If you want to improve your writing skills, you must use connectors. A text wouldn’t be a proper text if we didn’t use connectors appropriately. Learn how to use them here!
Have you ever wondered why English speakers don’t use “more” with all the adjectives or adverbs? And why would anyone say “fewer”? Learn all about it here, in this awesome post and make comparisons like a pro!
Votes have been cast and here are the results to last weeks Twitter polls. 🙂
Twitter polls are awesome to take quick English quizzes. So in this post you will find 5 twitter polls to help you with your use of English.
In today’s video post, I will explain to you the most basic English quantifiers that you have to know: many, much, few and little. 🙂
Conditional sentences are extremely useful grammatical structures when it comes to speculating. Read this post to learn all about zero, first, second and third conditional sentences, plus you can practise with some online exercises.
Today’s guest blogger is Lindsay, from LindsayDoesLanguages. With the aim of helping you cope with phrasal verbs, Lindsay uses GIFs to help you memorise them and have some fun while learning. Awesome! 🙂