Have you ever wondered how to make the most of your learning? When it comes to learning a foreign language, the best you can do is constantly learn new vocabulary.
In today’s lesson, you will be able to learn 10 compound adjectives starting with “well”. They consist of the word “well”, a hyphen, and a past participle adjective.
Modal verbs are an unavoidable part of English grammar. We use them to express modality – ability, likelihood, advice, order, suggestion, capacity, permission, request, and obligation.
In today’s lesson, we will look at some modal verbs in the past. As a rule, they express our present feelings about our past actions.
Correlative conjunctions are sets of paired conjunctions that are always used together in a sentence. For example either…or…, both…and…, etc. They join two words or phrases, and even clauses. Look at these examples:
Pamela was so strong that she could carry all her shopping home by herself.
We were in two minds: whether to eat at home or go to a restaurant.
Learning synonyms can improve your communication and writing a great deal. Most people rely on the words they know to express themselves, but considering there are over a million words in English, there definitely must be a better option to describe what you meant.
The best way to boost your vocabulary and writing is to learn synonyms. Today, we will be learning 10 different ways to say “boring”
Mistaken words: efficient and effective
Many English students have difficulties making difference between effective and efficient. In some strange way, they seem to mean the same thing, or at least similar.
Let’s explain them.
Both efficient and effective are adjectives.
As you already know, Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone back in the 19th century. Ever since it has developed quite a lot (all together with the phraseology related to it), and today we can hardly imagine our lives without them. In today’s lesson, you will find very useful telephone collocations and natural expressions connected to telephones and telephoning. Let’s look at them