Category Archives: English Vocabulary
This section helps you learn some of the vocabulary through the use of interactive videos or through a fun reading. I will try to make lessons in these section more engaging so that you learn vocabulary and grammar sub-consciously. I am also planning to add regular review exercises that may help you acquire new English vocabulary easily.
In this article, I am posting some of the features of a good dictionary. Why you should still go back to the old traditional way to build your vocabulary. What are the points you should consider while choosing your dictionary.
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In this blog post, you will find 12 most commonly confused words. Many IELTS candidates make mistakes with these words either in terms of spelling or their usage. So, I’m taking this opportunity to show you what mistakes you could make.
This blog post explains how you can speak on the topic of books. In this blog post, I simply comment on my habits of reading and by doing so, I teach some useful collocation and phrases that native speakers would use.
Learn and practise them in you daily English conversation.
This post explains how you can expand your talk with the help of deeper explanation. Instead of simply listing adjectives, make a habit of expanding and explaining every adjective with a short sentence. Learn this art in this particular blog post.
6 Useful Phrasal verbs with “Bring” I think infographics are one of the best ways to learn English language. Today, I’m posting a wonderful infographic from GrammarNet. In this post, I’m giving you 6 very useful phrasal verbs that you may use in everyday English conversation. Remember, you need to use idiomatic expressions in IELTS speaking and no doubt phrasal verbs are very much idiomatic because of their totally different meaning when used with a preposition. So, learn and practise them in your daily conversation. [Infographic provided by Grammar.net] So, here are six common phrasal verbs with bring. bring to: to come to a place with somebody/something Johny brought her …