Category: Culture

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7 ways to learn vocabulary in the 21st century

Vocabulary is famously difficult to learn. Many boring hours have been spent by language students in the past practising lists of words. Perhaps they learned, and perhaps they didn’t. But, surely, today, there must...

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Do you know these common English expressions?

English is absolutely full of funny little phrases. Some are easy to understand, and some are more difficult. The best way to learn expressions is by reading and listening as much as possible. But...

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Quick English Preposition Test for Spanish speakers

Last week we looked at some of the most common mistakes that Spanish speakers make when using prepositions. But which ones do you still have to practise? Find out by taking this quick test....

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Do you know 20 of the most important phrasal verbs?

Following from last week’s ultimate introduction to phrasal verbs, today we have a quick test. In how many of these sentences can you choose the right phrasal verb? Read the sentences and fill the...

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The Ultimate 5-Minute Introduction to Phrasal Verbs.

At some point, all English learners will come across phrasal verbs. Although it is totally possible to get by without them, all native English speakers use them on a daily basis.  They are often...

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How can Social Media help my English?

Oh the irony! As I try to write this article, I am distracted by social media! Whether we like it or not – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and others, are here to stay. There are...

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Talk to your Teacher

All classes are different. Some are quiet, some are loud. Some are passive, some are active. Some teach something new, and some improve your current knowledge. There is no correct way to teach or...

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Another Microhabit : Reading Horoscopes

During the last few weeks, we have talked about some small habits that can help you to improve your English without much effort. We have looked at time-blocking, setting mini-goals, and how to teach...

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Valentine’s Special: Phrases with ‘Love’ and ‘Heart’

The 14th February is Saint Valentine’s Day. A day on which many parts of the world celebrate romantic love. Although St. Valentine, who lived in the 3rd Century AD, didn’t have any connection to...

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