Ultimate Guide

This is the ultimate guide to numbers in English. Also check out Maths Vocabulary in English: Do You Know the Basics? Saying numbers in English can be tricky. In fact, […]

“Ashamed” or “Embarrassed”: Which One Should I Use?

Ashamed or Embarrassed: Which One Should I Use?

Today, we’re going to get clear about the difference between ashamed or embarrassed. While you’re here, check out these 17 Free English Lessons: Best of Clark and Miller 2017. Should […]

25 Phrasal Verbs and When Not to Use Them

25 Phrasal Verbs and When Not to Use Them

Today, you’re going to learn 25 phrasal verbs and their “normal” equivalents. For more English vocabulary, check out 59 Positive Personality Adjectives to Describe Your Favourite Friends. Here’s a piece of […]

25 Common English Euphemisms to Deal With Delicate Situations in English

25 Common English Euphemisms

Today, you’re going to learn 25 common euphemism phrases in English. While you’re here, check out 28 Phrases to Feel Comfortable in English Conversations. Euphemisms are words (or phrases) we […]

Do You Know These 8 Very British Idioms?

Do You Know These 8 Very British Idioms?

You’re about to learn 8 British idioms. Also check out 5 Common British English Words. So you can express yourself beautifully in English (partly thanks to our big tenses review, […]

Problem Issue and Trouble

Issue, Trouble and Problem

Finally, a common point of confusion. The main differences “Problem” is the general word. “Issue” is more diplomatic and less negative. “Trouble” is uncountable.   The details Problem “Problem” is […]

Fate and Destiny

Fate and Destiny

The main difference “Destiny” is usually positive and out of your control. “Fate” is usually negative and is less spiritual.   The details Destiny Destiny is a big word. When […]

Aim for / Aim at

Aim for / Aim at

The main difference Look at these wonderful people doing odd (strange) things: Who’s saying “aim for”? Who’s saying “aim at”? “Aim for” is trying to get yourself somewhere. “Aim at” […]

Fix Repair and Mend

Fix, Repair and Mend

“Fix,” “repair” and “mend” have very similar meanings, but there is a difference in how we use them and what we use them for. The main difference Take a look […]

The criminal's journey

Crime Vocabulary (Part 1)

Here’s a fascinating infographic to increase your crime vocabulary in English and use English grammar naturally in conversation… with CRIME! This is the first part of our three-part crime vocabulary […]