Here is the list of commonly used English phrasal verbs.
Dictation: Is it Effective in English Learning?
In what ways is dictation helpful for your English skills? In what ways is it not? Find out in this post.
Why do native speakers say, “like” a lot? The word “like” has many meanings in English. Find them out in this post.
Hindsight is 2020: Meaning
Learn the meaning of “hindsight is 2020” and similar phrases.
Mind Your Own Business: Meaning
Learn the meaning of “mind your own business” and similar phrases.
British Pronunciation: Quick Tips to Make You Sound British Instantly
Do you like the British accent? Here are quick tips to start sounding like British.
How to Think in English and Stop Translating
Do you want to be able to think in English? Try these three methods to start thinking in English.
Job Expressions in English
In this post, you’ll learn job expressions in English.
English at the Airport
Here is a list of essential English words you should know at the airport.
How to Continue a Conversation in English
Learn these English phrases to keep the conversation going.
English Expressions for Microsoft Word and Excel
Here are the essential function names in English on Microsoft Word and Excel you should know.
Tongue Twisters in English・Improve Your Pronunciation
A tongue twister is a group of words that are difficult to say quickly. Here’s a list of tongue twisters in English.
Woman vs Women: Irregular Plurals in English
Is it “woman” or “women”? Learn about the irregular plurals in English.
How to Improve English at Home Alone
Learning English alone? Here are the top tips to help improve your English speaking skills.
Idioms about Animals
Here’s a list of idioms about animals. These idioms are used to describe people’s personalities!
No More “Nice to Meet You” – How to Introduce Yourself in English
There are many ways to introduce yourself in English other than “Nice to meet you.” Find out in this post.
Recommended Novels for English Learners
Here are three classical English novels that are great for English learners.
COVID English Expressions
Here are common English expressions related to the COVID-19 virus.
You are vs You’re
“Your” and “you’re” are something that even native speakers mix up quite frequently. Find out how to use them properly in English.
How to Answer the Job Interview Question “Tell me about yourself”
One question which is nearly always asked in job interviews is “Tell me about yourself.” We’ll look at how to answer this question. There are a right way and the wrong way.
Does your English accent matter?
As a non-native speaker, should you try to change your English accent? Find out reasons why you should and shouldn’t change your accent.
Do you want to improve your accent? Be careful who you take advice from
If you want to improve your accent, don’t just ask any English teacher for help. Here’s what you should know about changing your pronunciation and accent.
Why Do You Sound ‘Choppy’ when Speaking in English?
Avoid sounding like a robot. Find out why you sound “choppy” when speaking in English.
3 Ways to Avoid Using “I think” in English
Are you saying “I think” all the time? Learn different ways to say “I think” in English!