“to pick up”The phrasal verb “to pick up” has several meanings and uses in English, depending on the context. Here are some of its common meanings with examples:1. **To lift or raise something from a surface:**– She picked up the
“to make out”The phrasal verb “to make out” has several different meanings and uses, depending on the context. Here are some of the common uses of this phrasal verb with examples:1. **To Kiss Passionately**:– *They were making out in the
Hey, guys! I have a quick and helpful English speaking tip to share with you. It’s about using the passive voice. Does it sound too unnecessary or scary? Well, believe it or not, this is super practical when we want to
When to use Tell, Say, Speak, Talk These four verbs have a similar meaning, they are just used in different contexts. In general, tell and say are used when conveying specific information. Both can be used interchangeably by changing the sentence structure. There
Speak Spanish? As a native Spanish speaker, I understand what’s it’s like having to translate in your head before speaking in English. Speech may be lost in translation if you don’t transition from translating to thinking like an English speaker.
How can you speak English faster and more natural? You’ve probably heard English native speakers using contractions and connected speech with modal verbs like “woulda”, “coulda”, and “shoulda”. Taking words and kind of smashing them together is really common,
AN INTRODUCTION TO YOUR VS YOU’RE Let’s talk about YOUR and YOU’RE! The words “your” and “you’re” are a great example of confusing homophones because although the rules are straightforward, even native English speakers frequently mix up this pair of
What is the passive voice? In English, sometimes we want to say the same thing in different ways. You may have heard that using the passive voice is not a good idea. However, the passive voice lets us change our
Hi there! How has everyone been doing? It’s another beautiful day to answer one of the questions we received from last week’s Tuesday Q&A! We’ll discuss the Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous tenses today. We’ll talk about their differences
Third Conditional – The Difference Between Would, Would Have and Would Have Had Have you ever wanted to use “would,” “would have,” and “would have had,” in English conversation, but weren’t sure how to use them? This English lesson teaches
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