Why are the smallest words in English so difficult to master? Even native speakers get very confused with the English pronouns I, me, myself, and my! Why do we have so many different words to describe the same person? Each word is a different part of speech and has a different role to play in […]
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Listen to a story about a car accident I had many years ago! You’ll also learn how how to say the modal verb phrases “should have” and “should not have” in fast, natural spoken English.
“How can I improve my English writing skills?” This is one of the most popular questions I get from English learners. What is writing? It’s putting the right words, in the the right order, with the right spelling and punctuation. Writing is so important. It’s how you communicate your thoughts and ideas for someone to […]
Listen to a story about my first job! You’ll also learn how how to say the phrase “a lot of.”
Rain is a fact of life! We can’t fight it. English speakers talk about the weather a lot! It’s a common topic of small talk*. You will have a lot of short English conversations about the weather in an English-speaking country! (*Small talk is an informal, polite but friendly conversation about something that is ordinary […]