These 25 phrasal verbs have more than one meanings. How many of the definitions do you know?
We use a ton of idiomatic expressions for talking about communication. Here are 40+ you should know.
Here are 17 specific things you should be doing to take your English vocabulary to the next level.
It’s hard to be polite and diplomatic in your second language. To help you, here are eight techniques and 50+ expressions you can use.
Nobody’s English is perfect, including yours. Are you making these 25 English mistakes that even advanced learners are guilty of?
We use a ton of idioms for talking about criminal justice. Here are 40 of them you’ll probably hear at some point. How many do you know?
Even if you’ve studied English for years, chances are you struggle with prepositions. How many of these common mistakes do you make?
We use a variety of idioms to talk about family. Here are 22 of them you need to know.
Make sure you’re not misusing these common words.
Euphemisms are indirect expressions we use instead of directly naming something unpleasant. Here are over 100 polite euphemisms you should know.
You may be unaware that some common terms actually have negative connotations. Be careful with these three words.
It’s always good to know some polite expressions for handling everyday situations. Here are four nice ways to say that you don’t like something.
Make sure you know that these 17 nouns are not countable in English (even if they might be countable in your native language).
How many of these idioms, nouns, and adjectives do you know for talking about positive people?
It’s hard to know what to say when you’re asking for something big. Here are five expressions you can use when you need to ask for a big favor or special request.
Do you know the difference between used to + base form, to be used to + noun/gerund, and to get used to + noun/gerund?