a bookworm = someone who likes to read books and reads a lot My sister is a bookworm. She reads more books than anyone I know! Learn more: Improve your English by reading children’s book series hit the books = to study, or begin studying, intensely My final exams start in 2 […]
Listen to a story about how may parents lost the keys to their house! You’ll also learn how to link consonant sounds to vowel sounds.
In English, congratulations is a form of praise when someone achieves something special or unusual, for example when someone: gets engaged gets married gets a job promotion gets a new job has a new baby passes an exam graduates from school wins an election wins a race or contest Congratulations on winning the election! Congratulations […]
Listen to a story about a party on my street that got out of control! You’ll also learn how to hear and make the reduced form of the pronoun “our.”
There are many different ways to talk about relaxing in English. However, I’ve noticed that many English learners have difficulty using the verb relax and the adjective relaxed correctly. In this lesson, you’ll learn how NOT to relax! You’ll also learn the 4 forms of relax and how to use them in a sentence. 1. […]