Category: Learning

  • Are Facebook Hashtags Worth Using?

    Are Facebook Hashtags Worth Using?

    Hashtags can be used on nearly every major social media platform, including Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. However, they are not utilized to the same degree. The hashtag system on Facebook isn’t as powerful as Twitter’s or Instagram’s.That is why so many companies overlook them. We view hashtags on Facebook as an opportunity to exist in […]

  • Finding and Using the Trending Hashtags on TikTok

    Finding and Using the Trending Hashtags on TikTok

    We’re all familiar with the importance of hashtags on other social media platforms, but what about TikTok? This brand-new social media network has established a claim to a large segment of the social media game – but do hashtags really help you survive? Yes, is the short and sweet answer. If you’re looking for the […]

  • Figures of speech

    Figures of speech

    What is the figure of speech A figure of speech is a word or phrase that is used in a non-literal way to create an effect. This effect used in the deliberate arrangement of words to achieve something poetic, or imagery as in the use of language to suggest a visual picture or make an idea more vivid. Types […]

  • Types of sentences

    Types of sentences

    A sentence is the largest unit of any language. In English, it begins with a capital letter and ends with a full-stop, or a question mark, or an exclamation mark. The sentence is generally defined as a word or a group of words that expresses a thorough idea by giving a statement/order, or asking a question, or […]

  • Most common adjectives in English

    Most common adjectives in English

    What is an adjective? It’s a word that modifying the meaning of a noun or the pronoun . Types of adjectives : Descriptive adjectives : New, old, big, little, fast, slow… Possessive : my, his, our, your, their, her,his,hers, mine, its, theirs, ours… Quantitative : first, second, third, few, all… Interrogative: which, what, whose… Demostrative […]

  • Conjunctions

    Conjunctions

    What is a conjunction? It is a connective word that links words, phrases and clauses. Types of conjunctions : Coordinating conjunctions : (for, but, and, nor, or, yet, so) Subordinating conjunctions : (While, Where, When, Until, Unless, Though, Since, Because, Although , After, If, Even if) Correlative conjunctions : (either… Or, both… and, whether… or, […]

  • How to speak English fluently

    How to speak English fluently

    When you learn any language you need to practice speaking it beside studying it’s strucures and vocabulary, so you need daily plan to improve your fluency, so here are some important tips to speak English fluently : 1-Stop learning English as just a “textbook subject” Try to view English more as a way of life […]

  • Apps for language exchange

    Apps for language exchange

    What is the language exchange?? If you want to have an English speaker partner, and you want to teach some one your native language, so you may need to check language exchange websites like Conversation Exchange , so this way enables you to chatting, texting, or correcting mistakes with your partner. Best language exchange apps […]

  • Colour idioms

    Colour idioms

    A white lie : A ‘little’ or ‘harmless’ lie told in order to be polite and avoid hurting someone’s feelings. For example : I just wanted to get out of work so I told my boss a little white lie. White elephant : something that is of no use. For example : My dad bought a […]

  • Most difficult words in English with meanings

    Most difficult words in English with meanings

    1-Archetypal /ˌɑːkɪˈtʌɪp(ə)l/ quintessential of a certain kind Example: She is the archetypal country doctor. 2- Blandishment /ˈblandɪʃm(ə)nt/ intentional flattery for persuasion Example: The blandishments of the travel brochure. 3-Circumlocution /ˌsəːkəmləˈkjuːʃ(ə)n/ expressing someone in an indirect way Example: His admission came after years of circumlocution. 4-Demagogue /ˈdɛməɡɒɡ/ a political leader who uses rhetoric to appeal to prejudices […]