10 Weather Idioms in British English

10 Weather Idioms in British English

I’m here to brighten up your day with this enlightening English lesson. You might not have the foggiest about about of the phrases I’m going to teach you today but together we can throw caution to the wind and weather the storm. If you don’t have time right to...
Hard English Words: Meanings and how to pronounce

Hard English Words: Meanings and how to pronounce

Hard English Words There’s one surefire way to sound smart and that’s to rattle off some rare, complicated and hard words to pronounce.  Of course, that only works if you get the pronunciation of hard words correct.   In this blog, we’ll cover some...
25 Phrasal Verbs Natives Use Daily

25 Phrasal Verbs Natives Use Daily

Phrasal Verb meaning Phrasal verbs are such an important part of learning the English language that you should consider them less as an element of grammar and more as a chunk of must have vocabulary. Typically, a phrasal verb will contain either a verb + adverb or...
Figure Of Speech: oxymoron, simile & hyperbole

Figure Of Speech: oxymoron, simile & hyperbole

It’s just a figure of speech… Figures of speech make language more appealing, help to create vivid images in the listener’s mind. It’s much more expressive.  In this blog I’ll cover how to use a Simile, Metaphor, Hyperhole or Oxymoron to create a...
How to ask for help in English

How to ask for help in English

Asking for help is one of the most useful and important parts of practical language.  In this blog we’ll look at how to ask for help in English. The definition of ‘help’. HELP (verb) to make it possible / easier for someone to do something by...
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