18 ways to say “thank you”

We need to say "thank you" so many times a day. Let's learn how to say it in more than one or two ways. Thank you/ Thanks/ Thank you very much/ Thanks a lot Thanks a ton/a bunch/a million. I am (really/very/so) grateful. Thank you, I (really) appreciate it. Cheers! You shouldn't have... Many thanks. … Continue reading 18 ways to say “thank you”

Meanings of the Verb ‘Ask’

Ask is a very common verb in English and as such it has several meanings

Other ways to say “however”

Don't you agree that "however" is a bit overused word? Well, here are some adequate alternatives: After all All the same Albeit Alternatively Although Anyhow At any rate Be that as it may But By way of contrast Conversely Despite that Even so For all that In contrast In whatever way Having said that In … Continue reading Other ways to say “however”

Expressions with “change”

Big / significant / considerable / revolutionary / drastic / important / major, radical change Mobile phones have undergone a revolutionary change in the past decade. Complete / systematic / minor / long-term / short-term / sudden / gradual / seasonal change Gradual changes will bring more stability to the company. Climate change The effects … Continue reading Expressions with “change”

Latin Abbreviations in English

I'm sure most of you are familiar with Latin abbreviations use in English. There are many of them but I’ll try to explain most frequently used ones. e.g. (exampli gratia) We use “e.g.” for giving specific examples. Ex:  I feel like eating something sweet, e.g. ice cream. i.e. (id est) This abbreviation is used to … Continue reading Latin Abbreviations in English

Phrasal Verbs with ‘Go’

Here are several mostly used phrasal verbs starting with the verb ‘go’. GO BY – pass. She was sitting and watching the people go by. GO BACK – return. I’m going back in two weeks. GO OFF – no longer fresh. The strawberries have gone off. GO DOWN – go to a lower position. He … Continue reading Phrasal Verbs with ‘Go’

Vocabulary: Words related to WORK

In this post, we are going to focus on vocabulary related to work in English so that you can get a greater knowledge of this specific vocabulary. Below are some words that you may come across when searching for a job or on the job altogether with example sentences: WORKFORCE, n. - all the people … Continue reading Vocabulary: Words related to WORK

TIME expressions

A while back / a while ago About time After a while Ahead of time All along / all the while All day long At all times At that point / moment At times / sometimes At the same time At the worst possible time Every now and then / from time to time Every … Continue reading TIME expressions