Here are 28+ commonly used expressions with "change" you might use to make your English sound more natural. I'm sure you'll like some of them as well as use them frequently.
It’s a holiday season. Whether you’re spending your holiday in a fancy hotel or just want to take your girl-friend to a restaurant for a meal, here is some useful vocabulary to help you out: Could we see the menu/drinks menu, please? Could we have a bottle of sparkling/still mineral water, please? The bread … Continue reading Restaurant Collocations
If we want to speak a foreign language properly, we need to learn the words that ‘collocate’ (go together) to sound natural. Here are some commonly used collocations about physical appearance:
An eating disorder – People who suffer from eating disorder eat too little or too much. Ex: I’m afraid my daughter’s developed an eating disorder. She’s lost 5 kilos in a month. A balancing act – refers to a situation when someone has to accomplish many tasks at the same time. Ex: It is quite … Continue reading Collocations with -ING form