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.
This blog post explains how you can learn English words in different group of words and not simply as single separate word. Collocations help you remember the words properly and for a long term.
So, try this technique and learn faster.
This blog post explains vocabulary in daily life by giving simple examples and I think this kind of posts are going to be very useful when you’re learning new vocabulary. If you’re new and preparing for any exam, this is the way to learn new words or phrases.
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This blog post explains three basic vocabulary which may be confusing sometimes. Candidates make silly mistakes. So, I always suggest you to make notes of these words in your notebook and review them regularly.
Which word should you use?
teach or learn
borrow or lend
personnel or personal
I hope you will enjoy this post.
This post explains some of the differences between American English spellings and British English spellings. Students sometimes get confused about which spelling is correct and which is not if they do not know that there are two spellings for certain English words. This post helps them understand some of the common differences.
This post emphasizes the importance of spellings. Sometimes, students lose unnecessary points merely because of incorrect spellings in Listening and Reading. A point or two may be vry crucial when you’re right close to your required band score because even a point can change your band score by 0.5. More importantly, you may lose your opportunity for a better career and may have to resist the test. So, this post simply provides you some of the commonly misspelled spellings and common errors in those spellings.