TOEFL vs IELTS

What is the IELTS? IELTS is an abbreviation for International English Language Testing System. The test is available in two formats: ‘IELTS Academic’, for those planning to study at a higher education level abroad; and ‘IELTS General Training’, which focuses on social skills and workplace contexts. What is the TOEFL? TOEFL is an acronym for … Continue reading TOEFL vs IELTS

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 … Continue reading Most common adjectives in English

12 most misunderstood words

Historical You think it means : historiac. It means : pertaining to the past, but not necessarily important to it or a part of it. Novel You think it means : any book. It means : a book that is a work of fiction. Less You think it means : fewer. It means : a … Continue reading 12 most misunderstood words

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 … Continue reading How to speak English fluently

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 … Continue reading Apps for language exchange

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 … Continue reading Colour idioms

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 … Continue reading Most difficult words in English with meanings

How to speak English like a native speaker : 5 easy steps

1- Watching and listening to everything in English watching everything in English is one of the most helpful things you can do in order to learn faster and develop your accent. So you should watch every program, TV-series, movie or YouTube video in English. Learning new words daily is also very helpful. 2- Speaking everything … Continue reading How to speak English like a native speaker : 5 easy steps

The differences between (need, must, have to)

1-Need Need is used for necessity. Examples : In summer we need to drink water more often. We nneed to eat in order to survive. Don't need to: Not to do something, because there is no need for it. Examples : I don't need to take my passport, ID card is accepted.YouYou don't need to … Continue reading The differences between (need, must, have to)

English Idioms you need to know in 2021

It's very important to be updated with the trends that are going on, and to understand the daily life communicative words as well, so here are a list of idioms and salngs you need to add to your dictionary this year : 1) CEO of something that you’re very good at, hence making you the … Continue reading English Idioms you need to know in 2021