Tag: vocabulary

English Vocabulary and Idioms

1000 Most Common Words in English

Building your vocabulary with some of the most common words used in the English language is a great start for your journey in learning this beautiful language. Not only do these common words expand the English terminology that you know,

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25 HACKS EVERY LAZY LANGUAGE LEARNER SHOULD KNOW

We have an AMAZING lesson for you this week, Naturals! The beauty of studying a language is that there’s always something new you can learn! Who doesn’t want to learn a language faster, better, more easily, with more fluency, and

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English Speaking

⚽ WORLD CUP VOCABULARY ⚽

Are you ready to brush up on your soccer vocabulary in English? World Cup fans and soccer newbies alike will enjoy this awesome vocabulary list! One of the most exciting sports championships is almost upon us, and we want to

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English Speaking

How to Use Intensifiers

Have you ever wondered how you could describe and share your opinions more clearly? A great way to do so is by using intensifiers! What are Intensifiers? Intensifiers are one important tool in your vocabulary toolbox that should not be

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What is the Difference Between May and Might ?

So, What is the Difference Between May and Might? So what is the difference between May and Might? Both words are modal verbs — and native speakers usually think these words have the same, or similar, meaning. While one of them

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English Speaking

8 Ways To Speak With A North American Accent

Are you learning English and want to speak with a North American accent? In the video below your Teacher Gabby provides 8 great tips for learning how to sound like a North American English speaker. Syllables Every word with two

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English Speaking

Never Say This to Your English Teacher

OK, we understand. Never Say This while Learning English can be fun, it can also be a challenge for most people. There’s a lot to learn and remember, and there’s a lot to practice, but having an English teacher is

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