Hi dear English learners! Have you paid a compliment to someone recently? If you want to find out what this expression means, keep on reading. Today, we will be learning collocations, phrasal verbs and idioms using the verb PAY. This verb usually has to do with money, but not necessarily. We can use it in collocations such as pay attention or pay a visit, which have nothing to do with money or paying. So, let’s learn 32 different ways to use the verb pay.
Hi dear English learners. Here is another lesson where you can learn different ways to say therefore. In case you are writing an essay or are involved in business correspondence quite often, you probably need to know all these words in order to make your writing more interesting, diverse and eloquent. Here are 10 words and phrases to use instead of therefore.
dear English learners. Here we are again with a new lesson. Today’s lesson is about the adverb even. We are going to learn how to use even in a sentence with lots of examples so you can learn about it in context. We normally use even to emphasize something unusual or surprising.
Hi dear English learners! Are you hungry for English vocabulary? In today’s blog post, we’ll be learning collocations, expressions, idioms and phrasal verbs using WELL. Well is an adverb meaning ‘in a good way’ and here are 31 expressions using well.
Hi dear English learners! In today’s blog entry I’d like to look at different ways to use the verb stand, such as words that collocate with it, phrasal verbs and all kinds of idiomatic expressions like idioms, sayings and proverbs.
Hi, dear English learners. I hope you are doing well. In today’s blog entry, I want to look at 10 expressions starting with the auxiliary verb “be”. Most of these phrases, as a rule, express modality and have a structure of their own. Anyway, all ten expressions are very useful, so my best advice to you is to read their definitions and check how they are used in context, and then try to incorporate them into your everyday English by all means.
Hi dear English learners. I assume that you’re visiting this post because you’re writing something and you’re interested in learning some new linking words and phrases. Well, don’t we all like to have our essays and emails beautifully written! What better way to make them really appealing but introduce a variety of words, expressions and phrases which are not only engaging but also make your writing more skilled and competent. In that sense, let’s look at 13 alternatives to the conjunction “if”.