Hi dear English learners! Are you moving house? Or would you like to move house to a better or nicer place, at least during the summer months? In today’s blog entry, we will be learning vocabulary and collocations related to renting. I’m sure they’ll be useful sooner or later. 😊
Hi dear English learners! Have you ever wondered whether (or if?) there is a difference between whether and if? They seem to be synonymous but are they really interchangeable? I can tell you that there are some differences in their use. Let’s find out – whether or if – what’s the difference?
Hi dear English learners! In today’s lesson, we are going to learn 45+ common verb+ noun collocations: DO-HAVE-MAKE-TAKE. Verbs do, have, make and take are very common in English and as such, they form lots of collocations. Very often, we can’t tell for sure which verb to use. Sometimes, these verbs collocate with the same nouns and the meanings of the collocations they form can be the same or different. For example, have and bath and take a bath have the same meaning, while make a bath means to prepare a bath.
Hi dear English learners. I’ve had lots of requests related to making questions in English. It seems to be a tricky grammar topic. I’m sure it can’t be that difficult, but we should definitely try to clear some things out. Basically, there are two types of questions in English – yes/no questions and wh-questions. However, things aren’t that simple because many students don’t understand wh-questions with a preposition at the end of a sentence (ex. Who are you waving at?) or reported questions, question tags, etc. which I’ll try to cover in this lesson with lots of example sentences.