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.
In today’s lesson, we will be discussing expressions related to habits. Let’s define the word habit first. What is a habit? It is a pattern of behaviour that you do on a regular basis; like taking a walk in the evening, eating your soup cold, exercising, etc. We all have habits. Let’s learn how to talk about them. Here are 10 essential expressions related to habits that will make your English much more interesting and smart.
How many times have you complained about your food or drinks in a restaurant, a hotel, maybe even a travel agency or at work? I’m sure you know how to complain in your native language. But, do you know how to complain in English? In case you’re not quite sure, Here are some useful and effective ways to complain in English.
Collocations are words that naturally go together. It is very important to understand which words collocate if you want to sound natural and be well-understood in a foreign language. Here are some useful collocations with “move” which can help you on your English learning journey