Using idioms is cool, isn’t it? Don’t think so? Let our guest blogger, Monica Morgan from HQessays.com, convince you otherwise. 🙂
Idioms are an essential part of any language, and English is not an exception. In this post, written by our friends over at Lingoda, we learn 12 common English idioms frequently used by native speakers.
False friends are a tricky business between Spanish and English, but they can also be hilarious. Check out the funniest false friends thanks to a new guest post by The English Hall.
Improving your English pronunciation doesn’t have to be boring. Check out this great post on how to improve your English pronunciation using Netflix! Cool, right? Thanks to Sabrina, from Speak-English-Live.com. 🙂
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! 🙂
Today’s guest blogger, from Lesson Plans Digger, will talk to us about 5 simple but effective steps to learning phrasal verbs effectively. 🙂
Anna Ferrario (Free English Materials For You) is here to outline some tips for students and teachers to help them learn/teach new vocabulary items. 🙂