A determiner is a word; such as the, my, a, this, some, enough, much each, any; that clarifies the noun that follows it. Indefinite articles In English, “A, An, and The” are called indefinite articles. Although these words seem small and harmless, they are incredibly important to the grammatical structure of a sentence in English….
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Have you ever been in a business meeting and found yourself lost in jargon? Feel left behind from not knowing what seems to be a common idiom? How do you sweeten a deal? What does it mean to stand your ground? It can be incredibly important to learn the idioms of a language to have a…
Do you like to spend time in the kitchen? Do you enjoy discovering new recipes and preparing them? However, you are reading a new recipe in which something needs to be done with food, and you are not sure what, because you do not understand all those verbs? So we decided to help you, and…
I keep a fairly extensive list of words I hear my students always seem to mispronounce. In this video, I go over these words with you and show you how to correctly say them. All the words are high-frequency English words that we actually use. Enjoy!
30 idioms about engagements, weddings, marriages, and spouses along with plenty of examples of the idioms in use.
Do you have difficulty with in and on? If so, here are over 100 in and on collocations to help you, along with example sentences and two practice exercises.
11 essential idioms for talking about confusion.
Here are 40 + essential idioms for negotiations that will come in handy the next time you need to make a deal with someone.
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).